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The Border Mail
Victoria to ban fracking: 'The health and environmental risks ... outweigh any potential benefits'Victoria's strong agriculture and tourism economy," she said. But one of the L
Victoria to ban fracking: 'The health and environmental risks ... outweigh any potential benefits'
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Victoria's strong agriculture and tourism economy," she said. But one of the Labor Party's largest affiliated unions, the Australian Workers Union, has warned the Andrews government against banning conventional onshore gas exploration and... Read more
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The Courier
Victoria to ban fracking: 'The health and environmental risks ... outweigh any potential benefits'Victoria's strong agriculture and tourism economy," she said. But one of the L
Victoria to ban fracking: 'The health and environmental risks ... outweigh any potential benefits'
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Victoria's strong agriculture and tourism economy," she said. But one of the Labor Party's largest affiliated unions, the Australian Workers Union, has warned the Andrews government against banning conventional onshore gas exploration and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Victoria moves to ban coal seam gas, frackingthe sector, instead recommending further studies be undertaken, including a rev
Victoria moves to ban coal seam gas, fracking
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
the sector, instead recommending further studies be undertaken, including a review into the potential human health impacts.Union slams move to extend moratorium on conventional gas The Australian Workers' Union welcomed the announced fracking ban,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Asbestos found in Chinese-made equipment for Port Pirie smelterhas been found in equipment sourced from China for Port Pirie's $514 million sm
Asbestos found in Chinese-made equipment for Port Pirie smelter
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
has been found in equipment sourced from China for Port Pirie's $514 million smelter redevelopment. The Australian Workers Union (AWU) said Safework SA had issued a prohibition notice for the area around the tainted heat... Read more
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News.com.au
Decision close on Arrium worker pay cutsSouth Australian workers at troubled steelmaker Arrium are expected to decide w
Decision close on Arrium worker pay cuts
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
South Australian workers at troubled steelmaker Arrium are expected to decide whether to take a pay cut as negotiations with the administrator come to a close. A spokesman for administrator KordaMentha has confirmed a decision should be reached on... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Baby-seat manufacturers on strike in VicVictorian baby-seat factory workers who have walked off the job for five days a
Baby-seat manufacturers on strike in Vic
Sky News Australia / Posted 11 days ago
Victorian baby-seat factory workers who have walked off the job for five days are set to protest outside a pregnancy expo. Britax workers walked off the job on August 15, worried their jobs will go as the company looks to send production of its baby... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Timeline: From Wave Hill protest to land handbackslabourers anything. Vestey Brothers refuse to pay their Aboriginal workers' wag
Timeline: From Wave Hill protest to land handbacks
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
labourers anything. Vestey Brothers refuse to pay their Aboriginal workers' wages.Union argues for rights1965 The North Australian Workers Union, under pressure from the Northern Territory Council for Aboriginal Rights, applies to the... Read more
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News.com.au
Baby-seat workers to rally in Vic shopsWorkers at Australia's last baby car seat manufacturer will rally in shopping c
Baby-seat workers to rally in Vic shops
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
Workers at Australia's last baby car seat manufacturer will rally in shopping centres as they fight to keep their jobs at Britax. Employees walked off the job this week and are now in defiance of a Fair Work Commission back-to-work order, the... Read more
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Northern Star
BIG READ: Bill Shorten faces the music over Labor defeatand federal governments to work together to push projects along.'' Shorten bla
BIG READ: Bill Shorten faces the music over Labor defeat
Northern Star / Posted 16 days ago
and federal governments to work together to push projects along.'' Shorten blasts use of cheap overseas labour The former Australian Workers Union national secretary vowed to turn up the heat on Malcolm Turnbull on workers being exploited and... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
BIG READ: Bill Shorten faces the music over Labor defeatand federal governments to work together to push projects along.'' Shorten bla
BIG READ: Bill Shorten faces the music over Labor defeat
The Daily Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
and federal governments to work together to push projects along.'' Shorten blasts use of cheap overseas labour The former Australian Workers Union national secretary vowed to turn up the heat on Malcolm Turnbull on workers being exploited and... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
BIG READ: Bill Shorten faces the music over Labor defeatand federal governments to work together to push projects along.'' Shorten bla
BIG READ: Bill Shorten faces the music over Labor defeat
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
and federal governments to work together to push projects along.'' Shorten blasts use of cheap overseas labour The former Australian Workers Union national secretary vowed to turn up the heat on Malcolm Turnbull on workers being exploited and... Read more
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Queensland Times
BIG READ: Shorten faces the music over Labor defeatand federal governments to work together to push projects along.'' Shorten bla
BIG READ: Shorten faces the music over Labor defeat
Queensland Times / Posted 16 days ago
and federal governments to work together to push projects along.'' Shorten blasts use of cheap overseas labour The former Australian Workers Union national secretary vowed to turn up the heat on Malcolm Turnbull on workers being exploited and... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
BIG READ: Shorten faces the music over Labor defeatand federal governments to work together to push projects along.'' Shorten bla
BIG READ: Shorten faces the music over Labor defeat
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 16 days ago
and federal governments to work together to push projects along.'' Shorten blasts use of cheap overseas labour The former Australian Workers Union national secretary vowed to turn up the heat on Malcolm Turnbull on workers being exploited and... Read more
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16d
News Mail
BIG READ: Shorten faces the music over Labor defeatand federal governments to work together to push projects along.'' Shorten bla
BIG READ: Shorten faces the music over Labor defeat
News Mail / Posted 16 days ago
and federal governments to work together to push projects along.'' Shorten blasts use of cheap overseas labour The former Australian Workers Union national secretary vowed to turn up the heat on Malcolm Turnbull on workers being exploited and... Read more
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16d
Daily Examiner
BIG READ: Shorten faces the music over Labor defeatand federal governments to work together to push projects along.'' Shorten bla
BIG READ: Shorten faces the music over Labor defeat
Daily Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
and federal governments to work together to push projects along.'' Shorten blasts use of cheap overseas labour The former Australian Workers Union national secretary vowed to turn up the heat on Malcolm Turnbull on workers being exploited and... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
AWU pay claims aimed at luring rural youth to fill shearer shortageshearing stands. The average shearer was now in their mid 30s, a considerable
AWU pay claims aimed at luring rural youth to fill shearer shortage
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 19 days ago
shearing stands. The average shearer was now in their mid 30s, a considerable age given the physical demands of the job, Australian Workers Union (AWU) spokesman Carl Phillips said. Shearing sheds were finding it difficult to attract workers as... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Western Distributor project must use mostly local workforce, supplies: Governmentwhere many of the steel producers are in terms of milled steel, it's in Victori
Western Distributor project must use mostly local workforce, supplies: Government
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 21 days ago
where many of the steel producers are in terms of milled steel, it's in Victoria," he said.AWU welcomes boost to jobs The Australian Workers Union (AWU) said the announcement would create thousands of construction jobs. AWU Victorian secretary,... Read more
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WA Today
Oil workers facing 40% pay cut threatclaim offshore accommodation is inadequate, and fear cutting shift positions on
Oil workers facing 40% pay cut threat
WA Today / Posted 21 days ago
claim offshore accommodation is inadequate, and fear cutting shift positions onshore would jeopardise plant safety. Australian Workers Union state secretary Ben Davis on Wednesday accused Exxon of adopting a heavy-handed tactic to raise the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Oil workers facing 40% pay cut threatclaim offshore accommodation is inadequate, and fear cutting shift positions on
Oil workers facing 40% pay cut threat
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
claim offshore accommodation is inadequate, and fear cutting shift positions onshore would jeopardise plant safety. Australian Workers Union state secretary Ben Davis on Wednesday accused Exxon of adopting a heavy-handed tactic to raise the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Oil workers facing 40% pay cut threatclaim offshore accommodation is inadequate, and fear cutting shift positions on
Oil workers facing 40% pay cut threat
Brisbane Times / Posted 21 days ago
claim offshore accommodation is inadequate, and fear cutting shift positions onshore would jeopardise plant safety. Australian Workers Union state secretary Ben Davis on Wednesday accused Exxon of adopting a heavy-handed tactic to raise the... Read more
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The Age
Oil workers facing 40% pay cut threatclaim offshore accommodation is inadequate, and fear cutting shift positions on
Oil workers facing 40% pay cut threat
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
claim offshore accommodation is inadequate, and fear cutting shift positions onshore would jeopardise plant safety. Australian Workers Union state secretary Ben Davis on Wednesday accused Exxon of adopting a heavy-handed tactic to raise the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Oil workers facing 40% pay cut threatclaim offshore accommodation is inadequate, and fear cutting shift positions on
Oil workers facing 40% pay cut threat
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
claim offshore accommodation is inadequate, and fear cutting shift positions onshore would jeopardise plant safety. Australian Workers Union state secretary Ben Davis on Wednesday accused Exxon of adopting a heavy-handed tactic to raise the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Union sued for illegal strikeBlueScope’s case to sue a union over an illegal strike will appear before the F
Union sued for illegal strike
Kiama Independent / Posted 30 days ago
BlueScope’s case to sue a union over an illegal strike will appear before the Federal Court on Tuesday. Australian Workers' Union Port Kembla branch secretary Wayne Phillips. Picture: Georgia Matts BlueScope’s case to sue a union over an illegal... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Union sued for illegal strikeBlueScope’s case to sue a union over an illegal strike will appear before the F
Union sued for illegal strike
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 30 days ago
BlueScope’s case to sue a union over an illegal strike will appear before the Federal Court on Tuesday. Australian Workers' Union Port Kembla branch secretary Wayne Phillips. Picture: Georgia Matts BlueScope’s case to sue a union over an illegal... Read more
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Calcutta News
Daily Telegraph found to be misleading and unfair in treatment of Shortennewspaper has been found to have misled readers over a two-page story reporting
Daily Telegraph found to be misleading and unfair in treatment of Shorten
Calcutta News / Posted a month ago
newspaper has been found to have misled readers over a two-page story reporting the findings of a Royal Commission into unions in Australia. The Daily Telegraph on January 2nd this year published the story over two pages. Under a sub-headline... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Arrium workers vote on pay cutWhyalla employees are to vote on whether to accept a 10 per cent pay cut after
Arrium workers vote on pay cut
Adelaide Now / Posted 1 months ago
Whyalla employees are to vote on whether to accept a 10 per cent pay cut after an end to wage negotiations between union officials and the pladministrators of the troubled steelworks, it has been reported. According to the Australian... Read more

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