Wednesday 18th Jul, 2018
MUA banners. Photo: Jim Wilson

Coalition working Senate to block MUA-CFMEU merger

The controversial merger of two of Australia’s largest and most militant workers’ unions is under threat, after Senate crossbenchers confirmed…
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MUA banners. Photo: Jim Wilson

Fair Work ignores employers, approves union merger

Australia’s industrial relations commission has green-lit the merger of two of Australia’s largest and most militant unions, despite employers warning…
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Fair Work overturns reinstatement of sacked South32 worker

A Fair Work Commission ruling which found the expression “f***ing dog c***” was reasonable language to use at a coal…
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Turnbull slams “class warrior” Shorten as Oaky lockout ends

The Government has taken aim at Opposition leader Bill Shorten for allegedly encouraging workers to break the law at a…
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Your digital edition of the ABHR January/February 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 January/February…
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Tug of war: BHP could face Port Hedland battle

Tugboat crews are reportedly preparing a new campaign against BHP over wages and conditions at Port Hedland, almost four years…
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180-day strike over in WA

Workers at WA’s Griffin Coal mine have voted to accept a cut in pay in order to end a six-month…
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Downer writes off $77m in mining goodwill

Downer has written off the remaining goodwill value of its mining unit, after losing two of its biggest contracts over…
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