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The last sitting day for the year is Thursday 20 December 2018. The court  will resume sitting on Monday 7 January 2019.

During the non-sitting period, Magistrates' Court registries across…

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Members of Melbourne’s Koori community experiencing family violence can now access specialised support with the launch of a new program at the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court.

Umalek Balit,…

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The Shepparton Magistrates’ Court has opened a new Family Violence Court Division today to give communities access to more modern court facilities and better access to justice. The new division…

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Safety and security is being improved at 16 courts across Victoria as part of a $6.22 million upgrades program funded in the 2016-17 State Budget.

The upgrades program, phased over two…

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The Cobram Magistrates’ Court recovery is well underway and on schedule for delivery later this month. You can view a 3D image of the court back in May showing the significant fire damage to the…

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Bairnsdale residents will soon have access to safer court facilities with building works now underway at the historic courthouse.  

“Existing court facilities face significant challenges…

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Wonthaggi Magistrates’ Court has closed its doors to enable vital upgrades that will improve access to the court room and registry area. 

Primary court listings and registry services will…

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Upgrades have commenced at the Swan Hill Magistrates' Court to improve the safety of court users, especially those impacted by family violence.

“Court Services Victoria has worked closely…

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The Court celebrated 10 years of the Court Integrated Services Program (CISP) at a special event at the State Library of Victoria on Monday.

Over 100 stakeholders attended the event at the…

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The Fines Reform Act 2014 (the Act) commenced on 31 December 2017. Under section 200 of the Act, most fines and costs ordered by the Magistrates’ Court that have not been paid in full have been…