JUDYS beauty salon in Sydney, which was opened by ex-premier David Cameron in 2013, has been a source of controversy ever since it was opened in January.
In January last year, a Sydney Magistrates Court judge ruled that the salon was not fit to practice in the state, because of its alleged discriminatory practices.
The case led to a federal court injunction, which allowed Miracles to reopen and was finally granted by the Federal Court on Thursday.JUDYS was a “safe and appropriate place to practise in NSW,” a spokesperson for the NSW Attorney-General said at the time.
But the Attorney-Gen said at a press conference on Thursday that the court’s decision had been a mistake and the new salon was allowed to reopen.
It was a mistake because we were the first to open up a private salon in NSW, and we were also the first Australian to open a salon in Australia,” he said.”
It’s important to remember that in the past, this has never been a legal issue.
It’s always been a political issue, and this case was a very political case.
“A spokesperson for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said it was “disappointing” that Miracles was not allowed to open in the State, but he said the court had “correctly” ruled on the issue.”
While the decision is disappointing, we have a long history of welcoming and promoting Miracles in NSW and will continue to do so.””
The new Miracle will have a permanent location, will be staffed by qualified and experienced staff, and will provide the same professional services as Miracles.”
While the decision is disappointing, we have a long history of welcoming and promoting Miracles in NSW and will continue to do so.