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Thursday, 3 May 2018
In the news - Gold Coast Bulletin
How we can avoid another tragedy like Dolly Dolly Everett died by suicide earlier this year. She was 14 years old; her death shocked the nation and kicked off a national conversation about bullying and cyberhate.
Tuesday, 17 April 2018
In the news - The Age
'No long hair': Trinity Grammar deputy headmaster returns to school There were smiles, tears and hugs at the gates of Trinity Grammar as deputy headmaster Rohan Brown made an emotional return to his beloved school. Students shook Mr Brown's hand and embraced him as they filed into the schoolyard on Tuesday morning, almost six weeks after the popular teacher was sacked for cutting a boy's hair.
Friday, 13 April 2018
In the news - The Australian
Welcome back, Trinity community hails Rohan Brown return [Paywalled] Trinity Grammar parents are overjoyed and students are looking forward to welcoming back ousted deputy headmaster Rohan Brown after a heated public power struggle between the school community and the school council.
Friday, 9 March 2018
In the news - Lawyers Weekly
Firm pushes for platforms like Facebook to be held responsible for cyber bullying Big tech companies behind social media platforms should be liable under law for the harm cyber bullying can cause, a principal at Maurice Blackburn has said.
Saturday, 6 May 2017
In the news - Sky News
Vic govt to reform labour hire industry Maurice Blackburn Lawyers welcomes the Victorian government labour hire industry licensing scheme, saying it would help 'clean up' the labour hire industry.
Friday, 16 December 2016
In the news - The Age
$100 million payday for $1-an-hour staff with disabilities Up to 10,000 Australians with intellectual disabilities, who worked for as little as 99 cents an hour, will share in a massive $100 million federal government payout after a landmark discrimination lawsuit.
Thursday, 24 November 2016
In the news - The New Daily
Whistleblower deal struck by Nick Xenophon, Derryn Hinch long overdue: experts Experts say Senator Nick Xenophon’s deal for more whistleblower protections was long overdue, labeling Australia’s current laws as “hopeless”.