What Prince can teach us about wills and estates

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The end of April marked five years since pop superstar Prince died suddenly at his Paisley Park home in Minnesota. Prince left behind an estate comprising largely of intellectual property and music rights worth an estimated US$150-$300 million.

However, he died without a will so his estate still hasn’t

Your quick guide to Victoria’s planning legislation

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No matter your age, job or background, Victoria’s planning legislation has a big impact on your life. That’s because it governs the built and natural environment around us.

Councils use the legislation to develop planning schemes that affect how land can be used and developed within your local area. These

Improving the justice system for sexual assault survivors

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Many victim survivors of sexual assault say they found giving evidence at trial a harrowing and re-traumatising experience. The Victorian Law Reform Commission is currently conducting an inquiry into ways to improve the responses of the justice system to sexual offences.  

Federal Court rejects challenge to India travel ban. And rugby's no fault standdown rule [Updated audio]

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The Federal Court dismissed a challenge to the Morrison government’s ban on Australian citizens returning from India. Justice Thawley ruled that the government was acting within its powers under the Biosecurity Act 2015. And should professional sports people be able to continue playing when facing serious criminal charges?

Federal Court rejects challenge to India travel ban. And rugby's no fault standdown rule

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The Federal Court dismissed a challenge to the Morrison government’s ban on Australian citizens returning from India. Justice Thawley ruled that the government was acting within its powers under the Biosecurity Act 2015. And should professional sports people be able to continue playing when facing serious criminal charges?

Federal Court rejects challenge to India travel ban. And rugby's no fault standdown rule

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ABC Radio

The Federal Court dismissed a challenge to the Morrison government’s ban on Australian citizens returning from India. Justice Thawley ruled that the government was acting within its powers under the Biosecurity Act 2015. And should professional sports people be able to continue playing when facing serious criminal charges?

Drug driving truckies and outraging public decency

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Mohinda Singh, the truck driver responsible for the deaths of four Victorian police officers has been sentenced to a non parole period of 18 years. Richard Pusey, who callously filmed the tragedy has also been sentenced to 10 months jail after pleading guilty to a number of offences including