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No Guarantee Of Cheaper Books, The 30 Day Rule Must Stay To Preserve Jobs: Amwu starstarstarstarstar   30th October 2009 - Views: 336 No Guarantee Of Cheaper Books, The 30 Day Rule Must Stay To Preserve Jobs: Amwu AMWU National Print Division Secretary Lorraine Cassin said that there was actually no evidence that the removal of these restrictions would see cheaper books for consumers, but any change to the restrictions would result in job losses and a reduction of $70 to $80 million per annum in revenue.

Thousands Rally Around Australia For Right On Site, Tomorrow starstarstarstarstar   29th October 2009 - Views: 321 Thousands Rally Around Australia For Right On Site, Tomorrow Thousands of workers and their families will turn out in rallies around the country tomorrow, Friday the 30th of October in support of South Australian construction worker, Ark Tribe, who faces up to six months jail for a matter related to workplace safety.

Union Prosecuted Over Alleged Unlawful Industrial Action starstarstarstarstar   27th October 2009 - Views: 335 Union Prosecuted Over Alleged Unlawful Industrial Action The Fair Work Ombudsman has launched a prosecution against the Transport Workers’ Union of Australia (TWU), the TWU Queensland branch and their officials over alleged unlawful industrial action by Qantas baggage handlers in Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in March this year.

South West School Support Workers To Storm Troy Buswell's Office starstarstarstarstar   20th October 2009 - Views: 390 South West School Support Workers To Storm Troy Buswell's Office Mr Buswell is offering school support workers a pay rise of only 44 cents an hour, which is unfair when you consider the State Government has put up household fees and charges by more than $1,000 this year.

Hobart Cleaners 'no Longer Invisible' Arvo Tea & Photo Exhibition Today starstarstarstarstar   16th October 2009 - Views: 318 Twelve months ago in Anti-Poverty Week Tasmanian cleaners protested on the steps of Parliament demanding respect and that building owners and cleaning contractors sign on to support the Clean Start fair go for cleaners campaign.

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