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Finks bikie boss Kosh Radford can't find a job in Sydney, moves to Victoria - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Finks bikie boss Kosh Radford can't find a job in Sydney, moves to Victoria
Daily Telegraph
House hunting in Victoria ..... Mugshot of The Finks national president, Kosh Radford. Radford, 39, is facing six charges including resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer after he allegedly set his dog on two male constables at his Annangrove ...


The 20 hardest to fill jobs in Australia - The Sydney Morning Herald

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The 20 hardest to fill jobs in Australia
The Sydney Morning Herald
As a result, 26.5 per cent of these roles remain unfilled after 60 days." South Australia and ACT topped the list with 73 per cent of roles being filled within 30 days, closely followed by Queensland at 72 per cent, and WA, Victoria and Tasmania at 71 ...

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Murray Goulburn cuts more jobs at Victorian factories - NEWS.com.au

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Murray Goulburn cuts more jobs at Victorian factories
NEWS.com.au
The National Union of Workers blamed management for the job losses. “While Murray Goulburn are claiming that a reduction to milk supply is the reason for further redundancies, this reduction flows directly from poor, past corporate behaviour,” the ...
Dairy processor Murray Goulburn cuts jobs at Leongatha, Koroit, Cobram and MaffraABC Local

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Militant unions escalate picket at Webb Dock - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Militant unions escalate picket at Webb Dock
Herald Sun
Shadow Minister for Industrial Relations Robert Clark said: “This picket is hurting farmers and businesses across Victoria and is doing huge damage to Victoria's international reputation, and to confidence, investment and jobs,” he said. Union members ...

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Jobs Cop: Local jobs policy for major Victorian projects - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Jobs Cop: Local jobs policy for major Victorian projects
Herald Sun
“The benefits far outweigh any additional monetary cost that might come with putting Victorian jobs first.” Michele O'Neil, national secretary of the Textile Clothing and Footwear Union of Australia, said the industry was ready to “ramp up” and provide ...

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$6.7 billion West Gate Tunnel build awarded to CPB & John Holland - InfrastructureAustralia.com

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$6.7 billion West Gate Tunnel build awarded to CPB & John Holland
InfrastructureAustralia.com
While the Government fully expects Parliament to support a second river crossing and thousands of new jobs, the contract allows for the Government to pay for the road and its operation if Parliament opposes these changes. The project will provide an ...

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Annastacia Palaszczuk: top priority is to create jobs - The Australian

The Australian

Annastacia Palaszczuk: top priority is to create jobs
The Australian
“I need everybody working as hard as possible over the next three years,” Ms Palaszczuk said. “We made a commitment to the people of this state that we would focus on jobs, health and education. We made a commitment that we would work as hard as we ...

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Labor senator Kim Carr spent more than $50000 with printing firm at centre of rorting allegations - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Labor senator Kim Carr spent more than $50000 with printing firm at centre of rorting allegations
Herald Sun
... using them for 14 jobs. The jobs involved printing thousands of business cards, letterheads, and flyers on matters concerning penalty rates, Medicare, and energy. Senator Carr's spokesman said the printer had always provided “the full quantity of ...

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Victorian Social Enterprises Boosting Economy with Inclusive Workforce - Pro Bono Australia

Pro Bono Australia

Victorian Social Enterprises Boosting Economy with Inclusive Workforce
Pro Bono Australia
“This first study to measure the economic impact of Victorian social enterprises finds that they are a significant employer and contributor to the Victorian economy,” the report said. “The assumption that social enterprises create jobs for populations ...

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Dog squad deaths leave Victoria Police heartbroken - 9news.com.au

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Dog squad deaths leave Victoria Police heartbroken
9news.com.au
"I've driven home on country jobs singing in the car because of the job we've done," Sergeant Boysen told 9NEWS. And for these often hardened officers, they admit they're soft at heart. "I remember getting told many years ago when I first arrived here ...


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