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Low-paid workers set for 5.2 pct payrise to combat rising grocery and fuel prices

More than 2.6 million Australians will get a $40 a week pay rise from July 1 following a decision by the Fair Work Commission. The 5.2 per cent increase for the country's lowest-paid workers was necessary to deal with rising grocery and fuel prices, with inflation sitting on 5.1 per cent and set to go to seven per cent by the end of the year.

Landmark case to lift aged care wages begins in Sydney

One of the most significant wage cases in recent history kicks off today as the Health Services Union (HSU) seeks to lift the wages of aged care workers by 25 per cent.

Cost of living pressures to determine election outcome: UnitingCare insight

Workers have missed out on up to $680 a fortnight in pay over the past decade amid the rising cost of living according to new analysis by UnitingCare Australia.

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