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WA premier says death threats followed Clive Palmer’s ‘outrageous’ remarks
Trials 2022-03-07 9:39 pm By Sam Matthews

Taking the stand Monday in a defamation dispute with mining billionaire Clive Palmer, WA premier Mark McGowan said Palmer’s “hurtful and outrageous” public comments led […]

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Telstra hit with class action over COVID-19 vaccination policy
Coronavirus 2022-03-04 5:30 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Telstra has been hit with a class action on behalf of employees who lost their jobs or are in danger of being terminated for failing […]

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ACCC flags supply chain competition in COVID-19 era as new priority
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-03-03 4:15 pm By Sam Matthews

The ACCC will target businesses seeking to use COVID-related disruptions to global and domestic supply chains as “a veil for illegal conduct” the watchdog’s outgoing […]

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Qantas decision to outsource staff not linked to strike action threat, court told
Employment 2022-02-24 10:22 pm By Miklos Bolza

A decision by Qantas to outsource its ground staff was not timed to head off industrial action by the Transport Workers’ Union, the Full Federal […]

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Insurers defeat appeals in COVID-19 business interruption test cases
Coronavirus 2022-02-21 5:11 pm By Christine Caulfield

An appeals court challenge by a group of small businesses seeking coverage under business interruption insurance policies for losses flowing from COVID-19 restrictions has largely […]

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Music festival organiser appeals ruling denying coverage for $3.2M COVID-related cancellation
Coronavirus 2022-02-17 5:20 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The organiser of the Big Red Bash outback music festival has appealed a judgment denying it coverage for $3.2 million cancellation of the festival during […]

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Class action waiver in Ruby Princess cruise T&Cs not unfair, court told
Class Actions 2022-02-14 9:51 pm By Christine Caulfield

A class action waiver in the terms and conditions of tickets purchased by US passengers embarking on the fateful Ruby Princess cruise at the height […]

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Unvaxxed nurses drop lawsuit against Monash Health
Coronavirus 2022-02-11 4:05 pm By Sam Matthews

A group of nurses have dropped their lawsuit against Monash Health alleging the hospital provider threatened to take adverse action against them for failing to […]

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ACCC probes RAT suppliers’ claims of government seizures
Coronavirus 2022-02-01 1:18 pm By Sam Matthews

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is investigating claims by suppliers that government bodies have diverted supplies of COVID-19 rapid antigen tests, as the regulator […]

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BHP’s vaccination policy at Queensland coal mines found to be lawful
Coronavirus 2022-01-31 7:01 pm By Christine Caulfield

BHP’s policy requiring Queensland workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and show proof of the jab has withstood a challenge from mining unions that claimed […]

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