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Miners rail against IR plan

A MINE being shut down because the mess served the same icecream flavour two days in a row? Miners fear that could happen again with the Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Secure Jobs, Better Pay) bill introduced on October 27.

Fears building IR laws will set mining industry back decades.

Fears building IR laws will set mining industry back decades.

A key part of the bill federal workplace relations minister Tony Burke put up is through expanding access to multi-employer bargaining. This is where a union can put an enterprise bargain to a group...

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