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FWC terminates DIBP industrial action

The Fair Work Commission has terminated industrial action at the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, opening the door to the arbitration of a new agreement after a bargaining deadlock of almost three years.

Construction cop drops part of case against CFMEU's Parker

The FWBC has dropped a substantial part of its case against NSW CFMEU leaders it is accusing of unlawfully entering a $65 million construction project based on "unfounded immigration and superannuation concerns".

Uniline claims are wrong, says APS Commissioner

Australian Public Service Commissioner John Lloyd has responded to reports that APS agencies "mismanaged" the bargaining process in the wake of the FWC's recent Uniline decision on bargaining notices.

Tribunal temporarily halts waterfront in-sourcing

The Fair Work Commission has granted an interim order to stop DP World from requiring its stevedores at the Port of Melbourne to take on the new task of mooring and un-mooring ships.

FWC applies anti-bullying order to full replacement workforce

In a bid to protect the identities of five labour hire workers seeking anti-bullying orders against picketers at a Melbourne brewery, the FWC has issued interim orders banning union officials and members from approaching or harassing a replacement workforce.

MUA appeal against 'scab poster' penalties dismissed

The Full Court of the Federal Court has dismissed an appeal by the MUA over big penalties and compensation awarded to five workers named on "scab posters" during industrial action at Fremantle port in 2011.

Coles warehouse strikers win 4.75% increase

The NUW has won average pay increases of about 4.75% a year for 650 workers after a three-day strike at a major Victorian distribution centre for Coles supermarkets.