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Published: 26 November 2020 5:22pm
A Victorian County Court judge has held that former HSU official Kathy Jackson "selfishly" misused about $103,000 in union funds, but has handed down a wholly-suspended two-year jail sentence.
Published: 28 October 2020 8:36am
The Registered Organisations Commission has spent up to 42% of its recent work time responding to questions on notice from Labor's Senator Kimberley Kitching, according to one of its senior officers.
Published: 06 October 2020 6:57pm
Former HSU national secretary Kathy Jackson faces a pre-sentencing hearing on November 17 after this week pleading guilty in the Victorian County Court to two charges of obtaining a financial advantage of deception.
Published: 12 August 2020 1:20pm
The AWU has been fined almost $150,000 for a series of membership records breaches
Published: 29 June 2020 2:31pm
A-G's department investigating new Heydon allegations; ROC concludes HSU investigation; Full court begins hearing ROC appeal against AWU ruling; and Extend JobKeeper, says Grattan.
Published: 09 March 2020 9:25am
The Federal Court this morning kicks off a fortnight of hearings into allegations that the CFMMEU's construction division ousted two organisers in 2015 for whistleblowing.
Published: 04 December 2019 10:07am
The Morrison Government has this morning introduced to Parliament the version of the "ensuring integrity" legislation dramatically voted down by the Senate last week.
Published: 04 December 2019 12:10am
The Morrison Government will today re-introduce the "Ensuring Integrity" Bill but it appears likely it will not reach the Senate until next year.
Published: 13 November 2019 8:17am
The Federal Court has fined former AWU Victorian branch secretary Cesar Melhem $20,590 over a series of membership records breaches.
Published: 18 September 2019 10:23am
A major employer has expressed concerns about the Morrison Government's looming clampdown on workers' entitlement funds, praising its own experience of the "quality service" offered to injured employees.