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Teachers Pet exposes horrific abuse and the need for accountability

Abuse law

Teachers Pet exposes horrific abuse and the need for accountability

In 2018 the award-winning true crime podcast, The Teacher’s Pet, exposed a dark underbelly of Sydney’s picturesque Northern Beaches.

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WorkCover win for Hazelwood mine fire excavator operator

Work rights

WorkCover win for Hazelwood mine fire excavator operator

When the Hazelwood open cut mine fire broke out in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley in early 2014, experienced excavator operator David Briggs got an urgent call from RTL Mining & Earthworks asking if he would come and work for them to help put out the blaze.

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Understanding the legal options for survivors of institutional abuse

Abuse law

Understanding the legal options for survivors of institutional abuse

For the first time ever – survivors of abuse have options as to how they seek compensation. Here's what you need to know.

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Road safety key at a time of greater driver distraction

Road rights

Road safety key at a time of greater driver distraction

It only takes a moment for your life to change forever. And for 28-year-old Erin that moment could have been avoided completely.

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Football league for people with disabilities makes sure Aussie Rules is for all

Social justice

Football league for people with disabilities makes sure Aussie Rules is for all

Everyone in Australia should have the chance to play our national sporting codes at a competitive level. But for many people in the disabled community, mainstream football leagues don’t often provide that opportunity in a supportive environment.

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Diagnosed with Silicosis? You’re not alone.

Asbestos

Diagnosed with Silicosis? You’re not alone.

Gary McFarlane was good at his job. But now, he wishes he wasn’t.

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