Julia Gillard was in tears when she called Bruce Wilson to tell him she had been sacked from Slater & Gordon
It was a warm Sunday morning in Fitzroy in late 1992...
Gillard's old enemies are singing like canaries. They have seen the whites of her eyes and they are moving in for the kill
Julia Gillard’s latest makeover appears insufficient to cover her past.
Whistleblower Ralph Blewitt is safely in the arms of The Australian newspaper while he awaits an assurance of indemnity from prosecution by police.
Slater & Gordon is seeking to activate a guarantee of indemnity
Apart from having the sort of head you'd never get tired of kicking, AWU boss Paul Howes' record of protecting workers' interests is abysmal.
“If Olympic Dam goes we’re stuffed. This is all we have, everything else is on the skids with no prospect of improvement.”