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2015/05/26 07:05
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Man Monis claimed he was sacked in Perth for his political and religious beliefs. Photo: Department of Justice Sydney siege gunman Man Horan Monis told a WA Industrial Relations Commission in 2003...
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2015/05/25 03:17
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... news QLD IR bill 'reinstates fairness': unions PROPOSED legislation to reverse some of the Newman government's changes to industrial relations should be passed as soon as possible, unions...
2015/05/24 23:23
2015/05/24 23:23
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NOT content with having helped the LNP to lose government, Queensland unions are working on a new plan to see if "it has really changed" ahead of the 2018 state election. Marginal LNP seats...
2015/05/22 21:23
2015/05/22 21:23
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MOVES toward seven-day trading could help Warwick become a shopping mecca in the region. Warwick Chamber of Commerce vice-president and manager of Rose City Shoppingworld Jason Gard said extending...
2015/05/21 00:17
2015/05/21 00:17
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A NUMBER of big ticket items are on the agenda today for the Sunshine Coast Council. EXPANDED trading hours which would have stores like Woolworths and Coles to remain open longer has received its...
2015/05/18 09:26
2015/05/18 09:26
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WA Chamber of Commerce wants minimum wage freeze to save jobs Western Australia's peak business group has argued for a wage freeze for workers on the minimum wage, warning any pay rise will put jobs...
2015/05/15 19:12
2015/05/15 19:12
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Read the full transcript of WA Treasurer Mike Nahan's WA State Budget speech. WA Treasurer Dr Mike Nahan earlier today before he handed down the 2015 WA State Budget. Introduction The 2015-16...
2015/05/15 06:17
2015/05/15 06:17
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... news WA public sector fears big job cuts WESTERN Australia's public sector fears big job cuts but Treasurer Mike Nahan insists it has to bear the brunt of a bad set of books. IN a bid to...
2015/05/14 00:23
2015/05/14 00:23
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EXPANDED trading hours which would have stores like Woolworths and Coles to remain open longer has received its first "no thanks" from the Sunshine Coast. Sunshine Coast Council officers have...
2015/05/13 01:05
2015/05/13 01:05
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The New South Wales Government has appointed Sydney QC Michael McHugh to head a Special Commission of Inquiry into the state's Greyhound racing industry. The announcement comes after widespread...
2015/05/11 03:18
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A police prosecutor whose cases included a rugby league scandal and a Muslim riot has lost his fight to keep his job after he was sacked for using cocaine. Matthew Baker took NSW Police Commissioner...
2015/05/05 11:27
2015/05/05 11:27
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RICHMOND Mayor John Wharton has criticised the Queensland government for not supporting a single local government award – believing it as a return to the “bad old days”. RICHMOND Mayor John Wharton...
2015/04/28 12:15
2015/04/28 12:15
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A further 20 long-term staff will go from private health insurer AHM by May 22 as part of another round of redundancies. A further 20 long-term staff will go from private health insurer AHM by May 22...
2015/04/24 06:26
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Liberals' paramedic wage dispute court bill hits $260,000, union claims Tasmania's health services union claims the State Government has spent more than $250,000 on court action to continue a...
2015/04/24 00:26
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Health workers awarded above-inflation wage increase, despite Government policy Western Australia's Industrial Relations Commission has awarded above-inflation salary increases to public hospital and...
2015/05/26 07:05
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