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Scandal" star Columbus Short is being allowed to return to his home -- after being banned from the premises for allegedly threatening to kill his wife -- but he won't have time to get comfortable ... a judge is giving Short just 2 hours at home to
I was working as an accountant general in a company, which has defaulted, and one of the partners is in jail and the other can't be reached. I left the company about five months ago and lodged a complaint with the Labour Department against them.
He had come into the Chacon Street offices of the newspaper saying he wanted to tell his story since other media were misrepresenting him. He also said he was inspired by the woman who went public recently with complaints over sexual acts against her
Doug Loft may take legal action after Daniel Jones bust-up Port Vale captain Doug Loft may take legal action against Daniel Jones after suffering facial injuries in a training ground row with his ex-colleague. Jones, 27, has already been sacked by
The barriers to entry have been lowered, streaming sites like YouTube provide an avenue for distribution, and we all get as many cute puppy videos as we can possibly handle. The flipside is that there are some jackasses out there who put out terrible
it's time to move on. InternetNZ Chief Executive Jordan Carter says that the Court was unequivocal in its judgement, and was particularly strong in setting out the way section 18 of the Act operates the part Chorus argues was misinterpreted.
BJP leader Arun Jaitley today backed the claim by Subramanian Swamy that Amarinder Singh has not disclosed offshore accounts held by his two family members in his nomination papers, a charge on which the Congress leader today threatened legal action.
Madhu Kishwar, following allegations by Kishwar that Congress Lok Sabha candidate from Ahmedabad (East) constituency Himmatsinh Patel, who was the Ahmedabad Mayor during the 2002 communal riots, was involved in the conspiracy behind it. The threat to
Geoffrey Robertson QC says the government's ban on sending books to prisoners is unreasonable and counterproductive. Photograph: Eamonn Mccormack/Getty Images Campaigners fighting the Ministry of Justice over a ban on books being sent to prisoners on
Broomfield has faced four court cases since November because of the way it conducted its election, in which a five-year ban on fracking passed by just 20 votes. Fracking pumps large volumes of water, sand and trace chemicals into a well under