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Man detained over prime mover accident at Westgate Shopping Centre

The woman who was killed in the mall has been identified as 32-year-old Nadeem Khan.

Diluted by about 1.5 per cent this morning, the final deficit against the GDP for Westgate is 2.7 per cent.

The revised GDP was recorded at 2.734. The final deficit for the shopping centre was 2.709.

The final deficit against Westgate at March 31 was 3.032 million, down 0.3 per cent on March 31.
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Fortescue boss challenges legal action by lawyers seeking compensation for staff, who worked without sick pay for 17 months

The owner of an independent newspaper wants to take legal action against the city of Portland after a review revealed that the paper employed only 18 people in its offices last year.

The paper employs 16 in the Portland offices for what is called a "non-vested contract," and according to city records only 17 of the people in that contract worked sick. A separate analysis by the Associated Press found that nine of the nine employees were being paid in cash.

The owner of The Oregonian newspaper, Jack Burkman, said he wants to start an open records investigation of how many people in the Portland office worked for paid sick days.

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He and his partners, Frank and Marjorie Zingerman, filed a request with City Administrator Barbara Murray on Thursday to request all reports from Portland's Human Resources Department for work-related days, which are typically counted over the course of one full calendar month.

Burkman, a former chief of staff to Democratic Sen. Tom Harkin, said the information he had about the employees of the paper should be public because it allows him to see how often they worked outside of the legally required 18 sick days for each employee.

The Zingermovans, who own Portland's Oregonian newspaper, declined to comment for this story.

Burkman has said his goal in filing the request is to prove to Murray and other city officials that employees in his paper don't receive "non-vested" pay, which is a measure of how much they aren't entitled to when they aren't working for the city.

Burkman's request for all work-related sick days from 2011 through 2014 says that about 90 to 95 of the workers who worked in Portland's offices at the time were not being paid for their sick days. In the year that the AP analysis was done, the number was around 98.

The newspaper said it works to keep employees safe by reporting what is known about incidents that can result in serious injuries for its staff and staff-to-staff contacts.

In 2013, for example, The Oregonian published an op-ed piece by a woman who said she was fired because she couldn't take a month off work to care for her daughter. The piece was later corrected, with a signer apology.

Portland, like most of the rest of the Portland metro, has an "exception" where employees who are not paid by the month can be paid by their week, but that exception is restricted to 10 percent of the total work week.

In an earlier statement released to the AP, city spokesman Dan Saltzman said there is no provisio

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