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    The Weekly News Roundup - 15th May 2019

    By Micaela Corr on 23/05/19 11:02 AM

    WEDNESDAY 15TH

    I spy with my little eye: Do you have a legal right to privacy at home?

    Privacy in the home is one of those things we take for granted. But, do you have a legal right to privacy? Can you complain if a neighbour’s drone suddenly flies into your backyard? When is someone trespassing on your property? A right to privacy in the home isn’t as straight-forward as one might think.

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    The Weekly News Roundup - 8th May

    By Micaela Corr on 15/05/19 4:03 PM

    WEDNESDAY 8TH

    Melbourne pub ordered to tear down Harry Potter installation after legal threat

    The Imperial Hotel has been ordered tear down its rooftop Harry Potter installation and turn off the taps on its Buttah Beer after the multinational demanded the pub remove all wizard-themed decorations and references.

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    The Weekly News Roundup - 1st May

    By Micaela Corr on 8/05/19 4:58 PM

    WEDNESDAY 1ST

    Snake Man and Snake Hunter in court tangle over 'defamatory' posts

    Rival snake catchers are locked in a venomous legal duel over Facebook posts that one says implied he was a dishonest reptile handler, trademark infringer and "a violent sex offending rapist".

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    The Weekly News Roundup - 24th April 2019

    By Micaela Corr on 1/05/19 4:19 PM

    WEDNESDAY 24TH

    'Slashed': Morrison government delays assessments for threatened species

    Almost two dozen threatened species and habitats have had their threat updates postponed by the federal government, in one case for three years, raising concerns about extinction risks and a lack of departmental funding.

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    The Weekly News Roundup - 8th April 2019

    By Micaela Corr on 12/04/19 5:05 PM

    MONDAY 8TH

    Teachers and parents 'powerless' to stop spread of Instagram and Snapchat fights in Canberra

    A Canberra high school teacher says many staff members feel "powerless" to stop a "24/7 cycle" of cyberbullying and physical violence among their students.

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