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Are payments to union officials worse than a death on a worksite?

Are payments to union officials worse than a death on a worksite?

Charlie LewisMar 23, 20171 Comment

According to the Coalition's new laws, employers who make secret payments to unions are worse than employers who spy on or exploit workers.

Ten is in such woeful shape even its own board won't buy shares

Glenn DyerMar 17, 2017

Siobhan McKenna quit the Channel Ten board and revealed how many shares she had held in Ten. How many? Zero.

While conservatives kick the CFMEU, employers get a free pass

While conservatives kick the CFMEU, employers get a free pass

Charlie LewisMar 16, 201713 Comments

Oooooh no, Sally McManus said "illegal" strikes might not be as bad as workplaces so dangerous employees are killed.

Rundle: Elon Musk and the end of capitalism as we know it

Rundle: Elon Musk and the end of capitalism as we know it

Guy RundleMar 16, 201729 Comments

Let Turnbull try to build his new dam. The seeds of capitalism's destruction are already sown.

The one election promise Mark McGowan should break immediately

The one election promise Mark McGowan should break immediately

John MenadueMar 14, 201718 Comments

Mark McGowan should quickly move to increase royalties on the mining companies, writes former head of Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet John Menadue.

The view from the summit: beware business lecturing us on investment

The view from the summit: beware business lecturing us on investment

Glenn Dyer and Bernard KeaneMar 10, 20171 Comment

Is a corporate tax break really going to save the Australian economy?

How to repair the budget without shaking down innocent Centrelink clients

How to repair the budget without shaking down innocent Centrelink clients

Chris FotinopoulosMar 10, 20177 Comments

Tackling global tax avoidance requires long-term vision, but it's what Australia needs, writes ethicist and freelance writer Chris Fotinopoulos.

Plenty of blame to go round for gas 'crisis'

Plenty of blame to go round for gas 'crisis'

Bernard KeaneMar 9, 201728 Comments

The "crisis" in gas supply has been a long time coming and the Coalition's war on climate policy has made it worse.

The colossal stupidity of turning a publicly owned airport into a badly run private monopoly

The colossal stupidity of turning a publicly owned airport into a badly run private monopoly

Ben SandilandsMar 7, 2017

This is not just about Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane airports, but the mindset shared by the Coalition and Labor parties when it comes to short-term privatisation profits versus the economic future of Australia.

The hubristic tragedy of Slater & Gordon

The hubristic tragedy of Slater & Gordon

Adam SchwabMar 6, 2017

The disaster at Slater & Gordon would have been exactly the kind of collapse that would have led to a class action led by Slater & Gordon itself.

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