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Indonesian study finds oil spill has led to $1.5 billon loss

The Centre for Energy and Environmental Studies in Jakarta has found an oil spill in Australia is still costing the local Indonesian community more than $1.5 billion  per year. In

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Injured NSW workers could loose holiday and long service pay

NSW is set to be advised employers no longer have to provide annual leave entitlements to their workers, for the time taken off due to sickness or injury. WorkCover NSW

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UN Secretary General calls for International action on Syria

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon has called on world powers to urgently unite to end the bloodshed in Syria, recalling the inertia of the United Nations in 1995, as genocide occurred in

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News Bulletin 26/7/12

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430 Jobs to go at Caltex's Kurnell refinery

Oil company Caltex has confirmed it will close its Kurnell refinery in Sydney in the second half of 2014, at the expense of at least 430 jobs. Around another 400

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ADFA case dropped

The case against an Australian Defence Force Academy cadet, who allegedly filmed a female cadet in the shower, has been dismissed. 21 year old Obaid Fayyaz was accused of placing a

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News Bulletin 25/7/12

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NDIS high on the agenda at COAG

Supporters of the National Disability Insurance Scheme remain concerned this morning, as state and territory leaders meet at the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) meeting in Canberra today. The NDIS is high

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Violence escalates in Syria as the US calls for action

Violence has escalated in Syria overnight, in the commercial city of Aleppo, where the government has reportedly unleashed attack helicopters and warplanes to the area. The battle in Aleppo has

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Calls for greater uptake of long acting contraception

An expert in women’s health says there is room for improvement in the uptake of long acting contraception in the younger age group. A study published in the Medical Journal