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In April 2019, Juanita Carroll was on her way home from work in Seaford. She was trying to cross the road at traffic lights on Dandenong Road when she was struck by a car that failed to give way to her. After the collision, Juanita had to undergo major surgery and had a metal plate, eight screws and metal rod inserted through her ankle to hold it together. Her wrists were injured when she landed on the ground. She still has bruising and experiences pain every day. The collision aggravated a previous lower back condition and possible nerve damage is being investigated. Juanita is now on the road to recovery but is still anxious and careful going anywhere near the road. According to TAC...

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People enlist in the Australian military for a range of different reasons. Some people join because they feel a deep sense duty to their country and fellow Australians. Whilst others value the job security, professional development and training military service can provide. Another reason why people decide to join the army, navy or air force is the sense of adventure, travel and the physical nature of the job. Serving in the military can offer unique opportunities you might not be able to access otherwise. However, the specialised and physical duties of military personnel can sometimes lead to increased physical exertion that places additional stress on their body, resulting in injury ...

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Life after lockdown: what are your rights with returning to work?

COVID-19 has changed many things in our lives. It has made us adapt to new social norms of staying 1.5 meters apart, it has introduced face masks to our daily lives, and it has caused a mass disruption to the way we work. But now that many lockdown restrictions are easing and we start to return to more “normal” ways of working, what are your rights to continue to work flexibly? If your employer wants you to return to the office, then in most cases you’ll have to go back unless their request is unreasonable or it’s unsafe. Whether it’s safe for you to return will depend on factors such as the nature of your employer’s business and how it’s carried out, whether your employer is...

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