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We need more strikes and more militancy to force wages growth

If unions were stronger, wages may not have stagnated and people might be willing to work in the horticulture industry.

Migrant workers are overworked, intimidated and even killed on Australian farms

Australia's supermarket duopoly sits at the head of a production chain that holds labourers in slave-like conditions, putting them at risk of serious injury or death.

Follow the PaTH to unpaid labour! It’s easier than you think.

Businesses can engage unpaid workers with minimal vetting and oversight under the PaTH internship program.

Bosses rip off workers because they can — it’s not like the FWO will stop them

A recidivist business can rip off workers for years without fear of ever being brought up on criminal charges, writes former CDPP prosecutor Robert Corr.

The voluntary filtering being introduced by some of Australia's major internet service providers (ISPs) is on shaky legal ground.

Is voluntary internet filtering a crime?

The voluntary filtering being introduced by some of Australia's major internet service providers (ISPs) is on shaky legal ground.

It's hard not to be cynical about pro-bono charity ads. Some of them – particularly those involving children – are creative for creativity’s sake.

The murky world of pro-bono charity advertising

It's hard not to be cynical about pro-bono charity ads. Some of them – particularly those involving children – are creative for creativity’s sake.

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