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FWBC expands its role

The Turnbull Government granted FWBC director Nigel Hadgkiss new powers soon before calling the federal election, in a bid to stop builders and contractors agreeing to "union-friendly" clauses in enterprise agreements.

Power workers going out, as termination bid looms

Workers at the NSW Government-owned electricity distributor Essential Energy will walk off the job for 24 hours tomorrow, ahead of the employer seeking next month to terminate its enterprise agreement.

Fairfax strikers might cop individual fines; and more

Fairfax journalists might face individual fines after Ombudsman probe; FSU seeks better communications strategy; FSU preparing logs of claim for NAB and major industry super fund; and CFMEU penalties just a cost of doing business, says building cop.

Patrick issues new lockout warning to MUA

Stevedore Patrick says it will put its "final offer" direct to workers at its four container terminals, while warning that an employee lockout is possible if the bargaining deadlock continues.

Strikes to resume at international airports

The CPSU will resume industrial action at international airports from tomorrow, after postponing plans for Easter strikes in response to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's request in the wake of last week's terror attacks in Brussels.

Employer seeks agreement's termination to break deadlock

Power unions say that an application by a NSW Government-owned electricity distributor to terminate its enterprise agreement will led to immediate job losses and pay cuts for hundreds of workers.

ASU not warming to Qantas pay freeze

The ASU is pushing a bargaining claim at Qantas that includes pay rises of 5% a year, in a challenge to the airline's policy of an 18-month pay freeze across its workforce.