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New unpaid family and domestic violence leave entitlement
Labor’s integrity crisis deepens with allegations of CFMEU coercion
State wage case decision – State minimum wage and WA award pay rates to increase from 1 July 2022
Industrial Relations Act changes introduced to Queensland Parliament
Temporary overnight closure of Bangalow Road: Ballina Shire
Pay slips are now compulsory for all employees
Fining and punishing striking workers won’t fix NSW’s problems
ILR’s Susanne Bruyére honored for impact
Further Ironside arrests, South Australia
New funding to ensure our food scraps don’t go to waste
Working at heights: New industrial rope access systems guide 21 June
Apprentice encourages others to apply for Council’s trainee and apprenticeship program
Changes to state employment laws commence today
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New state employment laws to commence on Monday 20 June 2022
Bulky Waste Clean-up 2022
Port Kembla Energy Terminal a Key Safeguard to Provide Energy Security
Macquarie Asset Management acquires state-of-the-art Dutch logistics real estate portfolio from VDG Real Estate
High Risk Work Licence – Earthmoving machinery used as crane
Working at heights: New industrial rope access systems guide
Cutting red tape on industrial plant registrations
New Building Industry Consultative Council Chairperson
Borsak Introduces Bill to Repeal Wage Cap
New Model Finds Best Sites for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
New WHS laws come into effect in Western Australia
Allens bolsters employment and safety practice with appointment of partner
Research reveals shrinking incomes as workers unite to smash pay cap
Daniel Andrews’ WorkCover mismanagement hurts workers, businesses and taxpayers
Council focuses on clearing Development Application backlog
Changes to Business and Industrial Zones
ACTU welcomes new Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations
Changes to Business and Industry Zones
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EPA looking for Williamstown dumper
Australia takes centre stage for Generation IV forum meeting
Protection for workers should be paramount in protest debate
Full-day strike: Catholic school staff demand better pay and conditions
New Rutherglen and Chiltern tourism projects underway
Low patronage drives Council to discontinue Loop Bus service
Angels Beach Dr and Sheather St connection complete
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Investment in libraries continues with refurbishment of Wallsend Library ready to begin
Global Green Energy company Fortescue Future Industries announces plan to investigate repurposing coal infrastructure for green
Geelong area man on EPA dumping charges
Allied health workers deserve better conditions
10,000 health workers to strike from Monday
LithGlow 2022 to deliver feel-good factor
Bus industrial action