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Daily Mail
Will Uber be banned around the world after London decision?2009. The ride-hailing app has been banned in Alaska, Oregon (except Portland)
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
2009. The ride-hailing app has been banned in Alaska, Oregon (except Portland), Bulgaria, Denmark, Hungary, Barcelona, Australia's Northern Territory and Vancouver, Canada But the app has been forced to quit several countries including Denmark... Read more
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WA Today
Andrew Bolt, Mark Latham honoured in 2017 Ernie Awards for SexismStephens, in NSW's Hunter region, has edged out Andrew Bolt and Mark Latham to
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
Stephens, in NSW's Hunter region, has edged out Andrew Bolt and Mark Latham to win the top prize at the 2017 Ernie Awards, Australia's annual awards for sexism. The awards, which were announced at NSW Parliament House on Thursday night, recognise... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Andrew Bolt, Mark Latham honoured in 2017 Ernie Awards for SexismStephens, in NSW's Hunter region, has edged out Andrew Bolt and Mark Latham to
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Stephens, in NSW's Hunter region, has edged out Andrew Bolt and Mark Latham to win the top prize at the 2017 Ernie Awards, Australia's annual awards for sexism. The awards, which were announced at NSW Parliament House on Thursday night, recognise... Read more
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The Age
Andrew Bolt, Mark Latham honoured in 2017 Ernie Awards for SexismStephens, in NSW's Hunter region, has edged out Andrew Bolt and Mark Latham to
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Stephens, in NSW's Hunter region, has edged out Andrew Bolt and Mark Latham to win the top prize at the 2017 Ernie Awards, Australia's annual awards for sexism. The awards, which were announced at NSW Parliament House on Thursday night, recognise... Read more
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The Age
Education: High cost of vocational programs in schoolI for one, want aged care to be fixed up before I get there. Ruth Hargrave, Mo
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
I for one, want aged care to be fixed up before I get there. Ruth Hargrave, Mont AlbertProfits before children Some of Australia's highest profile health groups have joined forces to push a tax on soft drinks and a ban on junk food advertising... Read more
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Canberra Times
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industrial tr
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industrial tribunal that saw an agreement covering Coles workers torn up for failing a key legal test, claims the Australian Industry Group. The Fair Work Commission's application... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Abattoir sheds workers at Cobram and Longford in a blow to local economieswanted to reopen the lamb line by spring. The company previously wanted to reo
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
wanted to reopen the lamb line by spring. The company previously wanted to reopen the lamb line by spring. ABC News Australia's largest meat processor JBS Australia said it is committed to northern Victoria and northern Tasmania. That is... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Fact check: Are Labor's policies socialist?Europe between 1945 and 1989. That failed totalitarian and oppressive system b
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
Europe between 1945 and 1989. That failed totalitarian and oppressive system bears no resemblance to the policies of Australia's Labor Party. What is socialism? Judging by the response to Senator Cormann's speech, the term "socialism" in... Read more
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WA Today
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industrial tr
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industrial tribunal that saw an agreement covering Coles workers torn up for failing a key legal test, claims the Australian Industry Group. The Fair Work Commission's application... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industrial tr
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industrial tribunal that saw an agreement covering Coles workers torn up for failing a key legal test, claims the Australian Industry Group. The Fair Work Commission's application... Read more
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The Age
Coles case has made fast food pay deals 'unworkable'rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industrial tr
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
rendered "unworkable" in the wake of a landmark decision from the industrial tribunal that saw an agreement covering Coles workers torn up for failing a key legal test, claims the Australian Industry Group. The Fair Work Commission's application... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Into the wild, wild westclass sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a c
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
class sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a curve of corrugated iron, a reminder of rural Australia's favourite building material. The effect is that of a quirky Outback-themed eatery. Tacky or fun? I'm going with... Read more
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The Young Witness
Into the wild, wild westclass sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a c
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
class sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a curve of corrugated iron, a reminder of rural Australia's favourite building material. The effect is that of a quirky Outback-themed eatery. Tacky or fun? I'm going with... Read more
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Western Advocate
Into the wild, wild westclass sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a c
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
class sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a curve of corrugated iron, a reminder of rural Australia's favourite building material. The effect is that of a quirky Outback-themed eatery. Tacky or fun? I'm going with... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Into the wild, wild westclass sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a c
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
class sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a curve of corrugated iron, a reminder of rural Australia's favourite building material. The effect is that of a quirky Outback-themed eatery. Tacky or fun? I'm going with... Read more
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Manning River Times
Into the wild, wild westclass sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a c
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
class sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a curve of corrugated iron, a reminder of rural Australia's favourite building material. The effect is that of a quirky Outback-themed eatery. Tacky or fun? I'm going with... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Into the wild, wild westclass sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a c
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
class sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a curve of corrugated iron, a reminder of rural Australia's favourite building material. The effect is that of a quirky Outback-themed eatery. Tacky or fun? I'm going with... Read more
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The North West Star
Into the wild, wild westclass sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a c
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
class sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a curve of corrugated iron, a reminder of rural Australia's favourite building material. The effect is that of a quirky Outback-themed eatery. Tacky or fun? I'm going with... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Into the wild, wild westclass sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a c
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
class sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a curve of corrugated iron, a reminder of rural Australia's favourite building material. The effect is that of a quirky Outback-themed eatery. Tacky or fun? I'm going with... Read more
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The Border Mail
Into the wild, wild westclass sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a c
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
class sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a curve of corrugated iron, a reminder of rural Australia's favourite building material. The effect is that of a quirky Outback-themed eatery. Tacky or fun? I'm going with... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Into the wild, wild westclass sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a c
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
class sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a curve of corrugated iron, a reminder of rural Australia's favourite building material. The effect is that of a quirky Outback-themed eatery. Tacky or fun? I'm going with... Read more
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The Courier
Into the wild, wild westclass sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a c
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
class sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a curve of corrugated iron, a reminder of rural Australia's favourite building material. The effect is that of a quirky Outback-themed eatery. Tacky or fun? I'm going with... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Longreach via Spirit of the Outback: Into the wild, wild westclass sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a c
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
class sleeper on the Spirit of the Outback Train. Above the tables there's a curve of corrugated iron, a reminder of rural Australia's favourite building material. The effect is that of a quirky Outback-themed eatery. Tacky or fun? I'm going with... Read more
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Canberra Times
$100 billion wipeout: one in four workers set to lose from wage attackscuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
cuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce the retirement savings of millions of workers by $100 billion by the time they retire, a report has found. The report, the Consequences of Wage Suppression for... Read more
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WA Today
$100 billion wipeout: one in four workers set to lose from wage attackscuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
cuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce the retirement savings of millions of workers by $100 billion by the time they retire, a report has found. The report, the Consequences of Wage Suppression for... Read more
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The Age
$100 billion wipeout: one in four workers set to lose from wage attackscuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
cuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce the retirement savings of millions of workers by $100 billion by the time they retire, a report has found. The report, the Consequences of Wage Suppression for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
$100 billion wipeout: one in four workers set to lose from wage attackscuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
cuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce the retirement savings of millions of workers by $100 billion by the time they retire, a report has found. The report, the Consequences of Wage Suppression for... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times letters to the editor: Engagement ring a symbol of love and commitment, not slaveryand for the survival and wellbeing of future generations, and to set an example
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
and for the survival and wellbeing of future generations, and to set an example to the rest of the world, we need to reduce Australia's population. This means stopping immigration, discouraging Australians from having more than two children and... Read more
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Canberra Times
One in four workers set to lose $100 billion in retirement savings from wage attackscuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
cuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce the retirement savings of millions of workers by $100 billion by the time they retire, a report has found. The report, the Consequences of Wage Suppression for... Read more
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WA Today
One in four workers set to lose $100 billion in retirement savings from wage attackscuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
cuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce the retirement savings of millions of workers by $100 billion by the time they retire, a report has found. The report, the Consequences of Wage Suppression for... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times letters to the editor: Engagement ring a symbol of love and commitment, not slaveryand for the survival and wellbeing of future generations, and to set an example
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
and for the survival and wellbeing of future generations, and to set an example to the rest of the world, we need to reduce Australia's population. This means stopping immigration, discouraging Australians from having more than two children and... Read more
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The Age
One in four workers set to lose $100 billion in retirement savings from wage attackscuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
cuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce the retirement savings of millions of workers by $100 billion by the time they retire, a report has found. The report, the Consequences of Wage Suppression for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times letters to the editor: Engagement ring a symbol of love and commitment, not slaveryand for the survival and wellbeing of future generations, and to set an example
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
and for the survival and wellbeing of future generations, and to set an example to the rest of the world, we need to reduce Australia's population. This means stopping immigration, discouraging Australians from having more than two children and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
One in four workers set to lose $100 billion in retirement savings from wage attackscuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
cuts to penalty rates and companies scrapping enterprise agreements will reduce the retirement savings of millions of workers by $100 billion by the time they retire, a report has found. The report, the Consequences of Wage Suppression for... Read more
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The Courier
Cannery SPC Ardmona put under cosh to cut wages in return for government bailoutThe Abbott government pressed SPC Ardmona to slash pay for workers by as much a
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
The Abbott government pressed SPC Ardmona to slash pay for workers by as much as 40 per cent under a radical bailout plan for the food processor. The Abbott government pressed SPC Ardmona to slash pay for workers by as much as 40 per cent under a... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Pizza delivery driver takes on Domino's over outstanding millionsDomino's delivery driver Casey Salt is taking on her employer and one of Austra
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 days ago
Domino's delivery driver Casey Salt is taking on her employer and one of Australia's biggest unions. Domino's delivery driver Casey Salt is paid significantly less than the minimum pay of the award. Photo: Michael Chambers A Domino's pizza delivery... Read more
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Canberra Times
Coal battles to escape the inevitablecoal consumption will keep rising until 2040, overall global consumption will f
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
coal consumption will keep rising until 2040, overall global consumption will fall. China, the United States, the European Union and the rest of the OECD countries will all use less coal for any purpose. To generate electricity, coal is predicted... Read more
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Herald Sun
Qantas boss Joyce snares $24.6m paydayprice since Mr Joyce's long-term incentive entitlements were set three years ag
Herald Sun / Posted 8 days ago
price since Mr Joyce's long-term incentive entitlements were set three years ago. As a result, he now joins the ranks of Australia's most highly paid CEOs. Macquarie Group's chief executive Nicholas Moore was paid a total $25.7 million in the... Read more
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Perth Now
Qantas boss Joyce snares $24.6m paydayprice since Mr Joyce's long-term incentive entitlements were set three years ag
Perth Now / Posted 8 days ago
price since Mr Joyce's long-term incentive entitlements were set three years ago. As a result, he now joins the ranks of Australia's most highly paid CEOs. Macquarie Group's chief executive Nicholas Moore was paid a total $25.7 million in the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Qantas boss Joyce snares $24.6m paydayprice since Mr Joyce's long-term incentive entitlements were set three years ag
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 days ago
price since Mr Joyce's long-term incentive entitlements were set three years ago. As a result, he now joins the ranks of Australia's most highly paid CEOs. Macquarie Group's chief executive Nicholas Moore was paid a total $25.7 million in the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Qantas boss Joyce snares $24.6m paydayprice since Mr Joyce's long-term incentive entitlements were set three years ag
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
price since Mr Joyce's long-term incentive entitlements were set three years ago. As a result, he now joins the ranks of Australia's most highly paid CEOs. Macquarie Group's chief executive Nicholas Moore was paid a total $25.7 million in the... Read more
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The Age
Coal battles to escape the inevitablecoal consumption will keep rising until 2040, overall global consumption will f
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
coal consumption will keep rising until 2040, overall global consumption will fall. China, the United States, the European Union and the rest of the OECD countries will all use less coal for any purpose. To generate electricity, coal is predicted... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Coal battles to escape the inevitablecoal consumption will keep rising until 2040, overall global consumption will f
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
coal consumption will keep rising until 2040, overall global consumption will fall. China, the United States, the European Union and the rest of the OECD countries will all use less coal for any purpose. To generate electricity, coal is predicted... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Government tries again on legislation to overhaul superannuation fundsto ensure a third of trustees are independent and that an independent chairman
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
to ensure a third of trustees are independent and that an independent chairman is appointed, Ms O'Dwyer said claims by union-backed industry super funds that the Government was pursuing an ideological dispute were a diversion from the need to... Read more
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Canberra Times
CFMEU NSW faces fines of more than $2.4m for Barangaroo strikesThe national construction union faces unprecedented fines of more than $2.4 mil
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
The national construction union faces unprecedented fines of more than $2.4 million for unlawful industrial action on Sydney's Barangaroo building site. CFMEU NSW boss Brian Parker has been issued an individual fine of $45,400 and his colleague... Read more
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WA Today
CFMEU NSW faces fines of more than $2.4m for Barangaroo strikesThe national construction union faces unprecedented fines of more than $2.4 mil
WA Today / Posted 10 days ago
The national construction union faces unprecedented fines of more than $2.4 million for unlawful industrial action on Sydney's Barangaroo building site. CFMEU NSW boss Brian Parker has been issued an individual fine of $45,400 and his colleague... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Union officials urged unlawful strikeThe Federal Court has found that union officials coerced workers into unlawful
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
The Federal Court has found that union officials coerced workers into unlawful strikes in 2014. The national construction union faces unprecedented fines of more than $2.4 million for unlawful industrial action on Sydney's Barangaroo building... Read more
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The Border Mail
Union officials urged unlawful strikeSMH News story by Jacob Saulwick. Story: Australia's premier open building even
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
SMH News story by Jacob Saulwick. Story: Australia's premier open building event, Sydney Open is now in its 12th year offering people behind the scene access to a vast array of Sydney buildings in celebration of our architectural heritage and design.... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Union officials urged unlawful strikeThe Federal Court has found that union officials coerced workers into unlawful
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
The Federal Court has found that union officials coerced workers into unlawful strikes in 2014. The national construction union faces unprecedented fines of more than $2.4 million for unlawful industrial action on Sydney's Barangaroo building... Read more
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The Young Witness
Union officials urged unlawful strikeThe Federal Court has found that union officials coerced workers into unlawful
The Young Witness / Posted 10 days ago
The Federal Court has found that union officials coerced workers into unlawful strikes in 2014. The national construction union faces unprecedented fines of more than $2.4 million for unlawful industrial action on Sydney's Barangaroo building... Read more
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