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Australia: Preparing for your first conference with your lawyer – a guide for clients - Carroll & O'Dea

There are notable things that you can do to assist your lawyer (and to assist yourself) to achieve a favourable outcome.
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Australia: Urban Ails: Federal Court cancels Urban Alley Brewery's trade mark after legal battle with La Sirène - McCullough Robertson

The case has implications for businesses who use, register and enforce registered trade marks with descriptive elements.
Tags: News, Australia, Federal Court, La Sirène McCullough Robertson


Australia: What are unjustified threats and the rights of a patent owner? - Spruson & Ferguson

This article explains the rights of a patent owner and the risks of threatening a third party with patent infringement.
Tags: News, Australia, Ferguson


Australia: Bail laws in New South Wales: Should they be softened or hardened? - Sydney Criminal Lawyers

There have been renewed calls for stricter bail laws and a publicly available national register of child sex offenders.
Tags: News, Australia, New South Wales, Sydney


Australia: Sacré bleu! How to interpret tariff classifications following new High Court ruling - Cooper Grace Ward

The correct tariff classification should also be consistent with the French version of the International Convention.
Tags: News, Australia, High Court, Cooper Grace Ward


Screen Australia Leads Call for Evolution of Industry Funding

Screen Australia, the country’s federal support body, says the screen entertainment industry needs to come up with new business models in response to changes in audience behavior and the disruptive impact on content financing that has come from streaming. Public support bodies must change their relationships with the industry too, Screen Australia CEO Graeme Mason […]
Tags: Asia, News, Australia, Global, Netflix, Markets & Festivals, Screen Australia, Cate Blanchett, Stan, Graeme Mason, Mystery Road


This lizard makes art that's raising money for Australia bushfire relief

A lizard named Winston is raising money for Australia bushfire relief by dipping its claws and tail into different paint colors and walking across a canvas.
Tags: Australia, Cnn, WINSTON


Dyrhaug Outlasts Pack in Sub-2-Hour Birkie; Yeaton Shatters Women’s Record

The fever unleashed: start of the men’s elite 50 k skate wave at the 46th Annual American Birkebeiner. (Photo: ©2020 American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation) Several course records were shattered on Saturday in a largely faster-than-ever 46th annual American Birkebeiner, with temperatures steadily rising from the 20s at the start into the 30s by the finish of the point to point race from Cable to Hayward, Wisconsin. Eight men broke the two-hour mark in the Birkie’s 50-kilometer skate race, half of ...
Tags: News, Minnesota, Colorado, Australia, Montana, France, Sport, Racing, Idaho, Skiing, Italy, Wisconsin, Finland, Marathons, Norway, Holmes


NORTHERN RIVERS NOT-FOR-PROFITS TO ACCESS $100K FUNDING POOL THROUGH SECOND ANNUAL INGRAINED GRANTS ROUND

From Thursday 12 March, local not-for-profits have the chance apply for part of a $100,000 funding pool to boost social and environmental regeneration in the region, thanks to the . For the second year running, the Northern Rivers Large Grants Program 2020 invites Northern Rivers social and environmental not-for-profits with DGR status to apply for a grant between $10,000 and $30,000 and to show how their projects contribute to ‘regeneration and social connection’ – this year’s theme. The Fou...
Tags: Travel, Food, Featured, News, Australia, Culture, Queensland, Victoria, East Coast, James, Foundation, Byron Bay, Northern Rivers, DGR, Stone Wood, Ingrained Foundation


Quaden Bayles, Australian boy bullied for dwarfism, leads out rugby league team

Indigenous All Stars invited nine-year-old rugby fan after seeing video of him cryingQuaden Bayles, the Australian boy who was bullied at school for dwarfism and received an outpouring of global support after a video of him sobbing went viral, has led out an Indigenous rugby league team.The nine-year-old, who is an Aboriginal Australian himself and hopes to become a professional rugby player, strode onto the pitch with the players for an exhibition match in Queensland between Australia’s Indigen...
Tags: Bullying, Australia, Sport, World news, Australia news, Disability, Queensland, New Zealand, Indigenous Australians, Rugby league, Torres Strait Islander, Maori, Bayles, Disability and sport, Quaden Bayles


Major questions for South Africa after Wanderers horror show

Australia can seal the series in Port Elizabeth and extend South Africa's painful summe
Tags: Australia, Sport, South Africa, Cricket, Port Elizabeth


How to Find a Job Teaching in Spain

Posted: 2/22/2020 | February 22nd, 2020 Teaching overseas is one of a great way to earn money while you travel, stay in one place longer, and get to deeply experience another culture. I spent years teaching in Thailand and Taiwan and they were some of the most impactful experiences of my traveling. Living in a foreign culture, trying to get by day to day, and learning to create a life for yourself is a surefire way to become a more confident you and give you a deeper understanding of yourself. ...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, London, Interviews, Australia, Boston, India, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Spain, Barcelona, Taiwan, Chicago, Austin, Thailand


Dom Sibley and Dan Lawrence make Australia A toil

The pair added an unbeaten 219 in the floodlight match at the MCG after the Lions slipped to 3 for 55
Tags: Australia, Sport, Cricket, Lions, MCG, Dan Lawrence, Dom Sibley


Don't have to be too hard on ourselves - Dale Steyn

Senior pacer not worried after big defeat to Australia, but says South Africa must learn from their mistakes
Tags: Australia, Sport, South Africa, Cricket, Dale Steyn, Don


#climatestrike vs my brain: i am struggling with pessimism and hopelessness

I started writing this post in September, after the global Climate Strike.It was exciting to see that so many people -- millions around the globe -- understand the urgency and are willing to take to the streets. I thought, This is beautiful! This is amazing! ... and This won't change anything. Both at the same time.I hate writing that. I hate feeling this way.Along with Climate Strike, there are other positive developments -- extinction rebellion, for example, and an increasing number of civil ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Activism, Australia, Environment, Canada, Socialism, Beckett, Gandhi, Laura K, David Suzuki Foundation


Fly365.com Has Closed Down

Fly365.com Has Closed Down For your information, Fly365.com is an online travel agency company that offers air tickets at the lowest price available. The company is established in 2015 and is founded in Brisbane, Queensland Australia. Source: www.Fly365.com Fly 365.com went liquidation on 21 February 2020 as listed at ASIC (Australian Securities & Investments Commission) website at http://bit.ly/38S5W6r. Credit: https://insolvencynotices.asic.gov.au/ Their off...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Australia, Malaysia, Sydney, Adelaide, Headline, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements, Others, Brisbane Australia, Brisbane Queensland Australia, Australia Tourist VISA ETA, ASIC Australian Securities Investments Commission, Adelaide Malindo Air Flights


Spotlight, Vertical Pick up Dee McLachlan’s ‘Soldier Protocol’

Australian action thriller “2099: The Soldier Protocol,” starring David Arquette, has been picked up for international sales by Los Angeles-based Spotlight Pictures. Directed by transgender woman Dee McLachlan (“The Jammed”) it will be launched for buyers at the European Film Market. Boosting the film’s sales potential is an agreement with Vertical Entertainment to release it […]
Tags: Asia, News, Australia, Global, Los Angeles, Markets & Festivals, Berlin Film Festival, David Arquette, Vertical Entertainment, 2099: The Soldier Protocol, Dee McLachlan


#climatestrike vs my brain: i am struggling with pessimism and hopelessness

I started writing this post in September, after the global Climate Strike.It was exciting to see that so many people -- millions around the globe -- understand the urgency and are willing to take to the streets. I thought, This is beautiful! This is amazing! ... and This won't change anything. Both at the same time.I hate writing that. I hate feeling this way.Along with Climate Strike, there are other positive developments -- extinction rebellion, for example, and an increasing number of civil ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Activism, Australia, Environment, Canada, Socialism, Allan, Beckett, Gandhi, David Suzuki Foundation


The world’s newest countries

Much like human beings , the lives of countries take dramatically different shapes. Some lifespans are fraught with bloodshed, revolution, and unrest while others are lucky enough to enjoy peace and long periods of stability. Also like humans, new countries are born amid great fanfare, die when they can no longer sustain themselves, and sometimes even merge with each other to form a union. Whether formed through violent revolution, triumphant political autonomy, or the dissolution of a larger ...
Tags: Travel, England, Indonesia, Australia, US, Eu, Czech Republic, Egypt, Philippines, Italy, United Nations, Serbia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, South Sudan, Un


Childlike Sex Doll Owner Arrested, Also Had “Child Abuse Material”

Australia has continued to crack down on males importing childlike sex dolls into the country as a Brisbane resident was the next to be seized by the authorities, the culprit also being in possession of “child abuse material”. The 44-year-old Terry John Dunnett had his home raided by police on January 25th, with officers finding […]
Tags: Politics, Crime, Children, Law, Australia, International, Brisbane, Pornography, Anime, Dolls, Terry John Dunnett


Report: Arts Drive Tourism In Australia

Australians took 12.3 million daytrips and 13.4 million overnight trips within Australia that included arts activities in 2018 – an increase of 14 percent and 20 percent respectively since 2014 – with increases found across visiting museums and art galleries, attending performing arts, visiting art or craft workshops or studios, attending festivals, and experiencing First Nations arts and craft. The report also flagged an increasing interest in First Nations arts tourism. – Limelight ...
Tags: Art, Australia, First Nations, Issues, 02.18.20


True or False Geography Quiz: Answers and Winners! by PW Fun & Learning

Way to go, geography buffs! That quiz took us all over the world, and you kept up with us at every turn. You deserve a round of applause! Note: We had a question about New Zealand and Australia and we meant to ask which one was farther south but the way we worded the question was, in retrospect, a bit confusing. So we threw that question out (begone!) and it won’t factor into your final score. Here are the stats, answers, and winners.   STATS 1,326 people took the quiz. 225 people aced it! The q...
Tags: Food, England, Wales, Australia, China, Africa, Spain, South Africa, United Kingdom, Morocco, New Zealand, Peru, Ecuador, Tonga, Indian Ocean, Patricia


Watch James Hetfield Cover Eddie Money At Surprise First Performance Since Rehab

In the fall, Metallica postponed a tour of Australia and New Zealand so that frontman James Hetfield could enter an addiction treatment program. Late last month, Hetfield made his first public appearance since rehab at a Q&A for his Reclaimed Rust exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum in LA. And last … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Australia, La, New Zealand, Metallica, James Hetfield, Petersen Automotive Museum, Hetfield, Eddie Money, Watch James Hetfield


‘So Many People Love You.’ People Around the World Are Rallying Around a Young Bullying Victim

Quaden Bayles was brutally bullied, but the world has his back. In a heartbreaking video shared by his mother, Yarraka Bayles, the 9-year old Australian boy cries and says he wants to kill himself after being targeted by bullies at school for his dwarfism. In the wrenching video, posted on Facebook Tuesday, as Quaden sobs and threatens self harm, his clearly heartbroken mother explains, “This is the impact that bullying has on a nine-year-old kid that just wants to go to school, get an educ...
Tags: Facebook, News, Bullying, Australia, California, Uncategorized, Williams, Queensland, Hugh Jackman, SBS, Disneyland, Oliver, Viral News, Rocco, Jon Bernthal, Alessandra


Essex bring in Moises Henriques for Vitality Blast title defence

Australia allrounder will be available for knockout stages and Finals Day if Essex qualify
Tags: Australia, Sport, Cricket, Essex, Moises Henriques


Samara Weaving Chases Daniel Radcliffe in Guns Akimbo Clip

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Samara Weaving chases Daniel Radcliffe with a bazooka in Guns Akimbo clip Saban Films has released the first official clip from their upcoming action-comedy film Guns Akimbo, featuring Daniel Radcliffe’s Miles as he barely escapes from Nix’s bazooka with the help of his ex-girlfriend Nova.  Also starring Samara Weaving, the film will have its theatrical release in selected theaters on March 5. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: Exclusive: Daniel Radcliffe ...
Tags: Video, UK, Movies, Australia, Ted, Harry Potter, Bill, Daniel Radcliffe, Nova, Nix, Radcliffe, Miles, Mark Rowley, Will Clarke, ComingSoon, Movie News


Moises Henriques: Essex sign Australia all-rounder for T20 Blast

Essex Eagles sign Australia all-rounder Moises Henriques for the defence of their T20 Blast title.
Tags: Australia, Cricket, Essex, Moises Henriques, Essex Eagles


Women's T20 World Cup highlights: Poonam Yadav claims 4-19 as India stun hosts Australia

Poonam Yadav claims 4-19 as India stun hosts Australia in the opening game of the Women's T20 World Cup in Sydney.
Tags: News, Australia, India, Poonam Yadav


How Poonam Yadav bamboozled Australia

India's legspinner bagged 4 for 19 in four overs to stun the defending champions Australia in the Women's T20 World Cup opene
Tags: Australia, India, Sport, Cricket, Poonam Yadav