WA Catholic Education fined $9000 after 6yo wandered away from school

19 June 2017 @05:50 | The Sydney Morning Herald
The WA Catholic Education Commission has been fined $9000 after a six-year-old child wandered away from a Bayswater after-school care unnoticed and was found by a member of the public 20 minutes later. continue...


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