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2014/08/28 03:55
2014/08/28 03:55
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Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard has been summonsed to appear before the royal commission into trade union corruption which has heard allegations she was given money from a union slush fund for...
2014/08/28 03:55
2014/08/28 03:55
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2014/08/24 15:15
2014/08/24 15:15
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The Australian Workers Union has called the decision by Costa Group to close a Mittagong mushroom business "rotten." The Australian Workers Union has called the decision by Costa Group to close a...
2014/08/23 07:44
2014/08/23 07:44
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NOTHING will save Bathurst’s Downer EDI plant from closure, senior union officials said yesterday. NOTHING will save Bathurst’s Downer EDI plant from closure, senior union officials said...
2014/08/21 13:21
2014/08/21 13:21
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OPPOSITION Leader Bill Shorten has stunned ­Australian voters by revealing he was investigated — and cleared — by police over an alleged rape. The Opposition Leader took the remarkable step of...
2014/08/21 06:29
2014/08/21 06:29
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UNIONS have called on mining giant BHP Billiton to guarantee entitlements and enterprise agreements for workers affected by its demerger. BHP plans to offload the majority of its aluminium,...
2014/08/21 04:34
2014/08/21 04:34
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UNION workers at Maryborough's CQMS Razer began a 24-hour strike at 7am on Thursday morning. Members of the Australia Manufacturers Workers Union, the Australian Workers Union and the Construction,...
2014/08/20 13:17
2014/08/20 13:17
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BlueScope could shed 69 operators from its Port Kembla plant if a proposed restructure is given the green light. The Australian Workers Union says the company is keen to merge the plant's current...
2014/08/20 12:16
2014/08/20 12:16
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The union representing Port Kembla steelworks said jobs and money would be leaving the Illawarra if BlueScope's latest round of job cuts goes ahead as planned. The latest estimate is that 73 jobs...
2014/08/19 22:19
2014/08/19 22:19
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AN alert about the danger of hazardous trees was one of the key points at the morning briefing on the day two firefighters died at Harrietville last year. Peter Cobb, centre, travelled from...
2014/08/18 04:43
2014/08/18 04:43
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THEY are among the prizes most sought-after by treasure hunters. Stolen artefacts and shipwrecks filled with gold and silver, and a priceless gift stolen by the Nazis all top the list of dream finds...
2014/08/14 09:26
2014/08/14 09:26
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More jobs go as Henty Gold Mine set to close Tasmania's West Coast has suffered another blow with the announcement of the imminent closure of the Henty Gold Mine. At least 150 workers are expected...
2014/08/14 09:26
2014/08/14 09:26
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Mount Lyell mine could get financial help from Tasmanian Government The Tasmanian Government is considering financial assistance for the troubled Mount Lyell copper mine in Queenstown. Copper Mines...
2014/08/14 00:42
2014/08/14 00:42
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The AFL Players Association’s hierarchy could be revamped further in light of Ian Prendergast’s preference to stay at the organisation and work alongside new boss Paul Marsh, despite missing out on...
2014/08/13 22:19
2014/08/13 22:19
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FIREFIGHTER with decades of experience says crews feared falling trees. RELATED: A FIREFIGHTER with decades of experience told an inquest yesterday he had never felt so unsafe as the day two...
2014/08/11 21:19
2014/08/11 21:19
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WHEN he died, Steven Kadar had been planning a new and more simple life. WHEN he died, Steven Kadar had been planning a new and more simple life. “His partner, Leah (Edwards), has lost her whole...
2014/08/08 23:41
2014/08/08 23:41
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AN eight-day inquest into the deaths of two firefighters who died while tackling a blaze near Harrietville will begin in Wodonga on Monday. AN eight-day inquest into the deaths of two firefighters...
2014/08/07 15:35
2014/08/07 15:35
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THE final bids for the massive East West Link contract will be submitted today amid feverish industry speculation about who will win the $6-$8 billion job. Last night one of the two bidders issued a...
2014/08/01 14:50
2014/08/01 14:50
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Jobs at Alcoa's Port Henry smelter are going the way of others in the area, at Ford, Target, Boral and Qantas at Avalon Airport. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Paul Caine had a lump in his throat on Friday...
2014/07/30 02:05
2014/07/30 02:05
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The royal commission into union corruption has resumed with whistleblower Kathy Jackson returning to the witness box. The Health Services Union (HSU) national secretary made accusations about rampant...
2014/07/29 00:12
2014/07/29 00:12
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Parliamentary question time has lost its original purpose and should be abolished, the former Labor leader Mark Latham argues in a new book, while calling for the establishment of Reserve Bank-style...
2014/08/28 03:55
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