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New South Wales MUA Front And Centre Of Dalfram Dispute Commemoration [MUA] 2018-11-16

New South Wales Big victory for workers in Wollongong, the Hunter as union secures a fair deal from Boom Logistics [CFMMEU] 2018-11-16

Win for working people in landmark Foodora case [ACTU] 2018-11-16

Foodora rider classed as employee and wins unfair dismissal case [The Guardian] 2018-11-16

Nobel Prize-winner endorses sector bargaining [ACTU] 2018-11-14

Still a long way to go on pay equity [ACTU] 2018-11-13

Independence concerns grow for Australia’s public broadcaster [IFJ] 2018-11-13

New South Wales Merivale staff seek to kill off WorkChoices-era pay agreement over weekend penalty rates [ABC] 2018-11-12

Western Australia Workers at WA mine site launch impromptu strike over commute pay [Today] 2018-11-12

Western Australia Pilbara mine site workers strike over ‘wage theft’ [The West Australian] 2018-11-12

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Union wins hefty pay rises after strike costs employer $3m 2018-11-16 [The Morning Herald]

Foodora rider who complained about conditions wins unfair dismissal case 2018-11-16 [The New Daily]

TWU calls for horror truck crashes to be investigated 2018-11-16 [TWU]

Major blow to on-demand economy 2018-11-16 [TWU]

Wage theft inquiry report calls for criminalisation 2018-11-16 [QCU]

PFA welcomes Government funding for Jon Moriarty Football 2018-11-16 [PFA]

New study finds shoppers happy to pay more if workers paid fairly 2018-11-16 [NUW]

New South Wales DP World Walks Out Of Meeting With MUA For New Enterprise Agreement 2018-11-16 [MUA]

New South Wales MUA Front And Centre Of Dalfram Dispute Commemoration 2018-11-16 [MUA]

New South Wales Big victory for workers in Wollongong, the Hunter as union secures a fair deal from Boom Logistics 2018-11-16 [CFMMEU]

NAB CEO ‘inadvertent breaches’ cause for broader concern 2018-11-16 [FSU]

Win for working people in landmark Foodora case 2018-11-16 [ACTU]

Western Australia Drug test blitz on Perth Zoo, Rottnest and Kings Park staff 2018-11-16 [News.com]

Western Australia Labour hire company takes Perth builder on in underpayments stoush 2018-11-16 [Today]

New South Wales CFMEU members celebrate their win in an industrial dispute with Boom Logistics 2018-11-16 [The Argus]

New South Wales Dalfram dispute anniversary coincides with Japanese Prime Minister's historic Darwin visit 2018-11-16 [ABC]

Western Australia WA union boss belts 'trouble makers' for election 'lies and misinformation' 2018-11-16 [The Times]

Foodora loses unfair dismissal case and is ordered to pay former delivery rider $16,000 2018-11-16 [ABC]

 VIDEO  Former Foodora rider wins $16k in landmark unfair dismissal case 2018-11-16 [SBS]

​Foodora rider deemed employee in unfair dismissal case 2018-11-16 [ZDNet]

Foodora rider classed as employee and wins unfair dismissal case 2018-11-16 [The Guardian]

Queensland Transport Workers Union demands answers in the wake of fatality 2018-11-16 [Brisbane Times]

Power plant owner accused of disregarding safety after worker's death 2018-11-15 [The Age]

Victoria Worksafe inspector was inside Marshall Lethlean factory on morning Ai Group apprentice died 2018-11-15 [ABC]

Greens to push for industry-level bargaining to woo voters away from Labor 2018-11-15 [The Guardian]

ABC journalists under fire after signing on to campaign to tear up industrial relations laws 2018-11-15 [The Morning Herald]

Western Australia Two workers sent home after impromptu WA mine strike 2018-11-15 [The Morning Herald]

Victoria 'Silent' ambo workers warn of potential strike 2018-11-15 [Bay 93.9]

PFA Hold Annual General Meeting, Confirms Record Membership 2018-11-14 [PFA]

Voice Treaty Truth To Be Theme for NAIDOC Week 2019 2018-11-14 [MUA]

Wages stay low even as award rises kick in 2018-11-14 [ACTU]

Nobel Prize-winner endorses sector bargaining 2018-11-14 [ACTU]

Morrison wants to let super thieves off the hook 2018-11-14 [ACTU]

 VIDEO Victoria Widow of Victorian dad killed in trench collapse speaks out as election looms 2018-11-14 [9 News]

A lightning rod for gig economy 2018-11-14 [Innovation Aus]

'Turf them out': unions call for a fox hunt to keep retail funds out of super 2018-11-14 [The Financial Review]

Victoria Family distraught after apprentice dies in worksite employer Ai Group knew was unsafe 2018-11-14 [ABC]

Transport Workers Union reject ‘false’ membership figures 2018-11-14 [News.com]

More than 60% of Australian women have experienced sexual harassment at work – survey 2018-11-14 [The Guardian]

‘Do Your Block’ for fair public school funding 2018-11-13 [AEU]

Still a long way to go on pay equity 2018-11-13 [ACTU]

Victoria Power station worker dies after accident 2018-11-13 [9 News]

Tasmania Teachers to stop work over pay 2018-11-13 [Education HQ]

 VIDEO  Men are still earning $26k a year more than women 2018-11-13 [SBS]

Cash denies knowledge of AWU subpoena 2018-11-13 [News.com]

Victoria Electrical Trades Union issues ‘stop to work’ on RCR Tomlinson Victorian projects 2018-11-13 [PV Magazine]

FactCheck Q&A: have 90% of Labor MPs worked in trade unions? 2018-11-13 [The Conversation]

Independence concerns grow for Australia’s public broadcaster 2018-11-13 [IFJ]

Victoria Many safety lessons from one workplace death 2018-11-12 [SafetyAtWorkBlog]

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This month in labour history

1-11-1923 Police in Melbourne strike against the use of labour spies? [more]

2-11-1928 Police fire on striking dock workers in Melbourne, killing one man. [more]

4-11-1908 Sydney's rockchoppers vow to continue their strike "so long as one single member of the union remains in gaol." [more]

5-11-1890 Miners in Newcastle are the last New South Wales workers to return to work after the Great Strike. [more]

29-11-1849 Chartist leader William Cuffay arrives in Australia, having been transported from Britain after his treason trial [more]