Cabinet Manuals and the Crown.

The interest of the man must be connected with the constitutional rights of the place. It may be a reflection on human nature that such devices should be necessary to control the abuses of government. But what is government itself but the greatest of all reflections on human nature? If men were angels, no government Read More …

What is the Wednesbury Unreasonableness and Doctrine of Proportionality

The first principle of Australian administrative law is that judicial review of administrative action is limited to the legality of decisions, not the merits. Parliament marks out the metes and bounds of the decision-maker’s power, and within those boundaries, the decision-maker is free to reason and determine matters as he or she likes. As His Honour Read More …

European Plans for ‘Vaccine Passports’ Were in Place 20 Months Prior to the Pandemic. Coincidence?

With the world being told that so-called ‘vaccine passports’ will be required for all international travel in future, and in many countries even to enter shops, restaurants, bars, gyms, hotels, theatres, concerts and sports events, the impression we are being given is that the measure is a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic. In Europe, Read More …

Guide to securing personal information

This guide is intended for use by entities1 covered by the Privacy Act, including organisations, agencies, credit reporting bodies (CRBs), credit providers and tax file number recipients.2 However, this guide may also be relevant to organisations not subject to the Privacy Act as a model for better personal information security practice. This guide is not Read More …

CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITS ON FEDERAL LEGISLATION PRACTICALLY COMPELLING MEDICAL EMPLOYMENT: WONG v COMMONWEALTH; SELIM v PROFESSIONAL SERVICES REVIEW COMMITTEE

Kirby J used this interpretive approach to hold that the words “medical and dental services” in s 51(xxiiiA) “also include, of necessity, the patients who are the recipients of the provision of such services” (at [124]). He continued (at [125], [126]-[127]): The purpose of incorporating a prohibition on “civil conscription” in the provision of such Read More …

Divine Province

This book is presented to you to reveal the other side of the coin so you can rise above both sides, forgive, move on and understand your true potential. We are at a great time when the two forces of Lucifer and Christ require choice. The last 12 years provide a new revelation of this Read More …

British Subject Status?

This document released by the United Kingdom government assets publishing service sets out the parameters for British Subjects in relation to the Commonwealth of Nations countries, but are you aware a Right still exists within Australia to become a British Subject officially at law?   5 pages.   If you can spare a few dollars Read More …

Sedition.

In the Halsbury’s Law of England Sedition has been defined as follows, “Sedition is a misdemeanour at common law consisting of acts done, words spoken and published, or writings capable of being a libel published, in each case with an intention i)  to bring into hatred or to excite disaffection against , the queen or Read More …