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Changes to Super guarantee payments

To help grow Australian workers' savings for retirement, the compulsory super guarantee rate will gr

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Traffic Offenders Intervention Program at Muswellbrook PCYC

The Magistrate may refer offenders to this program because it may benefit the participant in teachin

The basics when buying a house

For many who spot their dream home, the process to actually getting the keys and moving in can be a

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Bless You! And let me introduce you to my Lawyer

Equilaw solicitor and Thoroughbred stud owner, George Fraser, takes a look at the legal liability fo

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Vieira v O'Shea - a Jolt for the Thoroughbred industry

A look at the March 2012 judgement in the District Court and the subsequent decision in the Court of

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Protect your Intellectual Property

One way to protect your intellectual property is to register your trade mark. In today's world of th

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Protect your confidential business information before your employee starts

To reduce the risk of confidential information being flaunted by a terminated employee, employers ne

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You can be a bloodstock agent too!

Whether it's millions of dollars of Thoroughbred horseflesh or a $500 weekend hack, be aware of your

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Are you moving to the Upper Hunter from a metropolitan region?

You may be eligible to apply for the NSW Government's Regional Relocation Grant.

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Reduce your farm's risk under WHS legislation

Equilaw Solicitors in conjunction with Safe Industries Australia has designed a series of on-farm To

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Equilaw celebrates champion 3yo colt Dissident at HTBA Awards

Equilaw partner, Daniel Morgan, presented the Hunter Thoroughbred Breeders Association award for cha

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Farm worker fined $15,000

A $15,000 fine for a New Zealand farm worker for not wearing a quad helmet could set a precedent in

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Why you need a Conveyancer

Thinking you can perform your own conveyancing could cost you more headaches and money than engaging

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Quad bike inquest could lead to law changes

Equilaw Solicitors and its WHS advisory service Safe Industries Australia are keenly waiting the out

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