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28
Jul

Black lung: Diagnosed miner fears for friends still working underground

Black lung: Diagnosed miner fears for friends still working underground
One of 11 men diagnosed with black lung in Queensland this past year says he fears for his friends and colleagues still working in underground mines. The potentially deadly disease was thought, until recently, to have been eradicated in the state more than 30 years ago.

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27
Jul

Privatisation has damaged the economy, says ACCC chief

Privatisation has damaged the economy, says ACCC chief
Selling public assets has created unregulated monopolies that hurt productivity and damage the economy, according to Australia's consumer and competition tsar, who says he is on the verge of becoming a privatisation opponent. In a blistering attack on decades...

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26
Jul

Asbestos contamination: 2 importers charged in 8 years

Asbestos contamination: 2 importers charged in 8 years
Federal authorities have pros-ec-uted just two companies found to have imported asbestos-laced -materials since 2008 and extracted a meagre $64,000 in fines, -despite mounting evidence thou-s-ands of contaminated products are slipping past...

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25
Jul

Politicians' $144,000 trip to South America prompts calls for tougher overseas travel rules

Politicians' $144,000 trip to South America prompts calls for tougher overseas travel rules
Federal politicians are facing calls to urgently tighten overseas travel rules, after details of a $144,000 taxpayer-funded South American trip were revealed. Documents obtained under Freedom of Information list the famous attractions, five-star hotels...

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25
Jul

Woolworths to cut 500 jobs in billion-dollar corporate restructure

Woolworths to cut 500 jobs in billion-dollar corporate restructure
Woolworths has revealed 500 jobs will go in back office and supply roles as part of an overhaul of its business amid tough competition in the retail industry.The retailer has announced that 30 stores will close, including 17 supermarkets in Australia, six...

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