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Canadian Arm of U.K. Carillion Files for Creditor Protection
Business
Tuesday January 30 2018

Canadian Arm of U.K. Carillion Files for Creditor Protection

Carillion Canada has been granted protection from creditors by the Ontario Superior Court under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act.

Boral and CFMEU Dispute Placing Jobs at Risk
Business
Wednesday July 5 2017

Boral and CFMEU Dispute Placing Jobs at Risk

About 100 NSW workers could be made redundant over an enterprise bargaining dispute between the CFMEU and building and construction material company Boral.

SA Job Losses Blamed on Energy Policy
Energy
Thursday March 23 2017

SA Job Losses Blamed on Energy Policy

A "chilling" of investment in renewable energy, leading to a loss of jobs, has highlighted the need for South Australia's $550 million energy plan, Premier Jay...

300 Rail Jobs to Go
Business
Monday July 25 2016

300 Rail Jobs to Go

Freight rail operator Aurizon is shedding about 300 jobs in response to weak coal prices.

Arrium Steel Placed in Voluntary Administration
Business
Thursday April 7 2016

Arrium Steel Placed in Voluntary Administration

Federal industry minister Christopher Pyne says the management of troubled steelmaker Arrium is to blame for putting thousands of jobs at risk.

Rio to Cut 170 Jobs in Pilbara
Business
Wednesday March 16 2016

Rio to Cut 170 Jobs in Pilbara

Mining giant Rio Tinto plans to cut around 170 jobs at its Pilbara operations in Western Australia over the next few months, unions have been told.

BHP Cuts 290 Jobs from NSW Mine
Business
Wednesday March 9 2016

BHP Cuts 290 Jobs from NSW Mine

BHP Billiton will axe almost 300 jobs from a coal mine in the NSW Hunter Valley.

South32 to Cuts 770 Aussie Jobs
Business
Friday February 26 2016

South32 to Cuts 770 Aussie Jobs

BHP spin-off South32 will slash more than 770 jobs at its Australian operations as it braces for an extended downturn in the commodities sector.

CSIRO Job Cuts to Harm Australia: report
Environment
Monday February 22 2016

CSIRO Job Cuts to Harm Australia: report

Job cuts at the CSIRO will leave Australia ill-prepared to deal with climate change or meet its commitments under the Paris agreement, the Climate Council says.

Business
Feb 6 2018
WA Builder Locks Out Workers, Shuts Sites

One of Western Australia's largest builders, Cooper and Oxley, has suspended operations because of financial viability problems, leaving subcontractors out of pocket and the company's future...

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Business
Feb 2 2018
Further Job Losses Expected Across Alberta’s Construction Industry

As major projects wind down and the impact of lower oil prices persist, Alberta’s construction industry will shrink by up to 5,200 jobs through to 2019....

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Energy
Jan 31 2018
Origin Energy to axe 650 jobs

Origin Energy is slashing 650 jobs in a bid to reduce its operating and capital costs and boost its global competitiveness.

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Business
Jan 19 2018
U.K. Construction Giant in Liquidation, Putting 6,000 Canadian Jobs at Risk

One of the British state's biggest contractors collapsed Monday, putting thousands of jobs at risk, after creditors and the government refused to bail out a company...

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