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Rooming Houses – Legislation update

From Wednesday 3 April 2019, rooming house operators can apply to the Director of Consumer Affairs Victoria to stop the public from seeing their property’s address on the Rooming houses public register. The Director will only restrict public access to the address when there are exceptional circumstances. This may include suppressing the address of a […]

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State Government Media Release – ‘Compensating Residents Forced Out By Park Closures’

The Andrews Labor Government is making life easier for caravan and residential park residents, who now may be eligible to receive compensation in the event of a park closure, under new reforms coming into effect today. There has been a spate of park closures in the past few years, often leaving the state’s most vulnerable […]

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Government Media Release- Protecting Children With New Religious Confession Laws

Protecting Children With New Religious Confession Laws 7th Sep 2018 People in religious ministry will face criminal charges if they fail to report child abuse – including when disclosed during confession – under new laws to be introduced by a re-elected Andrews Labor Government. The systemic and horrific abuse of children revealed in the Royal […]

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