Michelle Rowland - Australia Post new standards

With the changing needs of consumers and small businesses, Australia Post will be introducing new performance standards to take effect from 15 April 2024. Latest figures show that four in five Australian households bought something online in 2023, with 9.5 million households receiving a parcel last year. Meanwhile, letter volumes continue toRead More →

Tim Pallas helping international students

More international students in Victoria will be supported to thrive away from home thanks to an Allan Labor Government investment. Minister for Economic Growth Tim Pallas today announced the next round of recipients under the Labor Government’s Study Melbourne Inclusion Program, with 13 projects receiving funding to support the wellbeingRead More →

Electoral Bonds DY Chandrachud - Adish Aggarwala

In an unprecedented display of belligerence by the Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud, when hearing the ongoing spillover from the Court’s judgement on Electoral Bonds on February 15, he rebuked Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) President and Senior Advocate Adish Aggarwala who had sent the CJI a letter requesting him to take suoRead More →

Michael O'Brien on weakened Bail Laws

Revelations today that 80 hardcore repeat youth offenders have been arrested more than 10 times each over the past year again demonstrates that now is not the time to be weakening bail laws. Victoria Police have confirmed that a group of around 290 young offenders are committing the majority ofRead More →