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- Australia : Hospital cuts the beginning of the end
- Australia : Women's cricket team has won a pay rise that means some players will be able to quit their day jobs
- Australia : Mine in central Queensland town of Moranbah to employ 1000 workers on FIFO roster
- Australia : CFMEU attacks BHP for ignoring Central Queensland region's needs
- Australia : Shellhabour council spat over nurse numbers and nurse union campaign
- Australia : Grocon opposes CFMEU appearance at coronor's inquiry. Police investigating why wall debris was removed from collapse site
- Australia : Supreme Court decision limits public knowledge of OHS offences
- Australia : Workplace needle danger worse in Australia for nurses than Europe or US
- Australia : Independent MP says Qld workers need travel compensation
- Australia : New workplace bullying laws seen as gamechanger â maybe
- Australia : Important survey: What has the attack on NSWâs Workers Compensation laws meant for you?
- Australia : Domestic violence victims denied dedicated support by Charles Sturt University.
- Australia : Panel beater found guilty over sacking man with incurable cancer
- Australia : Australian Nursing Federation calls for state government action over hospital violence
- Australia : Ambos warn of lives in danger
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Tag Archives: MUA
In the news this week: ACTU supports government’s role in HSU saga 900 workers at risk at Ford in Geelong International Workers’ Memorial Day 2012 is celebrated this week Maritime Workers get results after nineteen months of negotiations United Kingdom … Continue reading
In the news tonight: 1. Unions look to increase female membership 2. Women’s workloads and hours increasing 3. Women are paid 18% less than their male counterparts at work according to the international trade union confederation 4. Union aid abroad … Continue reading
In the news this week: The MUA asks Chevron to keep jobs in Australia Half of all casual workers would prefer to have a secure job Beaconsfield workers devastated by mine closure Two million public sector workers strike in the … Continue reading
In early May, cars arriving in Chile from Japan were found to be contaminated with radiation. Despite this, The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) refused to commit to scanning cargo for radiation levels. Niow, after long talks … Continue reading
The Maritime Union commenced stopwork action this week after nine months of negotiations over not just pay, but safety on Australia’s docks reached an impasse. The stop work action has affected docks in Sydney, Brisbane and Fremantle and has affected … Continue reading