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NSW could challenge workplace overhaul

August 1, 2018
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The federal government’s push to overhaul the country’s industrialrelations system could be challenged by a legal case mounted by theNSW government. (Sydney Morning Herald — 7 February, 2005)
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The NSW government is seeking legal advice on whether it canchallenge the federal government’s push to overhaul the country’sindustrial relations system. (Sydney Morning Herald — 7 February, 2005)
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Federal Treasurer Peter Costello has raised the stakes in the Howard Government’s push for sweeping reform of industrial relations, warning interest rates could increase unless proposed Coalition changes go ahead. (The Australian — 8 February, 2005)
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The Federal Government would draw up new laws for a single nationalindustrial relations system and a revamped award wage scheme, JohnHoward said today. (Sydney Morning Herald — 6 February, 2005)
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New South Wales Industrial Relations Minister John Della Bosca says his government is looking at a possible challenge to federal plans to introduce a single national industrial relations (IR) system (ABC News — 7 February, 2005)
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Treasurer Peter Costello has increased pressure on the Federal Opposition and the state Labor premiers to support the Commonwealths industrial relations agenda warning interest rates could rise wit (ABC News — 8 February, 2005)
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John Howard has backed a single national industrial relations system and a dramatic simplification of the existing award structure as core elements of a second wave of workplace reforms. (The Australian — 7 February, 2005)
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An attack on the minimum wage was behind the Federal Government’s push for a national industrial relations system, Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) president Sharan Burrow said today. (The Australian — 9 hours ago)
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ACTU secretary Greg Combet has weighed into the West Australianelection campaign, praising Labor Premier Geoff Gallop’s record. (Sydney Morning Herald — 10 February, 2005)
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