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Teacher a victim of ‘bad’ law

September 16, 2018
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The Federal Education Minister says the Orbost teacher casewarrants ministerial discretion. (The Age — 21 hours ago)
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Victorian teachers unanimously back a call for sacked Orbostteacher Andrew Phillips to be reinstated. (The Age — 18 March, 2005)
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Victorian teachers are voting on a resolution calling for thereinstatement of Orbost teacher Andrew Phillips. (The Age — 18 March, 2005)
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The Privacy Commissioner says draft laws to protect children areill-advised, fail to target adults who pose the greatest risk, andwill result in a loss of privacy. (The Age — 18 March, 2005)
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VCE students of the first teacher to lose his job under the BracksGovernment’s controversial compulsory criminal records checks havebeen forced to study without contact with a teacher. (The Age — 15 March, 2005)
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A teacher who has lost his job over a child sex offence more than adecade ago did not have intercourse with the girl involved, hissister says. (The Age — 16 March, 2005)
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The Opposition says schools should not hesitate to call in policewhen dealing with violence. (The Age — 16 March, 2005)
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