Throw Accused stays behind bars - The Daily Telegraph; Surry Hills, N.S.W. [Surry Hills, N.S.W] 22 J

A MAN accused throwing a woman off a balcony, leaving her with bone fractures on Sunday, did not apply for bail when he appeared in court yesterday. Appearing via videolink. Jimm Wallace Kihara faced one charge of attempted murder in Central Local Court yesterday. “Thanks your honour,” was all he said when Magistrate Robert Williams told him he could head back to the cells. Defence lawyer Sebastian De Brennan didn’t apply for bail and the matter was adjourned to March 19. The 45-year-old Kihara was arrested on Sunday after police were called to a Redfern unit block about 9.25pm following reports a woman had been thrown from a first-floor balcony. The 39-year-old woman suffered bone fractures

New Home for Industrial Relations Commission of NSW

I today learnt that the Industrial Relations Commission of NSW (‘IRC’) has moved from the lovely heritage building at 47 Bridge Street in Sydney to 10 - 12 Smith Street at Parramatta. The Commission’s new postal address will be PO Box 927 Parramatta 2124. While the old premises will be missed (my office is in the Sydney CBD and was nice and close to the old heritage building), the move is not entirely surprising. A number of government and justice agencies, courts and tribunals have moved to Parramatta in recent years as part of the development of the Parramatta Justice Precinct (‘the precinct’). The precinct houses the corporate headquarters of the New South Wales Department of Attorney Gen

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