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Virgin Australia won’t take financial hit from shareholder class action
Securities 2022-05-13 10:02 pm By Christine Caulfield

A shareholder class action against Virgin Australia over representations made in a prospectus for a $324 million capital raising won’t put a dent in the […]

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Virgin Australia hit with class action over 2019 prospectus
Class Actions 2022-05-12 8:49 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Virgin Australia has been hit with a shareholder class action over representations made in a 2019 prospectus for a capital raising to fund its $700 […]

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Virgin says top pilot was not sacked for complaining about bullying by CEO
Employment 2022-05-10 3:38 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Virgin Australia has struck back at a lawsuit by its former chief pilot alleging the airline sacked him for complaining of bullying and harassment by […]

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Qantas, TWU lose appeals over axing of 1,800 ground staff
Employment 2022-05-04 11:34 am By Cindy Cameronne

Qantas and the Transport Workers Union both lost their appeals Wednesday of a judge’s decision finding the airline had decided to axe 1,800 ground staff […]

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Commissioner with frequent flyer card won’t recuse himself from Virgin vaccine challenge
Employment 2022-04-19 1:03 pm By Sam Matthews

Fair Work Commissioner Nick Wilson has dismissed a recusal bid by nine former Virgin employees who argued his frequent flyer membership with the airline meant […]

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Virgin CEO accused of ‘bullying and harassment’ in lawsuit by ex-chief pilot
Employment 2022-04-14 3:46 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A former chief pilot at Virgin Australia has filed a lawsuit claiming the airline sacked him after he made complaints and filed Fair Work Commission […]

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ACCC drops investigation into Qantas’ Alliance stake
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-04-05 6:22 pm By Miklos Bolza

The ACCC has ended its three-year investigation into Qantas Airways’ 19.9 per cent stake in ‘fly in fly out’ airline Alliance Aviation without enforcement action. […]

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Qantas unfairly fired safety instructor who stared at employee’s chest, FWC finds
Employment 2022-03-29 12:46 pm By Miklos Bolza

A Qantas safety instructor who was fired for allegedly staring at a female employee’s chest during a training session will get his job back after […]

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Virgin scores High Court win in spat with Wells Fargo over leased engines
High Court 2022-03-16 7:23 pm By Miklos Bolza

US bank Wells Fargo and Florida-based aviation leasing company Willis Lease Finance will have to pay $500,000 for the relocation of leased aircraft engines to […]

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High Court says ‘direct and far-reaching ramifications’ of contract gives outsider right to relief
High Court 2022-03-09 9:42 pm By Bianca Hrovat

The High Court has ruled that the “direct and far-reaching ramifications” of a contract between the federal government and Tasmania’s two major airports justifies an […]

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