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5 November 2002
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4 October 2002
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作者: Michael Warner, Herald Sun [Australia]

Passive smoking fears may trigger a staff walk-out at Crown casino

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25 September 2002
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作者: Cy Ryan, Las Vegas Sun

A divided federal appeals court has ruled that an openly gay man is entitled to bring a sexual harassment lawsuit under the U.S. Civil Rights Act, even though all his accused tormentors were fellow male employees.

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7 August 2002
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作者: Jill Pengelley, Advertiser [Adelaide, South Australia]

The smoker's front bar is under threat, with the State Government announcing plans for more limits on smoking. Health Minister Lea Stevens yesterday announced a taskforce to prepare for "strong tobacco-control legislation" but stopped short of using...

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17 April 2002
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作者: Liquor, Hospitality & Miscellaneous Workers Union

Tasmanian hospitality workers working in gaming areas at the casinos, pubs and clubs want bans on cigarette smoking because they view the existing situation as an unacceptable threat to their health

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15 April 2002
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作者: Kristine Gough, The Australian

Research by the Liquor Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers Union, with the Victorian Cancer Council, has found smoke-exposed workers suffer significant health problems.

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14 April 2002
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作者: Australian Liquor, Hospitality & Miscellaneous Workers Union

Hospitality workers most at risk from exposure to tobacco smoke: exemptions to new Victorian legislation may result in law suits, the LHMU has warned.

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14 April 2002
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作者: Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Victoria's Health Minister, John Thwaites, has ruled out an immediate ban on smoking in all areas of Melbourne's Crown Casino and other hospitality venues. The Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers Union has urged the Government to move quickly...

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14 April 2002
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1 April 2002
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作者: Mark Landler, New York Times

Hong Kong's government plans to tackle at least one of these occupational hazards - making employees of mah-jongg parlors eligible for compensation for loss of hearing suffered on the job...In addition to mah-jongg workers, the Hong Kong authorities...

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