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Perth childcare centre Buggles hit with $24k fine for leaving a gate open so kids could escape


Childcare centre is slapped with $24k fine for leaving a gate open that meant toddlers were free to escape and play on the footpath metres from cars

  • The Buggles Child Care Beeliar in Perth has been hit with a $22,000 fine  
  • They had left a gate open, with three children escaping and found on footpath 
  • A mother collecting her child noticed the children and ushered them back inside

Three children under the age of four walked out of a childcare centre in Perth’s south and were found playing on a footpath, prompting a fine for the operators of the service.

Service provider ES5 Ltd, trading as Buggles Child Care Beeliar, was ordered to pay $22,000 and $2000 in costs by the State Administrative Tribunal for contravention of education and care…



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