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InfoTech Services is an Australian owned company that provides fast, reliable and professional I.T. services to all suburbs in Brisbane, the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast. Our mobile technicians are trained in small to large business support as well as private home services. We use only the latest tools and techniques to solve your problem as quickly as possible.
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A RISK-ASSESSMENT tool soon to be introduced will help frontline workers better evaluate women and children's risk of domestic violence, allowing experts to intervene earlier to prevent deaths and injuries.
THE Sydney TAFE student Lauren Huxley suffered horrific and life-threatening injuries when she was repeatedly beaten by a heavy cutting tool, a court has heard.
Ms Huxley's alleged attacker, Robert Black Farmer, 38, is on trial in the NSW Supreme Court, accused of detaining the then 18-year-old for his advantage and..read more
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