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SA Power Networks under Hadgkiss’ Building Code

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SA Power Networks under Hadgkiss’ Building Code On the 15th of February this year, Michaelia Cash gave express assurances to the Australian Senate that Essential Services would be exempted from the ABCC’s Building Code. These assurances have now been broken. To remind our political representatives of this CEPU National Secretary Allen Hicks recently sent the…

1SAPN Update 1, 7 July 2017

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1SAPN Update 1, 7 July 2017 1SAPN, 1Deal Members, I wanted to let you all know how the first week of the campaign against the ABCC Building Code has progressed and what the next few weeks of the campaign looks like. As many of you already know, this campaign is a result of the Australian…

CEPU SA lobby SA Government for licensing of Labour Hire Industry

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CEPU SA lobby SA Government for licensing of Labour Hire Industry The CEPU SA, led by State Secretary John Adley, have been lobbying Jay Weatherill’s State Government for some time regarding the licensing of the Labour Hire Industry and we have received some great news, as contained in the attached letter from the Deputy Premier…

Union legal challenge to Turnbull Gov building code progresses to Federal Court hearing

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Union legal challenge to Turnbull Gov building code progresses to Federal Court hearing MEDIA RELEASE Friday, 30 June 2017 Union legal challenge to Turnbull Gov building code progresses to Federal Court hearing. The Federal Court today confirmed that the first legal challenge to the Turnbull Government’s controversial building industry code would proceed to a hearing….

Strong manufacturing sector crucial to ensure stable jobs for the future

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Strong manufacturing sector crucial to ensure stable jobs for the future Wednesday 21 June, 2017   The Australia Institute’s Centre for Future Work’s released “Manufacturing: A Moment of Opportunity” today, coinciding with the National Manufacturing Summit. The report and the summit have highlighted a sector that despite being shunned by government is showing strong signs…

ACTU media release: Turnbull votes for crushing penalty rate cuts, turns back on working people

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ACTU media release: Turnbull votes for crushing penalty rate cuts, turns back on working people Wednesday 21 June, 2017   Statement from Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) President Ged Kearney: The Turnbull Government’s decision to vote against proposed legislation to stop the penalty rate cuts is another failure to stand up for Australian working…

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