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· Victorian government scrambling to contain coronavirus outbreak in Melbourne's north west →
Those caught breaching the directions face on-the-spot fines of up to $10,000, and $100,000 for more serious and blatant breaches requiring an individual to go to court.
· Man, 22, charged over death of pedestrian and guide dog →
The man charged has been remanded to appear at the Shepparton Magistrates Court on Monday.
Hong Kong Free Press
· ‘Terrorism’ is an excuse – nothing that has happened in Hong Kong can affect China’s national security →
At least, one hopes, prosecutions will take place in Hong Kong courts where defendants will enjoy such decadent Western luxuries as bail, the presumption of innocence, a lawyer who is on their side and, in serious cases, a jury.
· Japan keeps mum on S. Korea's call to lift trade curbs as deadline looms →
Japan imposed the export curbs after South Korea's Supreme Court ordered Japanese firms to compensate Koreans forced into hard labor when Korea was a Japanese colony from 1910-45.
· All Centrelink debts raised using income averaging unlawful, Christian Porter concedes →
It also noted that the Gordon Legal class action had not identified them as a target for court action.
· KL police chief: Almost 1,000 nabbed for drink-driving last year →
Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim said some of them had been charged in court and there were cases still under investigation.
· US Open tennis plan for August still in the works →
One such detail is the USTA wants to add locker rooms - including at indoor courts that housed hundreds of temporary hospital beds at the height of New York's coronavirus outbreak - and improve air filtration in existing spaces.
· 'Not free yet': Palfreeman fears re-arrest in Bulgaria, seeks new trial →
The interior ministry said on Friday that the travel ban would be lifted, a day after the highest appeals court dismissed a request by the ex-chief prosecutor to review the parole.
· Protest or dangerous subversion: what China’s proposed national security laws mean for Hong Kong →
Hong Kong’s courts have a good track record on protecting human rights, says Gitting, “and it’s not going to be easy for them to suddenly sweep all that away.
· Queensland man facing attempted murder charge →
The accused man will appear at Proserpine Magistrates Court on Monday.