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High Salary Jobs in Canada - Part 1
High Paid jobs offered in Canada. How much professors, engineers, managers, teachers, technicians, nurses can earn in Canada. Link to High Salary Jobs in Canada - Part 2 https://youtu.be/oZgV528zGXg You can send your CV at: [email protected] Currently they provide job placements with good salaries. Jobs in Canada work in canada pilot jobs aircraft engineer jobs marketing manager jobs network engineer jobs computer engineer jobs nurses jobs cooks jobs waiters jobs teacher vacancies professor vacancies technician jobs engineer jobs
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CFMEU C&G - Australian construction workers tell it how it is
CFMEU C&G - Australian construction workers tell it how it is in this video featuring CFMEU C&G members and National Secretary Dave Noonan.
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Maritime Union Of Australia Youth Members Speak
Maritime Union Of Australia MUA Young Maritime Workers articulate the most important issues facing them and the Australian maritime industry. In addition, the challenges facing MUA delegates organising in the workplace. "MUA Youth Members Speak" was screened at the Maritime Union of Australia National Conference 2012. Produced by Fabio Cavadini, Mandy King & Jamie McMechan Maritime Union of Australia - Film Unit. Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (AMWU) http://www.amwu.asn.au/ Australian Services Union (ASU) http://www.asu.asn.au/ Australian Workers Union (AWU) http://www.awu.net.au/ Construction Forestry Mining & Energy Union (CFMEU) http://www.cfmeu.asn.au/ Electrical Trades Union (ETU) http://www.etunational.asn.au/ Maritime Union Of Australia (MUA) http://www.mua.org.au/ Public Service Association of NSW (PSA) http://www.psa.labor.net.au/ Unions NSW (Unions NSW) http://www.unionsnsw.org.au/ Australian Council Of Trade Union (ACTU) http://www.actu.org.au/ International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) http://www.itfglobal.org/ International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) http://www.ituc-csi.org/
BOSIET Ticket for Oil Rig Work (FIFO STAFF) Offshore Australia
BOSIET - Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training. If you are looking to work on an Oil Rig you need to have one or more of the following tickets. BOSIET, FOET, HUET, TBOSIET, TFOET, THUET. The following three training providers in Western Australia meet the internationally recognised OPITO Training Standards, see: http://fifostaff.com/fifo-metro-jobs for more information. 1) Australasian Maritime Institute - www.ami.edu.au 2) ERGT Australia - www.ergt.com.au 3) IFAP Survival Training Centre - www.ifap.asn.au
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Ex-POW disappointed by lack of apology from PM Aso
(19 Jun 2009) SHOTLIST PLEASE NOTE THIS ITEM WAS ORIGINALLY CALLED AUSTRALIA JAPAN POW WHEN IT AIRED IN THE 0630 GMT ASIA PRIME NEWS 1. Mid of Joe Coombs (right), former Australian Prisoner of War (POW) enslaved at Aso Mine Company Ltd. and James McAnulty, son of Former Scottish POW, Jim McAnulty, enslaved at Aso Mining Company Ltd 2. Close of Joe Coombs 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joe Coombs, Australian Prisoner of War (POW) enslaved at Aso Mine Company Ltd: "The Aso company in Fukuoka, we didn't meet the president, but the structure of the company has been changed and they denied any knowledge of POWs being there, any slave labour and they said that they could not find any evidence that we had been working there, yet all the villagers, the people in the villages they knew all about us, they knew we've been there, so I was disappointed in that respect that the two mine fields were from Taro Aso (Japanese Prime Minister) (inaudible) didn't apologise on behalf of company." 4. Close up of of postcard which Coombs obtained when he was there, showing the illustration of Yoshikuma Mine in 1945 5. Close up of postcards 6. Black and white photo of POW including Coombs taken at a camp at Yoshikuma Mine, Fukuoka Prefecture, southern Japan 7. Black and white photo of Coombs before his capture in Singapore 8. Mid of Coombs and McAnulty 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) James McAnulty, son of Former Scottish POW, Jim McAnulty, enslaved at Aso Mining Company Ltd: "We hoped that he would have took a couple of minutes, the Prime Minister Taro Aso would have took a couple of minutes of his time specially to meet Joe and possibly to meet myself and give us the opportunity to tell him what actually happened in his father's mine and perhaps a personal apology on his behalf would have went a long way to resolve Joe's and myself's issues." 10. Tiltup of printout paper showing telegram sent from Jim McAnulty STORYLINE: An Australian World War Two Prisoner of War who was forced to work in a coal mine owned by the family of Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso visited Japan but could not obtain compensation or an apology from the Prime Minister. Earlier this year, an official from Japan's Health and Welfare Ministry said that the wartime documents showed 300 British, Dutch and Australian prisoners worked at the Aso family mine in Fukuoka, southern Japan, from April 1945 through Japan's surrender four months later. It was the first time the government had acknowledged the use of prisoners at an Aso mine. Two Australian POWs died at the mine, according to a government official who verified the authenticity of the documents. Former Australian POW, Joe Coombs, expressed his disappointment for not having obtained apologies from Japanese Prime Minister, Taro Aso, for his wartime enslavement at the mine Aso's family owned. "They denied any knowledge of POWs being there, any slave labour and they said that they could not find any evidence that we had been working there, all the villagers, the people in the villages they knew all about us," Joe Coombs said. 88 years old Joseph Coombs returned to Japan for the first time since the end of war to visit the Yoshikuma mine field, Southern Japan to push his case and to talk to Japanese Premier. Coombs travelled with the son of Jim McAnulty, the deceased former Scottish POW who also worked at the mine filed throughout this week. Aso Company did not give an apology to Coombs saying the company was restructured after the war and they no longer have any legal responsibility to the former mine field and people who worked there. Their request to meet with Aso was declined and they were referred to seek for a meeting with Japanese Foreign Minister officials to hear the explanation of Japanese government. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6e6c10660db4bad402b5586f8414b1df Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Hutchison Ports Dispute - MUA Rising
Hutchison Ports Dispute Rally was a tremendous event with workers from all sectors of the industry, community members, politicians, and a host of out fraternal unions taking the fight up to Hutchison's doors at Port Botany. Hundreds of angry wharfies and their supporters stormed on the Hutchison building at Port Botany in protest of the company’s decision to sack almost half of its workforce. The Maritime Union of Australia is in a serious struggle with the Hong Kong- based stevedore after the multi-billion dollar company announced, without warning, that it would be scrapping 100 workers from its two terminals in Brisbane and Sydney. Hutchison was using textbook union busting tactics in offloading shipping contracts in order to increase casualisation and undermine current conditions. Assistant National Secretary Warren Smith said the company had not lost contracts and that the company was subcontracting vessels to Patrick and DP World. "This is a manipulation and a rort by Hutchison that we will fight to the end," Smith said. "Manipulating contracts and colluding with the other port operators in order to manufacture redundancies is just not acceptable. This is a plot to remove union delegates and activists and bring in a disposable, casual, pliable workforce when the contracts mysteriously reappear. "Hutchison ought to know that the MUA is not naïve to its tactics and we are gearing up to fight for the long-haul." After a successful stop work meeting with the Hutchison workers at the seafarers club, a rally was staged and was attended by other wharfies from Patrick and DP World as we as with workers from ever, as well as unionists from the CFMEU, RTBU, TWU, FBEU, community supporters and family members. After rousing speeches from Rita Mallia (CFMEU), Mark Lennon (UnionsNSW), Jim Casey (FBEU), Matt Thistlethwaite (ALP), David Shoebridge (The Greens) in addition to the MUA’s Warren Smith, MUA Veteran Fred Krausert, ex-MUA official Barry Robson and all of the Sydney Branch Officials – Paul McAleer, Paul Keating, Paul Garrett and Joe Deakin. Hutchison delegate and former footballer, Craig Hancock, also graced the back of the ute with the loudspeaker before the crowd marched onto Hutchison, only to be greeted by a big police presence and security guards, preventing anyone entry into the building. "This campaign is one we will fight to the end. We will be using ever lever at our disposal to ensure that this anti-union attack is repelled," Smith said. Hutchison is: Automating without negotiation Automating as union busting Manipulating contracts to create a false redundancy Aiming to sack union delegates and activists MUA is demanding: Information and data, including labour modelling be provided to the union to enable transparent and correct decisions to be made Automation with negotiation The right to return to your job if made redundant Objective and fair negotiated redundancy selection processes A meeting with the company not conducted in a legal framework but an environment
ABC 15/03/2010: CFMEU Building Jobs
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Hutchison Ports Dispute - Community Support
Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) Film Unit. Sacking an employee by email or text may be technically legal, but a recent move by Hutchison Ports to sack almost 100 workers in Sydney and Brisbane by text and email stands as a warning for other employers on the many risks of following suit. “It has become a template of how not to do it,” says Sydney ­barrister Jeff Phillips SC. “It’s very poor industrial relations and poor in an emotional sense for the people whose livelihood has been lost,” says Mr Phillips, who specialises in industrial relations law. “If you are a smart employer and you are losing money on a business and you have to lay off, you can explain it to the workers and soften the blow.” Mr Phillips says dismissing an ­employee by email “is a bit like separating from your wife by email”. “You may send emails to your partner about a range of issues, but you don’t get divorced by email. For an employee, their job is often the second most important relationship they have after their ­marriage.” As the Hutchinson case has shown, with its bitter picketing of the workplace and intense media coverage this week, the process ­itself can provide fuel for legal or industrial action. Mr Phillips says a key things in notifying any employee that they are being laid off is not to make them angry. “If you make people angry, or give them a reason to be angry, it makes them want to run off to their lawyers. “I advise people to make it is pleasant as possible. Talk to them, tell them you are sorry. Give them a farewell dinner. Give them a present, buy the wife a present. Don’t make them angry.” The president of the Australian Human Resources Institute, Peter Wilson, says that these days an email can be considered the equivalent of a letter in business communications. But he describes managers who opt to dismiss their employees by text or email as “lazy or cowardly for not being prepared to have the discussion face to face”. “There is the formal side and there is the best human relations side of how you deal with people.” Mr Wilson says provoking hurt and anger with dismissal by email or text risks encouraging staff to take legal action to complain about the process. “The best way is to explain that the situation is tough and the company is doing all it can to limit the job losses. If there needs to be job losses you should have a face-to-face meeting with the person ­concerned and nurse them through it.” Mr Wilson says firing by email was used in by some US investment banks in the height of the GFC. He adds that Hutchison’s handling of the issue has already caused it “a fair amount of reputational damage”. “Employers face both potential legal action and reputational damage if they try to take short cuts (with the dismissal process),” he says. There is also the impact on the morale of remaining staff. “And then of course the word gets out on social media and your reputation can be trashed.”
Australia's Offshore Detention Controversy
Exporting Asylum - Cambodian Solution (2014): Australia plans to resettle refugees from its offshore detention centres in Cambodia. Filmed just before the agreement had been confirmed, this report explores what awaits refugees in one of Asia's poorest nations. For similar stories, see: Is The Australian Immigration System Fair? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tj8gC9OGixM What Can Australia Do About Illegal Migrant Workers? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09xWiF39skc Australia's Secret Migrant Detention Centre https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZ1hyl-hAUk Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/film/6145/exporting-asylum-cambodian-solution Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures Refugees living in Cambodia face a daily reality of poverty and desperation. One Rohingya man explains, "the locals can't survive. Even the Cambodians can't make a living, so how can I?" With no support from the Cambodian government they depend on the charity of welfare organisations to survive. Human rights workers are also scathing about Cambodia's track record with refugees. According to Ou Virak from the Cambodian Centre for Human Rights, "massive human rights violations are taking place here. I doubt that we can absorb the refugees and protect their rights." Dateline, SBS Australia – Ref. 6145 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
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Hutchison Ports Dispute - 13 Aug 2015 - We Won
Hutchison Ports Dispute - Maritime Union of Australia A Federal Court judge has granted an injunction preventing 97 workers at ports in Sydney and Brisbane from being sacked. The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) brought the case after Hutchison Ports made the workers redundant by email and text message last week. In a late hearing in Sydney Thursday evening, Justice Darryl Rangiah agreed there was a prima facie case that the company had breached an enterprise agreement entered into with the union. Justice Rangiah ordered that the workers not be made redundant pending a full hearing of the dispute at the end of the month. The company must now continue to pay their wages at least until the full hearing on August 31. It had earlier blamed the redundancies on a number of issues, including the downsizing of its offerings to Australian customers. In front of a gathering of workers at Port Botany in Sydney, MUA NSW branch secretary Paul McAleer called the decision "historic". "We've nearly been down here for a full week — day, night, wind, rain, sun," he said. "What we've basically won is the first battle in this war. "And we are very hopeful that this company comes to its senses and recognises that there is an enterprise agreement in place that has been negotiated and democratically endorsed by the leadership and it needs to be upheld." The industrial action at the ports in Sydney and Brisbane, which went into its seventh day on Thursday, is now expected to halt following the court's ruling.
Michaelia Cash continues allegations against CFMEU despite charges dropped
16/05/2018 Blackmail charges brought against construction union bosses John Setka and Shaun Reardon have been dropped by Victorian prosecutors. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-05-16/blackmail-charges-against-construction-union-bosses-dropped-by/9766648
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Who is standing over who at Seymour Whyte's Chandler Highway?
What have Seymour Whyte got to hide? Join a CFMEU official on night shift at Chandler Highway as they do everything by the book, tick every box and jump through every hoop to deal with safety issues on the job. The system is broken, workers are denied access to their representatives and companies like Seymour Whyte think they can block, hinder and obstruct legal right of entry by union safety officials. Time to #ChangeTheRules
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US commander on the meaning of patrol near illegal artificial island in THE SOUTH CHINA SEA
US commander on the meaning of patrol near illegal artificial island in THE SOUTH CHINA SEA US admiral Harry Harris said the maritime freedom campaign in the South China Sea was "legitimizing international law" and that it "helped the countries." "I believe that freedom of navigation is beneficial to countries in the region because it validates the international law positions available to all of us and international law allows our ships and planes to operate in the sky. This is the meaning of the freedom of navigation program, "said Admiral Harris, speaking on behalf of Southeast Asian and international youth leaders, in a joint program with the Asia Security Summit. -La in Singapore. SUBSCRIBE my channel here: http://bit.ly/2bekG3G URL video: http://bit.ly/2sboPit G+ here: http://bit.ly/2ceByt8 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hashtag: #HotNews #SouthChinaSea #ChinaSea
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Changing Tides: Shipping's Future
Representatives from Maersk, Seaspan, Tiger Group Investments, Lloyds Register, BW Maritime, and Green Marine Capital discusses maritime technology and the future of shipping on Bloomberg TV Asia
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ABC live cross moments after the Federal Court ruled in the MUA's favour
MEDIA RELEASE Abbott Government Fails In Bid To Allow Cheap Foreign Labour In Offshore Oil and Gas Sector   The Abbott Government’s ongoing efforts to undermine Australian jobs in the offshore oil and gas sector suffered a setback today when the Federal Court rejected its underhand means of deploying visas for foreign workers.   The Full Court of the Federal Court declared that the Ministerial Determination ('Immi 14/077') introduced by Assistant Immigration Minister Michaelia Cash on July 17, 2014 “is not authorised … and is invalid”.   “The Parliament’s intention was to confer upon the Minister a power to except or exempt particular activities or operations carried out under the Offshore Petroleum Act or Offshore Minerals Act, not to reverse the Parliament’s desire and intention to bring within the [Migration] Act non-citizens who are engaged in operations and activities under the Offshore Petroleum Act or the Offshore Minerals Act.” : see Judgment at [73].   The Abbott Government has taken three significant steps to undermine Australian participation in offshore oil and gas projects. It has:*    introduced a Bill to repeal the Migration Amendment (Offshore Resources Activity) Act 2013 (ORA ACT) that was passed by the Parliament in 2013 to address a flaw in Australia's migration law following a Federal Court judgment in the Allseas case that found certain groups of workers were not within the migration zone and did not require visas to work in Australia.*    introduced a Regulation under the ORA Act that specified an inappropriate visa class as a work visa to conform with the ORA Act (the Maritime Crew Visa, which is a transit visa for visiting international seafarers, not a work visa) and;*    when the Senate rightly disallowed the regulation specifying that visa, introduced a Ministerial Determination ('Immi 14/077') effectively making the ORA Act null and void in complete disregard to the wishes of the Parliament.Following the decision of Justice Buchanan of the Federal Court on 15 September 2014 which validated the use by the Government of Ministerial Determination 'Immi 14/077', the MUA and AMOU appealed the decision to the Full Court of the Federal Court.    Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) National Secretary Paddy Crumlin said the decision today means that hundreds of jobs in the offshore oil and gas sector are in doubt and it’s not as if the Government hasn’t had time to prepare.   "The Abbott Government has clearly outlined their agenda for employment in this important segment of our economy without regard to existing employment law or consequence,” Mr Crumlin said.
Clive Palmer - Solution for 30,000 asylum seekers held in detention negotiated
A Solution to Save Australia Billions of Dollars and Place Refugees Into Productive Employment The federal leader of the Palmer United Party and Member for Fairfax Clive Palmer announced today that his party would support a joint initiative with the Abbott Government to set up a new visa. The Government is introducing this new visa into parliament. Mr Palmer said negotiations with the Government and the Minister for Immigration the Honourable Scott Morrison had resulted in keeping 1,550 people in Australia who would have otherwise been transferred to Nauru or Manus Island from Christmas Island and mainland Australia. These people include 436 children and their families and 32 unaccompanied minors. This arrangement would also see processes to allow the caseload of 30,000 Illegal Maritime Arrivals (IMAs) to be resolved, resulting in billions of dollars of savings to the Australian Government and positive contributions to the Australian economy. Mr Palmer said Palmer United Party negotiations with the Government have ensured the introduction of a new visa to be known as the Safe Haven Enterprise Visa (SHEV). The SHEV encourages enterprise through earning and learning while also strengthening regional Australia. The visa would be valid for five years and allows for the visa holder to be located in a region identified through a national nomination process. Areas identified are those locations in Australia where labour resources are most needed. “These visa holders will be targeted to regions and encouraged to fill regional vacancies,’’ Mr Palmer said. “Following full employment and positive community involvement for a period of 3.5 years, the visa holder can apply for an onshore visa. “Holders of SHEVs will be eligible for work rights, access to employment services and mutual obligations, Medicare, trauma counselling, translation services, complex case support and access to education for school aged children,’’ he said. During the five year period, visa holders have an opportunity to provide bona fides and contribute to Australian society by paying taxes and adding to the economy’s productivity levels. Mr Palmer said these changes will help Australia and allows for a crucial stepping stone for refugees to make a positive contribution to Australian society. “It’s a win, win situation,’’ Mr Palmer said. “It’s a win for refugees who now have a safe haven visa and can protect themselves and work towards establishing themselves in an Australian community." “And it’s a win for regional Australia, which will benefit from the additional work resources in communities where there is a labour shortage, thereby increasing the viability of these areas.” Mr Palmer said the Government had also agreed to cease transferring people, who arrived prior to December 19, 2013 and are currently on the Australian mainland and Christmas Island, to Nauru or Manus Island for offshore processing. The Government has also agreed to continue to support assisted voluntary return packages, particularly as a mechanism to reunite unaccompanied minors with their families in their home countries. “The Palmer United Party will support these measures as they reduce billions of dollars of expenditure which can be used for crucial services including health and education." “They also give refugees certainty to re-establish themselves into a normal Australian lifestyle." “This is a good result. It is safe and secure." “The Palmer United Party would like to thank the Government and congratulate Minister Morrison on his open mind and willingness to resolving the unprocessed caseload of 30,000 illegal maritime arrivals in Australia,” Mr Palmer said.
Why You Can Claim Islands for the US if They Have Bird Poop
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Union warns mine safety at risk
A decision by the NSW Labor Government to contract out the monitoring of coal dust has prompted Australia's biggest mining union to warn that the country's enviable safety record might soon be jeopardised.
International Transport Workers Federation - UPS Protest
International Transport Workers Federation - UPS Protest Transport workers across the world are holding a day of action to ram home the message to UPS managers that the sacking of 157 workers in Turkey will not go unnoticed. The workers were dismissed following an organising drive by the ITF-affiliated union Türkiye Motorlu Tasit Isçileri Sendikasi (TUMTIS); on 2 July, the conflict escalated in Izmir when it was reported that the manager of a UPS sub-contractor pulled out a gun and started shooting at protesting workers. The unionists are organising mass actions outside UPS operations and other locations around the world on 1 September, following a resolution pledging support for the dismissed workers, which was passed at the ITF congress in Mexico earlier this month. The activists are calling for the reinstatement of the workers, an end to UPS's hostile anti-union approach in Turkey. They are also demanding that management establish sound industrial relations. Unions in countries across all continents have committed to participate in the action day - from Argentina, Australia, Hong Kong and the Netherlands to South Africa and the US. Kenan Ozturk, TUMTIS President, commented: "UPS workers in Turkey face aggression. International support will send a clear message to UPS that anti-union activity is not acceptable. Global workers' solidarity will defeat employers' attacks." In addition to taking part in the global action, ITF affiliates are being urged to write letters of protest to UPS chief executive officer and chairman of the board Scott Davies, based at the company's head office in the US. The ITF will be monitoring the situation at UPS and is asking affiliates to be on standby should further action be necessary. Produced by Jamie McMechan Maritime Union Of Australia - Film Unit. Maritime Union Of Australia (MUA) https://www.mua.org.au Australian Council Of Trade Unions (ACTU) https://www.actu.org.au International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) https://www.itfglobal.org International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) https://www.ituc-csi.org
MUA responds to false claims by oil and gas industry
Global campaign to target Chevron over Gorgon delays and overruns The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) has joined forces with the International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) in a global campaign to build awareness over delays and cost overruns on Chevron's Gorgon LNG project in Australia. The Australian Mines and Metals Association (AMMA) has unfairly blamed the Western Australia (WA) Branch of the MUA for problems on the Gorgon project, as the union has sought to negotiate a new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement for maritime workers working in the offshore oil and gas sector. MUA WA branch secretary Christy Cain said maritime workers were being used as scapegoats by Chevron Australia. "Research undertaken by BIS Shrapnel found that the wages of maritime workers make up less than one percent of the USD54 billion cost of building Gorgon," Mr Cain said. "Despite the negligible impact of maritime wages on the total construction cost of Gorgon, the MUA and our members are portrayed by the industry and their henchmen as being responsible for all of the problems facing the Gorgon project and the LNG sector as a whole. "This campaign will expose the real reasons for cost blowouts and delays on the Gorgon project to Chevron management and investors worldwide." ITF president Paddy Crumlin said it was time to face up to facts. "Gorgon is an important project for Chevron and the Australian national interest in the development of our nationally-owned resources. "The MUA, the ITF and myself have consistently committed to a functional and long term commitment to productivity within the reach of labour relations since the initial Financial Investment Decision years ago. Each approach has been firmly rebuffed by the company." Mr Crumlin questioned why Chevron wouldn't sit down with the unions to develop a sustainable and functional relationship with its workforce. "Gorgon is one of the largest LNG projects in the world, where Australian national assets are being developed in an Australian National park. It's imperative that Chevron develops a good industrial relationship with those working on the project. "Really, the company needs to get a grip, cop their stuff-ups on the chin and return to a mature and balanced industrial relations model more suited to Australian values underpinning economic and commercial success. "If they do that, Chevron will have the support and encouragement of both the maritime union and the ITF." The MUA/ITF campaign launched with an online video and digital advertising, as well as the unveiling of a five metre high installation of a Chevron executive with their head in the sand.
Industrial Disputes Security Australia CPA
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Govt Takes On CFMEU & Stop Union Industrial Thuggery
The ABC's 7.30 Report reports on the Abbott Government's move to re-introduce the ABCC to stop industrial thuggery and return the rule of law to Australian building sites. In the process they will take on the militant Construction Forestry Mining and Electrical (CFMEU) who are infamous for their industrial thuggery.
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Thank God you're here - safety officers
The thank God you're here guy's have a comical look at safety.
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Colombia's Coke-Smuggling Submarines
You should subscribe to Motherboard now: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MOTHERBOARD Colombian drug traffickers up the ante with homemade coke-smuggling submarines. Originally released in 2011 on http://motherboard.vice.com Read more here: http://bit.ly/150nwhp Check out 'The Future of Weed': http://bit.ly/High-Country Follow MOTHERBOARD Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/motherboardtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/motherboard Tumblr: http://motherboardtv.tumblr.com/
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CFMEU in the news
snippets of CFMEU NSW branch in the news for 2009
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CFMEU protected action at Cleanaway Brooklyn
After 6 months of EBA negotiations broke down at Cleanaway in Brooklyn, CFMEU Members are taking legal protected action to prevent drastic cuts to their penalty rates and other conditions. The company has responded with more bullying and standover tactics, locking workers out and standing them down without pay, despite the action being legal and protected. Another example of broken industrial relations laws in Australia being exploited by employers to attack their workers. #ChangeTheRules
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Defend Noel Washington - 30th July 2008
Thousands of union delegates rallied at Dallas Brooks Hall to support Noel Washington, a CFMEU Victorian construction union official who is facing being sent to jail for refusing to testify to the ABCC.
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El Salvador - Impunity or Justice
Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) National Secretary and International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) President Paddy Crumlin has highlighted the inaction of the government of El Salvador on the tenth anniversary of the assassination of Gilberto Soto, a representative of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. Soto was killed in November 2004 while visiting El Salvador to establish fraternal relations with transport workers there and throughout Central America. The Teamsters have taken out a full-page advertisement in today’s edition of El Salvador’s largest daily newspaper, denouncing the government for its lack of action. The advertisement, published in La Prensa Grafica, poses the question “Justice or Impunity?” and is written as an open letter criticising the high-level cover-up of Soto’s assassination. It calls upon El Salvador’s current Attorney-General, Luis Martinez, to reopen investigations into this and other emblematic human rights cases. Mr Crumlin said El Salvador’s recent history has been marred by instances of murder, torture and other human rights abuses and atrocities. “The MUA, ITF and the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) have expressed concerns over a number of years that Mr Soto's death was linked to his trade union activities and it is yet to be properly investigated,” Mr Crumlin said. “More than 20 years after the signing of the Chapultepec Peace Accords, people around the globe are watching to see if El Salvador is prepared to protect the rights of its citizens to participate in union activities and other forms of engagement in civil society without risking their lives. “We call on Attorney-General Luis Martinez to appoint an official who is willing and able to effectively investigate the murder of Mr Soto, as well as other killings by death squads.” Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa, who joined 14 other human rights advocates in placing the advertisement said: “It’s time for justice for Gilberto Soto’s family and all who cherish human rights.” Lance Compa, a professor of international labor and human rights law at Cornell University said: “Under human rights law there is no statute of limitations on justice for victims such as Gilberto Soto.” Professor Compa has conducted studies for Human Rights Watch, the International Labor Rights Forum and other human rights groups, as well as for the United Nations’ International Labour Organisation. “Resolving yesterday’s injustice is essential for confronting and solving today’s human rights challenges. This is why re-opening the Gilberto Soto case will be so important for the international human rights community and for the Salvadoran people,” Mr Compa said. Noting that in the past, El Salvador’s office of the attorney general was itself involved in a cover-up of the Soto case, the signers urge Attorney General Martinez to work with the PDDH, the country’s human rights office, and independent human rights organisations to identify those who committed the emblematic crimes, and those who covered them up. Geoff Thale, program director of the Washington Office on Latin America, said he signed the open letter because “The unresolved human rights crimes of the past – the Jesuit case, massacres like El Mozote, like that of Gilberto Soto—involve deep emotional wounds for the families and relatives of those who died. These cases serve as a test for the criminal justice system, especially for the Attorney General’s office, as to whether it can investigate effectively and without political interference.” “We want to know—will El Salvador reject the cover-up of politically motivated crimes and end the culture of impunity?” said Ron Carver, an associate fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, D.C. Posted by Jamie McMechan Maritime Union of Australia - Film Unit.
Building workers should have the same rights (Australia)
It is unacceptable in a modern democracy that workers in the construction industry have fewer rights than the broader workforce, says the ACTU. Standing with construction unions in a campaign to abolish the Australian Building and Construction Commission, ACTU secretary Jeff Lawrence says it is fundamental that all workers have the same rights to hold meetings and organise without fear or intimidation. But under the Howard Government's ABCC, construction workers' rights have been stripped away. "Of all the Howard government's workplace laws, the ABCC is the most anti-worker," Mr Lawrence says. "It has more powers than the police to investigate construction workers, drag them in for secret interrogation and jail them if they refuse to answer questions. "These are ordinary workers seeking simply the rights to hold a meeting, to organise, and to protect their health and safety. This is an issue for all workers that we should have one system for everyone, no matter what industry you work in." Mr Lawrence says several recent serious workplace accidents have again shown that construction is an industry in which safety, rather than a misguided attack on workers' rights, should be a priority. A recent meeting of the ACTU Executive unanimously supported a campaign by construction workers for equal rights under law and has pledged resources to the push to abolish the ABCC before 2010. The issue has been brought to a head by the prosecution of Noel Washington, an official of the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union in Victoria who faces up to six months jail after he refused to answer questions from the ABCC. "Noel has done nothing illegal, yet he's being treated like a common criminal" says CFMEU construction division national secretary, Dave Noonan. "He has been accused of being a witness to an off-site, lunchtime meeting of workers, who has refused to dob in his mates. "We won't stand by and allow construction workers to be treated with fewer rights than other workers." Unions are also calling for changes to the Howard Government's Building Code, which has also been used by employers to reduce workers' rights beyond the construction industry.
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Where Ships Go to Die, Workers Risk Everything | National Geographic
In Bangladesh, men desperate for work perform one of the world's most dangerous jobs. They demolish huge ships in grueling conditions, braving disease, pollution, and the threat of being crushed or stabbed by steel sliced from the hulls. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Explore the lives of ship-breakers online in National Geographic magazine: http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2014/05/shipbreakers/gwin-text PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEOGRAPHY: Mike Hettwer EDITOR: Spencer Millsap Where Ships Go to Die, Workers Risk Everything | National Geographic https://youtu.be/WOmtFN1bfZ8 National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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The Hungry Miles - Part 3
The Hungry Miles is a documentary made by the Waterside Workers Federation Film Unit. It documents industrial relations on the waterfront since the 1930s and includes dramatised scenes of working conditions during the Depression. It also recounts the background to the Federal Governments 1954 amendments to the Stevedoring Industry Act, which proposed to give shipowners the right to directly recruit wharf labour and bypass the union; shows workers demonstrating; contrasts the gap between industry and workers in the division of profits; and evokes the spirit of the Eureka Stockade in portraying the solidarity amongst waterside workers. It includes voice-over narration by Leonard Teale and employs an orchestral score. Filmed and produced by Waterside Workers Federation Film Unit (WWFFU) members - Norma Disher, Keith Gow and Jock Levy (1955). Posted by Jamie McMechan Maritime Union of Australia Film Unit. http://www.mua.org.au
Global Warming causing Sea Turtle Faminization कछुओं में लिंगानुपात असंतुलन Current Affairs 2018
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Malcolm Turnbull flags workplace law changes after Vic firefighter Fairwork decision
7/06/2016 Malcolm Turnbull says he will amend the Fairwork Act because unions are dominating volunteer organisations.
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Is Government Spying on Our Computers? कंप्यूटर निगरानी विवाद Snooping , Cyber Surveillance Order
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ICJ to rule on Chilean-Peruvian dispute
The Pope has weighed in on the Chilean-Peruvian maritime dispute just hours before the International Court of Justice is due to hands down a ruling. Pope Francis says he prays both nations will arrive at an understandings, a veiled reference to the historic tensions between the two South American nations. At stake are 38, 000 square kilometers of rich fishing waters that Peru lost to Chile after the War of the Pacific at the tie of the 19th century. Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Arica.
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How To Build A Home For Less Than $50,000 | Indoor | Great Home Ideas
Dreaming of owning your own home but convinced you can’t afford it? This week Adam, Jason and Pete team up for one of our biggest makes ever, literally building a home from scratch for under $50,000 – using a shipping container! Welcome to the official Great Home Ideas channel, the destination for all your DIY, Food, Garden, Lifestyle and Pet needs. Here you'll find DIY Lifestyle Hacks, Home Makeover Tips, Quick And Easy DIY How To's, Gardening Tips and more. Welcome to the official Great Home Ideas channel, the destination for all your DIY, Food, Garden, Lifestyle and Pet needs. Here you'll find DIY Lifestyle Hacks, Home Makeover Tips, Quick And Easy DIY How To's, Gardening Tips and more.
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CFMEU Newsread  30 April
Call for industrial manslaughter laws; dispute with Energy Australia at Yallourn; overwhelming support for cracking down on 457 rorts; rescue helicopter fundraiser
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The history of the CFMEU Queensland
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Decision on SOUTH CHINA SEA reveals CHINA'S strategy
Decision on SOUTH CHINA SEA reveals CHINA'S strategy According to The Philippine Star, on the occasion of a full year the Referee Court in La Haye (Netherlands) ruled on the South China Sea dispute between the Philippines and China (July 12, 2016), foreign and security policy expert The Rio de Janeiro-based Stratbase Institute, Prof. Renato Cruz De Castro, said the decision undermined China's sole legal justification. According to the author, the Philippine-China maritime dispute as well as the Arbitral Tribunal's ruling may be viewed by some as part of a large-scale water competition between China and the United States in East Asia. However, by clarifying the maritime interests of the South China Sea, Beijing's expanded territorial sovereignty claims have been exposed to public opinion and the international community's assessment of legitimacy and understanding. Know (about Chinese law). SUBSCRIBE my channel here: http://bit.ly/2bekG3G URL video: http://bit.ly/2tL6g4U G+ here: http://bit.ly/2ceByt8 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hashtag: #HotNews #SouthChinaSea #ChinaSea
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Supporters rally for Ark Tribe's freedom
More than 200 people rallied at Elizabeth Magistrates Court today in support of the latest victim of the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC), South Australian construction worker, Ark Tribe. Local unions closed ranks around Mr Tribe who faces up to six months jail for allegedly failing to attend a compulsory interrogation by the ABCC in 2008. Speaking at the rally outside the court today, CFMEU SA Secretary, Martin OMalley said local workers, including nurses, ambulance officers, truck drivers and construction workers had pledged their support for Mr Tribe. Today, unions, representing nurses, ambulance officers, transport workers and construction workers, stood shoulder-to-shoulder with Ark Tribe in the fight against the ABCC charges, Mr OMalley said.
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CFMEU slams Rudd & Gillard Ark Tribe
Fed CFMEU speech supporting Ark Tribe b4 court
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Columbus, de Gama, and Zheng He! 15th Century Mariners. Crash Course: World History #21
In which John Green teaches you about the beginning of the so-called Age of Discovery. You've probably heard of Christopher Columbus, who "discovered" America in 1492, but what about Vasco da Gama? How about Zheng He? Columbus gets a bad rap from many modern historians, but it turns out he was pretty important as far as the history of the world goes. That said, he wasn't the only pioneer plying the seas in the 1400s. In Portugal, Vasco da Gama was busy integrating Europe into the Indian Ocean Trade by sailing around Africa. Chinese admiral Zheng He was also traveling far and wide in the largest wooden ships ever built. Columbus, whether portrayed as hero or villain, is usually credited as the great sailor of the 15th century, but he definitely wasn't the only contender. What better way to settle this question than with a knock-down, drag-out, no holds barred, old-fashioned battle royal? We were going to make it a cage match, but welding is EXPENSIVE. Resources: The Age of Reconnaissance by JH Parry - An explanation of the technologies that made these voyages possible, and a nice detailed record of many of the important voyages. http://dft.ba/-discovery When China Ruled the Sea by Louise Levathes: A history of the Ming dynasty's ventures into maritime exploration. http://dft.ba/-zhenghedragon Unknown Seas by Ronald Watkins: A highly readable account of Vasco da Gama's introduction of europe into the Indian Ocean trade. http://dft.ba/-vasco Crash Course World History is now available on DVD! http://store.dftba.com/products/crashcourse-world-history-the-complete-series-dvd-set Follow us! @thecrashcourse @realjohngreen @raoulmeyer @crashcoursestan @saysdanica @thoughtbubbler Like us! ‪http://www.facebook.com/youtubecrashcourse Follow us again! ‪http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse
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60 Bukti bahwa Atlantis Ada di Indonesia
1. Pada suatu tempat yang jauh di “Samudera Atlantik” (pemahaman Yunani kuno) 06:51 2. Jalan menuju pulau-pulau lain 09:08 3. Dapat mencapai benua di seberangnya yang meliputi samudera yang sebenarnya 09:08 4. Lebih besar dari gabungan “Libya” dan “Asia” (Asia Kecil) (pemahaman Yunani kuno) 09:08 5. Bentang daratan seluruh negeri, di wilayah pada sisi samudera, adalah menjulang tinggi dan terjal. 09:08 6. Beriklim dua musim – “panas” (kemarau) dan “dingin” (hujan) 10:39 7. Berlimpah air berkat curah hujan yang tinggi 10:39 8. Iklim dengan suhu udara yang amat nyaman 10:39 9. Tanahnya subur, terbaik untuk kayu-kayuan, pertanian dan peternakan 11:15 10. Berlimpah makanan untuk setiap satwa, liar maupun jinak, untuk mempertahankan peradaban dan menciptakan angkatan perang (sekitar 20 juta orang) 11:15 11. Keragaman flora dan fauna yang sangat luas 11:15 12. Gajah, kuda, “banteng” dan lumba-lumba 12:43 13. “Buah” yang berkulit keras, menghasilkan air yang dapat diminum, daging dan minyak urap 14:53 14. Hasil bumi yang dibusukkan dengan dipelihara, untuk cuci mulut setelah makan malam 15:58 15. Akar-akaran, daun-daunan, kayu-kayuan dan esens disuling dari “buah” dan bunga 17:06 16. Hasil bumi yang dibudidayakan, dikeringkan, untuk makanan dan lainnya, digunakan sebagai makanan pokok – nama umumnya “butiran curah” 17:37 17. Sejenis kastanye, yang memberikan kesenangan dan hiburan 18:02 18. Semua hasil bumi itu menakjubkan dan dalam kelimpahan tak terbatas 18:02 19. Emas 18:20 20. Perak 18:20 21. Timah 18:20 22. “Kuningan”/”perunggu” (tembaga, timah dan seng) 18:20 23. “Orichalcum”, mineral lebih berharga dari apa pun kecuali emas, gemerlap, berwarna merah 18:20 24. “Orichalcum” digali dari bumi di banyak bagian daratan 18:20 25. Di dekat dan di sekitar kota terdapat dataran yang rata. 19:56 26. Datarannya halus dan tidak bergelombang. 19:56 27. Datarannya dikelilingi oleh pegunungan yang menurun menuju laut. 19:56 28. Datarannya mengarah ke selatan, terlindung dari utara. 19:56 29. Datarannya dikelilingi oleh sederetan pegunungan besar dan kecil yang indah, dengan desa-desa dan rakyat yang makmur, sungai, rawa dan padang rumput. 19:56 30. Pada datarannya terdapat berbagai macam kayu – berlimpah untuk setiap macam karya. 19:56 31. Bentuk umum datarannya adalah persegi panjang dan lonjong. 19:56 32. Datarannya membentang dalam arah memanjang 3.000 stadium (± 555 km), melintang 2.000 stadium (± 370 km). 19:56 33. Saluran keliling adalah luar biasa besarnya, tak diduga bahwa itu buatan. 22:15 34. Saluran keliling dalamnya 100 kaki (± 30 m), lebarnya 1 stadium (± 185 m), panjangnya 10.000 stadium (± 1.850 km). 22:15 35. Saluran keliling memperoleh aliran dari pegunungan. 22:15 36. Saluran pedalaman adalah lurus, lebarnya sekitar 100 kaki (30 m), intervalnya sekitar 100 stadium (18,5 km) dan bermuara kedalam saluran keliling. 22:15 37. Terusan digali dari saluran pedalaman yang satu ke yang lain. 24:49 38. Saluran pedalaman dan terusan digunakan untuk mengangkut kayu dan hasil bumi menggunakan kapal. 25:22 39. Saluran irigasi menyadap dari saluran yang lain. 25:58 40. Saluran irigasi mengairi lahan di “musim panas” (musim kemarau) sementara di “musim dingin” (musim hujan) mendapatkan air dari hujan, menghasilkan dua kali panen dalam setahun. 25:58 41. Pulau kotanya ada di laut yang dikelilingi oleh benua tak terbatas, yang lainnya adalah samudera yang nyata. 27:17 43. Kota itu terdapat didepan sebuah selat. 27:17 44. Ada beberapa pulau di laut itu. 44. Di dan di sekitar kota terdapat dataran dan semua saluran bertemu di kota dan bermuara ke laut. 27:56 45. Sebuah bukit kecil (pulau pusat) dan sebuah dataran rata yang luas di dekat laut dapat dicapai dengan kapal dan perahu dari laut. 27:56 46. Laut di ibukota Atlantis “sekarang” (waktu Solon) tidak dapat dilewati dan ditembus karena adanya “beting tanah liat” (terumbu karang), akibat “penurunan” pulau (kenaikan permukaan laut). 30:18 47. Bekas kotanya sekarang berada dibawah laut. 30:18 48. Kotanya berada di seberang tugu batas, orang Yunani (kuno) menyebutnya “Tugu Herakles”. 32:35 49. Mata air panas dan dingin 35:02 50. Batu-batu berwarna putih, hitam dan merah 35:02 51. Batuan dilubangi untuk atap galangan ganda 35:02 52. “Poseidon” (dewa laut atau air, penata hukum pertama, berkendaraan makhluk laut, dewa tertinggi di masa awal) 36:30 53. “Herakles” (anak dewa tertinggi Zeus, kelahirannya tidak senonoh, memiliki selera yang tak terpuaskan, sangat kasar, brutal dan keras) 40:23 54. Pengorbanan “banteng” 44:12 55. Candi atau piramida 45:35 56. Kegiatan maritim 48:59 57. Peradaban maju pada zamannya 50:17 58. Hancur 9.000 tahun sebelum Solon (sekitar 11.600 tahun lalu) 52:44 59. Gempa dan “banjir” dari laut (tsunami) 53:46 60. Tenggelam tanpa henti (kenaikan permukaan laut pasca-glasial) 55:12 Selanjutnya di www.atlantisjavasea.com
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Australia in the World: Raising our Sights - AUSI Inaugural lecture
In the inaugural Australian Studies Institute's 'Australia and the World' annual lecture, Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AC QC, examines how Australia once punched above its weight, regionally and globally, and it can again. In an era of great geopolitical uncertainty, Australians need a firmer sense of what we believe in, where we can make the most difference, and how we can best contribute to a saner, safer and more prosperous world. But too often we shy away from these kinds of debates, consumed by our sense of dependency on the great powers. It's time to give renewed attention to just what we can do for ourselves when we set our sights high.
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Earth-cooled, shipping container underground CA home for 30K
As a kid Steve Rees played in caves and learned how the earth could cool. As an adult, he buried two shipping containers and created an off-grid retirement home for himself and his wife Shirley. After a few years of camping on their 10 acre plot in Northern California, they bought two shipping containers, hired an excavator and got to work. Doing most of the work themselves, their finished home cost them $30,000 (solar included). Their 640-square-foot space cost them less than $50 per square foot. Rees explains that while this is less than conventional construction costs, the savings only begin with construction. With a solar-powered well, a bit of propane and solar tubes for most of their light, they haven’t had any city water or electric bills since 2002. Winter temperatures in their home (even during 20 degrees outside) never fall below 62 degrees (an RV catalytic heater is sufficient for heating). Even when the temperature rises to 110 outside in the summer, their home has never risen above 82 degrees. When they asked the county about permitting they were told they “didn’t have a permit for burying containers”. They have been inspected since completing their home and they have a permitted septic system and a permitted well, just no permit for a single family dwelling. Steve Rees book: “Off Grid and Underground" http://www.amazon.com/Off-Grid-Underground-Simpler-Live/dp/1493798510 Original story: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/earth-cooled-shipping-container-underground-ca-home-for-30k/ Steve has agreed to field questions at [email protected]
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Wooden head raised from Seabed
A unique 'work of art'... raised from the seabed.... WEBSITE: www.independent.co.uk Author credit: by David Keys, Archaeology Correspondent Image credit: belongs to it's respective owner, and not to me.... Article link: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/archaeology/poole-wreck-wooden-head-raised-from-seabed-heightens-17thcentury-mystery-8775198.html DISCLAIMER: I read for the visually impaired and for mobile device users. If anyone does not wish to listen to the entire broadcast, please use link provided... No copyright infringement is ever intended... The content does not necessarily reflect my own personal viewpoints or opinions, it is up to the viewer to decide. I'm unable to verify or confirm the content, so please understand this. FAIR USE STATEMENT: This site may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available in an effort to advance understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and social justice issues, etc. we believe this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. For more information go to: http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/17/... If you wish to use copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond 'fair use', you must obtain permission from the copyright owner
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