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OfReg loses decision on battle with Datalink

Justice Marlene Carter has ruled that the Utility Regulation and Competition Office, commonly known as OfReg, failed to follow the law in ruling that Datalink Ltd. could not charge reservation fees for future use of its power poles.

Attempted murder trial set after stabbing

Lyle Sampson Alexander Peart, 18, appeared in Grand Court on Friday, when he pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted murder and wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.
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Imitation firearm draws sentence of three years five months

Justice Marlene Carter explained why she did not give what has become a typical 50 percent credit for bail restrictions when she imposed a sentence of three years five months for an imitation firearm.

Six years for causing 127-mph road death

Conroy Warrenton Nairne, 33, was sentenced on Friday to six years’ imprisonment for causing the death of 21-year-old Jessie Perry by dangerous driving in September 2015. Nairne had been driving at 127 mph when his Audi hit the curb at a bend in the road by Public Beach on West Bay Road and became airborne.

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