||Issue No. 124||15 February 2002|
Chickens Come Home
Unions: Winning the Heartland
Interview: Swan's Song
Corporate: Lessons from Enron
Politics: What We Did Last Summer
History: Solidarity in Song
International: A Tale of Two Cities
Poetry: Nobody Told Me
Review: Labor and the Rings
Satire: Rafter Named Bermudan Of The Year For Tax Purposes
Unions' Commit to Battle for Hearts
Carr on Notice - Expectations Up
Mad Monk Sides With Angels … Briefly
Maritime Union Acts on Spy Scandal
May Day Play-Off for Workers' Anthem
Burmese Links Shroud Winter Olympics
New Phone Venture One.Tel In Drag
Two Million Face Rights Downgrade
Enron Collapse Hits Share-Owner Agenda
Corrrigan Snaps Up Rail Bargain
Kinko Clowns With Workers' Rights
Telstra's Tragic Delays Of Its Own Making
Burrow Puts Case to World Economic Forum
Shangri La Protests Hit Melbourne
The Locker Room
Week in Review
'International Labour's Year in Review' - A Re-View
Collins Gets Cryptic
Labor Council of NSW
MPs Face Security Checks
The LHMU Airport Security Union has written to the Ministers for Transport and Customs, as well as Labor and Democrat Transport spokespersons, to arrange suitable times to meet and discuss aviation security concerns.
" Our members will give first hand accounts of the problems," said Jeff Lawrence, LHMU national secretary.
The Union wants the Government to audit standards as part of a general upgrading of aviation security.
"Despite giving lip service to security improvements little has happened since September 11," Jeff Lawrence, LHMU Airport Security Union National Secretary will tell a rally at Canberra airport on Sunday.
" The Federal Government needs to step in and review the effectiveness of security and screening standards because each time we point out a deficiency the stock response is that screening and security standards are based on, and meet, all government requirements."
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