Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s historic announcement on better pay for community sector workers leads our media update. Juvenile justice, a UK court ruling on church liability for abuse, and screening of carers also feature.
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Historic pay agreement for community sector
- Gillard Government to deliver historic pay rise for social and community workers (Media release), 10 November 2011
- Address to social and community sector workers, Sydney, (Prime Minister’s Address), 10 November 2011
- Equal pay, ABC Radio National Breakfast, 11 November 2011
- Community sector workers to get pay rise, The Age, 11 November 2011
- Government backs social sector payrise, ABC News Online, 10 November 2011
- Federal Government pushes on equal pay, ABC Radio National PM, 10 November 2011
- Federal Government to spend $2b to fund pay equity case, ABC Radio National The World Today, 10 November 2011
- Historic pay agreement for community workers, Pro Bono News, 10 November 2011
- Historic moment for community sector workers, VCOSS media release, 10 November 2011
- Crack appears in juvenile detention plan, The Age, 10 November 2011
- Gross violence laws "won’t cut crime", The Age, 10 November 2011
- Juvenile mandatory sentencing plan deferred, ABC News Online, 10 November 2011
UK ruling on church abuse
- Church loses sex abuse test case, The Age, 10 November 2011
Need to strengthen carer screening
- Checks fail: sex offenders cleared to work with kids, Herald Sun, 8 November 2011
- Sex fiends beat vetting process, Herald Sun, 8 November 2011
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