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2015/08/02 07:19
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Melbourne Airport could be delayed on Monday as some airport staff walk off the job in a series of union-led, four-hour stoppages. The nationwide stoppages, timed for the busy morning and evening...
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2015/08/02 02:51
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... first cargo could slip into early 2016. Chevron has been building the massive Gorgon project, Australia's single biggest resources investment, for more than five years at a remote island off the...
2015/08/01 15:19
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Hundreds of Victorian workers are being locked out of two major gas plants and offshore oil rigs in Bass Strait as an industrial feud intensifies. Hundreds of Victorian workers have been locked out...
2015/07/31 09:26
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Meat producers call for ratification of the China free trade deal, while unions delay over jobs The red meat industry is concerned that opposition to the China Free Trade Agreement will delay its...
2015/07/31 06:26
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... would shut its Port Augusta power stations between March next year and March 2017. About 440 workers have been told Alinta could pull the plug on its Northern and Playford power stations as...
2015/07/31 03:15
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Newcastle Port actually decreases total global emissions of carbon dioxide," Fusarelli said. Australia's coal displaces a tonne of the Indian or Chinese variety "which is substantially higher...
2015/07/29 22:12
2015/07/29 22:12
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... week when hundreds of immigration and border protection employees plan to walk off the job. Workers will take part in mass strikes at Australia's seven international airports, starting from...
2015/07/29 21:46
2015/07/29 21:46
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... hands if local police had not pressed for the return of three Australian detention centre workers accused of sexual assault, island MP Ron Knight says. Australia would be no better than a...
2015/07/29 08:26
2015/07/29 08:26
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Costa Group accused of undercutting working conditions on its berry farms across Australia A union is accusing Australia's largest horticultural company, the Costa Group, of undercutting the...
2015/07/28 12:26
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SABRA LANE, PRESENTER: Endorsement of the latest push for a substantial increase in Australia's Renewable Energy Target is coming from an unlikely quarter. Australia's largest coal mining and energy...
2015/07/27 14:12
2015/07/27 14:12
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Overzealous security has barred media from a public hearing into Australia's free trade deal with China, prompting union claims of a cover-up. Overzealous security has barred media from a public...
2015/07/27 06:20
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... push for its own fleet, as the miners seek to avoid of repeat of 2014's workplace dispute at Australia's top iron ore export facility. BHP has the exclusive licence to operate tug services for...
2015/07/27 04:26
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NFF brands worker union push to tighten China-Australia trade deal labour provisions as 'scaremongering' The National Farmers Federation has labelled a push by worker unions to tighten labour...
2015/07/27 02:24
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... a sigh of relief that the ALP stopped short of backing gas reservation, although trade unions are claiming a win with the conference endorsing the introduction of a national interest test...
2015/07/26 18:27
2015/07/26 18:27
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... that Opposition Leader Bill Shorten may have failed to disclose funds flowing from the union he headed. And then there has been the ongoing drip feed of revelations from the NSW...
2015/07/24 16:24
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Club president Frank Costa remains a large shareholder in the Costa Group. Photo: Josh Robenstone Australia's largest horticulture company Costa Group – a major supplier to Coles and Woolworths –...
2015/07/24 14:24
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... still stands. Historical convictions for consensual homosexual sex still stand. Civil unions became registered relationships. Queensland treats 17-year-olds as adults in the criminal...
2015/07/24 10:26
2015/07/24 10:26
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... of transparency in China deal Industry has joined a chorus of criticism over the details of Australia's free trade agreement with China. Trade unions claim the China-Australia Free Trade...
2015/07/24 10:05
2015/07/24 10:05
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Labor will introduce a national interest test for gas exports, in a bid to head off a brawl with unions over a domestic gas reserve. Ahead of the ALP's national conference which began in Melbourne on...
2015/07/24 08:55
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... to humanitarian affairs around the world". That is expected to mean a doubling, by Labor, of Australia's refugee intake from 13,750 to 27,000 in government. Earlier, Labor frontbencher Anthony...
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