Bankstown Golf Club – Round 5

Bankstown Golf Club was the venue for Round 5 of the monthly RMYC Port Hacking golf championship. Pre-game there was a lot of cheeky rugby league bravado, banter and sledging with the Rooster loving barista at the local Ashford Ave Milperra coffee outlet. So much for the sledging …. the barista's Roosters were ... More

Wollongong Golf Course – Round 4

A cool morning put an end to summer shorts. Fast greens, a huge beach bunker and tricky tee sign-posting challenged the twenty-four golfers who teed-off at the Wollongong Golf Club. The team of John Mason, visitor Michael Kean, Steve McManus and visitor Todd Gammel, disqualified themselves after playing the wrong ... More

Electronic Future – eConveyancing

You may be aware that the NSW Government are assisting to convert NSW into a highly secure location to buy and sell your properties. The process begins with the transition from paper based transactions to electronic transactions called eConveyancing using an electronic platform which links to Government organisations to ... More

Changes to Drink Driving Laws

Recent reforms relating to Drink Driving Offences in NSW have significantly changed the existing law. As of Monday, 20 May 2019 any driver, even a first time or a low range offender, will receive an immediate 3 month licence suspension in addition to a $561 fine regardless of any defence or need for their licence. Theref... More

The National Employment Standards

The National Employment Standards (NES) are 10 minimum terms of employment that apply to all employees in accordance with the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth). 10 Workplace Entitlements that Apply to all Employers A maximum standard working week of 38 hours for full-time employees, plus 'reasonable' additional hours. A ... More

Rear Admiral Peter James Marshall

RMYC Port Hacking members and visitors are invited to join us in commemorating the service and sacrifice of all those who have served and are currently serving on Thursday, 25th April 2019 at the RMYC Port Hacking. Our day commences with a special ANZAC Day commemorative ceremony, in conjunction with members of the ... More

VHF marine Radio Licence

All operators of marine radios (except 27MHz) are required to hold the appropriate qualification to operate the device. A Certificate of Proficiency or Statement of Attainment, issued by Australian Communications Authority, shows that the holder has the skill to operate certain types of radios and are also a requirement ... More

What does bankruptcy really mean?

We would like to acknowledge that the following article came from Adam Halstead of Goldbergs Lawyers group which recently merged with WMD Law. Adam was interviewed on radio concerning bankruptcy and these are his views: Most people have heard of bankruptcy but what does it really mean? Being bankrupt might be described ... More

Social Media and Family Law

Social media is extremely popular as it allows you to easily connect with family and friends all over the world. What you may not be aware of is that what you post on social media may affect the outcome of your parenting proceedings. It is important to remember that the Family Court has allowed photos and other material ... More

We all know that Wills can be revoked – sometimes this can happen without you being aware of it

We would like to acknowledge that the following article came from the Goldbergs Lawyers group and its founder, Grahame Goldberg who happens to be the former commodore of the Royal Motor Yacht Club at Newport! The Goldbergs group comprises of Goldbergs Lawyers (operating since 1964) in the Sydney CBD, Mulally Myllot ... More