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First asbestos-contaminated Mr Fluffy Canberra home demolished

First asbestos-contaminated Mr Fluffy Canberra home demolished

Tuesday 7 July | Source: ABC News Online

The first Mr Fluffy asbestos-contaminated home, at Wanniassa in Canberra's south, has been demolished by the ACT Government as part of its buyback scheme. Read more

Smoking banned at NSW outdoor dining areas from today

Smoking banned at NSW outdoor dining areas from today

Monday 6 July | Source: Daily Telegraph

Under amendments to the 2000 Smoke-free Environment Act, from today smoking is banned in NSW commercial outdoor dining areas. Read more

Early super for those terminally ill

Early super for those terminally ill

Monday 6 July | Source: Daily Telegraph

Under new regulatory changes to superannuation that came into effect last week, terminally ill people will be able to apply to withdraw their super if they have a life expectancy of two years or less. Read more

ACT Government releases addresses of 1,200 Mr Fluffy homes in Canberra

ACT Government releases addresses of 1,200 Mr Fluffy homes in Canberra

Friday 3 July | Source: ABC News 24

The ACT Government has released the addresses of 1,022 Canberra homes contaminated with loose-fill asbestos installed as insulation by the Canberra-based Mr Fluffy company in the 1960s and 1970s. Read more

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