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Alarm bells ringing on the waterfront (again)

20 January 2024

1:36 AM

20 January 2024

1:36 AM

In the throes of a four-month waterfront dispute featuring the Construction Forestry Mining Energy Union (CFMEU) and Emirati global logistics firm DP World, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s hands-off approach to policy reform sees his leadership again in the spotlight.

With his vision to transform himself into a pro-enterprise Prime Minister, Albanese previously lauded former Prime Minister John Howard’s mantra for economic growth and prosperity.

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