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KC wearing his Court robes as King's Counsel (previously Queen's Counsel) at the Bar of England and Wales. For Court, he wears a short wig, and bands instead of lace at the collar, but he retains the silk gown and Court tailcoat worn on ceremonial occasions. Queen's Counsel ( postnominal QC ), known as King's Counsel ( postnominal KC ) during the reign of a male sovereign , are lawyers appointed by letters patent to be one of "Her [or His] Majesty's Counsel learned in the law". Membership exists in various Commonwealth countries around the world and it is a status , conferred by the Crown , ...
Parking fines set to triple? | Bundaberg News | Local News in ...
New South Wales travellers Marnie Thomas and Keith Barlow are not too worried about the low cost of a parking ticket in Bundaberg. DRIVERS be warned — those cheap $10 parking fines Bundaberg enjoys are likely to be consigned to the history books within months. Parking fines will almost certainly go up when the council reviews its local laws later this year — and if fines in neighbouring cities are anything to go by, they could triple in cost. The parking ticket local law has not changed in 30 years, and Bundaberg Regional Council believes current penalties form little deterrent for persistent problem parkers. Last ... market research, surveys and trends
Perth, Australia - Accused WWII Criminal Wins Bid Against ...
Perth, Australia - An alleged Nazi collaborator wanted in Hungary in the torture and killing of a Jewish teenager in 1944 won an appeal Friday against extradition from his adopted country of Australia. Charles Zentai, 88, is suspected by the Hungarian government of being one of three men who brutalized and killed a Jewish teenager in Budapest in 1944 for failing to wear a star identifying him as a Jew. Zentai, who migrated to Australia in 1950 and later became a citizen, says he is innocent and was not even in Budapest at the time. Hungary issued a warrant for his arrest in 2005, and after a long legal process Australian Home ... market research, surveys and trends


Law Council of Australia Regional, Rural and Remote Survey ...
The Law Council of Australia today released the results of a national survey of lawyers working in regional, rural and remote areas across the nation. The Law Council, which is the peak representative body of the Australian legal profession covering some 56,000 lawyers, conducted the survey in association with its constituent bodies, including the Queensland Law Society. The survey results from Queensland indicate that almost half – 49 percent – of the law firms in regional, rural and remote areas of the state believe that they do not have enough lawyers to service their current client base. And more than a third (42 percent) ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Hospitals May Face Severe Disruption From Swine Flu (Update1 ...
Aug. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Swine flu may hospitalize 1.8 million patients in the U.S. this year, filling intensive care units to capacity and causing “severe disruptions” during a fall resurgence, scientific advisers to the White House warned. Swine flu, also known as H1N1, may infect as much as half of the population and kill 30,000 to 90,000 people, double the deaths caused by the typical seasonal flu, according to the planning scenario issued yesterday by the President’s Council of Advisers on Science and Technology . Intensive care units in hospitals, some of which use 80 percent of their space in normal operation, may need ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Flu Vaccines, pharma fraud, quack science, the CDC and WHO -- all exposed by ...
It may be the most shocking (and important) public health article published in the last two years. If you read just one health article this entire month, make it this one. The article is remarkable not just for its timeliness on the issue of mandatory vaccinations and public health policy, but also for its damning evidence that exposes the fraud and quackery of the vaccine industry (as well as the corruption at the CDC and WHO). As you'll read below, flu vaccines remain a mainstay modern medicine only because they provide a reliable source of profits for the pharmaceutical industry which now virtually dictates public health ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Environment group sues FDA over BPA
To order reprints or to receive permission to post this article on your Web site, contact the YGS group at 717-505-9701, ext 125, or . Information about reprint options . By Mike Verespej | PLASTICS NEWS STAFF WASHINGTON (June 30, 12:25 p.m. ET) -- The Natural Resources Defense Council has filed a lawsuit in an attempt to force the Food and Drug Administration to ban the use of bisphenol A in food packaging, food containers, and other materials likely to come into contact with food. NRDC filed the lawsuit June 29 in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, because FDA has not acted on the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Unfortunately "good news" and "encouragement' rarely sell newspapers or make ... The profession, through your national body, the Law Council of Australia, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Embassy of the United States - News
Partisan U.S. politics looks doomed for failure. Or is it? ANU students, professors, visiting Fulbright scholars and a Embassy official squared off in an open debate about the future of the U.S. political system.  Ambassador Bleich joined with Dr. Miriam Baltuck and David Thompson at the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex to dedicate a plaque marking the historic significance of three Australian tracking stations near Canberra to space exploration.  Governor General Bryce and Ambassador Bleich were joined by political and military representatives of both nations to lay wreaths in honor of those who lost their ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Australia Legal Resources & – WashLaw Web
Australia law resource page with links to the Australia constitution, Australia government, Australia law firms, Australia law, Australia law schools, Australia banking law, Australia women's legal group, Australia president, Australia prime minister, Australia court, Australia legislature, and Australia law guide. Australian Government Home Page Australian Law on the Net From the National Library of Australia. Australian, State, Territory, & Local Governments " is an Australian whole-of-government single point of access (portal). In its current release, the site provides links to the ten entry points for ...
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Why did Israel confiscate the video footage that tv news crews ...
On the board the ships there were camera crews from a number of tv channels who filmed the attack and in turn had their cameras confiscated by the Israelis. Why doesn't Israel hand over that footage? What is Israel hiding? It is truly unbelievable that Italy and the Netherlands voted against a UN investigation. But there will be an investigation, only three States voted against an investigation. Shame on them. 1 month ago most importantly, why did they provide a film of what happened during the attack, while they don't have a video of what happened before they attack, there was provocation actions that is been ...
Google Answers: Irene Rutherford McLeod
Lily99 -- There doesn't appear to be an easy answer to your question and I wanted to update you on what's been tried. Irene Rutherford McLeod,an Australian-born poet, who wrote 'Songs to Save a Soul' (1915) and 'Before Dawn' (1918); her poem 'Lone Dog' has been republished in many anthologies. In 1949, she published a short story entitled 'Snow' under her married name -- Irene de Selincourt. She married Aubrey de Selincourt (1894-1962) and had a pair of daughters; they two spent most of their married life in England -- he being a writer and ...