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Help! I have sustained an injury at work and I am unable to work – as a member of the AFP, what can I do?
Members of the AFP have rights and entitlements against their employer under the Federal worker's compensation scheme.
Australia
2 Oct 2019
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Aged Care Royal Commission – Case study
This case study concerned the physical and chemical restraint of a vulnerable man with Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia.
Australia
26 May 2019
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Law Reform Commission review of anti-discrimination law
The ALRC was asked to undertake a "review of the framework of religious exemptions in anti-discrimination legislation".
Australia
26 May 2019
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Royal Commission into violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of people with disability
For the purposes of the Royal Commission, "people with disability" is defined to mean people with any kind of impairment.
Australia
23 May 2019
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Final Report of the Referendum Council
In its Final Report, the Referendum Council has put forward a single recommendation for constitutional amendment.
Australia
7 Dec 2017
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Uluru Statement from the Heart
The 2017 National Constitutional Convention delivered the statement which calls for substantive constitutional change.
Australia
13 Aug 2017
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Timely government review of NSW trust law
The NSW Attorney General announced that the NSW Law Reform Commission will review aspects of the law of trusts in NSW.
Australia
25 Jul 2017
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Goodbye FOI and hello GIPA – Freedom of Information Act 1989 (NSW) has changed to Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (NSW)
The GIPA Act (like the FOI Act) establishes a process to provide access to information from NSW public sector agencies.
Australia
25 Jul 2017
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IPART review of council rates in NSW
IPART has issued a draft report which recommends that rate exemptions are modified so that they are better targeted.
Australia
30 Sep 2016
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Royal Commissions – a brief background
A brief summary of the features that give Royal Commissions their unique and important place in Australian society.
Australia
29 Nov 2015
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Widow of man who killed himself at Sydney shooting range calls for tighter gun controls in NSW
NSW police are not required to do background checks on applicants before they get access to loaded weapons.
Australia
12 Apr 2015
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Charlie Hebdo and proposals for change of s18C of the Federal Racial Discrimination Act 1975
The terrorist attack on the office of Charlie Hebdo in France renewed debate of s18C of the Racial Discrimination Act.
Australia
6 Apr 2015
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Release of Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse - Interim Report
The report discusses the Commission's progress to date, as well as a number of proposals currently under consideration.
Australia
12 Sep 2014
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Proposed changes to s 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 scrapped in the face of community submissions
Following "an avalanche of submissions", Senator Brandis is considering "water[ing] down" the proposed amendments.
Australia
12 Sep 2014
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Aboriginal legal service loses funding
The Federal Government will cease funding the Aboriginal Legal Services' Prisoner ThroughCare program.
Australia
7 Jul 2014
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The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse - Update
The Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse continues and is due to release its Interim Report by 30 June 2014.
Australia
28 Mar 2014
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Public inquiries, royal commissions & special projects Q&A's
The article discusses royal commissions in detail - the powers, the terms of reference, the procedure and the appeals.
Australia
1 Mar 2014
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The National Royal Commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse: Initial Public Hearings
The first public hearing days of the National Royal Commission occurred in mid September.
Australia
12 Nov 2013
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Immigration Law Update
Present and potential clients will find the information about certain developments in immigration law useful and noteworthy. Our immigration lawyers are happy to field further questions on these or other issues relating to immigration law.
Australia
17 Sep 2008
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Employment Update “Award Modernisation”
One of the initiatives of the Rudd Government, as part of its workplace relations reform, is the implementation of an award modernisation process.
Australia
11 Sep 2008
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