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Recognising that for many workers retirement incomes are still inadequate, the ACTU is campaigning for a lift in employer superannuation contributions to 12%.
Climate Change is a Workers' Issue
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Unions rallied outside the Offices of NOPSEMA, Offshore Petroleum Regulator, as a mark of respect for the two workers killed aboard the Stena Clyde and to raise the issue of offshore safety.