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Sean Richards, tour manager for Midnight Oil, Cold Chisel and more

The music industry's touring sector took a hit when the bushfires swept through eastern Australian states in 2019.

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Australian Unions have your back at work


COVID careers: What happens when the music stops?

COVID careers: What happens when the music stops?

The music industry's touring sector took a hit when the bushfires swept through eastern Australian states in 2019.

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Doug Cameron, former Senator and from the Glaswegian culture of collective and standing up for yourself

Doug Cameron, former Senator and from the Glaswegian culture of collective and standing up for yourself

A fitter by trade, Doug Cameron came to Australia at 22 years old, rose through the union ranks representing workers and gained preselection for the Australian Senate after Kevin Rudd came to power in 2007.

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2020 - The Year of the Nurse

When the pandemic hit in March 2020 Annie Butler, Federal Secretary at the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation, was at a conference in the UK.

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Fruit picking worker exploitation exposes the human cost of low prices

Fruit picking worker exploitation exposes the human cost of low prices

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Australian Unions have your back at work


Meet the hardest working man in snow business

It’s the Xmas edition of On the Job, so Francis and Sally meet the one person who is definitely happy to be working Xmas Day - Santa.

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Winding back JobSeeker will send an extra 190,000 Australians into poverty

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New IR laws a “kick in the guts for young workers”

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Clothing The Gap and the new IR bill

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