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Nick Bonyhady is industrial relations reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, based between Sydney and Parliament House in Canberra.

Unions call on Senate crossbench to ‘stop the bus’ on industrial overhaul

Unions call on Senate crossbench to ‘stop the bus’ on industrial overhaul

The CFMEU and Electrical Trades Union have launched a multi-platform campaign arguing that a group of key crossbench senators should vote down the legislation entirely.

  • by Nick Bonyhady

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Worker sacked for alleged ‘masturbatory act’ loses discrimination claim

Worker sacked for alleged ‘masturbatory act’ loses discrimination claim

The man claimed he was actually unconsciously scratching a persistent rash in his pubic region.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
Airport ground staff shortage threatens air travel recovery
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Airport ground staff shortage threatens air travel recovery

About 13,000 passengers were affected by flight delays over Christmas caused by a shortage of ground staff with up-to-date safety credentials.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
Superannuation funds push for $5000 handout to low-income workers

Superannuation funds push for $5000 handout to low-income workers

Some of the nation’s biggest superannuation funds are proposing the Morrison government hands out $5000 to low income earners for retirement.

  • by Jennifer Duke and Nick Bonyhady
Give us 'AviationKeeper' to survive, air industry pleads
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Give us 'AviationKeeper' to survive, air industry pleads

A coalition of air unions and businesses have joined to ask the Prime Minister to extend JobKeeper for their industry.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
Drumstick, Connoisseur workers freeze overtime in effort to lick casual pay-cut plan

Drumstick, Connoisseur workers freeze overtime in effort to lick casual pay-cut plan

About 200 staff at Peters' factory in Melbourne will stop doing overtime from Friday in protest at the company's pay offer.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
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War of words over free speech: who gets to judge what we see and say?

War of words over free speech: who gets to judge what we see and say?

Social media critics on both sides are united in their call for consistency and clear standards for free speech.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
Google admits to removing local news content in 'experiment'
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Google admits to removing local news content in 'experiment'

In recent days internet users have reported Australian news sites disappearing from Google’s search function, with old content and links being displayed.

  • by Stephen Brook and Nick Bonyhady
Unions take Qantas to High Court in JobKeeper fight

Unions take Qantas to High Court in JobKeeper fight

Unions claim Qantas has underpaid many of its workers more than $10,000 each by subsidising their overtime payments with the government's JobKeeper scheme.

  • by Nick Bonyhady and Patrick Hatch
'Threat to democracy is real': MPs call for social media code of conduct
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'Threat to democracy is real': MPs call for social media code of conduct

Social media companies are being warned they should sign up to an Australian code of conduct on free speech as federal MPs say they need more oversight following Donald Trump's Twitter ban.

  • by David Crowe and Nick Bonyhady
'We need boundaries': MPs want consistent free speech rules for tech giants
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'We need boundaries': MPs want consistent free speech rules for tech giants

Facebook, Google and Twitter face rising calls from Australian politicians to adopt consistent rules on free speech as more than 50 MPs join a push to rein in tech giants.

  • by Nick Bonyhady and David Crowe