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Vic government charged with safety breaches over hotel quarantine program
Coronavirus 2021-09-29 4:08 pm By Miklos Bolza

Victoria’s health and safety regulator WorkSafe has filed proceedings against the state government over alleged health and safety breaches relating to last year’s disastrous hotel […]

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Qld police commissioner faces legal challenge to COVID-19 vaccine policy
Coronavirus 2021-09-29 10:16 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The Queensland police Commissioner is facing a lawsuit alleging an order requiring staff to get a COVID-19 vaccine violates privacy and discrimination laws and should […]

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Judge hearing COVID-19 vaccine challenge issues stern warning after emails, calls ‘inundate’ chambers
Coronavirus 2021-09-28 1:43 pm By Bianca Hrovat

Hundreds of emails have inundated the inbox of the judge overseeing legal challenges to the NSW health minister’s orders mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for certain workers, […]

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Challenges to jab mandate for ‘perfectly healthy people’ exceptional, court told
Coronavirus 2021-09-28 9:45 pm By Bianca Hrovat

Cases challenging the NSW government’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate for the state’s police officers, teachers and healthcare workers are exceptional enough to warrant production by the […]

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Down with ‘medical apartheid’, says Fair Work commissioner opposed to jab mandate
Employment 2021-09-27 10:26 pm By Christine Caulfield

An appellate panel of the Fair Work Commission has upheld an aged care worker’s termination for refusing a flu vaccine, but a full-throttled dissent by […]

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Junior doctor behind class action can’t seek compensation for group members, court told
Class Actions 2021-09-24 9:18 pm By Miklos Bolza

NSW Health wants to amend its defence to an underpayments class action on behalf of 24,000 junior doctors, bringing claims that the lead applicant is […]

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Government hit with underpayments class action by postgrad research candidates
Class Actions 2021-09-23 5:27 pm By Cindy Cameronne

An ancient history academic and lawyer has filed a class action against the federal government, claiming he and other postgraduate research candidates were underpaid by […]

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Judge slams ‘everything but the kitchen sink’ approach to Fair Work claims
Employment 2021-09-23 6:46 pm By Bianca Hrovat

A judge hearing a $2 million dispute between a former tenured professor and the University of New South Wales has lamented the lengthy pleadings filed […]

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BHP settles with worker sacked over COVID-19 social media posts
Employment 2021-09-22 6:18 pm By Christine Caulfield

BHP Billiton has resolved a case by an employee who claimed the company breached the Fair Work Act by sacking her for alleged social media […]

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Qantas can’t stay penalty hearing in outsourcing dispute with TWU
Employment 2021-09-21 2:26 pm By Miklos Bolza

Qantas has lost its second attempt to delay a hearing on further relief pending an appeal in its outsourcing spat with the Transport Workers Union, […]

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