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Australia: Establishing an SMSF – 7 reasons to use a corporate trustee - Holley Nethercote commercial & financial services lawyers

This article looks at the trustee requirements for SMSFs and sets out a number of reasons for preferring a corporate trustee.
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Joe Ledley moved to Australia's Newcastle Jets to avoid post-career regrets

Newport County beckoned, but Wales midfielder Joe Ledley says he moved to Australia to avoid any post-career regrets about not playing abroad.
Tags: News, Wales, Australia, Joe Ledley, Newcastle Jets, Newport County


Australia: 10 tips to keep your promotional material from being misleading or deceptive - Holley Nethercote commercial & financial services lawyers

All businesses are legally responsible for the content of the promotional material that they publish or otherwise make public.
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Holocaust denialism and far right on rise in Australia, says Frydenberg

Atrocities are committed when societies are indifferent, treasurer warned during a speech at the war memorialJosh Frydenberg has used a speech at the Australian War Memorial to warn the far right is on the rise in Australia and around the world, and to argue horrors are perpetrated when societies lapse into indifference.Following a speech earlier in the week where Australia’s top intelligence chief warned the threat of rightwing extremism in Australia was real and growing, the treasurer used rem...
Tags: Australia, Australia news, Australian politics, Australian Security And Counter-terrorism, Scott Morrison, Peter Dutton, Anthony Albanese, Far Right, Josh Frydenberg, Frydenberg


Coronavirus latest updates: stocks plunge in Australia as South Korean cases spike

Coronavirus impact on financial markets continues, as Hong Kong announces cash handouts to residents. Follow live newsTenerife coronavirus: 1,000 guests at hotel quarantinedIran’s deputy health minister: I have coronavirusTell us: have you been affected by the coronavirus?What is coronavirus and what should I do if I have symptoms? 6.21am GMT The Philippines is the latest country to impose travel bans. It has announced it will refuse entry to any traveler from the South Korean province of Gy...
Tags: South Korea, Hong Kong, Science, Australia, Iraq, World news, Medical Research, Infectious Diseases, Philippines, Middle East, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Uae, Reuters, Coronavirus outbreak, Gyeongsang Separately Reuters


Australian batsman Smith to captain Welsh team

Australia batsman Steve Smith will captain the Welsh Fire men's team in the inaugural season of The Hundred this summer.
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Japan Can’t Handle the Coronavirus. Can It Host the Olympics?

How leaders’ sense of entitlement breeds indifference and incompetence.
Tags: Cruises, Japan, News, Australia, China, Israel, United States, Xi Jinping, Epidemics, World Health Organization, Princess Cruises, Aso, Great Britain, Abe, Taro, Politics And Government


John Ottman Hosts Jeremy Renner, Michael Keaton, More at ‘Aiding Australia’ Benefit

Film editor and composer John Ottman, who won an Oscar for “Bohemian Rhapsody” in 2019, hosted members of the film, television and music communities at the “Aiding Australia” charity dinner and concert held at his West Hollywood home on Sunday evening (Feb. 23). The benefit raised funds to help in the recovery of fire-ravaged Australia, […]
Tags: News, Australia, Michael Keaton, Jeremy Renner, West Hollywood, John Ottman, JK Simmons, Jeremy Renner Michael Keaton


EIGHTH ARTIST ANNOUNCEMENT FOR BLUESFEST 2020 IS A BLUES & ROOTS BEAUTY

Just when you thought the line-up of 57 artists appearing at the 31st Bluesfest this Easter couldn’t get any better– it does! Joining an already out-of-this-world stellar line up are 12 more artists from all around the world placing a big blues & roots driven exclamation mark to this year’s programming for the 31st Byron Bay Bluesfest 2020! Just added: TROMBONE SHORTY & ORLEANS – THE BAMBOOS – THE SENSATIONS RAY BEADLE [ACOUSTIC] – HENRY WAGONS – PACEY, KING & DOLEY DANIEL CHAMPAGNE – NATHAN ...
Tags: Travel, Featured, News, Australia, Georgia, Culture, Memphis, New Orleans Jazz Festival, Festivals & Events, Neville, Byron Bay Bluesfest, Byron Bay, Bluesfest, Ellis Hall, Peter Noble OAM, Nathan Cavaleri


Malcolm Turnbull warns of 'catastrophic' future without net zero emissions goal – politics live

The former prime minister has stepped into the climate debate, with a stark warning to moderate Liberals to act. All the day’s events, live 10.14pm GMT Even though it seems like 600 days ago, it was only yesterday that Peter Dutton defined “leftwing terrorism” as Islamic terrorism, for reasons only he can explain – but won’t. from Katharine Murphy:While the debate about false equivalence played out in public, Guardian Australia has also confirmed that one of the minister’s advisers cited the...
Tags: Energy, Climate Change, Australia, Environment, Australia news, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Coalition, Australian politics, New South Wales, Australian Security And Counter-terrorism, Labor party, Liberal party, Parliament, Canberra, Scott Morrison, Malcolm Turnbull


Repurposing Drugs to Fight Cancer

While doctors are allowed to use drugs approved for one disease to treat another condition, many don’t because approval to do so doesn’t appear on the label. But that may be changing.
Tags: News, Australia, Scotland, Cancer, Food And Drug Administration, European Commission, Belgium, Immunotherapy, Clinical Trials, Preventive Medicine, Pfizer Inc, Regulation and Deregulation of Industry, London (England, Inventions and Patents, Drugs (Pharmaceuticals, Brussels (Belgium


Peshawar’s Zoroastrian cemetery vulnerable to land grab

THE boundary walls of the historic Parsi graveyard located in Peshawar Cantonment are under threat of encroachment as it has become a safe haven for drug addicts and junkyard for the people residing around it. Article by Sher Alam Shinwari | A local resident claiming anonymity told this scribe that some individuals, apparently the gunmen of land grabbers, late in the night walked up to the graveyard and began removing bricks of its boundary walls and made off along the uprooted bricks. “Accord...
Tags: News, Australia, Life, India, Canada, Pakistan, Christian, Peshawar, Islamabad, Gujarat, LAHORE, KARACHI, Quetta, Multan, Hasan, RAWALPINDI


Today in Monkey Business, Let’s Follow the Escapades of This Trio of Baboons Who Escaped

Three baboons got up to some monkey business on Tuesday much to the entertainment of Sydney residents who spotted the troop on their escapades and Twitter users who followed the action online. The baboons escape was for a very relatable reason: one was on its way to the Royal Prince Alfred (RPA) hospital for a vasectomy, while the other two were there to help him remain calm, according to The Guardian. While the surgical procedure was intended to allow the baboon to stay with his family “th...
Tags: News, Australia, Animals, Uncategorized, Viral, New South Wales, Sydney, Alfred, Ben Jenkins, Ben Fordham, NSW Police Force, Baboons, Onetime, Missenden Road, Clickmonsters, RPA Hospital


Sell Or Stay? Australia's Fire Zone Experiment

After deadly 2009 wildfires, authorities offered to buy property to encourage people to move. Few accepted. The questions raised by Australia's experience are freshly urgent after its latest fires.(Image credit: Meredith Rizzo/NPR)
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Why is an Australian academic locked up in Iran’s most notorious prison?

After being charged with espionage in 2018 and undergoing a secretive trial, Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert is serving a 10-year jail sentence in Iran. She claims the conditions she’s being held in are tantamount to torture. In this episode of Full Story, reporter Ben Doherty explains how she got there, and the complex history of Iran’s political prisonersYou can read Ben Doherty’s report on how Kylie Moore-Gilbert rejected Iran’s offer to work as a spy, and how advocates want Australia to take a toughe...
Tags: Australia, World news, Australia news, Iran, Middle East and North Africa, Ben Doherty, Kylie Moore Gilbert


Evaluating Australia's Fire-Zone Experiment

Australia's 2009 Black Saturday bush fire was catastrophic. In its aftermath, Australia tried something new to help those who couldn't bear to live where they had before. Was it a success?
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Joe Ledley: Wales international joins Australia's Newcastle Jets

Wales midfielder Joe Ledley joins Australian side Newcastle Jets on a short-term deal until the end of the A-League season in May.
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Dutton says 'leftwing lunatics' must be dealt with as Asio warns of far-right threat

The home affairs minister declares Islamic terror is leftwing extremism after being blasted by Labor for applying false equivalencePeter Dutton has declared that “leftwing terrorism” includes Islamist extremism after being blasted by Labor for applying false equivalence in the national security debate.Dutton’s intervention on Tuesday was triggered by a speech by the director general of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (Asio) Mike Burgess. On Monday night, Australia’s top intelli...
Tags: Labor, Australia, Environment, Australia news, Australian politics, Australian Security And Counter-terrorism, Peter Dutton, Far Right, Kristina Keneally, Dutton, ASIO, Mike Burgess, Extinction Rebellion, Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Asio


Sydney baboon escape: police called to Royal Prince Alfred hospital over reports of animals on loose

NSW police confirm incident next to University of Sydney in Camperdown areaPolice have confirmed they are on the scene at a major Sydney hospital after at least one baboon was sighted on the grounds.Police told Guardian Australia on Tuesday evening that they were attending “an incident of that nature” but could not confirm how many baboons were involved. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia, Animals, Australia news, New South Wales, Sydney, Alfred, University of Sydney


Australian special forces probed for alleged Afghan war crimes

Australia is investigating more than 50 alleged war crimes by the country's special forces in Afghanistan, including the killing of civilians and prisoners, the military watchdog said Tuesday. An annual report by the Inspector-General of the Australian Defence Force said 55 separate incidents were being investigated as part of a years-long probe into allegations Australian soldiers committed war crimes while serving in Afghanistan. The probe was launched in 2016 in response to what the watchdo...
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Netflix Swoops In for Global Rights to Cate Blanchett Refugee Drama ‘Stateless’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Netflix has swooped in and taken global rights outside Australia to the Cate Blanchett-starring and exec-produced refugee drama series “Stateless,” following its world premiere in Berlin this week. Australian public broadcaster ABC, which commissioned the six-part series, will air “Stateless” on March 1, with the streaming giant going out later this year. It is believed […]
Tags: News, Abc, Australia, Berlin, Global, Netflix, Festivals, Cate Blanchett, Stateless, NBCUniversal International Studios


Australia: New laws come into effect to address illegal phoenixing - McCullough Robertson

Article discusses new law that gives greater powers to detect and disrupt phoenix activity and to prosecute offenders.
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Dutton warns of ‘leftwing lunatics’ threat after Asio chief says rightwing extremism on rise – politics live

Home affairs minister vows crackdown on both sides as Kristina Keneally calls for Bettina Arndt to be stripped of Australia Day honour and major parties grapple with climate policies. All the day’s events, live from Canberra 11.28pm GMT This is pretty big, given the fight to stop this in the first place: Norwegian fossil fuel company Equinor has abandoned its plans to drill in the Great Australian Bight.That follows BHP pulling out in 2016.It says it has concluded that its exploration drilli...
Tags: Energy, Climate Change, Australia, General Motors, Australia news, Domestic Violence, Coalition, Australian politics, Australian Security And Counter-terrorism, The far right, Labor party, Liberal party, Canberra, Scott Morrison, National party, South Australia


Australia intelligence chief warns of neo-Nazi threat

Mike Burgess says "small cells" of right-wing extremists are gathering regularly to spread hate.
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Stranded lobsters and missing wedding dresses

In the city of Geraldton on Australia's western coast, a backlog of rock lobsters were recently stuck waiting in their tanks, with no market to go to. In New Jersey, a boutique has been unable to fill all its wedding dress orders. A small business owner in London can't source enough human hair extensions, wigs and weaves for its online sales.
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Stranded lobsters and missing wedding dresses: Virus is a daily reminder of China's global reach

In the city of Geraldton on Australia's western coast, a backlog of rock lobsters were recently stuck waiting in their tanks, with no market to go to. In New Jersey, a boutique has been unable to fill all its wedding dress orders. A small business owner in London can't source enough human hair extensions, wigs and weaves for its online sales.
Tags: London, News, Australia, China, New Jersey, Stories, Geraldton


Australia survive scare to beat Sri Lanka at Women's T20 World Cup

Australia survive a scare to beat Sri Lanka by five wickets and claim their first win of the Women's T20 World Cup in Perth.
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Has Australia Reached a Climate Tipping Point?

After a summer of devastating fires, we need to ask ourselves hard questions about how we live.
Tags: News, Australia, Drought, Global Warming, Fires and Firefighters, Sydney (Australia


Rightwing extremism a real and growing threat, Asio boss says

Mike Burgess reveals a foreign agent fed information back to spymasters about expatriate dissidents in Australia that led to them being harassedA foreign “sleeper” agent in Australia fed information back to spymasters about expatriate dissidents that led to them and their families being harassed, the boss of Australia’s domestic intelligence agency Asio said.Mike Burgess delivered his first annual threat assessment on Monday evening, in which he also said the threat of rightwing extremism was re...
Tags: Australia, Australia news, Australian politics, Australian Security And Counter-terrorism, Far Right, ASIO, Mike Burgess


Women's T20 World Cup: Australia v Sri Lanka - Fan takes a diving catch off Chamari Atapattu

A spectator takes a brilliant catch off a huge Chamari Atapattu six during the Women's T20 World Cup game between Australia and Sri Lanka.
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