O’Neill’s arrest warrant

O’Neill’s case dismissed

The National Court today dismissed the proceeding because the warrant obtained for his arrest by police was withdrawn on Monday.

With no warrant in place, the National Court was of the view there is no utility for the proceeding to continue.

Justice Nicholas Miviri granted the state's application to have the judicial review dismissed and refused O'Neill's application seeking leave for a judicial review, as the subject of the proceeding – the warrant – was withdrawn early this week.

PM’s warrant judicial review books re-opened

The Waigani National Court today allowed for the review books that were filed on April 1, 2016 to be re-opened and re-done.

A two week adjournment was sought by the Prime Minister and Police Commissioner’s lawyers to re-do the books which was granted by the court.

The plaintiffs, Commissioner Baki and PM O’Neill’s lawyers will now have two weeks to produce a draft revised review book. The matter will return to court on Oct 31.

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Aviation industry marks milestone

Yesterday’s launching of the E-exam centre at the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) marked a milestone for the aviation industry in the country.



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