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Loddon Campaspe CLC challenges VCAT fee hike

The state government recently proposed a four-fold fee increase for the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT). The proposed increase will mean applications to VCAT’s Civil List rise from $38.80 to $160.40. Loddon Campaspe CLC believes that Victoria needs a cost-effective, quick and simple forum in which consumer matters can be heard. Accordingly, we felt […]

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Missing Persons Conference

Later this week Griffith University will host a two-day conference – Missing People: Issues and Implications. The conference will canvas the issues faced by families, communities and organisations when someone goes missing. There is an impressive list of conference speakers, including Bruce Morcombe (the father of missing boy Daniel Morcombe), Nicole Batch (National Program Coordinator […]

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Elderly couple’s innocent housing application lands them in VCAT

Muriel and Mark* are married and in their mid seventies. They contacted Loddon Campaspe CLC’s office of Seniors Rights Victoria several months ago. At the time they were living in low-level care in a facility in Gippsland. Muriel and Mark both have children from previous marriages and there was a history of conflict between members […]

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