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Economic Recovery

Leader In World Economic Recovery

Australia is a leader in world economic recovery post  Covid lockdowns.  Food for thought for those seeking secure markets for investment and growth. Even during the GFC Australia has remained buoyant and stable, avoiding recession apart from a single quarter last year as a direct result of lockdown. With a stable government, economy, legal system and standard of living, Australia has always been a prime...

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Covid 19 Vaccination in the Workplace

Covid 19 Vaccinations in Workplace

Can your employer force you to have Covid 19 vaccination? Name* ...

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Why Divorce is different for the wealthy

Divorce for the Wealthy

Anna Murdoch Man divorce from Rupert Murdoch. Anna awarded $1.7 Billion (in 1999)Jocelyn Wildenstein divorce from Alex Wildenstein. Jocelyn awarded $3.8 Billion (in 1999)MacKenzie Bezos divorce from Jeff Bezos’s. Mackenzie awarded $38 Billion (in 2019) ...

sexual-abuse-apology

Sexual Abuse Apology

Sexual Abuse Apology and the 9 Positive Developments within the Legal System Since the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse A national apology delivered to those who suffered abuse in institutions within Australia A collective social shift in the way institutional abuse has historically been viewed and dealt with Increased scrutiny on institution and recognition of past wrongs Increased funding for support services for survivors...

Grace Tame Sexual Abuse

Sexual Assault Survivor

Sexual Assault Survivor - Australian of the Year 2021 Grace Tame has been named Australian of the Year for 2021 at an awards ceremony in Canberra at the national arboretum. Grace was groomed and sexually assaulted as a 15 year old girl whilst attending St Michael’s Collegiate School in Hobart by her then maths teacher Nicolaas Bester. The 58-year-old teacher groomed Ms Tame and repeatedly sexually...

Relationship Breakdown

Relationship Breakdown Advice

In Breakdown of a Relationship Get Advice as to your Personal Position Before You Proceed If you are in a marriage or de-facto relationship that is now untenable and you feel that enough is enough, please ensure you seek sound legal advice as soon as possible, ideally before ‘making the break’ , but in any event to ensure you are empowered with as much information...

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Sexual Abuse Ballarat

Seven Virtues to STOP Sexual Abuse

The Seven Virtues to STOP Institutional Sexual Abuse The Royal Commission into Institutional Sexual Abuse identified a number of systemic issues within institutions which have led to abuse occurring. Identifying the systemic issues provides us with an opportunity to act to address deficiencies within institutions and to ensure such issues are not repeated in the future. What might be some ways to stop institutional sexual...

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Trinity Grammar Sexual Abuse

Teacher Arrested Trinity Grammar

Another Teacher Discovered and Arrested for Attempted Child Abuse It was reported in the Sydney Morning Herald today in an article by Mary Ward, that a teacher otherwise employed by Trinity Grammar School had been charged with on-line grooming of what he believed to be a 13 year old girl. There is no suggestion that any student attending Trinity Grammar had been subject to any abusive...

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Making Employment Decisions

Making Employment Decisions Under Pressure and on the Fly – Consider the Consequences Carefully The current pandemic of Covid-19 has caused both Government and Business to respond swiftly to the crisis in a multitude of ways. Just as the need of having to adapt quickly is paramount, knee-jerk responses are still to be avoided when making employment decisions. Many businesses have had to put staff off,...

BoysTown Abuse De La Salle

BoysTown Abuse

Justice Denied - Sexual Abuse BoysTown This article appeared on ABC news as an Exclusive by Josh Robertson and Henry Zwartz and also this website. At the base of Mount Misery, developers are turning the site of Australia’s largest child abuse/Boys Town abuse cases into a housing estate. Property searches give only a glimpse of how much money was made by the Catholic order that ran BoysTown, after it sold...

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Sports Contract

To Sign or Not to Sign: First read the fine print, then get independent advice The Australian sporting world is watching which way the ball will bounce in the signing of the young superstar Joseph Suaali to Rugby Australia, and what will be the terms of his contract. It brings to mind the complexity of such negotiations, and how young sport stars just commencing their career...

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Sports Abuse

Selected Silence; Sporting Heroes Speak Out Against a System of Sports Abuse Selection. It is the one word that every athlete longs to hear, and the one that holds power over their every move. All sporting codes, be they football, athletics, skating, tennis, swimming, equestrian, dance or motor sport; selection dictates success or obscurity. The mantra is always to not make waves that can destroy...

Brother Neil Richards Blind Justice

Brother Neil Richards

w Former Christian Brother, Brother Desmond Eric “Neil” Richards, commonly known as Brother Neil Richards or Brother Neil, abused his trusted position as a Brother, teacher and principal and committed shocking crimes against children over a 20-year period from the 1960s to 1980s. Decades later he has finally been brought to justice for various crimes as further details of his abuse continue to emerge. Brother Neil...

Hans Winkler Equestrian Olympics

Equestrian Jump Fall

Heeding teen’s horrific equestrian jump fall ‘could have saved Olivia and Caitlyn’s lives’ The family of Olympic equestrian hopeful Chelsea Higgins realised just how lucky she had been when they heard about the falls that killed two of the promising young riders she had competed against. The family of Olympic equestrian hopeful Chelsea Higgins realised just how lucky she had been when they heard about the...

Fight Against Institutional Child Sexual Abuse

Fight Against Institutional Child Sexual Abuse

Another Leader Stands Up to be Counted in the Fight Against Institutional Child Sexual Abuse Sigmund Leon Sokolowski In alignment with the fight against institutional child sexual abuse, it was noted in The Age newspaper on 20 June 2020 in an article by Journalist Simone Fox Koob, that the former Australian Idol winner, Natalie Gauci has commenced a Civil Claim in Victoria against the Catholic Archdiocese...