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  1. Unions flex muscle in push for return to industrial bargaining - The Australian

    The Australian

    Unions flex muscle in push for return to industrial bargaining
    The Australian
    Jobs and Industrial Relations Minister Kelly O'Dwyer said the rallies were a “show of militant union power” designed to remind Mr Shorten he should accede to the union movement's demands. She said the rallies would “do nothing to increase wages” and ...
    Kelly O'Dwyer warns of industrial 'anarchy' ahead of union mega-rallyThe Sydney Morning Herald
    Union rally floods Melbourne CBD as tens of thousands march for ...ABC News
    Union rallies 'a demonstration of militant union power,' says Jobs Minister2GB
    The Guardian
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  2. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews slammed for 'leading' ACTU rally - The Australian Financial Review

    The Australian Financial Review

    Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews slammed for 'leading' ACTU rally
    The Australian Financial Review
    More than 160,000 people attended the Melbourne march for changes to industrial relations laws, including industry-wide bargaining and strike rights, while more than 10,000 protested in Sydney. Mr Andrews, who was seen at the front of the Melbourne ...
    'He's not supposed to be some protester': Andrews attacked over rallyThe Age

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  3. Employers warn housing costs will be pushed up if 'pattern bargaining' is allowed - The Sydney Morning Herald

    The Sydney Morning Herald

    Employers warn housing costs will be pushed up if 'pattern bargaining' is allowed
    The Sydney Morning Herald
    Mr Noonan said if the full bench upheld the pattern bargaining finding against the CFMMEU, it would mean "100 years of industrial relations law was turned on its head". "If the commissioner at first instance was right, it would really prove that we ...

  4. ACTU wants a return to the dark days of mass union militancy - The Sydney Morning Herald

    The Sydney Morning Herald

    ACTU wants a return to the dark days of mass union militancy
    The Sydney Morning Herald
    Today we are being given a glimpse of the bleak industrial relations landscape future in Australia were there to be a change of government next year. An estimated 120,000 members of the trade union movement marched through Melbourne's streets for the ...

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  5. Melbourne and Sydney stevedores paying MUA members to attend ACTU rallies - The Australian Financial Review

    The Australian Financial Review

    Melbourne and Sydney stevedores paying MUA members to attend ACTU rallies
    The Australian Financial Review
    Sydney and Melbourne port terminals will partially shut down on Tuesday because stevedore companies are paying for union members to protest in favour of changing industrial relations laws. Stevedores DP World, Hutchison Ports and Patrick have ...

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