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Consumer Protection and the Building Commission have issued a joint warning to landlords and tenants insisting pool fences and safety barriers must be properly maintained to keep children safe this summer.

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A LITTLE boy has died after apparently being strangled by cords from curtains next to his cot.

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AN elderly man was killed and his fibro home reduced to a pile of splinters in a gas explosion that reverberated across a NSW mid-north coast town yesterday.

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A three-year-old girl has fallen through a fly screen and out a first-floor window of a house on Sydney’s northern beaches.

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How safe are your premises? Landlords can be held liable for leasing unsafe premises. A landlord has a general duty of care to a tenant to ensure that the leased premises are safe. 

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The death of two young brothers in a rental property in Central Victoria is a tragic reminder that increased education is needed in the industry, according to one award-wining director.

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An eight-year-old boy has drowned in a backyard pool on Sydney’s north shore, after going missing for about an hour.

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A real estate agent was recently found liable for the injury of a tenant at a rental property and ordered to pay more than $800,000 in damages.

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A two-year-old boy is in intensive care in hospital after falling about 13 metres from a unit block window and landing on concrete in Sydney’s north-west.

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Professional indemnity (PI) insurance is a must in Australia’s increasingly litigious society. But how many industry professionals really know how their policy works? One Queensland-based principal discovered, to their cost, that they didn’t. 

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