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Planning on wearing hot pink hot pants on your backpacking trip to Australia? Think again. Take note of these 10 strange and bizarre Australian laws that still exist today - although the likelihood of you being arrested for breaking any of them is very unlikely! If you have any suggestions for lists you'd like to see, don't forget to leave a comment below. I hope you all enjoy it :) Don't forget to 'like' this video and/or 'Subscribe' Follow me here: facebook.com/shadowlegionofficial twitter.com/Shadow_Legion_1 Don't forget to visit these for daily updates, and 'share' this video on Facebook
The law governs our lives from the day we are born to the day we die. So where do our laws come from? This video explains how parliaments make law, explaining the process of a Bill to an Act, how legislation changes over time, why the Commonwealth makes some laws and the states others, and delegated legislation such as regulations. This video is produced by the Legal Information Access Centre (LIAC), State Library of NSW with assistance from the Law and Justice Foundation of NSW. For more information about the law in NSW and Australia, see our website: www.legalanswers.sl.nsw.gov.au
Have you been booked lately? Do you want to fight it … maybe even get off? Every time you drive a car, a heavy burden descends on you. It does not increase your fuel consumption. You can’t feel it. Most people never even think about it. It’s certainly not a ‘front of mind’ issue. It’s the law. A raft of legislation descends on you. And you’ve heard about the carrot and the stick, right? Well, the law is all about the stick - at least in my view. And it’s so damn easy to make a mistake, or to have a cascade of unlucky events that culminate in a huge fine, a long holiday for your driver’s licence, or - if someone dies and you’re found to be driving dangerously - a custodial sentence. How confronting: I went down the road to pick up some milk, and now I’m sharing a cell with Bubba. It ha...
This is our first shenanigans video, providing a broad overview of Law in Australia. We explain the difference between criminal and civil law, discuss the concept of jurisdiction and provide a brief summary of the NSW Court hierarchy. It's twice as long as our regular videos because it covers so much area. Feel free to scrub ahead to the human pyramid. While we are careful with our content, the legal advice in this video might not suit your particular circumstances. A good idea is to go to www.wildelegal.com.au and send us an email if you have any questions. Not all the speakers in our shenanigans video series are lawyers, however the script and all content is written by Wilde Legal lawyers. Enjoy! Music: Run The Red Light Written by Drummond/Melia/O'Gorman/Wilson (Mushroom Musi...
LEGAL HOTLINE: 1300 636 846, 7am to Midnight, 7 days Get a Good Lawyer. Fast. https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/national-employment-law/ As an employee in Australia, you are protected by national employment law at federal and/or the state/territory levels. If you are facing an issue at work, it is useful to know about the national employment laws as they set out the minimal requirements for the vast majority of workplaces in Australia. The Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) is the most important employment law in Australia. It establishes the Fair Work System, which has the 10 minimum National Employment Standards. The Standards outline the maximum number of working hours your employer can require you to work, flexible working arrangements, parental leave and other entitlements, and annual le...
Sharia Law is not compatible with any other system of government or law. Other religions can assimilate within Australian culture but Islam cannot primarily because of its archaic legalistic framework called "sharia". Sharia is the core of the Islamic religion. It cannot be separated. To live as a Muslim is to live under the negative and perceived positives of Sharia, there is no "picking and choosing" of the best bits.
All videos about Australia http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ikaustralia Australians talking about Australia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgqRSJPJDZc Today I'm giving you ten interesting facts about Australia, its land and population. Some of them are unusual while others are funny. Enjoy the video! Become friends with Channel about Australia - Facebook - http://facebook.com/igorstayer Instagram - http://instagram.com/ikaustralia VK - http://vk.com/ikaustralia "Griphop" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... ISRC: USUAN1100413 © 2008 Kevin MacLeod
I get this question asked a lot! Here are some more answers (in addition to what is on my blog ...http://www.ramihay.com/why-australia). ------------ FOLLOW ME! Instagram: ramind_her Website: www.ramihay.com CONTACT ME! email@example.com MUSIC: Sound Effects: SoundEffectsArchive (channel) Song: Karl Wolf- Africa
LEGAL HOTLINE: 1300 636 846, 7am to Midnight, 7 days Get a Good Lawyer. Fast. https://www.gotocourt.com.au/ The federal Privacy Act 1988 is designed to promote the protection of individuals’ privacy in Australia by imposing obligations on those who collect and handle personal information to manage it responsibly and transparently. It does so by reference to a number of principles known as the Australian Privacy Principles. These principles are similar to those found in other jurisdictions such as Canada and Europe. Initially the Privacy Act only applied to Commonwealth government agencies and departments, but now it also applies to the private sector. If your business is a medium to large organisation that collects, handles, or stores personal information, then there is a good chance...
Australia's Legal System, part of the What's the law? kit, is a photo-story that provides legal information about the legal system in Australia for people new to Australia. For more information, see the Legal system section of the Victoria Legal Aid website at http://www.legalaid.vic.gov.au/legalsystem.htm.
Michael Milnes has extensive legal and commercial experience, practising both as in-house counsel and at leading law firms in Australia, the UK and France. Michael has experience of advising at a strategic and operational level, across a wide range of commercial legal practice, including major contracts, competition and consumer law issues, marketing law, technology, IP and brand protection. Michael is also currently completing a Masters of Business Administration. For more information on Practical Law Australia, visit http://bit.ly/2oLgQHl
Abriginal Bush Law - 1 of 2 - My Country Australia - BBC Culture Documentary, recorded 10.04.2010 & The Forgotten Generation - BBC News America Is Bush Law the answer? "Despite the countless government initiatives and billions of dollars invested in attempting to reduce it, crime in the Northern Territory Aboriginal population is at an all-time high. This is because there are two legal systems. One of them is 40,000 years old. The other is 200 years old and has been imposed without consultation or respect. Whilst only mainstream Australian law is legally recognised, the simple truth is that Aboriginal people living in remote Australia pay more attention to Aboriginal law.'' : Film-maker and lawyer Danielle Loy talks to Dave Richards from Alice Online about her film Bush Law." See...
Australian Citizenship - Our Common Bond has information you need to prepare for the citizenship test. Watch the DVD and then practice with the test questions at http://www.citizenship.gov.au/learn/cit_test/practice/ For more information, visit http://www.citizenship.gov.au or call the citizenship information line on 131 880.
Video courtesy of Sky News A-PAC (Australia's Public Affairs Channel). How has Australia moved from a humanitarian approach to asylum seekers – and is there a way back? How is public opinion influenced by the actions and attitudes of politicians and the media? What impact can international law and the legal profession have? On 2 November 2017 UNSW Law hosted the second Look Who’s Talking event for 2017 which presented a fascinating discussion with: Historian and Asylum By Boat author Dr Claire Higgins; Guardian Australia journalist Ben Doherty; Scholar, barrister and Kaldor Centre Acting Director Prof. Guy S Goodwin-Gill; and Wotton + Kearney Partner Heidi Nash-Smith Moderator: Dean of UNSW Law Professor George Williams AO
Claire Lehmann speaks with Calum Thwaites, a university student brought before the Australian Human Rights Commission over Facebook posts discussing an "Indigenous-only computer lab". MORE: https://www.therebel.media/australian_student_freed_of_hate_speech_charge_but_smear_of_alleged_racism_remains Subscribe to the Rebel’s YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/RebelMediaTV PLUS http://www.Facebook.com/JoinTheRebel *** http://www.Twitter.com/TheRebelTV
Director of the Andrew & Renata Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, Scientia Professor Jane McAdam, joins the Kaldors to speak about the importance of the work performed by the Centre. Subscribe to AboutUNSW if you are a current or prospective student https://www.youtube.com/user/UNSWCommunity About UNSW is the place to explore what's on offer at UNSW Sydney (the University of New South Wales), a powerhouse of cutting-edge research and teaching in the Asia-Pacific based in Sydney. For more information: www.unsw.edu.au https://www.facebook.com/unsw Twitter @unsw