Good Versus Evil
So it's come to this - working women's groups that alert clients to union activities will be denied federal government funding and, effectively, forced to close.
Interview: A Life And Death Matter
Macquarie Street and Canberra are squaring off over safety in the workplace, NSW Minister for Industrial relations, John Della Bosca, explains what's at stake.
Unions: Fighting Back
When John Howard's building industry enforcer started threatening people's homes, one couple hit the road. Jim Marr met them in Sydney.
Industrial: What Cowra Means
The ruling on the Cowra abattoir case highlights the implications of the new IR rules, according to John Howe and Jill Murray
Environment: Scrambling for Energy Security
Howard Government hypocrisy is showcased in its climate change manoeuvring, Stuart Rosewarne writes:
Politics: Page Turner
A new book leaves no doubt about whether the faction came before the ego, Nathan Brown writes.
Economics: The State of Labour
The capacity of the state to shape the political economy and thus improve the social lives of the people must be reasserted, argues Geoff Dow.
International: Workers Blood For Oil
A new book by Abdullah Muhsin and Alan Johnson lifts the lid on the bloody reality of US backed democracy for Iraq's trade unions
History: Liberty in Spain
Worker Self-Management is good management. The proof in Spain was in Catalania, Andalusia and continues in the Basque Country, as Neale Towart explains.
Review: Go Roys, Make A Noise
Phil Doyle thought he'd find nostalgia, but instead Vulgar Press' new book, Maroon & Blue is a penetrating insight into the suburban mind under stress.
Sprung: Light on Day
Mal Content to Challenge King
More Standover Tactics in WA
Qantas Holidays Delayed 150 Years
Hockey Wields Stick
We Have Ways of Cutting Your Pay
Jihad Johnny Targets Women
Council Workers Talk The Walk
Trujillo Slices Millions Off Bottom Line
Vehicle Jobs on Skids
Teachers Suspend Selves
Bishop Damns WorkChoices
Workers Rights On The Road
ACTU Backs Business, Germans
Activist's What's On!
The Locker Room
Phil Doyle plays by the rules
Chapter One - Tommy and "The Boy"
Pimps and Prostitutes
Ian West wonders what might happen if the NSW Coalition actually did win power next March at the State elections.
The Cruellest Cut
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Teachers Suspend Selves
Canberra teachers will undertake a series of rolling strikes in a bid to stop 145 chalkies being punted.
The ACT Government plans to fund a 12 per cent pay increase over three years through closing down 39 schools and job cuts in education.
The move would see one in ten secondary school teachers booted.
"We haven't seen cuts like this to education since Kennett got his comeuppance," ACT Secretary of the Australian Education Union, Clive Haggar, said.
Former Victorian Premier Jeff Kennett closed one third of public schools through the 1990s.
The ACT Government faced outrage from parents and unions when it announced it would close the schools in its budget earlier this year.
Teachers voted to conduct four weeks of rolling strikes across Canberra's schools.
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