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News flash! 40 ships missing off Sydney!

Botany and Kurnell are clear of ships. But, hey, it's been a long time since a Liberal leader had a chance to hurl abuse at a union.

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Glee and envy greet the political death of a Labor warlord. But is this really the end?

Labor factional power broker Adam Somyurek has been sacked from the Andrews government following a damning investigation by Nine. So what's next for Labor'?

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Anatomy of a disaster: how the NTEU’s plan to save jobs fell apart

A controversial plan by the National Tertiary Education Union has divided the rank and file membership during a period of increasing uncertainty for the sector.

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He dreamed a dream of awards gone by

Good morning, early birds. The Morrison government has flagged three priorities for industrial relations reform, and the European Commission has unveiled their $1.2 trillion recovery package. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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This isn’t a return of the Accord, Twitter stumps Trump, and the ABC has another go

ABC says sorry... sorta, and Donald Trump is busted by Twitter. Plus the latest Tips and Murmurs from the Crikey bunker.

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Weapons down? Maybe, but there is plenty to fight about. Here’s a list of friction points

The prime minister wants businesses and unions to 'down weapons' to negotiate industrial reform. But there's a lot they don't agree on.

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A question of trust: can unions, the government and business all stay friends?

Scott Morrison's plan for economic recovery relies on unions and employers working together, presenting both a risk and an opportunity for the union movement.

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The man who changed what unions could and should do. Vale, Jack Mundey

Union leader Jack Mundey's monument is the city he saved, and the democratic and radical impulse written down in stone and streets.

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Obliging Deloitte delivers big union presence on Virgin creditors committee

Bondholders for the late Virgin Australia are said to be furious after having requests to serve on the creditors committee rejected without explanation.

Australian union numbers swell amid pandemic shutdown

Australian workers are flocking to unions as the COVID-19 crisis worsens — and it isn't just the hardest-hit industries seeing numbers rise.

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