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Top public servants win big pay rises
Australia's top public servant will get a $42,000 wage rise in July as industrial strife looms over pay rises for the Commonwealth's 160,000 rank-and-file bureaucrats.
Union boss ridicules Shorten push
A key union figure has warned those who believe Bill Shorten’s proposed party reforms will rid Labor of factional dominance are “living in a fool’s world”.
Source: Courier Mail
Sita Australia has lodged legal action in a bid to stop this week's planned strike of its garbage collectors going ahead in Canberra.
Source: Canberra Times
The Electrical Trade Union has spat at accusations by Deputy Chief Minister Dave Tollner of “union cronyism” at Power and Water.
Source: NT News
Forests Minister Leon Bignell has confirmed Forestry SA is keen to cut almost 100 jobs in South Australia over the next two years.
The Federal Government program aimed at creating 2000 new Tasmanian jobs has generated just 25 positions in its first three and a half months.Source: The Mercury
Revised enterprise agreement offer to teachers
Public Employment Commissioner Craig Allen has made a revised enterprise agreement offer to Northern Territory teachers.