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Northern Daily Leader
Hospital standoff over staff | POLLPOLL | Do you believe issues with the new emergency and maternity departments o
Hospital standoff over staff | POLL
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 hours ago
POLL | Do you believe issues with the new emergency and maternity departments of the Tamworth hospital are a result of inadequate staffing levels? THE association representing nurses at Tamworth hospital will consider its options in the next few... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
It’s our hospital, our communityFRUSTRATED nurses are now asking the community to take an interest in their fig
It’s our hospital, our community
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
FRUSTRATED nurses are now asking the community to take an interest in their fight for greater staffing levels as the stalemate between Tamworth hospital nursing staff and management continues. FRUSTRATED nurses are now asking the community to take... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Staffing fight ramped up at Tamworth hospitalNURSES have taken the next step in their fight for greater staffing levels at T
Staffing fight ramped up at Tamworth hospital
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
NURSES have taken the next step in their fight for greater staffing levels at Tamworth hospital after yesterday’s 4pm deadline for management passed without any move to end the current dispute. NURSES have taken the next step in their fight for... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Worker loses compensation fight and claimed threatening callA ROCKHAMPTON health worker has lost an appeal to try to get compensation after
Worker loses compensation fight and claimed threatening call
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
A ROCKHAMPTON health worker has lost an appeal to try to get compensation after claiming she was injured while at work. Joanne Hilliar worked in the payroll department at Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service. A judgment handed down by he... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Question over hospital refusal to implement trialDOCTORS at Tamworth hospital have questioned why Hunter New England Health is r
Question over hospital refusal to implement trial
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
DOCTORS at Tamworth hospital have questioned why Hunter New England Health is refusing to implement staffing changes recommended by the NSW Industrial Relations Commission. Last week, the commission held a hearing with representatives of the NSW... Read more
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Brisbane Business News
REMOVING THE STIGMA OF A CAREER IN RETAIL Written on the 25 August 2015 by Jenna Rathbone RETAIL is often overlooked a
REMOVING THE STIGMA OF A CAREER IN RETAIL
Brisbane Business News / Posted 4 days ago
Written on the 25 August 2015 by Jenna Rathbone RETAIL is often overlooked as a career path and is occasionally seen as a means to an end, but the CEO of the National Retail Association says times are... Read more
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Gold Coast Business News
REMOVING THE STIGMA OF A CAREER IN RETAIL Written on the 25 August 2015 by Jenna Rathbone RETAIL is often overlooked a
REMOVING THE STIGMA OF A CAREER IN RETAIL
Gold Coast Business News / Posted 4 days ago
Written on the 25 August 2015 by Jenna Rathbone RETAIL is often overlooked as a career path and is occasionally seen as a means to an end, but the CEO of the National Retail Association says times are... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Forty-year Brisbane council career undone by 7½ litres of paint and hardenerMechanic John Licastro was fired over allegations he had "attempted to misappro
Forty-year Brisbane council career undone by 7½ litres of paint and hardener
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
Mechanic John Licastro was fired over allegations he had "attempted to misappropriate" five litres of clear coat paint and "misappropriated" 2½ litres of hardener. Photo: Supplied The fate of about 7½ litres of paint and hardener has brought to an... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Hospital standoff over staffTHE association representing nurses at Tamworth hospital will consider its opti
Hospital standoff over staff
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
THE association representing nurses at Tamworth hospital will consider its options in the next few days after Hunter New England Health refused to act on a recommendation to boost staffing levels across several departments. THE association... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Nursing levels still in disputeTENSIONS between nurses and management at Tamworth hospital seem set to continu
Nursing levels still in dispute
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 8 days ago
TENSIONS between nurses and management at Tamworth hospital seem set to continue after Hunter New England Health (HNEH) failed to guarantee it would act on a recommendation from the Industrial Relations Commission over staffing levels. TENSIONS... Read more
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Perth Now
Lecturer keeps job after threatening studentA Broome lecturer has been reinstated and given back pay after being sacked for
Lecturer keeps job after threatening student
Perth Now / Posted 8 days ago
A Broome lecturer has been reinstated and given back pay after being sacked for making threats to break a student’s legs. A TAFE lecturer has been reinstated and given back pay after being sacked for making threats to break a student’s legs. James... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Queensland Health to scrap controversial doctors' contractsQueensland's salaried doctors president Dr Steven Morrison (left) and Together
Queensland Health to scrap controversial doctors' contracts
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
Queensland's salaried doctors president Dr Steven Morrison (left) and Together Queensland Union doctors representative Rob Elliot with Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Health Minister Cameron Dick at Sunday's announcement. Photo:... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Qld cop says he's been underpaid $50,000Sgt Rick Flori Photo: Network Ten A police whistleblower facing criminal charg
Qld cop says he's been underpaid $50,000
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
Sgt Rick Flori Photo: Network Ten A police whistleblower facing criminal charges for leaking CCTV footage is in a heated battle for almost $50,000 in what he claims are unpaid wages. Sergeant Rick Flori has taken his fight to the Queensland... Read more
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Sky News Australia
CCC urged to review whistleblower caseQueensland's corruption watchdog has been urged to review charges against a pol
CCC urged to review whistleblower case
Sky News Australia / Posted 16 days ago
Queensland's corruption watchdog has been urged to review charges against a police whistleblower who exposed officers assaulting a handcuffed man, amid fears of a cover-up. Gold Coast police sergeant Rick Flori is facing a criminal misconduct charge... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Qld cop says he's been underpaid $50,000A POLICE whistleblower facing criminal charges for leaking CCTV footage is in a
Qld cop says he's been underpaid $50,000
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
A POLICE whistleblower facing criminal charges for leaking CCTV footage is in a heated battle for almost $50,000 in what he claims are unpaid wages. SERGEANT Rick Flori has taken his fight to the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission in... Read more
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Weekly Times
Qld cop says he's been underpaid $50,000A POLICE whistleblower facing criminal charges for leaking CCTV footage is in a
Qld cop says he's been underpaid $50,000
Weekly Times / Posted 16 days ago
A POLICE whistleblower facing criminal charges for leaking CCTV footage is in a heated battle for almost $50,000 in what he claims are unpaid wages. SERGEANT Rick Flori has taken his fight to the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission in... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Qld cop says he's been underpaid $50,000A POLICE whistleblower facing criminal charges for leaking CCTV footage is in a
Qld cop says he's been underpaid $50,000
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
A POLICE whistleblower facing criminal charges for leaking CCTV footage is in a heated battle for almost $50,000 in what he claims are unpaid wages. SERGEANT Rick Flori has taken his fight to the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission in... Read more
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Herald Sun
Qld cop says he's been underpaid $50,000A POLICE whistleblower facing criminal charges for leaking CCTV footage is in a
Qld cop says he's been underpaid $50,000
Herald Sun / Posted 16 days ago
A POLICE whistleblower facing criminal charges for leaking CCTV footage is in a heated battle for almost $50,000 in what he claims are unpaid wages. SERGEANT Rick Flori has taken his fight to the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission in... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Police whistleblower moved to prevent harassment, hearing toldQueensland police whistleblower Sergeant Rick Flori moved to prevent harassment
Police whistleblower moved to prevent harassment, hearing told
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
Queensland police whistleblower Sergeant Rick Flori moved to prevent harassment, commission hears Photo: Sergeant Rick Flori is accused of leaking surveillance footage of colleagues allegedly assaulting a handcuffed man. (ABC News: Ashleigh... Read more
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News.com.au
Qld cop says he's been underpaid $50,000breaking news A POLICE whistleblower facing criminal charges for leaking CCT
Qld cop says he's been underpaid $50,000
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
breaking news A POLICE whistleblower facing criminal charges for leaking CCTV footage is in a heated battle for almost $50,000 in what he claims are unpaid wages. SERGEANT Rick Flori has taken his fight to... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Officer says he's been underpaid $50,000A police whistleblower facing criminal charges for leaking CCTV footage is in a
Officer says he's been underpaid $50,000
Sky News Australia / Posted 16 days ago
A police whistleblower facing criminal charges for leaking CCTV footage is in a heated battle for almost $50,000 in what he claims are unpaid wages. Sergeant Rick Flori has taken his fight to the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission in... Read more
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Perth Now
SA forestry workers sign on with new groupMOST South Australian forestry workers have signed on with a private company ta
SA forestry workers sign on with new group
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
MOST South Australian forestry workers have signed on with a private company taking over management of forests and timber plantations in the state's southeast. EMPLOYMENT offers were made to 59 workers and 56 have accepted, OneFortyOne Plantations... Read more
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Adelaide Now
SA forestry workers sign on with new groupMOST South Australian forestry workers have signed on with a private company ta
SA forestry workers sign on with new group
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
MOST South Australian forestry workers have signed on with a private company taking over management of forests and timber plantations in the state's southeast. EMPLOYMENT offers were made to 59 workers and 56 have accepted, OneFortyOne Plantations... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Sergeant Rick Flori claims police service owes him $48,500 in travel entitlementsA SENIOR police officer charged with criminal misconduct for allegedly leaking
Sergeant Rick Flori claims police service owes him $48,500 in travel entitlements
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
A SENIOR police officer charged with criminal misconduct for allegedly leaking footage of a police bashing on the Gold Coast has denied lying, grossly exaggerating or changing his evidence in an unrelated hearing in the Queensland Industrial... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Doctor launches legal action to appeal sackingSacked Mackay doctor Peter Wirth launches legal action to appeal against his te
Doctor launches legal action to appeal sacking
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
Sacked Mackay doctor Peter Wirth launches legal action to appeal against his termination Photo: Dr Peter Wirth worked in the Mackay Base Hospital's emergency department until he was sacked in January. (Facebook: Mackay Hospital and Health... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Forestry SA workers refuse private moveWORKERS at the state-run Forestry SA are refusing to accept a transfer to a pri
Forestry SA workers refuse private move
Adelaide Now / Posted 17 days ago
WORKERS at the state-run Forestry SA are refusing to accept a transfer to a private company because their existing redundancy entitlements were left off the new contract. ONEFORTYONE Plantations is set to take over from Forestry SA in managing... Read more
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Herald Sun
Forestry SA workers refuse private moveWORKERS at the state-run Forestry SA are refusing to accept a transfer to a pri
Forestry SA workers refuse private move
Herald Sun / Posted 17 days ago
WORKERS at the state-run Forestry SA are refusing to accept a transfer to a private company because their existing redundancy entitlements were left off the new contract. ONEFORTYONE Plantations is set to take over from Forestry SA in managing... Read more
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Weekly Times
Forestry SA workers refuse private moveWORKERS at the state-run Forestry SA are refusing to accept a transfer to a pri
Forestry SA workers refuse private move
Weekly Times / Posted 17 days ago
WORKERS at the state-run Forestry SA are refusing to accept a transfer to a private company because their existing redundancy entitlements were left off the new contract. ONEFORTYONE Plantations is set to take over from Forestry SA in managing... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Forestry SA workers refuse private moveWORKERS at the state-run Forestry SA are refusing to accept a transfer to a pri
Forestry SA workers refuse private move
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
WORKERS at the state-run Forestry SA are refusing to accept a transfer to a private company because their existing redundancy entitlements were left off the new contract. ONEFORTYONE Plantations is set to take over from Forestry SA in managing... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
‘Serious breach of trust’ in care failure risked safetyA FORMER Maryborough child safety worker who took her old employer to court ove
‘Serious breach of trust’ in care failure risked safety
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
A FORMER Maryborough child safety worker who took her old employer to court over allegations she tried to take a child from his mother has had her case dismissed. In a recent judgement published, the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission found... Read more
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News Mail
‘Serious breach of trust’ in care failure risked safetyA FORMER Maryborough child safety worker who took her old employer to court ove
‘Serious breach of trust’ in care failure risked safety
News Mail / Posted 19 days ago
A FORMER Maryborough child safety worker who took her old employer to court over allegations she tried to take a child from his mother has had her case dismissed. In a recent judgement published, the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission found... Read more
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News Mail
Court determines child safety worker sacking justifiedA FORMER Maryborough child safety worker who took her old employer to court ove
Court determines child safety worker sacking justified
News Mail / Posted 21 days ago
A FORMER Maryborough child safety worker who took her old employer to court over allegations she tried to take a child from his mother has had her case dismissed. In a judgment published this week, the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission... Read more
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News Mail
Claims Main Roads department ‘victimised’ employee dismissedA SUNSHINE Coast man has lost a legal case against his former employer, the Dep
Claims Main Roads department ‘victimised’ employee dismissed
News Mail / Posted 21 days ago
A SUNSHINE Coast man has lost a legal case against his former employer, the Department of Transport and Main Roads that he claimed victimised him and forced him into taking an early retirement. In an industrial relations case, former Gympie and... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Court determines child safety worker sacking justifiedA FORMER Maryborough child safety worker who took her old employer to court ove
Court determines child safety worker sacking justified
The Daily Mercury / Posted 21 days ago
A FORMER Maryborough child safety worker who took her old employer to court over allegations she tried to take a child from his mother has had her case dismissed. In a judgment published this week, the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Claims Main Roads department ‘victimised’ employee dismissedA SUNSHINE Coast man has lost a legal case against his former employer, the Dep
Claims Main Roads department ‘victimised’ employee dismissed
The Daily Mercury / Posted 21 days ago
A SUNSHINE Coast man has lost a legal case against his former employer, the Department of Transport and Main Roads that he claimed victimised him and forced him into taking an early retirement. In an industrial relations case, former Gympie and... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Court determines child safety worker sacking justifiedA FORMER Maryborough child safety worker who took her old employer to court ove
Court determines child safety worker sacking justified
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 21 days ago
A FORMER Maryborough child safety worker who took her old employer to court over allegations she tried to take a child from his mother has had her case dismissed. In a judgment published this week, the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Claims Main Roads department ‘victimised’ employee dismissedA SUNSHINE Coast man has lost a legal case against his former employer, the Dep
Claims Main Roads department ‘victimised’ employee dismissed
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 21 days ago
A SUNSHINE Coast man has lost a legal case against his former employer, the Department of Transport and Main Roads that he claimed victimised him and forced him into taking an early retirement. In an industrial relations case, former Gympie and... Read more
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Queensland Times
Claims Main Roads department ‘victimised’ employee dismissedA SUNSHINE Coast man has lost a legal case against his former employer, the Dep
Claims Main Roads department ‘victimised’ employee dismissed
Queensland Times / Posted 21 days ago
A SUNSHINE Coast man has lost a legal case against his former employer, the Department of Transport and Main Roads that he claimed victimised him and forced him into taking an early retirement. In an industrial relations case, former Gympie and... Read more
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Queensland Times
Court determines child safety worker sacking justifiedA FORMER Maryborough child safety worker who took her old employer to court ove
Court determines child safety worker sacking justified
Queensland Times / Posted 21 days ago
A FORMER Maryborough child safety worker who took her old employer to court over allegations she tried to take a child from his mother has had her case dismissed. In a judgment published this week, the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Claims Main Roads department ‘victimised’ employee dismissedA SUNSHINE Coast man has lost a legal case against his former employer, the Dep
Claims Main Roads department ‘victimised’ employee dismissed
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 21 days ago
A SUNSHINE Coast man has lost a legal case against his former employer, the Department of Transport and Main Roads that he claimed victimised him and forced him into taking an early retirement. In an industrial relations case, former Gympie and... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Court determines child safety worker sacking justifiedA FORMER Maryborough child safety worker who took her old employer to court ove
Court determines child safety worker sacking justified
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 21 days ago
A FORMER Maryborough child safety worker who took her old employer to court over allegations she tried to take a child from his mother has had her case dismissed. In a judgment published this week, the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Halal good buy? I don’t know whyAUSTRALIANS are asking what in halal is going on with religious food certificat
Halal good buy? I don’t know why
Daily Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
AUSTRALIANS are asking what in halal is going on with religious food certification and demanding an end to being forced to pay for Islamic blessings on ordinary supermarket food items. The Senate Economics References Committee’s inquiry into third... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Woman convicted of fraud sues council for unfair dismissalA FORMER Richmond Valley Council employee who received a 12 month suspended sen
Woman convicted of fraud sues council for unfair dismissal
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 23 days ago
A FORMER Richmond Valley Council employee who received a 12 month suspended sentence for defrauding a Casino business of almost $17,000 is taking the council to court for unfair dismissal. Debra Lee Mortimer appeared in Casino Local Court yesterday... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Woman convicted of fraud sues council for unfair dismissalA FORMER Richmond Valley Council employee who received a 12 month suspended sen
Woman convicted of fraud sues council for unfair dismissal
Daily Examiner / Posted 23 days ago
A FORMER Richmond Valley Council employee who received a 12 month suspended sentence for defrauding a Casino business of almost $17,000 is taking the council to court for unfair dismissal. Debra Lee Mortimer appeared in Casino Local Court yesterday... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Woman convicted of fraud sues council for unfair dismissalA FORMER Richmond Valley Council employee who received a 12 month suspended sen
Woman convicted of fraud sues council for unfair dismissal
The Daily Mercury / Posted 23 days ago
A FORMER Richmond Valley Council employee who received a 12 month suspended sentence for defrauding a Casino business of almost $17,000 is taking the council to court for unfair dismissal. Debra Lee Mortimer appeared in Casino Local Court yesterday... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Woman convicted of fraud sues council for unfair dismissalA FORMER Richmond Valley Council employee who received a 12 month suspended sen
Woman convicted of fraud sues council for unfair dismissal
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
A FORMER Richmond Valley Council employee who received a 12 month suspended sentence for defrauding a Casino business of almost $17,000 is taking the council to court for unfair dismissal. Debra Lee Mortimer appeared in Casino Local Court yesterday... Read more
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Queensland Times
Woman convicted of fraud sues council for unfair dismissalA FORMER Richmond Valley Council employee who received a 12 month suspended sen
Woman convicted of fraud sues council for unfair dismissal
Queensland Times / Posted 23 days ago
A FORMER Richmond Valley Council employee who received a 12 month suspended sentence for defrauding a Casino business of almost $17,000 is taking the council to court for unfair dismissal. Debra Lee Mortimer appeared in Casino Local Court yesterday... Read more
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News Mail
Woman convicted of fraud sues council for unfair dismissalA FORMER Richmond Valley Council employee who received a 12 month suspended sen
Woman convicted of fraud sues council for unfair dismissal
News Mail / Posted 23 days ago
A FORMER Richmond Valley Council employee who received a 12 month suspended sentence for defrauding a Casino business of almost $17,000 is taking the council to court for unfair dismissal. Debra Lee Mortimer appeared in Casino Local Court yesterday... Read more
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Northern Star
$17k Casino fraudster not jailed, takes council to courtA FORMER Richmond Valley Council employee who received a 12 month suspended sen
$17k Casino fraudster not jailed, takes council to court
Northern Star / Posted 23 days ago
A FORMER Richmond Valley Council employee who received a 12 month suspended sentence for defrauding a Casino business of almost $17,000 is taking the council to court for unfair dismissal. Debra Lee Mortimer appeared in Casino Local Court yesterday... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Incest, paedophilia, homosexuality comments: Judge Garry Neilson 'seriously undermined public confidence'A Sydney judge who compared incest and paedophilia to homosexuality brought the
Incest, paedophilia, homosexuality comments: Judge Garry Neilson 'seriously undermined public confidence'
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 25 days ago
A Sydney judge who compared incest and paedophilia to homosexuality brought the District Court into disrepute and should be reprimanded, the judicial watchdog has heard. A Sydney judge who compared incest and paedophilia to homosexuality brought the... Read more
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