Pharmacy owner hit with Ministerial legal bill

Federal Court affirms unsuccessful challenge to Health Minister's discretionary powers must be paid by applicant A pharmacy owner who opposed the Health Minister’s discretionary power in allowing pharmaceutical benefits to be supplied from a premises just 60 metres from the nearest approved pharmacy will have to pay the Minister's legal costs after the challenge failed.

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