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2014/11/28 05:55
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The CFMEU has accused the royal commission into trade unions of failing to test evidence against it and has challenged the commission's power to make findings in relation to alleged criminal...
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2014/11/26 03:55
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The counsel assisting the royal commission into trade unions has agreed that former prime minister Julia Gillard's conduct as a lawyer may not have prevented her former boyfriend's misuse of a slush...
2014/11/22 12:12
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... jobs go at Lihir Gold LIHIR Gold has announced 200 job cuts at its Ballarat mining operation.The move has been blamed on the underperformance of Ballarat Goldfields' southern and central zones...
2014/11/17 11:29
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FORMER Prime Minister Julia Gillard has rejected a submission to the royal commission that her legal work on a controversial slush fund was “questionable”. Jeremy Stoljar, counsel assisting the...
2014/11/17 02:55
2014/11/17 02:55
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Unions are urging the federal government against "selling out" Australian jobs and have called for strong protections for workers as part of a new free trade agreement with China. Unions are urging...
2014/11/17 02:20
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Labor MP Cesar Melhem. Photo: Paul Rovere Embattled state Labor MP Cesar Melhem has strongly denied claims he bought his way into Parliament through his use of a controversial slush fund that doled...
2014/11/14 10:46
2014/11/14 10:46
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SEPARATING the good from the great, the mediocre from the fabulous is the so-called X Factor, that indefinable something that is the difference between champions and also-rans. The same story applies...
2014/11/11 17:16
2014/11/11 17:16
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The industrial battle at BlueScope Steel may be set to reignite after difficult talks between unions and the company hit another stumbling block, according to union officials. The industrial battle...
2014/11/11 17:16
2014/11/11 17:16
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Bluescope Steel employees blocked the main entrance to the steelworks for more than an hour this morning as part of an ongoing dispute over working conditions. Bluescope Steel employees blocked the...
2014/11/04 14:15
2014/11/04 14:15
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The oil refinery in Geelong is about to get a boost. Photo: Craig Sillitoe The oil refinery in Geelong is about to get a boost. Photo: Craig Sillitoe The oil refinery in Geelong is about to get a...
2014/11/03 07:29
2014/11/03 07:29
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LABOR MP Cesar Melhem used tens of thousands of dollars from a union-backed slush fund to smooth his path into parliament, according to counsel assisting the royal commission into union...
2014/11/03 05:27
2014/11/03 05:27
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MARK COLVIN: Counsel assisting the royal commission into trade unions says the former prime minister Julia Gillard committed no crime and was not aware of any criminality by her ex-boyfriend Bruce...
2014/10/31 00:29
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TRADE unions will learn something of what lies ahead, with the first written submissions to the unions royal commission ready for publication. COUNSEL assisting the Royal Commission into Trade Union...
2014/10/30 15:37
2014/10/30 15:37
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SHARPER teeth than those possessed by the construction industry watchdog are set to fasten on rogue unions. As exclusively reported in today’s Herald Sun, a Federal Police tasforce is about to be...
2014/10/30 13:47
2014/10/30 13:47
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OPPOSITION Leader John Robertson has come up with one of his first major policies — a move back to protectionism and a plan to push for a “national gas reservation” in a bid to arrest rising gas...
2014/10/29 08:55
2014/10/29 08:55
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Australian Council of Trade Unions questions the federal government's promise that the royal commission into trade unions would be a "sword that will cut both ways". The royal commission into trade...
2014/10/27 18:15
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Unions predict BlueScope will shed 330 contractor jobs at Port Kembla, bringing expected job losses to more than 1100 in the Illawarra. 800 jobs to go at Port Kembla steelworks Full text of...
2014/10/23 22:44
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DUBBO: Adrian Armstorng, Mark Raimes, Tim Shipard, Connor Armstorng, Phil Carney and Oliver Armstorong having fun planting trees to mark National Tree Day. Photo: JOSH HEARD Gilgandra was subject to...
2014/10/23 11:29
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HOUSEHOLDS should brace for higher gas prices but any move to limit exports will only hurt consumers and cost jobs, Shell Australia chairman ­Andrew Smith has warned. And the high cost of new...
2014/11/28 05:55
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