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Companies avoiding tax in Australia…

Companies avoiding tax in Australia…

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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce, one of the most prominent supporters of the Turnbull government’s proposed big business tax cut, presides over a company that hasn’t paid corporate tax for close to 10 years. Here is a list of companies avoiding tax in Australia – Name Tax paid Total income ($) Sector ADANI ABBOT POINT TERMINAL […]

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The Catholic Church in Australia is worth tens of billions of dollars…

The Catholic Church in Australia is worth tens of billions of dollars…

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The Catholic Church in Australia is worth tens of billions of dollars, making it one of the country’s biggest non-government property owners, and massively wealthier than it has claimed in evidence to major inquiries into child sexual abuse. A six-month investigation by The Sydney Morning Herald has found that the church misled the Royal Commission into Institutional […]

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Coping with accidental death or injury

Coping with accidental death or injury

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Coping with accidental death or injury Accidentally harming another human being is one of the most distressing experiences most of us can even imagine, and coping poses many challenges. Those of us who have caused accidental death or injury (CADIs) experience a wide range of emotional and cognitive difficulties. The first stage in  healing is to learn […]

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Dating and romance scams – don’t let them break your heart or wallet

Dating and romance scams – don’t let them break your heart or wallet

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Dating and romance scams – don’t let them break your heart or wallet What is Fraud? Fraud is broadly defined as an act on behalf of a person that is deceptive or deceitful in some way in that it causes them to receive a benefit that they are not entitled to.  In this way some other […]

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‘Change the Date, Mate!’

‘Change the Date, Mate!’

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‘Change the Date, Mate!’ The Debate Surrounding 26 January – Australia Day By Yavin Kumar @ Sydney Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia Day is marked in our calendar as a national public holiday, and is a day to reflect on what it means to be an Australian, to celebrate contemporary Australia, and acknowledge our nation’s history. […]

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“Nanny state”   People break the law up to 10 times a day, without realising.

“Nanny state”   People break the law up to 10 times a day, without realising.

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“Nanny state”   People break the law up to 10 times a day, without realising. A standard Australian day can turn sour, if you beep your car horn and wave hello to a neighbour. Under NSW road rules, illegal use of a “warning device”, attracts a $298 fine and three demerit points while a “limb […]

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