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Head Of Brisbane 2016 Regatta Proudly Sponsored by Aylward Game Solicitors

HEAD OF THE BRISBANE is an annual rowing event that puts our River City of Brisbane on the map and is an event not to be missed! The Toowong Rowing Club (TRC) is pleased to be hosting the 2016 Head of the Brisbane. TRC is committed to making this event Australia’s premier Big River Rowing […]

Social Media Uncategorized July 22, 2016

Ahead Of The Game in Bridge To Brisbane 2016

IT’S A WHOLE NEW STORY THIS YEAR! Bridge to Brisbane DAY will be the biggest and best yet.  Bridge to Brisbane Day as we know it has been transformed into a DAY for us to celebrate with our friends, family and colleagues. What better way to celebrate all the great things about Brisbane than to participate in […]

What Was Johnny Depp Thinking?

A messy split with Johnny Depp and Amber Heard as reported in ‘New Idea’, just fifteen (15) months after Marriage. Amber filed for Divorce on the grounds of irreconcilable differences and is seeking spousal support. As suggested in the article, ‘Johnny had no idea it was coming’. Johnny had no pre-nup in place. A bad […]


Articles Social Media Uncategorized September 17, 2015

Our New Prime Minister: Was It Constitutional?

Turnbull, Abbott, Rudd, Gillard, Rudd – How many times does Prime Minister appear in the Australian Constitution? ZERO –that is absolutely correct. The Governor-General scores 90 mentions and the Queen scores 21. Since 3 December 2007 Australia has had the following Prime Ministers: Kevin Rudd (twice); Julia Gillard; Tony Abbott; Malcolm Turnbull. Now whatever your […]

Social Media July 29, 2015

Brisbane Southbank Showcase Afternoon

On the 16th of June, we had a showcase stand at the Brisbane South Bank Showcase afternoon. It gave us and others the opportunity to network with each other. These events are always a great way for everyone to get together and enjoy sharing ideas and discussing a range of things. We found it to […]

Social Media January 9, 2014


The social media website Facebook has once again featured in litigation arising in the context of an employment relationship. In Little v Credit Corp Group Limited, the Fair Work Commission upheld the decision of the employer to dismiss Mr. Little and rejected his case that his dismissal was unfair. At issue were comments that Mr. […]

Social Media October 31, 2013


Social media and employment law have again been the focus of litigation in Australia. Michaela Banerji was a public servant in the Immigration Department. Ms. Banerji also operated a Twitter account, anonymously, upon which she posted comments, many of which were critical of Government Policy as well as individual Politicians. In proceedings before the Federal […]