National Talkblack 301020

National Talkblack 301020

We had:

Mikaela French, Solicitor at Marrawah Law talking about signing documents in a pandemic: Queenslandโ€™s new electronic signing and witnessing laws. Social distancing restrictions has made it difficult for individuals and companies trying to sign and witness a deed, will or a mortgage. The Justice Legislation (COVID-19 Emergency Response – Wills and Enduring Documents) Amendment Regulation 2020 has been passed to allow signatories and witnesses to sign and witness documents via video links such as Zoom, FaceTime and Skype.

Tom Wolfe from the The Wolfe Brothers talking about the release of their new single ‘Anybody Ever’. Working alongside Grammy nominated songwriter and artist James T Slater, their new single is a vibrant retro track, featuring their trademark hooks and melodies, creating another phenomenal anthem to add to their already impressive list.

Associate Professor Con Starvos, RMIT sports marketing expert commenting on the future of sport post COVID-19. Dan Rennie, Station manger of 98.9fm For the Best Country talking about how the NRL back flipped it’s decision to play the national anthem at this years state of origin.

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