One year has passed since the Federal Court confirmed native title over more than 40,000 square kilometres of sea country in the Torres Strait region. For the first time the claim brought together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians to achieve joint native title outcomes. Traditional singing provided crucial
In November, CoreLogic’s home value index showed a 3% increase in property values in Melbourne. But as prices rise and the market becomes tighter, how can buyers be sure the price they have been told is not much lower than its likely sales price?
We’ve all heard of ‘sovereign citizens’, a term referring to people who don’t believe the law applies to them. But how much do we know about this group and its impact on the courts? This episode first aired in May 2023.
Australia’s competition regulator and consumer watchdog, the ACCC, has recommended new laws for digital platforms such as Google, Facebook and Amazon as it has identified “widespread, entrenched and systematic” consumer and competition “harms”.
The recommendation came as the ACCC released its fifth progress report on digital platforms since it began
Welcome to my last post of 2023. It is fitting that the year ends as it began – with another decision in the long-running saga of GST, gold, and the anti-avoidance provisions in Division 165 of the GST Act – HNMF and Commissioner of Taxation  AATA 4067. In the