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Entertainment

Lisa Wilkinson fires again at Channel 10 in battle over her authorized prices

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Lisa Wilkinson has hit again at her employer, Channel 10, within the newest skirmish over her estimated $2 million in authorized prices for separate illustration...
Technology

Elon Musk brutally mocks Australian PM as bitter combat over content material on X heats up

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Jacqui Lambie has deleted her X account after lashing Elon Musk as a “friggin’ shame” who “ought to be jailed”. The Tasmanian Senator has urged...
Entertainment

‘Appalled’: Channel Seven responds to allegations in Federal Courtroom

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Community Seven has responded to the shock allegation within the Federal Courtroom over claims Bruce Lehrmann partied with intercourse employees and cocaine, insisting it’s “appalled”...
Travel

Qantas proposed outsourcing floor companies roles two years earlier than illegally firing 1700 employees

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Embattled airline Qantas had raised the prospect of outsourcing floor companies roles two years earlier than it illegally fired 1700 workers in favour of contractors,...
Travel

Qantas deemed determination to illegally fireplace 1700 employees had ‘low’ authorized danger

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A Qantas government has revealed the airline believed its determination to fireplace 1700 employees carried a low stage of authorized danger, a conclusion that has...
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Transport Employees Union made $1 million bid to Qantas earlier than 1700 staff illegally sacked

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The Transport Employees Union spent $1m on a proposal to make sure Qantas would proceed using 1000’s of floor workers in the course of the...
Travel

Massive mistake that wounded Qantas and its model

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In a number of brief years, Qantas has gone from one of many nation’s most beloved manufacturers to probably the most distrusted. Fuelled by accusations...
Technology

X, previously Twitter, sued, Elon Musk’s recent Aussie authorized problem

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Embattled billionaire Elon Musk is going through a recent authorized problem in Australia after X Corp, previously often called Twitter, allegedly did not reply questions...