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14 Dec Dock blockade a warning against union merger

James Paterson -- Herald Sun -- 14 December, 2017   Australia's militant unions are again showing contempt for the public and the rule of law, with the MUA and CFMEU joining to blockade the Victoria International Container Terminal at Melbourne's Webb Dock. In what should serve as a...

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31 May More questions raised about CFA split

Tom Minear and Anthony Galloway -- Herald Sun -- 31 May, 2017   CLAIMS by the Andrews Government that it is being forced to dismantle the CFA because of a ”completely unworkable” federal law have been thrown into doubt by documents filed at the Fair Work Commission. Premier...

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01 Mar Reforms options with PM

James Campbell -- Herald Sun -- 28 February, 2017 THE fight to protect free speech in Australia will move to the Coalition party room after a landmark parliamentary inquiry handed the Turnbull Government options for reforming the notorious 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act. While free speech supporters...

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07 Oct Abstract idea to cash in on Pollock

By Rob Harris NATIONAL treasure Blue Poles should be sold to pay off debt, a Liberal senator says. The abstract expressionist painting, by American artist Jackson Pollock, was controversially bought in 1973 for $1.3 million - then a world record price for a contemporary American painting. The National...

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