Prime Minister Gillard and the AWU–WRA scandal

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Prime Minister Gillard was a lawyer during the 1990s who was employed by the law firm Slater and Gordon in Melbourne. She was also a partner of that firm and as such there were certain legal obligations that were required of her while being employed ...
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Unions trying to protect Australian jobs

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Congratulations are due to those unions who are promoting the purchasing of Australian products by companies here, as a way of keeping jobs in Australia. In recent years the manufacturing sector has been hard hit with the loss of thousands upon ...
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Will the unions wheel out “Tracey” to take on Rudd over his workplace reforms?

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"Tracey" was the character created by the unions as part of their hysterical scare campaign against the Howard government's 'work choices' in the lead up to the 2007 federal election. Gillard and Rudd had promised that no worker would be worse off ...
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And the Union calls in the loan

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In 2007 militant Unionists started popping up revealing the true nation of modern trade unionism. It virtually became a game of 'whack-a-mole' for the then opposition leader Kevin Rudd as he fought to keep unions under control and onside for the 2007 ...
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Making a stand for Australia: Unions finally get it right

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Media release Australian Protectionist Party National Chairman and South Australian Spokesman Mr. Andrew Phillips today applauded the declaration by the union movement to block any attempts by Pacific Brands to move manufacturing machinery out of ...
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Australian Protectionists welcome Union support

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Australian Protectionist Party National Chairman and South Australian Spokesman Mr. Andrew Phillips applauded the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union decision to finally make a stand in defence of Australian manufacturing jobs. "For decades ...
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