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Australian Law – News

Sydney siege: Gun law debate begins in Australia

BBC News - 4 days ago
Debate about what sparked a deadly cafe siege in Sydney has now turned to Australia's guns laws. Cross bench senator David Leyonhjelm has called for Australians to be allowed to carry concealed...

Law says Burns ready for Test cricket

The West Australian - 4 hours ago
Joe Burns' coach has lauded him as gritty, not pretty, and backed the batsman to handle the extreme pressure of a shock Boxing Day Test cricket debut. Queensland coach Stuart Law says Burns is a...

Laws on foreign investment in Australian residential property may change

Mondaq News Alerts (registration) - 8 hours ago
The influence of foreign, particularly Asian, investors on residential house prices continues to be a topic of public debate across Australia. Federal parliament's Report on foreign investment in...

The Sydney siege should not be used to justify draconian new anti-terrorism laws

The Guardian - 5 days ago
No gaps in the criminal law would have allowed him to escape punishment. No new statutes would be needed to send a man who did what he did to prison – almost certainly for the rest of his life....

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