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Published on 09 December 2014: Survivors of sexual abuse in Victoria are hoping for major reforms and higher compensation payouts following a review of the Catholic Church’s Melbourne Response program.
Published on 28 November 2014: The conviction this week of Ronald Buckley is an interesting example of how, by using our extensive database, RCT was able to assist to corroborate and expedite investigations by police that ultimately led to the conviction of a paedophile.
Published on 25 November 2014: The revelations of sexual and other types of abuse within Yooralla reported in The Age and on ABC Four Corners are not isolated or atypical. They are symptomatic of systemic problems, particularly with out of home care.
Published on 24 November 2014: Asbestos Awareness Week kicks off today amid new claims made by The Age newspaper that a secret audit conducted by WorkSafe into Victorian public schools, found that only eight percent of Victorian schools were free of asbestos.
Published on 24 November 2014: Asbestos and health and safety experts from across the world have been told at an international conference in Melbourne that the number of asbestos-related diseases reported is not expected to peak until 2023-24.
Published on 21 November 2014: If you are genuinely experiencing marital stresses and strains sufficient enough to have you contemplating splitting up sometime early next year, there are three ways to protect yourself and your children.
Published on 20 November 2014: Many parents who are separated but share care of the children of the relationship often have long-term agreements about where the children spend Christmas.
Published on 12 November 2014: The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has revealed the waiting list for people wanting a private session with the Commission is now nine months long.
Published on 10 November 2014: When Victorian schoolteacher Peter Doulis was awarded nearly $1.3m in damages in September, the story attracted star billing in the media. You could almost hear the collective sucking in of breath at the size of the amount awarded by the Supreme Court.
Published on 10 November 2014: Survivors of institutional child abuse have told a United Nations committee Australia has its breached international legal obligations to protect children from torture.
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