UNION: Libs school funding idea to 'entrench inequality'

Story Published: 1 Apr 2016

The Teachers Union claim a plan to end federal funding for public schools but maintain it for private schools is manifestly...

School Funding, Turnbull, Unions

READER'S VIEW: Return to days where politicians weren't paid

Story Published: 12 Feb 2016

Our first politicians worked voluntarily for the good of their country.

Entitlements, Politics, Unions

Unions speak out against Campbell Newman

Video Published: 30 Jan 2015

Union leaders in Brisbane have urged Queenslanders to ditch Campbell Newman as premier.

Actu, Campbell Newman, Ged Kearney, John Battams, Qcu, Queensland Election 2015, Unions

Commissioner did not fully disclose documents: CFMEU

Story Published: 22 Aug 2015

ROYAL Commissioner Dyson Heydon failed to release information regarding his acceptance of an invitation to a Liberal Party...

Bias, Cfmeu, Dyson Heydon, Editors Picks, Royal Commission, Unions

Unions demand action against rogue labour hire operators

Story Published: 14 Jul 2015

A PUBLIC register of labour hire companies employing temporary overseas workers should be created to prevent worker...

457 Visa, Labour Hire, Overseas Workers, Unions, Worker Exploitation

Teys called for endorsement of ChAFTA “without delay”

Story Published: 13 Aug 2015

AUSTRALIA'S second largest beef processor has thrown its support behind the China – Australia Free Trade Agreement...

China Free Trade Agreement, Teys Australia, Unions

Call to reject change on penalty pay rates

Story Published: 30 Nov 2015

UNIONS have urged the Turnbull Government not to move to cut penalty rates, as the Productivity Commission hands a key...

Penalty Rates, Politics, Productivity Commission, Unions

Senator Cash accuses unions of hypocrisy over 457 visas

Story Published: 18 Aug 2015

THE Assistant Minister for Immigration, Michaelia Cash, has accused trade unions of “incredible hypocrisy” for employing...

457 Visas, Employment, Senator Michaelia Cash, Trade, Unions

Government presses Shorten to explain union deal

Story Published: 19 Jun 2015

BILL Shorten may have to explain payments made by the Australian Workers Union to his 2007 election campaign for the seat...

Bill Shorten, Christopher Pyne, Unions

Abbott backs commission to proceed without Heydon

Story Published: 25 Aug 2015

PRIME Minister Tony Abbott has vowed the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption will not stop even if...

Dyson Heydon, Politics, Royal Commission Into Trade Unions, Unions