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AustraliaCSIRO charged over Vic lab explosion

08:35  12 june  2019
08:35  12 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

St George customers charged hundreds in ATM technical glitch

St George customers charged hundreds in ATM technical glitch St George customers have been charged hundreds of dollars for ATM withdrawals, after a technical glitch affected the bank. Customers who used the ATMS this afternoon were charged the same amount they withdrew. The disgruntled customers have taken to social media to complain online. One person said they took out $500 and was charged another $500. © Nine News Customers have been charged the same amount they withdrew for ATM withdrawals. Another man wrote on Facebook he was left “$150 out of pocket”. The company has apologised for the glitch and said customers will be automatically reimbursed.

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CSIRO charged over Vic lab explosion © AAP Images Australia's leading scientific and industrial research organisation has been charged over a Melbourne workplace explosion that left a researcher with facial burns. Australia's leading scientific and industrial research organisation has been charged over a Melbourne workplace explosion that left a researcher with facial burns.

The CSIRO is charged with four breaches of federal work, health and safety laws over the incident at its Clayton site on June 6, 2017, each carrying a maximum $1.5 million penalty.

The charges were laid after a scientist was injured while heating sawdust at pressure using hydrogen gas in an autoclave.

Gas leaked and ignited, causing the researcher injuries including facial burns. There was also extensive building damage, with debris thrown up to 20 metres away, according to regulator Comcare.

The charges allege CSIRO failed to provide a safe work environment and will be mentioned in the Moorabbin Magistrates Court on July 3.

Midvale home firebombed after woman set alight, with man charged after taken to hospital.
A Perth woman sustains burns to 30 per cent of her body and is taken to hospital in a critical condition after a man allegedly set her alight and then threw a firebomb into a house in Perth's east overnight. Police have charged a 51-year-old man from Wandina with grievous bodily harm and criminal damage by fire after the suspected arson attack. © Provided by ABC News Police have charged a man over the firebombing in the Perth suburb of Midvale. WA Police allege about 8:50pm yesterday the man went to the home on Hooley Road in Midvale, where he threw burning material over the 52-year-old woman.

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