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Published on 05 February 2015: The head rabbi of the conservative Jewish sect at the centre of the sexual abuse controversy currently under investigation by the Royal Commission today apologised for the suffering caused to those abused while under his care.
Published on 05 February 2015: Western Victorian law firm Stringer Clark is now offering local people a free legal advisory service should they need advice in cases where they are caught up in a road accident.
Published on 04 February 2015: A man known simply as AVB, who was sexually abused as a teenager while at Yeshivah Bondi in Sydney, gave an impassioned speech at today's hearings of the Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse about children never consenting to sex with adults.
Published on 03 February 2015: Zephaniah Waks tells of the increasing isolation and ostracism that he and his family suffered at the hands of the Yeshivah religious community, once his son had revealed that an employee of the centre had sexually abused him.
Published on 02 February 2015: It is appropriate that Manny Waks' statement starts the Royal Commission’s first day of hearings into the Yeshivah Centre. His courage is impressive, and you are reminded also of how lonely many survivors feel when they take their complaint to the police.
Published on 31 January 2015: It was good to see determined industrial action achieve a breakthrough as workers at the International Flavours and Fragrances factory have now forced the company to haul in its Asia-Pacific management team to resume negotiations over a new wage deal.
Published on 30 January 2015: The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has recommended a national overhaul of laws on pre-employment checks for people who work with children to ensure a uniform national approach.
Published on 30 January 2015: The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse will hold its first public hearings in the regional Victorian city of Ballarat in May 2015.
Published on 30 January 2015: Modelling undertaken on behalf of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse suggests that non-government organisations and governments could be facing a total compensation bill of $3.8 billion.
Published on 29 January 2015: As the Royal Commission on Child Sexual Abuse throws open public debate on the controversial issue of how best to compensate the survivors of sexual abuse, we’re calling on those institutions that allowed the abuse to occur to pay up.
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