Sydney gets its mojo back: night life post lockout laws

In 2019, the NSW Government announced a range of reforms to the State's liquor laws which included relaxing the lockout laws introduced in 2014.   What's happening to Sydney's lockout laws? The first stage of the reforms c...

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EU Succession Regulation (EU 650/2012) – Relevance for Australian Estate Planning

If you own property in a member state of the European Union or if you are a citizen of an EU member state, then you must consider the EU succession 650/2012 regulation when making your estate plan to ensure your assets are protect...

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Bushfire Recovery and How We Can Help

The principals and staff at Hunt & Hunt are deeply saddened by the bushfires that have caused massive destruction across parts of our country.  Our thoughts are with those who live and work in the devastated areas, and with t...

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Modern Award annualised salary changes will go live from March 2020

From 1 March 2020, new annualised salary clauses will be introduced into a number of modern awards.  These changes come about as part of the Fair Work Commission’s four-yearly review of the modern award regime. There will be...

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Clearing vegetation for bushfire protection

As the Australian fire seasons become longer and more intense, everyone in the community must plan and prepare as best as possible. Property owners are reminded that the majority of structures are lost to ember attack, rather than...

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Greater Focus on Good Design

The role of good design in development in NSW was considered in a decision of the Land and Environment Court earlier this year. In Zammit v Inner West Council [2019] NSWLEC 1074 Commissioner Horton discussed how Better Placed, an ...

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