Dorothy McDonald says her health declined after Broadspectrum made her live in a room with ‘black, sticky and hairy’ mould
A former English teacher is suing offshore detention operator Broadspectrum for “devastating” ill health caused by black mould in her accomodation while she was on Nauru teaching asylum seekers and refugees.
The case, which joins ongoing fallout from a years-long issue with dangerous mould at the offshore immigration detention centre in Nauru, went before the Queensland supreme court on Tuesday afternoon.
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