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2015/05/24 05:18
2015/05/24 05:18
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Illustration: Matt Golding. EXCLUSIVE Thousands of low-paid workers will be worse off under a sweetheart deal struck between supermarket giant Coles and the shop assistants union that undercuts...
2015/05/24 05:18
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2015/05/19 03:46
2015/05/19 03:46
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Henry Boote, editor of The Worker, the newspaper of the Australian Workers Union, from 1914 to 1943. Photo: National Library of Australia During research into an article on the World War I...
2015/05/17 13:39
2015/05/17 13:39
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THE deputy leader of the Greens, Christine Milne, has written to the chairman of Bluescope Steel, Graham Kraehe, demanding he force his chief executive to retract ''misleading and completely...
2015/05/16 01:26
2015/05/16 01:26
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Union anger over business ad urging use of contractors instead of full-time workers Tasmania's main business lobby has been criticised for encouraging its members to use more contractors instead of...
2015/05/13 14:46
2015/05/13 14:46
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RIO Tinto and BHP Billiton are today two of the largest and most powerful multinational corporations the world has ever known. So maybe we shouldn’t be too surprised when they decide to run an...
2015/05/12 08:20
2015/05/12 08:20
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A satellite image of the Anglesea coalmine and power station. Photo: Google Earth A major environmental rehabilitation effort looms near the Great Ocean Road following the shut down of the Anglesea...
2015/05/12 07:26
2015/05/12 07:26
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Birla-Nifty mine workforce stood down without pay after sinkhole appeared Workers from a WA copper mine who have been stood down without pay after a collapse at the site have accused the company of...
2015/05/12 07:26
2015/05/12 07:26
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Workers unsure of Pilbara copper mine future Lucie Bell and Ebonnie Spriggs Operations at a copper mine in Western Australia's East Pilbara are expected to remain suspended until June, while a...
2015/05/12 05:26
2015/05/12 05:26
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As many as 100 Forestry Tasmania jobs could be lost during downsize, unions say The Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) says it's not convinced job losses at Forestry Tasmania will be limited to...
2015/05/11 06:19
2015/05/11 06:19
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Australia's ability to build a series of huge resources projects has been called into question after rising costs forced Woodside to shelve a $40 billion liquid natural gas development in Western...
2015/05/08 08:29
2015/05/08 08:29
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AUSTRALIAN farmers have criticised an ABC report suggesting the industry was rife with exploitation of migrant workers subjected to slave-like conditions. On Monday, the ABC’s Four Corners program,...
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2015/05/08 00:55
2015/05/08 00:55
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Rio Tinto has rejected suggestions the company got its steel demand forecasts for China grossly wrong and was a major contributor to the weak iron ore price. Chairman Jan du Plessis told shareholders...
2015/05/08 00:26
2015/05/08 00:26
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Renewable Energy Target resolution needed to improve regional investment opportunities says AWU The Australian Workers Union (AWU) says Portland's future will hang in the balance, as long as the...
2015/05/07 05:29
2015/05/07 05:29
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RIO Tinto has defended its massive iron ore expansion against accusations it is responsible for the commodity’s price falls, and is confident in China’s demand for the next decade. Unlike fellow...
2015/05/06 19:34
2015/05/06 19:34
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Still remembered two decades on as the electorate of Pauline Hanson, the modern seat of Oxley was created around the satellite city of Ipswich west of Brisbane in 1949, in territory previously...
2015/05/06 07:16
2015/05/06 07:16
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The Australian Council of Trade Unions has warned the Abbott government to expect a disruptive political campaign from the union movement at the 2016 federal election, claiming unions are "still here...
2015/05/04 20:44
2015/05/04 20:44
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It was a measured, clinical performance. Then, suddenly, his eyes grew glassy, his voice pained They had been accused of having blood on their hands, of being cowboys, of sacrificing the lives of two...
2015/05/03 11:55
2015/05/03 11:55
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High dollar and low tariffs forcing labour savings across Holden, says chief executive. Further job cuts and even pay cuts will be considered to reduce Holden's labour costs, chief executive Mike...
2015/05/02 06:05
2015/05/02 06:05
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The Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees Association's then national secretary Joe de Bruyn and the ACTU's then secretary Jeff Lawrence in 2011. Photo: Arsineh Houspian "Marriage started with...
2015/05/24 05:18
2015/05/24 05:18
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