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Cost cuts roiling workforce at Colorbond plant: AWU

The AWU has warned BlueScope Steel management to be aware it is sitting on a workplace "bomb that's about to explode" with its continued cost-cutting at the NSW plant producing Colorbond products.

Victoria seeks circuit-breaker for CFA dispute

The Andrews Labor Government has brought in Victoria's Emergency Management Commissioner to help broker a peace deal in the standoff between paid and volunteer firefighters, which has spilled over into the federal election campaign.

Worker displaced by robots wins job back

A straddle driver who lost his job as a result of an automation-driven restructure at Patrick Stevedores' Port Botany container terminal has won his job back after the FWC ruled his dismissal was not a genuine redundancy.

Qantas worker seeking anti-bullying order; and more

Qantas flight attendant seeks anti-bullying order; Federal Court grants Cash bid for Queensland Nickel special purpose liquidator; and 150-minute ballot gets FWC thumbs-up.

Power workers going out, as termination bid looms

Workers at the NSW Government-owned electricity distributor Essential Energy will walk off the job for 24 hours tomorrow, ahead of the employer seeking next month to terminate its enterprise agreement.

Queensland Nickel workers owed $74 million

The administrators of Clive Palmer's Queensland Nickel Pty Ltd have recommended the company be put into liquidation next week, opening the way for hundreds of sacked workers to be paid under the Federal Government's Fair Entitlements Guarantee.

Arrium goes into administration

Thousands of Arrium employees face an uncertain future, after the troubled steelmaking and mining company today went into voluntary administration after failing to strike a deal with its banks and noteholders.

Partial rejection of pay cuts unlikely to hurt Arrium: AWU

The AWU says Arrium mineworkers' rejection of a pay cut will not have a major effect on the company's bottom line and has pledged the union's ongoing commitment to working with the company as it deals with its debt crisis.