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Turnbull submits to explosive check ... ICT jobs to go in Melbourne ... trouble at QSuper? ...

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Turnbull submits to explosive check ... ICT jobs to go in Melbourne ... trouble at QSuper? ...

The long slow death of Australian manufacturing has prompted Crikey to provisionally rehabilitate its popular and highly regarded Sackwatch column, last seen in mid-2009 when we tracked the fallout in corporate Australia in the aftermath of the global financial crisis.

Sackwatch 14: Qantas, ANZ, Westpac line up on the list

The long slow death of Australian manufacturing has prompted Crikey to provisionally rehabilitate its popular and highly regarded Sackwatch column, last seen in mid-2009 when we tracked the fallout in corporate Australia in the aftermath of the global financial crisis.

General Motors Holden have announced plans to lay off swathes of white collar workers.

White-collar Holden workers face the axe

General Motors Holden have announced plans to lay off swathes of white collar workers.

Anthony Albanese gets his community offside over fig trees, things hot up in Coober Pedy, Sackwatch news, and more from our tipsters.

Will Albo’s free kick be an own goal?

Anthony Albanese gets his community offside over fig trees, things hot up in Coober Pedy, Sackwatch news, and more from our tipsters.

Rumours are surfacing that Immigration chiefs are worried stiff this morning about overcrowding on Christmas Island on the back of Unannounced Boat Number 14 (UBN14*)...

Another refugee boat intercepted?

Rumours are surfacing that Immigration chiefs are worried stiff this morning about overcrowding on Christmas Island on the back of Unannounced Boat Number 14 (UBN14*)...

Unemployment data released this morning has confirmed the suspicion among economists that the April jobless figure was a blip on the radar.

SackWatch 11: the shutters come down

Unemployment data released this morning has confirmed the suspicion among economists that the April jobless figure was a blip on the radar.

Centrebet has launched a betting market on how high unemployment might go, with the smart money saying last month's jobless drop will be erased in May.

SackWatch 10: place your bets before the deluge

Centrebet has launched a betting market on how high unemployment might go, with the smart money saying last month's jobless drop will be erased in May.

Crikey’s SackWatch on ABC2

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ni6Su5s90UI[/youtube] Featuring: Andrew Crook’s beard, Sophie Black going home, the back of Jonathan Green’s head, First Dog kicking back with his foot on the desk, and our not-at-all-missed old website.

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