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The Time Has (Almost) Come … The Time Is (Almost) Now – Registration of Combustible Cladding And You

The Time Has (Almost) Come … The Time Is (Almost) Now – Registration of Combustible Cladding And You

Published on 30 Nov 2018 by Ben Robertson and Daniel O'Brien

The use of combustible composite panel cladding, such as aluminium composite panels (ACPs) in the construction of multi-storey buildings in many cases present a fire risk, seen in devastating fires both domestically and internationally.

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Community & Associations Newsletter - December 2018

Published on 20 Dec 2018 by Josephine Heesh and Merryn Lynch

Introduction With the approach of Christmas and the holiday period our final newsletter for the year brings you: 1. News of the external conduct standards commencing 1 July 2019. 2. Our involvement with the Aged Care Royal Commission. 3. An alert for the upcoming elections and political advocacy. 4. Recommendations from the Religious Freedom Review. 5. And some Good News!

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CENSORED – the blurred lines of publishing in the “public interest" and the right to a fair trial

Published on 19 Dec 2018 by Joshua Dale

On 11 and 12 December 2018 media outlets, predominantly based out of Victoria, ran front-page news articles referring to a judicial process subject to a suppression order.

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