· Manyana bushland clearing halted as protest group launches federal court challenge →
Clearing of bushland in the small New South Wales south coast town of Manyana will be halted temporarily after a community environment group trying to save the unburnt habitat began legal action in the federal court.
· Tory privatisation is at the heart of the UK's disastrous coronavirus response →
When the UK government commandeers private hospitals or the Spanish government prevents evictions by landlords, and stops water and electricity companies from cutting off destitute customers, they could be open to international legal challenge.
· AFP rules out charges against News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst after raid →
In April, the AFP commissioner, Reece Kershaw, said the police would seek legal advice on use of the material seized in the Smethurst raid and advised the matter regarding Gill was “still current”.
· Hong Kong: Why China's national anthem bill is so controversial →
Hong Kong's government says the bill reflects the city's own legal system and situation.
· Humanitarian, former beauty queen Deborah Henry urges Malaysians not to fear refugee communities →
After over a decade of working with refugees that have docked in Malaysia, Henry said that they often live in constant fear of persecution because of their troubled pasts and legal status in the country.
· VicForests breached forestry agreement with central highlands logging, court rules →
The Greens said all native forestry operations now “faced a cascade of legal challenges”.
· Trump sounds warning over Hong Kong’s future →
She said anti-government protests would continue to be allowed “if it is done in a legal way”, but she did not elaborate on what views would be considered illegal under the new law.
· Explainer: Hong Kong's China national anthem Bill aims to legislate 'respect' →
Hong Kong's government says its Bill reflects the city's own legal system and situation.
· Trump hints at action against China over Hong Kong security law →
China's parliament is expected to approve a proposed security law that would reduce Hong Kong's separate legal status on Thursday, calling into question the special economic status the territory currently enjoys under US law.
· Man gets Federal Court’s nod to proceed with challenge of Selangor’s Shariah law criminalising unnatural sex →
KUALA LUMPUR, May 27 — The Federal Court recently decided that it will proceed to hear a man’s constitutional challenge over a Selangor state law that makes it a Shariah offence to have unnatural sex, with the man’s legal challenge specifically on whether the Selangor state legislative assembly has the powers to enact this state law in the first place.