Tuesday, 14 October 2014News - The Age
Court case to decide fate of 100 children of asylum seekers The question of whether 100 children who were born in Australia to asylum seeker parents can be given permanent protection will be heard in the Federal Circuit Court on Tuesday.
Saturday, 11 October 2014News - AFR
Thursday, 9 October 2014News - Sydney Morning Herald
'Just be a jeweller': Afghan truck driver appeals deportation in the High Court An Afghan truck driver is appealing a decision to deport him back to Afghanistan after being told he would not face persecution if he changed his profession.
Monday, 29 September 2014News - Canberra Times
Can your work force you to lose weight or get fitter? Increasingly employees are finding that expectations relating to work also now traverse their private lives, not just through the increase in mediums such as social media, but also through employees being directed by their work to get healthy.
Wednesday, 24 September 2014News - Smart Company
Banker files $4.5 million sexual harassment claim against JBWere after being told a woman’s IQ “halves when she falls pregnant” A former executive of JBWere has filed a $4.5 million sexual harassment case against the NAB-owned stockbroking firm, claiming she was the victim of a “culture of harassment” after taking maternity leave.
Thursday, 18 September 2014News - Brisbane Times
'Breast cancer gene' lawyers launch appeal to High court Cancer advocates will appeal to the High Court to overturn a controversial decision that human genes can be controlled by private companies.
Thursday, 18 September 2014News - The Age
NSW parliament to investigate the extent of Mr Fluffy asbestos contamination in NSW homes The NSW parliament will investigate the extent of Mr Fluffy asbestos contamination in NSW homes, a move that boosts the likelihood of a state-wide hunt for the deadly loose-fill insulation.
Wednesday, 17 September 2014News - The Age
Injured Metro train drivers 'being intimidated' Metro is forcing train drivers to attend company-endorsed medical clinics for work-related injuries, leading to claims staff are being intimidated and threatened with disciplinary action if they choose their own doctors instead.
Wednesday, 17 September 2014News - Diamond Valley Leader
Greensborough widow Carmela Di Natale can’t sue over husband taxi accident VICTORIAN legislation has left Greensborough widow Carmela Di Natale unable to sue after her husband died in tragic circumstances.
Tuesday, 16 September 2014News - Australian Financial Review
Why senior execs should take a closer look at their contracts The Western Australian Supreme Court last week ordered the ASX listed Central Petroleum Ltd to pay its former chief executive nearly $1.6 million in damages and interest for breach of an employment contract.