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Published: 15 September 2015 5:08pm
A plumber and drainage contractor paid $4000 for tickets to a BLF charity boxing night and recouped the cost from the building company Mirvac, the Heydon Royal Commission heard today.
Published: 11 September 2015 3:30pm
Thomson breached registered organisations laws, penalties to follow; and Heydon kicks off again in Queensland next week.
Published: 28 August 2015 4:02pm
A full bench of the Federal Court has roughly halved the compensation awarded to a married couple who were prevented from working for Skilled Group's Offshore Marine Services, after the MUA appealed the way the payout was assessed.
Published: 21 August 2015 2:09pm
Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon has today reserved a decision on his future as Commissioner and adjourned the inquiry until next Tuesday.
Published: 19 August 2015 5:11pm
The Federal Court has ordered former HSU national secretary Kathy Jackson to repay about $1.4 million to her old union, in an important judgment on the conduct of officers in registered organisations.
Published: 19 August 2015 3:08pm
The ACTU has affirmed its intention to proceed with an application to have Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon disqualify himself.
Published: 18 August 2015 3:47pm
FWBC director Nigel Hadgkiss has confirmed that 21 of the 53 matters it currently has before the courts concern right of entry breaches, and the issue is at the centre of a further 19 investigations.
Published: 18 August 2015 2:53pm
The Senate last night rejected the Abbott Government's attempt to establish a Registered Organisations Commission.
Published: 13 July 2015 3:15pm
The owner and director of a formwork company in Canberra paid $135,000 to a CFMEU lead organiser in 2012 and 2013 to win contracts, the Heydon Royal Commission heard today.
Published: 02 July 2015 1:15pm
The TWU has defended its handling of "questionable conduct" by two former secretaries of its WA branch over the purchase of two $150,000 "luxury utilities", which has been investigated by the Heydon Royal Commission.