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    Sky News: TWU Press Conference - Senior Managment Must Go As Qantas Posts First Loss in 17 Years

    August 23

    A $245 million loss posted by Qantas today (23.8.12) is clear proof of the catastrophic failure of the Qantas board. This unprecedented loss has shown that Alan Joyce, Leigh Clifford and senior management are driving Qantas into the ground. The sooner they go the better for Qantas, for the 35,000 staff, for shareholders and for the Australian travelling public.

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    Senior Management Must Go As Qantas Posts First Loss in 17 Years

    August 23

    The enormous loss posted by Qantas today is clear proof of the catastrophic failure of the Qantas board, led by Alan Joyce and Leigh Clifford, who have proven themselves to be clueless at everything except for lining there own pockets with 82% wage increases and $2 million dollar bonuses. That’s according to Tony Sheldon, National Secretary of the Transport Workers’ Union.

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    Qantas suffers loss and questions of competence

    August 23

    Qantas today posted its first annual loss since it was fully privatised prompting questions about the company's management and accounting.

  • News

    'Kernel of truth' in Coles' claims, TWU alleges

    August 20

    The Transport Workers Union (TWU) has fired back at Coles in its dispute with the retailer, accusing it of trying to ignore the influence it has on the transport supply chain.

    Ruza Zivkusic-Aftasi, ATN

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    Teen hits bus driver in face

    August 17

    A Teenager has chased a Gold Coast driver off his bus and punched him in the face.

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    Life Membership for Glenn Sterle

    August 15

    WA native’s decades-long representation of workers went from driving road trains to shepherding Safe rates legislation through the Australian Senate.

     
    From: On the Move, the TWU Queensland Journal, Winter 2012