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Plumber seeks $500,000 in damages from city council over sore backside (22/4/2014)
A plumber developed a $500,000 pain in the backside after repeatedly jumping in and out of his truck to fix Townsvilles sewerage system.
Source: Courier Mail
Truck driver burned when hot radiator fluid explodes in cab (22/4/2014)
A bizarre traffic incident has left a man in hospital with serious burns.
Souurce: Courier Mail
E-cigarettes' case goes up in smoke following landmark ruling in WA court (22/4/2014)
NSW tobacco laws could be amended to specifically outlaw electronic cigarettes after a landmark legal test case in WA led to the criminal prosecution of an online stockist.
Fatal coal mine collapse: recovery operation hampered by age, depth of Hunter Valley mine (17/4/2014)
The man tasked with retrieving the bodies of two mine workers in the New South Wales Hunter Valley says the depth of the coal mine poses some challenges.
DHS under fire as Centrelink worker wins compensation appeal (17/4/2014)Back to top
The Department of Human Services has been savaged by a federal tribunal over its handling of bullying accusations at a Sydney Centrelink Office.
Source: Canberra Times