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21 Jul 2021

Dash cam captures moment before head-on crash

Richard Doodson can recall fearing his life would be cut short while trapped inside his car after an oncoming vehicle collided with his, on a narrow mountainside...

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14 Jul 2021

Slater and Gordon announces senior promotions across Australia

Slater and Gordon is pleased to announce 33 senior legal promotions across Australia. The appointments recognise decades of experience and hard work across a range of...

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14 Jul 2021

National Dust Diseases Taskforce into the Engineered Stone industry final report released

Slater and Gordon has welcomed key recommendations outlined in The National Dust Diseases Taskforce’s final report into the engineered stone industry, highlighting the...

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12 Jul 2021

Cyclist urges drivers to take more care after long-lasting injuries

When Jovian Haidle was hit by a car while riding his road bike at Caloundra eight months ago, he never expected his injuries would continue impacting his life in such a...

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09 Jul 2021

Survivors of abuse silenced and denied access to justice by NSW prisons

Vulnerable survivors of sexual and physical abuse inside NSW state prisons are being denied legal representation and access to justice, following NSW Government-run...

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06 Jul 2021

Former firey demands national ban on toxic PFAS foam

A retired ACT firefighter is calling for toxic foam PFAS to be banned nationally, as hundreds of former firies battle cancer after exposure to the toxic firefighting...

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02 Jul 2021

Western Power found negligent for causing the 2014 Parkerville- Perth Hills 2014 bushfire

In a decision handed down today, the Court of Appeal of Western Australia has found Western Power was liable for the January 2014 Perth Hills bushfire. Western Power...

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01 Jul 2021

Half of gig economy workers not trained or given thorough training

More than half (52 per cent) of food delivery and ride share workers said they were not provided with safety training or thorough safety advice before they started...

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17 Jun 2021

Rural road trauma survivor thanks the first responders who saved his life

Harold Edwards might not be standing here today if it wasn’t for a quick-thinking friend who noticed a damaged sign on the road side while driving to Ballarat,...

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15 Jun 2021

A moment’s distraction can cause a lifetime of pain

Elizabeth Secoulidis’ life changed forever while attempting to cross the road in Tarneit. The 58-year-old was struck by a truck on 16 September last year after taking...

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