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Students lose out as union laws bite
THE Federal Government's ban on compulsory student union membership has crippled political representation and independent advocacy at universities, a report has found.
 
Chili's restaurant chain prosecuted for unpaid wages
THE State Government will prosecute the Chili's chain of restaurants that allegedly failed to meet a 21-day deadline to pay more than $45,000 in unpaid wages to its young workers.
 
Last chance to get on electoral roll
Eligible voters not already on the electoral roll have until 8pm on Wednesday night to enrol, or miss out.
 
'Duress' on pilots to sign AWAs
A PERTH pilot who refused tosign an Australian Workplace Agreement was told in writing by his bosses that his decision was untenable, the Federal Magistrates Court heard yesterday.
 
Church leaders give Abbott moral lessons
TONY Abbott, Australia's most prominent Catholic politician, is at war with the churches over their criticisms of the Coalition's industrial relations policy.
 
Service stations charge employees for fuel drive-offs
An investigation by the state's Fair Employment Advocate has found that some petrol stations are charging workers for the fuel taken by motorists who leave without paying.
 
Union uproar over withheld agreements
THE Howard Government's workplace monitor is refusing to publish details of thousands of collective workplace agreements lodged since the introduction of the fairness test, which was supposed to soften the controversial industrial relations laws.
 
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