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Unions in Australia rally for locked-out Fijian aviation workers [eTurboNews] 2018-01-18

Working in extreme heat- MEAA reminder [MEAA] 2018-01-18

Union activists in Australia rally for locked-out Fijian aviation workers [ITF Global Uniom]  ActNOW!  2018-01-18

PM’s assurances on wage growth worth nothing when employers refuse to act on low wages despite high profits [ACTU] 2018-01-17

Make Exxon Pay tax in Australia! [Make Exxon Pay Coalition] 2018-01-17

 VIDEO  Three horrific crashes and a $468,000 wage theft case confirm that the transport industry is in crisis [TWU] 2018-01-17

South Australia Transport operator in $468k wage theft case [TWU] 2018-01-17

 VIDEO  Fighting for Safe & Secure Jobs for Safe & Secure Skies! [TWU] 2018-01-17

It’s every day Australians who need a pay rise, not Turnbull’s top political staffers [ACTU] 2018-01-16

ACTU welcomes Banking Royal Commission confirmation of public submissions [ACTU] 2018-01-16

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Victoria Australian Paper workers on strike 2018-01-18 [ProPrint]

Ports Australia and TWU in new truck safety commentary 2018-01-18 [Owner Drivet]

Dump corporate tax cut and invest in public services, CPSU tells Coalition 2018-01-18 [Fairfax Media]

New South Wales Leaked documents reveal plan to replace workers at Port Kembla Coal Terminal 2018-01-18 [ABC]

New South Wales Shock remarks from Minister spark debate 2018-01-18 [Big Rigs]

New South Wales Union concerned government will blame truck drivers for crashes 2018-01-18 [Daily Liberal]

Plan to ‘electrocute’ drowsy truck drivers slammed 2018-01-18 [Rockhampton Bulletin]

Australian unions rally for locked-out Fiji workers  ActNOW!  2018-01-18 [Radio New Zealand International]

Tasmania It’s time for a penalty rates review: Launceston Chamber of Commerce chief 2018-01-18 [Launceston Examiner]

Court cases threaten to block CFMEU-MUA super union 2018-01-18 [AFR]

New South Wales Truck drivers could get an electric shock in ‘offensive’ suggestion to reduce road carnage 2018-01-18 [The New Daily ]

Unions in Australia rally for locked-out Fijian aviation workers 2018-01-18 [eTurboNews]

Working in extreme heat- MEAA reminder 2018-01-18 [MEAA]

Victoria Preston paper workers strike amid workplace agreement negotiations 2018-01-18 [Preston Leader]

Union activists in Australia rally for locked-out Fijian aviation workers  ActNOW!  2018-01-18 [ITF Global Uniom]

New South Wales Australian unions protest for locked-out Fijian aviation workers https://goo.gl/YwjyzV 2018-01-17 [ITF]

Nadine Flood re-elected CPSU national secretary for another three years 2018-01-17 [Fairfax Media]

PM’s assurances on wage growth worth nothing when employers refuse to act on low wages despite high profits 2018-01-17 [ACTU]

Make Exxon Pay tax in Australia! 2018-01-17 [Make Exxon Pay Coalition]

Aldi makes push for greater flexibility in bargaining in Fair Work case 2018-01-17 [AFR]

 VIDEO  Three horrific crashes and a $468,000 wage theft case confirm that the transport industry is in crisis 2018-01-17 [TWU]

South Australia Transport operator in $468k wage theft case 2018-01-17 [TWU]

 VIDEO  Fighting for Safe & Secure Jobs for Safe & Secure Skies! 2018-01-17 [TWU]

New South Wales Sydney train strike threat prompts Labor leader to say Transport Minister belongs 'in a cupboard' 2018-01-17 [ABC]

CFMEU-MUA merger to create $150m super union 'too big' for the courts 2018-01-17 [AFR]

Union pay rises lag non-union deals as wage growth slumps to record low 2018-01-17 [AFR]

No union, no problem? Not always. 2018-01-16 [Lexology]

Low wages and inequality a result of lost union power 2018-01-16 [The Times]

New South Wales Sydney and NSW train workers to go on 24-hour strike 2018-01-16 [ABC]

Lawyer welcomes order for AWU raid document disclosure 2018-01-16 [Lawyers Weekly]

Victoria Gas plant protest reaches 200 days 2018-01-16 [Gippsland Times]

New South Wales Premier confident there will be no train strike 2018-01-16 [SBS]

Victoria Truck carrying thousands of chickens crashes in North Geelong 2018-01-16 [ABC]

New South Wales Truck driver dies after three-vehicle crash explosion south of Newcastle at Cooranbong 2018-01-16 [ABC]

Queensland Two brothers die after inhaling fumes while cleaning tank at central Queensland business 2018-01-16 [ABC]

Queensland Work for the Dole death: 'Put Michaelia Cash on the stand' 2018-01-16 [Toowoomba Chronicle ]

ACTU flooded with gripes over banks’ conduct 2018-01-16 [The Australian]

It’s every day Australians who need a pay rise, not Turnbull’s top political staffers 2018-01-16 [ACTU]

ACTU welcomes Banking Royal Commission confirmation of public submissions 2018-01-16 [ACTU]

New South Wales Train workers take industrial action 2018-01-15 [SBS]

Paying a little extra upfront is better than tipping 2018-01-13 [Fairfax Media]

'Sham contracting', debt and distress overwhelm telco repair workers 2018-01-13 [ABC]

Unions to offer assistance with victims’ submissions to Banking Royal Commission For more info 2018-01-13 [ACTU]

Banking royal commission: Australian unions to collect victims' stories 2018-01-13 [Guardian Australia ]

New South Wales State government urges rail workers not to strike following Sydney train 'mess' 2018-01-13 [SBS]

New South Wales Sydney trains meltdown: NSW drivers flag strikes after voting 'yes' to protected industrial action 2018-01-13 [ABC]

New South Wales Port Kembla lockout ends. Workers back 2018-01-12 [Illawarra Mercury]

Dominos workers to vote on improved enterprise agreement 2018-01-12 [SDA]

New South Wales Fix our rail chaos. Complain to the Ministef. Here  ActNOW!  2018-01-12 [Our Transport]

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This month in labour history

2-01-1879 Sacked Austrialian seamen return to work after a six week strike, with the promise of re-employment over the next two years. [more]

3-01-1974 Forty four Victoria Street squatters, including BLF activist Joe Owens, are arrested as property developers try to clear the area for the construction of three skyscrapers. [more]

31-01-1912 A general strike begins in Brisbane in support of thousands of tramworkers sacked for wearing union badges. [more]