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Consulates can't circumvent Australian IR laws: Court

An appeal by an Italian consulate over disputed annual leave and superannuation entitlements has failed after a court ruled it was not immune from proceedings brought under Australian law.

Steel workers facing 15% pay cut

The administrators of South Australia's troubled Arrium steelworks and iron ore mine are pushing for a 15% per cent pay cut for its 3000 employees.

Nurses win exemption from wages cap

The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation says it has locked in an additional 1% annual hike on top of the South Australian government's proposed 1.5% public sector pay cap, amid concerns about the creation of a "two-tiered" public service.

Queensland Catholic teacher pay to top $100,000

The IEU's Queensland branch says the state's top Catholic school teachers would earn more than $100,000 annually under a proposed deal negotiated with the help of the FWC's New Approaches program.

IEU seeks bargaining order after stoush over bulletin

The SA branch of the Independent Education Union has lodged an application for bargaining orders against Catholic school employers after a stoush over a union update to members prompted them to withdraw from negotiations for a new agreement covering about 6000 teachers and support workers in 193 schools.

Queensland to investigate "rogue" labour hire arrangements

A Queensland parliamentary inquiry will consider licensing and registration of labour hire companies as the state becomes the third jurisdiction to launch investigations into allegations of sham contracting and abuses of visa workers by labour suppliers.