Federal Court action is launched against Australian travel giant Flight Centre by five current and former employees claiming the company failed to pay minimum wages, penalty and overtime rates, correct annual leave loading and did not provide the correct rest and meal breaks.
Federal Court action will be launched against Australian travel giant Flight Centre today by five current and former employees claiming the company failed to pay minimum wages, penalty and overtime rates, correct annual leave loading and did not provide the correct rest and meal breaks.
Australian shares are expected to start the day slightly lower after a mixed session on Wall Street, dragged down by Post-it note manufacturer 3M.
South Australia's Premier has signed off on the controversial reappointment of APY general manager Richard King, but elected traditional owners are split over the decision.
Special Rapporteur for Privacy Joe Cannataci meets with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in a London jail, saying there are strong indications the Australian's privacy may have been breached while he was holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy.
The headstones at Broken Hill's cemetery tell the story not only of the city's colourful history, but the progression of workers' rights.
Almost two-thirds of Australians surveyed by Vote Compass agree that live animal exports should be banned.
Scott Morrison will damage relations with China and risk an electoral backlash if he inks a preference swap deal with controversial businessman Clive Palmer, former WA Liberal premier Colin Barnett says.
Having two of the game's modern greats booed by the crowd sees the AFL suggest a Boo Ban which, given the game's recent history, comes across as absurd, writes Richard Hinds.
Now that we've seen the candidates list, it's clear quotas and targets won't be enough to get us to equal female representation this time.