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SAS witness may be forced to talk ‘murder’

A new SAS witness may be compelled by the Federal Court to speak about an alleged murder in Afghanistan Ben Roberts-Smith is accused of ordering.

CFMMEU campaign targeting Newcastle crane companies cops $2m in penalties

The Federal Court has penalised the CFMMEU and two of its officials $554,600 after finding they targeted Newcastle crane company Wheeler Cranes because it did not have an enterprise agreement with the union.

Claydon welcomes new judges to Newcastle Registry

Local MP Sharon Claydon has welcomed the appointment of two Federal Court judges to the Newcastle circuit but claimed it was “long overdue”.

Claydon critical of Federal Court’s Port ruling

MP Sharon Claydon has joined the growing chorus of displeasure, following the Federal Court’s ruling to prevent Port of Newcastle from building a shipping container terminal in the Hunter.

Shipping container terminal still in Port’s sights

Port of Newcastle’s intention to develop a shipping container terminal in the Hunter hasn’t changed, despite the Federal Court’s recent ruling.

Crakanthorp, Catley upset with Port of Newcastle court ruling

Hunter’s Labor politicians are calling on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to appeal the Federal Court’s decision to deny the Port of Newcastle from developing a shipping container terminal.
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