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1 For 130 years union movement has fought for union industry
2 Union lashes divided Labor over 'morally indefensible' gas opposition
3 Morrison not ruling out sending in military to settle Patrick Terminals wharf strike while urging lawful resolution
4 AWU backs potential government gas purchase
5 Maritime union offers deal to end Port Botany wharf industrial action before tribunal hearing
6 Visa move allows Kiwi shearers to nab jobs, says union
7 AWU demonstrates its commitment to workers of Kalgoorlie
8 Narrabri gas approval a huge win for manufacturing workers
9 Victorian unions back roadmap despite job loss fears
10 Australia wakes up to great gas rip off, AWU calls for bipartisanship
11 Qantas must pass on full jobkeeper subsidy to workers, federal court rules
12 Broken gas lines threaten to blow up Labor's hopes
13 Maritime Union of Australia hold protest in Caltex Sydney headquarters over hiring scab contractors
14 Workers Struggles: Asia, Australia and the Pacific
15 Berries Australia says majority of farmers do right thing
16 AWU says stronger trade laws, local purchasing needed, citing country's last remaining copper manufacturer
17 Offshore Alliance secures first-ever bargaining process at Legeneering Australia
18 Right-wing unions fight over Kristina Keneally’s future
19 Picking conditions under investigation in Coffs region
20 Why Virgin Australia Had To Defend Its New Employee Terms
21 Reverse JobKeeper cuts and protect workers, union president demands
22 Federal government open to making Australian motorists pay to keep fuel refineries open
23 Gas fires up Labor union energy plan rift
24 Transport Workers' Union takes legal action against Qantas over outsourcing of workers
25 Socialist Equality Party (Australia) holds online health workers' forum
26 About
27 AWU backs new laws to combat dust diseases and silicosis
28 Backpacker drought jeopardises Australian harvest
29 AWU History
30 Queensland election: Annastacia Palaszczuk accused of hypocrisy on mining
31 Our Union
32 Million dollar win for exploited refugee workers after 'most egregious' wage theft
33 Get Involved
34 Unions step up over loss of pay and conditions for Virgin Australia workers
35 The West Live: Transport Workers Union WA Secretary Tim Dawson weighs in on a potential truck driver shortage
36 Am I covered?
37 Illegal worker amnesty being considered to offset labour shortage
38 Workers Struggles: Asia and Australia
39 Steel IRG
40 Health Workers Union calls for Victorian Health Minister Jenny Mikakos to resign over 'repeated mismanagement'
41 Workers anger set to boil over as Port Botany union dispute escalates
42 Why join?
43 Industries
44 McDonald's workers are now legally entitled to toilet and drink breaks
45 Diversity in the AWU
46 Lost your job because of the coronavirus pandemic? Here are the five calls you should make
47 Labour standards a fault line in union's embrace of renewables
48 Offshore Alliance
49 AWU penalised for 'dishonestly' inflating membership numbers
50 Coronavirus: Australian Workers Union backs Scott Morrison on China
51 Union extortion ransoms jobs
52 'Short-sighted': Mark Butler says no room for gas in Australia's future prosperity
53 Australian unions want to call ban on overseas seasonal workers
54 Coronavirus Australia live news: WA softens borders … with conditions
55 Unions defy expectations to report membership growth in pandemic
56 Delegate's Centre
57 Australia's Youngest Union Is Organizing Retail and Fast-Food Workers
58 Coronavirus updates LIVE: Victoria records 13 COVID-19 cases as ADF leave Qld border before reopening to northern NSW regions; Australian death toll jumps to 886
59 Court rules union regulator did not have 'reasonable grounds' to raid AWU
60 Union fined over bid to 'punish' non-striking members
61 Australian Workers Union and Dairy Australia in foreign worker debate
62 Locking Out the Left: The Emergence of National Factions in Australian Labor
63 Safety
64 “We Can Use This Crisis to Reconceptualize the Economy”
65 Disney to Cut 28,000 Resort Jobs in U.S.
66 Mines Minister Anthony Lynham will not contest his seat at election
67 ExxonMobil launches voluntary redundancy programme
68 NSW's protest ban isn't about fighting the pandemic
69 Keneally v O’Neill: Labor’s great Senate showdown
70 Training
71 Can Australia reshape its economy after COVID-19?
72 Australian Labor and the “Color Line”
73 Treasurer to relax lending laws
74 ExxonMobil offers voluntary redundancy to its workers, including Esso employees in Gippsland
75 A new deal launches to reshape an economy that's fair for all | PBA
76 Labor bipartisanship on nuclear energy needed: AWU
77 Australian unions enforce continued mining production throughout pandemic
78 Berry industry should 'weed out' rogue farmers
79 Unions have badly failed workers in this crisis
80 ArcelorMittal CEO Addresses Ongoing Encroachment Issues, Workers Union Concerns, Steel Giant's Future In Liberia
81 Nuclear energy: Nationals MPs welcome AWU support for domestic industry
82 AWU says now is not the time for foreign labour
83 AWU calls for locals to fill dairy industry jobs
84 1000 jobs to go at airline caterer
85 Unions rebuff casual worker trade-off
86 Everybody appearing in civil matters at Sydney Local Court, Tuesday, September 29
87 In the Middle of a Pandemic, the Australian State Is Pummeling Workers
88 Media Watch Dog: ABC's Q&A program fires up a Green-left stack on Covid recovery
89 Alcoa in talks on Portland power deal
90 AWU fined $150000 for inflating membership numbers
91 AWU backs pipeline dubbed 'ridiculous' by critics
92 Hospital staff strike over wage freeze dispute
93 Victorian Labor MP Cesar Melhem fined $20,000 over Australian Workers' Union rule breaches
94 Australian warehouse workers strike over COVID-19 safety demands
95 Australia's unions are in freefall – and their leaders have no solution
96 Court shuts down investigation of AWU
97 Unions want Australians, not backpackers, to get fruit-picking jobs
98 Woolworths locks out workers at Australian warehouse
99 Australian unions and employers demand workers stay on building sites despite pandemic
100 Daniel Andrews says Jenny Mikakos's decision to quit is 'appropriate'