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NZCity
Worker awarded $15k after smelter blastA foundry worker who was seriously burnt after an aluminium explosion at his wo
Worker awarded $15k after smelter blast
NZCity / Posted 13 days ago
A foundry worker who was seriously burnt after an aluminium explosion at his workplace has been awarded $15,000 in reparations. The employee had serious burns to his foot, and further injuries to his left hand, arm, chest and head after he went to... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Aluminium company to pay 48K after employee burnt at workTuesday, 18 August 2015, 5:25 pmPress Release: WorkSafe NZMEDIA RELEASE18 Augus
Aluminium company to pay 48K after employee burnt at work
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 13 days ago
Tuesday, 18 August 2015, 5:25 pmPress Release: WorkSafe NZMEDIA RELEASE18 August 2015McKechnie Aluminium Solutions Limited has been... Read more
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WBUR Boston
State Looks To Reform Handling Of Involuntary Commitments For Substance AbuseBOSTON The Massachusetts response to the heroin and opioid addiction crisis cen
State Looks To Reform Handling Of Involuntary Commitments For Substance Abuse
WBUR Boston / Posted 25 days ago
BOSTON The Massachusetts response to the heroin and opioid addiction crisis centers around making more treatment available. Plymouth District Court Judge Rosemary Minehan, a member of Gov. Charlie Baker’s opioid task force, says Section 35 requests... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Fonterra fined $192kFonterra has been fined $192,000 this morning after it discharged buttermilk in
Fonterra fined $192k
Otago Daily Times / Posted 29 days ago
Fonterra has been fined $192,000 this morning after it discharged buttermilk in a South Taranaki treatment pond that caused a stench in the local area. The country's largest milk producer was last month found guilty of breaching the Resource... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Fonterra fined over buttermilk stenchEnvironment Court Judge Brian Dwyer said he was satisfied beyond reasonable dou
Fonterra fined over buttermilk stench
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 29 days ago
Environment Court Judge Brian Dwyer said he was satisfied beyond reasonable doubt that the buttermilk discharged by Fonterra in October 2013 was the source and cause of the odour. Photo / Bloomberg Fonterra has been fined $192,000 this morning after... Read more

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