Tuesday 19th Dec, 2017
MUA banners. Photo: Jim Wilson

More ugliness on Australia’s waterfront

Union members allegedly breached a Supreme Court injunction this week by continuing to picket at a Port of Melbourne stevedoring…
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New Rio Tinto chairman Simon Thompson. Photo: Rio Tinto

Rio promotes Thompson to chairman role

Simon Thompson will succeed Jan du Plessis as the next chairman of Anglo-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto, the company announced…
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Your digital edition of the ABHR November/December Issue is here!

Australian Bulk Handling Review is pleased to release its latest instalment for online readers in a digital, true-to-life, format. The…
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MUA members voting for a merger with the CFMEU. Photo: MUA

Wharfies, CFMEU vote for mega union

Employers are preparing to go to war over a potential merger between two of Australia’s largest and most militant workers’…
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Union rep who abused colleagues reinstated

South32 has been ordered to reinstate a coal worker who verbally abused and physically threatened his co-workers, after the Fair…
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Toll adds another Linfox veteran

Toll Group chief executive Michael Byrne has added another former Linfox executive to his team, with Peter Stokes today joining…
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CIMIC’s revenue growth continues in third quarter

Civil engineering and services group CIMIC has named its new chief executive officer, and has firmed up its strong profit…
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“Recidivist” union fined over Brisbane dispute, wins elsewhere

It’s been a big week for the CFMEU, after the bulk handling industry’s prominent workers’ union faced massive fines in…
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