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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...
2014/07/29 00:12
2014/07/29 00:12
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2014/07/27 12:42
2014/07/27 12:42
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All federal departments and agencies are being asked to disclose every contact with any trade union for any reason for the past decade to identify “potential areas of exposure” to the royal commission...
2014/07/27 08:26
2014/07/27 08:26
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Promise check: Establish a judicial inquiry into union corruption "Let us have the judicial inquiry that Mr Ian Cambridge, the then national secretary of the Australian Workers' Union, was calling...
2014/07/24 08:29
2014/07/24 08:29
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MELBOURNE Airport fuel supplies could run dry within days as Shell workers take industrial action at the Geelong refinery over redundancy payouts. Aircraft may have to fill up at other airports...
2014/07/23 22:26
2014/07/23 22:26
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SARAH FERGUSON, PRESENTER: The Federal Government is congratulating itself on delivering its biggest election promise, despite signs from Labor that the debate is not over yet. I spoke a short time...
2014/07/19 02:17
2014/07/19 02:17
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UP TO 150 workers will cause pay pain for 11,000 of their colleagues and will put Bechtel's $80 million Curtis Island LNG projects at risk when they strike. With at least 5000 Gladstone workers on...
2014/07/11 02:17
2014/07/11 02:17
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ONE of Labor’s so-called “faceless men” will launch a corporate career with accountancy giant KPMG after walking away from the union movement. Paul Howes, who quit as Australian Workers’ Union...
2014/07/11 01:26
2014/07/11 01:26
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Drug concerns in shearing industry The Australian Workers Union says the video footage showing shearers abusing sheep highlights the problem of drug use in the shearing industry. The union's...
2014/07/10 04:17
2014/07/10 04:17
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ONE of Labor’s so-called “faceless men” has walked away from the union movement for a corporate gig with accountancy giant KPMG. Paul Howes, who recently married high-profile Qantas executive Olivia...
2014/07/09 07:04
2014/07/09 07:04
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THE Tasmanian community of Queenstown is reeling over news its Mt Lyell copper mine will not reopen following the deaths of three workers. OPERATIONS at Australia's longest continuously running mine...
2014/07/08 01:55
2014/07/08 01:55
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A Supreme Court judge has upheld an appeal by former union official Bruce Wilson - Julia Gillard’s ex-boyfriend - against a magistrate’s decision to allow Victorian fraud squad detectives access to...
2014/07/02 05:10
2014/07/02 05:10
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Delahunty on Gillard – how she really felt about ‘Ditch the Witch’ In the swamps of offended opinion the question of authority took on a dark and gendered blaze as those crude signs were held high,...
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2014/07/02 00:26
2014/07/02 00:26
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CHRIS UHLMANN: A powerful trade union has launched a counter-attack on the royal commission set up to trawl through the affairs of the labour movement. The Transport Workers Union says the inquiry...
2014/07/01 10:05
2014/07/01 10:05
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THE incoming boss of the Australian Workers Union believes it's a challenging environment for unions. SCOTT McDine, a former West Australian alumina refinery worker, has been unanimously elected to...
2014/07/01 04:24
2014/07/01 04:24
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The Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, told her law firm partners she knew nothing about the mortgage on a Fitzroy property, bought partly with union money stolen by her former boyfriend, despite having...
2014/06/30 16:20
2014/06/30 16:20
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Geelong and Victoria’s western region are among the most "economically vulnerable" parts of the country, according to a report that warns the region’s woes may worsen following more manufacturing...
2014/06/27 19:39
2014/06/27 19:39
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Bill Shorten’s electorate of Maribyrnong has covered a shifting area around Essendon in Melbourne’s inner north-west since its creation in 1906. It presently extends westwards from Essendon through...
2014/07/29 00:12
2014/07/29 00:12
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