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Friday, 23 January 2015
In the news - Herald Sun
Parents sue hospital over home birth delay after baby died PARENTS of a girl who died in a hospital-backed home birth are taking legal action, claiming a midwife took almost an hour to arrive.
Friday, 23 January 2015
In the news - 9 News
Melbourne couple sue hospital over fatal home birth after ‘midwife arrives hour late’ The parents of a baby who died following a home birth are suing the Melbourne hospital that organised the procedure, claiming a midwife took almost an hour to arrive.
Wednesday, 21 January 2015
In the news - Working Life
Industry super caught in political crossfire WITH all the recent controversy about industry super funds, it would be easy to forget that superannuation has been embedded in Australia’s industrial landscape since long before Keating’s introduction of the Superannuation Guarantee in 1992.
Tuesday, 20 January 2015
In the news - ABC
Baby Ferouz and his asylum seeking family released from Darwin detention An asylum seeker couple and their Brisbane-born son, Ferouz, have been released from detention in Darwin.
Monday, 19 January 2015
In the news - Lawyers Weekly
Government lawyers lift pro bono hours The number of pro bono hours undertaken by federal government legal service providers has increased in the past year.
Sunday, 18 January 2015
In the news - Herald Sun
Grieving wife sues pub where husband was king hit THE grieving wife of a man killed by a single punch is suing the pub where he was attacked.
Sunday, 18 January 2015
In the news - The Age
Yooralla claims spark second lawsuit A young woman sexually abused by a carer employed by Yooralla is suing the disability provider, with her lawyer claiming its "gross negligence" contributed to her assault and that longstanding Yooralla board members should resign.
Thursday, 8 January 2015
In the news - ABC
United Firefighters Union wins appeal against Victoria's CFA over employee numbers The United Firefighters Union has claimed a significant industrial relations win against Victoria's Country Fire Authority (CFA) over employee numbers.
Wednesday, 7 January 2015
In the news - The Age
Commuters saved from train network meltdown Train users have been spared pain on Wednesday's commute with the drivers' union and Metro striking a late night agreement preventing major service disruptions.
Monday, 29 December 2014
In the news - The Courier
Exercise monitoring devices could run users into legal trouble Fitness fanatics wearing gadgets to monitor how many steps they have walked or run could find their data being used in court.