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O’Meara waiting for all-clear from medical team

Loading But Clarkson joked he would love to see O’Meara wear the same helmet as club legend Dunstall did on returning from a fractured skull in 1990. Photos of Dunstall wearing the “crash hat” have continually surfaced in his media work during the last 20 years. “It’s an incident that’s …

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Former Triguboff lawyer claims he was sacked for refusing to lie

Meriton Property Services said it “emphatically denied” that Mr Callaghan was asked to lie in his affidavit. “This is completely rejected and false,” the company said. In a Federal Circuit Court claim, Mr Callaghan said he attended a meeting on February 3 with Mr Triguboff, his daughter Orna Triguboff and …

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Attenborough to set out vision for future in new book

Loading “But it is also a hopeful book – it offers a different future. “It describes some of the ways in which we can begin to turn things around if only we all have the will to do so. “Surely together, we must now find that determination, and begin to …

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‘Boys’ club’: Inquiry finds unacceptable sexual harassment, bullying at Airservices

The workplace culture at Airservices Australia, the federal agency responsible for ensuring safe navigation in the skies, had unacceptable levels of bullying and sexual harassment, an inquiry has found. Airservices Australia, which operates air traffic control across the nation and beyond, promised a string of changes after publishing a 72-page …

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Franklin Dam-like court judgment to protect Victoria’s endangered species from loggers

The group’s advocacy paid off this week, when FLBP won a landmark court case against state government logging agency VicForests in the Federal Court. FLBP successfully argued that logging by VicForests in 66 areas of habitat essential to the Leadbeater’s possum and the greater glider possum had contravened federal law. …

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