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New laws to try stamp out modern slavery in Australia and overseas are introduced into Federal Parliament.
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Ripped off, bullied and harassed: Workers 'bonded like slaves investigation finds.Modern slavery laws expected to pass with bipartisan nabha maturity date support.Silent killer finds vocal opponent in terminal ovarian cancer patient.SportRaiders bar Jack Wighton from Broncos game following his guilty plea.An ACT police officer who allegedly crashed his vehicle into another car while responding to a life-threatening incident has been charged over the death and suspended from the force.Live export debate hangs heavy in saleyards as farmers fear for their livelihoods.The NSW town of Dalgety fears Snowy.0 could threaten its future and the health of the Kosciuszko National Park if the company does not return water to the river.Unions and fruit and vegetable farmers can work together to end the exploitation of overseas workers, says an expert in labour supply and migration.An Australian medical appointment booking app, which boasts more than 15 million users a year, is passing on patients' information to personal injury lawyers and other third parties, a revelation prompting the Health Minister to order an investigation.
Top law firms ambulance-chasing tactics revealed in secret document.
A real-life 'soccer-roo' invades the field and halts a local Canberra match for more than half an hour, with commentators saying the animal even sent "a good quality pass".
Nasty viral infection leaves woman without her sense of smell or taste.