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Tuesday, 26 April 2016In the news - Sydney Morning Herald
Working women, not ABCC, should be focus of federal election Enough with the union bashing and the rehashed debate – Australia's working women need leadership from our major parties to improve workplaces and allow them to successfully juggle motherhood and careers.
Thursday, 21 April 2016In the news - ABC News
Volkswagen: US compensation deal 'regrettably' won't affect Australian owners, lawyer says The lawyer leading an Australian class action against Volkswagen doubts an American compensation deal with the German automaker responsible for the emissions data scandal will have Australian implications.
Friday, 11 March 2016In the news - News.com.au
Dads still shirking child rearing roles say mums in ReachTEL poll WORKING dads are shirking their parental responsibilities, according to the busy working mums married to them.
Monday, 7 March 2016In the news - Neos Kosmo
Gone are the days of 'doctor knows best' Medical law expert Dimitra Dubrow shares her experience, offering valuable insight into the failings of the system and what we can do to protect ourselves
Monday, 29 February 2016In the news - Parliament of Australia
Business Services Wage Assessment Tool Payment Scheme Amendment Bill 2016 In 1992, under a federal Labor government, the Disability Discrimination Act was made law. That is a piece of legislation that is very important because it is about dignity for people with a disability and ending discrimination against them.
Thursday, 25 February 2016In the news - The Project
Court TV Should Australian courts be televised? Let's ask the experts...and Meshel Laurie.
Thursday, 18 February 2016In the news - Neos Kosmo
Probably carcinogenic to Roundup Australia Municipalities make extensive use of RoundUp herbicide, despite the fact that the Cancer Institute of the World Health Organization considers it "possibly carcinogenic."
Tuesday, 16 February 2016In the news - ABC News
Bacchus Marsh Hospital: New probe uncovers seven more baby deaths, bringing total to 18 A new review of a stillborn crisis at a Victorian hospital has uncovered that a further seven babies have died — bringing the total number of deaths at the maternity unit to 18.
Tuesday, 16 February 2016In the news - News.com.au
‘Most painful thing I’ve been through’: Mothers speak out on horror hospital MOTHERS who say they endured appalling treatment at a hospital mired in scandal have spoken out about what happened on its deadly maternity ward.
Monday, 15 February 2016In the news - ABC News
Bacchus Marsh hospital: baby death count higher than thought The baby death count at Melbourne's Bacchus Marsh hospital has been changed to 18 deaths in a space of two years after a health department investigation. One obstetrician was sued at least ten times over stillborn cases when he worked at the hospital and several others were reported to authorities.