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Ford to lay off even more staff

Posted by: 2UE | 16 November, 2012 - 8:18 AM
Unemployment: job losses in manufacturing

Manufacturing in Australia is struggling with material cheaper overseas, and huge competition. Jason Morrison reveals the decline of another car maker in our country and why it's a national security argument.

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Protecting Unborn Children

New laws are being considered to protect unborn children

Pregnant women who endanger their unborn child through drug or alcohol abuse may be forced to change their ways or have their baby taken away. Pru Goward tells Jason Morrison why new laws are being considered.

Hundreds Caught Using Mobiles

Almost a thousand already fined under new mobile phone laws

Almost a thousand drivers have been booked for using mobile phones in cars since the new laws were introduced two weeks ago. Inspector Phil Brooks tells Paul Murray some people aren't getting the message.

Blog comments Your Say

  • Ever since 2007 with Labor's so-called "reforms" Labor have made things that hard for our businesses and indeed ordinary people with tax on tax on tax, that nearly every day major employers iconic Australian companies are sacking thousands of Australian workers or even worse abandoning Australia altogether and disillusioned going off to government-friendly China where they don't get taxed the 'crap' out of them and their are no corrupt AWU AND Health Services unions etc, etc to rub their bloodied noses into it. Australian businesses, farming included are all washed up because of corrupt traitorous Labor...their diabolical fraudulent UN global warming carbon dioxide tax scam clearly illustrates Labor's treasonous anti- Australian ways. Labor are making our falling debt-ridden economy "unsustainable"...

    JULYAR Friday 16 November, 2012 - 10:44 AM
  • If this is the case, I think it is only right that they return the BAILOUT money to the people of Australia.
    Seems Fair!

    Peter Friday 16 November, 2012 - 10:01 AM

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