Gladstone Ports worker suspended after question to Bill Shorten

THE Gladstone Ports worker who tripped up Bill Shorten on Labor’s tax plan for high-income earners has been suspended and forced to find another job. The gutted 49-year-old was told he was in breach for speaking to the media when filmed questioning Mr Shorten at the Queensland Government-owned Gladstone Ports Corporation, saying “it would be good to see higher-wage earners given a tax break”.

Source: The Courier-Mail

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Former AWU official Bruce Wilson attacks photographer Sam Mooy from The Australian Newspaper – outside the TRUC, August 2014

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