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Pokies and Punters: How gaps in Australian law enables exploitation of gamblers

Social justice

Pokies and Punters: How gaps in Australian law enables exploitation of gamblers

The story of problem gambling – and the circumstances that enable them - in Victoria is a winding tale, and many of the events of recent years have brought us to where we are today.

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Three things to know about contracting COVID in the workplace

Work rights

Three things to know about contracting COVID in the workplace

Contracting COVID-19 at work may entitle you to compensation. Our national COVID register can record your details in case you need to make a claim.

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How A Dusty Workplace Can Cause our Immune System to Attack our Body

Silicosis

How A Dusty Workplace Can Cause our Immune System to Attack our Body

October is Lupus Awareness Month, an important time to highlight how common toxins in the air we breathe are increasingly seen as a cause of this debilitating condition.

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Workplace Sexual Harassment: Compensation on the rise

Employment law

Workplace Sexual Harassment: Compensation on the rise

March4Justice was a watershed moment for public awareness of sexual harassment in Australia, and workplaces were on notice, from offices everywhere, right up to Parliament House.

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Switching super funds and impacts to insurance: what you need to know

Superannuation

Switching super funds and impacts to insurance: what you need to know

Important information on how switching super funds can have impacts on your insurance

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Finding your Will shouldn’t rival the Da Vinci Code

Wills & estates

Finding your Will shouldn’t rival the Da Vinci Code

People often think they are saving money by not getting professional advice, but by drafting a Will yourself, there is always the risk not only that something will be missed, but that your wishes won’t be fulfilled.

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