Bosses face manslaughter charges for suicides under new workplace laws
Deaths that arise from mental and physical injury will be covered under new workplace manslaughter laws in Victoria.The laws will cover deaths caused by mental injuries, including trauma from bullying or other forms of abuse, sustained on the job as well as accidents and illnesses caused by unsafe workplaces.
An alleged former Bandidos outlaw motorcycle gang member has been charged with habitual consorting under Queensland's new anti -bikie legislation. Police said the man continued to consort with the people warned against , and was charged after a search warrant was conducted on a house
Alleged members of the Rebels Outlaw Motorcycle Gang have been arrested on multiple charges in Police Minister Mark Ryan said this was the first time OMCG members had been charged with habitual consorting under the new laws , brought in by the Palaszczuk government in November 2016.
The first outlaw motorcycle gangs members have been charged under Tasmania's new anti-consorting laws and are expected to face court in the coming weeks.
The two men are both members of the Bandidos, a so-called outlaw motorcycle club, based in the north-west of the state.
Each of the men had been issued anti-consorting notices under the state's new laws, which were passed in September last year.
The legislation makes it illegal for a convicted offender to consort with another convicted offender within five years of being given an official warning notice.
Darwin council votes to see cats kept on leashes
Darwin council in the Northern Territory enforced the new Cat Containment Policy in the developing suburb of Muirhead on Tuesday night. The policy was introduced by alderman Robin Knox who is hoping to extend the new laws to other suburbs within the council.'I have chosen to state new developments because I do feel it may be confusing for people who already live in other suburbs,' she told NT News. 'Initially I'm asking for it to be applied (in Muirhead), in future we can educate further suburbs.'Similar laws have been proposed by other Australian states.
An alleged former Bandidos outlaw motorcycle gang member has been charged with habitual consorting under Queensland's new anti -bikie Two offenders on the run after Melton stabbing : Former Bandidos member charged under new legislation The Gold Coast man was given stric.
Under the new revamped laws , gang members don’t need to meet up to break the consorting laws , they can be charged simply More mates. The strategy of the police was to dismantle outlaw bikies by implementing unconventional policing such as freezing bank accounts, banning paraphernalia, and
The two gang members have each allegedly been caught with criminals they've been specially told not to associate with twice.
Assistant Commissioner Jonathan Higgins said it was an important step in the fight against outlaw motorcycle gangs in Tasmania.
"We don't want them consorting together," he said.
"These are particular people who have criminal convictions, that's why they've been identified, and by consorting it gives them greater power.
"We want to split them up, we want them not to hang around together, and we don't want these clubs to be established in this state at all."
Assistant Commissioner Higgins said the laws were "significant as a tool in allowing us to really get in there to split them up".
"Once the [anti]-insignia legislation is fully enacted, that will be a further tool where they won't be able to wear their supporter colours which are used to intimidate members of the public."
Adelaide school principal charged with child sex offences
South Australian police charge the principal of an Adelaide metropolitan school with aggravated indecent assault and possessing child exploitation material. The man, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, has been charged with aggravated indecent assault and with possessin The Education Department said the charges do not relate to students and a letter has been sent to the school community."We have been advised that a metropolitan school employee has been arrested and charged with child sexual offences," the department said in a statement.
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Tasmania Police have issued 203 official warning notices to 28 individuals since the laws were passed in September last year.
Of those, 131 have been issued in the south of the state and 72 in the north-west.
Laws banning the wearing of colours or the uniform of certain clubs were also passed late last year. That list of clubs is expected have been drawn up by early next year.
Police have foreshadowed that once those laws are fully enacted they will be moving immediately enforce them.
"Outlaw motorcycle groups are not welcome in Tasmania," Assistant Commissioner Higgins said.
"The established groups are not welcome and the rides coming to Tasmania are not welcome either … we will do everything in our power to make sure we curb the behaviour and ensure that the message is that we don't want them here."
Since Tasmania's anti-bikies laws were passed, at least one new club — the Diablos, understood to be a splinter group from other more established gangs — has set up in Tasmania.
Police said there are now nine so-called OMCGs represented in Tasmania, also including the Bandidos, the Black Uhlans, the Devils Henchmen, the Iron Horseman, the Nomads, the Outlaws, the Rebels, and the Satans Riders.
The biggest in terms of membership is the Outlaws with 93 members, followed by the Rebels with 63 members.
In all, there are now more than 270 fully-patched members of outlaw bikie gangs in Tasmania, according to police intelligence.
Man charged over Sydney Park fireworks .
A man has allegedly let off a firework in an inner-Sydney park with the intent to cause a fire, prompting his arrest after members of the public intervened. A man has allegedly set off a firework which started a small inner-Sydney fire just days after catastrophic fire danger warnings in the region. The 34-year-old man before 10pm on Thursday allegedly lit the firework at Sydney Park in St Peters, causing a fire in bushland.Members of the public prevented the man from leaving the scene and extinguished the blaze before calling authorities.