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Fariness test appeal lengthy and expensive
Parties wanting to challenge agreements approved by the Workplace Authority under the new fairness test would have to go to the High Court, according to legal advice to the ACTU from Maurice Blackburn Cashman.
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Perth cements spot as Australia's priciest city
Perth has cemented its position as Australia's least affordable capital city after new figures released today revealed housing affordability has fallen to its lowest level yet recorded.
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Labor attacks fairness test 'shambles'

The Federal Opposition has slammed the Government's handling of its new industrial relations fairness test, after debate on the bill was gagged in Parliament this morning. The Government curtailed debate on the bill this morning after moving two amendments to the legislation late yesterday.

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More indigenous workers in mining
THE mining industry has boosted its indigenous workforce to 8 per cent, with some companies planning to increase numbers further over coming years, a new report shows.
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Unpaid overtime not due to AWAs - minister

GOVERNMENT changes to workplace laws are not to blame for new figures showing people are working more unpaid overtime, Workplace Relations Minister Joe Hockey says.

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PM works hard on empty pledges
By Julia Gillard

May 08, 2007 12:00

Article from: The DailyTelegraph

THE Howard Government is about to spend yet another bucketload of your money to fund more industrial relations advertising.

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