This week some businesses in Yeppoon organised a meeting to express concerns about the Queensland Government’s introduction of a mandatory vaccine passport. With just four days of planning, around 600 passionate and concerned people crammed into the Yeppoon town hall. I have never seen a political reaction like it.
Harold Molle developed a blood clot in his leg three days after his second dose of Astra Zeneca. It had to be amputated. (9News)
Clare Eves, a medical compensation expert from Shine Lawyers says claims would be limited to moderate to severe reactions.
An Edward Hospital patient who received the controversial drug ivermectin to treat his COVID-19 infection is breathing on his own, according to one of his attorneys.
The attorney provided an update to DuPage County Judge Paul Fullerton on Friday morning. Fullerton had ordered the Naperville hospital earlier this […]
Taxpayers are facing a hefty bill for rare but significant coronavirus vaccine injuries, with at least 10,000 people planning to claim under the federal government’s no-fault indemnity scheme.
Services Australia is building an online portal, to be launched next month, for uncapped claims above $5000 from those who suffered injury […]
Victoria Police will pay $11.75 million to a man left paralysed after police officers allegedly used excessive force while responding to a noise complaint.
The “excessive” fines and charges issued by NSW Police in its attempts to enforce a number of COVID-19 restrictions have had an “unsustainable impact on courts” and has ultimately slowed the state’s recovery, the Aboriginal Legal Service said.
New data from the Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research […]
The Legal Aid Commission of New South Wales is a publicly funded government organisation which provides legal services to socially and economically disadvantaged people across the state in areas including criminal law, family law and some areas of civil law.
It currently employs over 1,300 people, has 25 offices, 2 satellite offices and operates in 243 […]
Government has so far failed to make the scientific case
Covid-status certification would certify as Covid-safe people who have had the vaccine or a negative test. The Government began a review on the idea in March to decide if they were an appropriate tool to help reopen the economy. A decision must be made by Monday […]
Fair Work Commission deputy president barred from hearing vaccine matters until training is completed
A Fair Work Commission (FWC) deputy president who railed against vaccine mandates will be barred from hearing workplace vaccination matters and will be excluded from full bench work until she completes training.
Deputy president Lyndall Dean last month likened vaccination mandates to “medical apartheid and segregation” and […]
More than 500 healthcare workers have launched legal action in the Supreme Court in Hobart challenging the government’s vaccine mandate, which is days away from enforcement.
But before the challenge can be heard, the group is seeking an injunction on the mandate — meaning it would be temporarily suspended […]