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Published on 18 May 2017: The introduction of robots to complicated surgical procedures raises new concerns and questions over the treatment of injuries.
Published on 11 May 2017: A lack of information has left abuse survivors questioning whether they will be eligible for compensation and wondering how the scheme will be implemented by 2018, as committed to by the federal government.
Published on 04 May 2017: In what is being described as an unprecedented move, the digital app, Airtasker, announced that it will seek to provide minimum working wages to workers.
Published on 20 April 2017: Unlike WorkCover, very little information is publicly available about how the Country Fire Authority’s unique injury claims and compensation system works.
Published on 18 April 2017: TAC decision to deny extra compensation to a boy made quadriplegic as a result of a road accident has been upheld on appeal by the Victorian Supreme Court.
Published on 07 April 2017: Over the past four years, Ryan Carlisle Thomas has received a large number of enquiries from members of the public who were sexually abused during their youth.
Published on 05 April 2017: Recent legislation amending the Fair Work Act has created an unworkable situation, with major restructuring of Victoria’s fire services now needed.
Published on 30 March 2017: The Victorian Govt. has introduced new WorkCover legislation into parliament in order to strengthen and extend the benefits and rights of injured workers.
Published on 29 March 2017: Those of us working in offices in built up areas will recognise the many people walking the streets who have been described in the media as 'phone zombies'.
Published on 28 March 2017: New statistics released by the Royal Commission into child sex abuse reveal that 22 Anglican archdioceses received 1115 reports of complaints of child sexual abuse between 1980 and 2015.
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