Flicking the Switch: Electric Vehicles offer new Opportunities

Recently there has been a lot of discussion in the media regarding Australia's use of Electric Vehicles (EVs), particularly in the lead up to the last election. Some have even suggested that the development of EVs could support a ...

Read More →

Jim Harrowell accompanies Governor of NSW on Mission to China

Hunt & Hunt Managing Partner Jim Harrowell AM accompanied Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AO QC, Governor of New South Wales, as part of the delegation on a Vice Regal Mission to the People's Republic of China. ...

Read More →

Daniel Murray Selected as an Australia China Business Council NSW Young Professional Ambassador

Hunt & Hunt Senior Associate Daniel Murray has been selected as an Australia China Business Council NSW Young Professional Ambassador for 2019-20. The Young Professional Ambassadors program is a year-long program designed to ...

Read More →

Lending the homeless a helping hand

It's estimated 49,200 people will sleep rough on the street across Australia this year, and the number is increasing. The Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) was launched in 1982 with just four staff. Over the following year...

Read More →

Social and climate change impacts considered in rejecting development consent for new coal mine: The Rocky Hill case

On 8 February 2019 Chief Justice Preston of the Land and Environment Court handed down his judgement in Gloucester Resources Limited v Minister for Planning [2019] NSWLEC 7. The case involved the refusal of development consent ...

Read More →

Contamination Investigations – the Requirements for Your Next DA

Consent authorities are becoming increasingly reluctant to grant development consent subject to a condition that investigations into the nature and extent of contamination can be carried out after, instead of before, the granting ...

Read More →
1 2 3 6