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Shock twist in teacher’s grooming case

A former high school teacher who faced child sex offences has left court feeling “very relieved” after charges against her were dropped. Natalie Linda Zuccon, 37, was charged with five aggravated counts of making a child amenable to sexual activity over incidents ...

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State orders ‘high-risk’ teachers to get jab

Queensland is set to bring itself into line with other states in mandating vaccines for its 100,000-plus education workforce, with new rules expected to go live before the start of the 2022 school year. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk on Tuesday also flagged mandatory ...

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Anti-vax principal hatches bizarre new plan

The school principal who threatened to shut down an independent Catholic college due to Western Australia’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate now says he will pay unvaccinated teachers to stay home. It was revealed recently that Adam Zydek, the principal and founder ...

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