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Higher superannuation means lower wages: Grattan
Aspiring teachers to benefit from simpler application process
Small business suffers as consumers think twice
Business confidence remains in doldrums
TWU calls on Jetstar to make workers a genuine offer, as strike moratorium extended
Small businesses will feel sting of minimum wage rise
Teesside transformation backed by £71m government funding
Government announces pay rise for 2.8 million people
RAA patrol workers walk off job
$60 million funding boost to support community service providers
TWU calls moratorium on strikes; appeals to Jetstar to come to table
Great win at Boggabri Coal sets new standard for Gunnedah Basin
Minimum wage increase will cost jobs, hurt SMEs
Fairer pay with minimum wage rise for quarter of a million workers
Morrison wrong on wage growth, again
Update on Jetstar Industrial Action
Workers to strike again on Thursday after Jetstar refuses to negotiate
Jetstar strikes begin as safe work investigates risk of “serious injury”
Paramedics struggling to cope with growing patient numbers
Jetstar Responds To Potential Union Action
NSW teachers vote to endorse pay rise
Economy remains stalled under Morrison
AEU executive unanimously endorse Government’s pay and conditions offer for teachers to go to a ballot of members
Cost less of a factor for Kiwis seeking GP care
Cost of living rising faster than wages under Liberals
LPC advice to Government on future of minimum wage
Government needs to deliver more than just excuses
CPI remains low, crushed by low demand
Business proposed bargaining changes would cost workers billions
Economic growth slows to GFC levels, household consumption growth weakest in six years
Workers retirements must be protected
Up to £35k bursary and early career payments for new teachers
Latest interest rate cut to kickstart retail revival
Rate cut shows economy remains stalled under Morrison
Public service ‘cash splash’ angers droughted communities doing it tough
Government committed to bargaining with Queensland’s public servants
Unemployment increases to 5.3% driven by sluggish domestic demand
Women still fighting for equality 126 years after suffrage, says DHB admin worker
Bega Workers Cheesed Off
Sue Hickey must set record straight and release pay claim submission
Poll: Boosting Surplus not a Priority
Labor calls on Will Hodgman to investigate Hickey leak
Hodgman protects Hickey’s quest for more cash
School administration staff wage decision
Hickey’s priorities clear: cash before constituents
Retail trade falls as wage crisis persists under Morrison
Australian PMI: Positive start to new financial year for manufacturing
Housing Register just keeps getting longer