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Tasmanian government stands firm on separate institutional child sex abuse inquiries | The Examiner




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The state government is standing firm against pressure to launch a Commission of Inquiry – the Tasmanian equivalent of a royal commission – into allegations of institutional child sexual abuse. The Greens and Labor have called for a Commission iIquiry after it was revealed three staff were stood down at Ashley Youth Detention Centre. Separate investigations into historical allegations at Ashley, government schools and the…

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