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Sunday, May 31, 2020

Charlie Bulos

Bridging Visa E refusal

The refusal of granting a Bridging Visa E at the time when the applicant wants to work be free from detention if he or she is in the immigration detention facility is not as simple as others may think. The...

Freedom of speech

This particular topic has become subject of contentious debate and this must depend on which country or form of government we are in. If you live in Australia or in the Philippines or another country, this freedom is not...

Philippines prisons bursting with inmates utterly ignored!

It looks like that no one seems to care. Big time politicians do not care because many of them will not suffer human degradation and cruelty as they have their own luxurious or liveable cells to stay if ever...

Age discrimination not acceptable

Under section 351 of the Fair Work Act (2009) (‘the Act’), this type of discrimination is unlawful or it is one among those discriminations that is not allowed under section 351 (3) of the Act unless conducted in good...

Philippines losing corruption war!

The Philippines dropped or fell six notches in the 2016 Corruption Index country ranking published by Transparency International. This is not unusual for a country which for many years has been caught up with such stigma that has tarnished...

Shocking $90-million damages

This $90 million damages including legal costs is said to be the biggest pay out in the history of human rights abuses for more than 1900 detainees in Manus Island detention facilities. This will not stop other detainees suffering...

Dismissal and resignation

There are workers or employees who find these two words complicated. Resignation could mean dismissal as defined under Section 386 of the Fair Work Act (2009) if this is not voluntary or...

Due process of law and natural justice

By Charlie Bulos, Legal Viewpoints This is a principle in law that a person(s) cannot be deprived of life, liberty or property without observing the appropriate legal procedure and safeguards. In America, the Bill of Rights and the Fourteenth Amendment...
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New processes on arrival in the Philippines – here’s what overseas Filipinos need to expect

While travel restrictions and quarantine rules are in place to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, one can expect a more...

APBC-GKA Student Relief Program still available for Filipinos in VIC and TAS

Update as of 30 May 2020, registrations for all states have closed, except for Victoria and...

How to find the perfect property

Finding the perfect home in Australia is about more than just natural light and the number of bedrooms. From extreme weather variations...

Stranded Filipinos in Australia Return to PH

Almost 200 Filipinos left Australia to go home to the Philippines through Philippine Airlines (PAL) special flights. PAL organised two special flights...