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Herald Sun Article – Melbourne Brothels: The worst sex Dens that found trouble in 2019

An interesting look back by Paul Shapiro from the Moorabin Kingston Leader at just some of the stories from 2019. To read the story Click Here  

Man Charged with Illegally Filming in a Brothel

Article in the Daily Telegraph and The Mosman Daily - warns of the dangers to Service Providers of secret filming in Brothels and Other Venues.  It's a timely reminder to Service Providers to be cautious and Patrons that illegal filming is a criminal offence.  Simply put don't do...

Herald Sun Article – Seven illegal brothels shut down in Boroondara in past financial year

    Read the full article by Rebecca DiNuzzu  HERE.   Why you should only visit Legally Licensed Brothels.  Check out our Blog  HERE    

Sydney Massage Parlour was an illegal Brothel! fined $45K!

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New push for Queensland sex work decriminalisation

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The Last Brothel in Hay Street. Kalgoorlie.

Tough times have caught up with the famous Brothels of Kalgoorlie's historic Hay Street. The ABC reports the Kalgoorlie's 'Pink House' the last brothel standing on Hay Street's historic red-light district ABC Goldfields By Jarrod Lucas and Neale Harvey Link to the full story here

Number of illegal brothels in Geelong growing, says industry expert

Number of illegal brothels in Geelong growing, says industry expert. Article in the Geelong Advertiser by Olivia Shying, May 23, 2019  Read the full article  HERE

Another illegal Brothel Closed – “Grandmother fined after being caught using Geelong holiday unit as brothel”

A story by olivia Shying in the Geelong Advertiser May 17th 2019. One more down 500+ to go! Her clients must be worried! Another reason to make sure that you visit only Legal Establishments. Read the story here at the  Geelong Advertiser  

Article on Casey illegal Brothels

  Latest article on the illegal industry in the Herald Sun 23rd April 2109 by Paul Shapiro. At least four illegal brothels in Casey are under investigation as police admit clandestine sex parlours can be opened and closed with “relative ease”. Read the full article here

Aussie sex workers hope legislative tide is turning in their favour – ABC NEWS ARTICLE

Sex workers across Australia are hopeful the tide is turning in their favour, with several jurisdictions considering changing laws that prohibit brothels or leave workers operating alone out of hotel rooms. ABC NEWS REPORT   Read the article in full here