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If you have been exposed to asbestos, regardless of how recently, please submit your details to our Australian Asbestos Register. This free register allows us to identify potential affected groups and may assist with any future litigation.

Exposure to asbestos can take years or even decades to develop to the point where obvious symptoms of mesothelioma or asbestosis arise. Strict time limits apply for bringing asbestos claims, so it is important to record details of your asbestos exposure when it first occurs.

If you have been exposed to asbestos you can join Shine's Australian Asbestos Register by scrolling down this page to the form below.

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During an average week in Australia, about 3.74 million people ride a bike for transport or recreation. Those are the findings of the National Cycling Participation Survey 2017, with rates highest in the Northern Territory and the ACT (http://www.bicyclecouncil.com.au/publication/national-cycling-participation-survey-2017). Yet the road is all too often a dangerous place for cyclists. In 2017, ABC News […]

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My rights in the #MeToo Movement
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My rights in the #MeToo Movement

The #MeToo movement has recently shined a light on the prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace. A recent study conducted by Shine Lawyers revealed that 19% of women surveyed had been sexually harassed at work. The #MeToo movement has proven to give a voice to victims of unacceptable and unlawful behaviour, who in many […]

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