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Is This Joke About The Christchurch Massacre Racist? | STV News

STV News – Australian comedian Isaac Butterfield finds himself in hot water after telling a joke about the Christchurch Massacre.

Muslims and anti-discrimination advocates are outraged at the gag, calling it racist and offensive.

However, many believe comedy should tackle controversial, taboo and tragic subjects. Watch the video and let us know what you think of the joke.

What Is The Current Minimum Wage? | STV Explainer

STV Explainer – What is the current minimum wage?

From 1 July 2020, the national minimum wage increased by $13 a week.

However, because of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the Fair Work Commission decided to introduce the pay rise to different industries over time.

Your Workplace News in 90 Seconds | 10 August 2020 | STV News

STV News – The latest workplace news and workplace relations information in 90 seconds for the week starting 10 August 2020.

What Is A Genuine Redundancy? | STV Explainer

STV Explainer – What is a genuine redundancy?

With the coronavirus COVID-19 hitting industries like aviation particularly hard, thousands of Australian workers are being made redundant.

Watch to find out what is a genuine redundancy and what is a non-genuine redundancy and unfair dismissal.

Your Workplace News in 90 Seconds | 3 August 2020 | STV News

STV News – The latest workplace news and workplace relations information in 90 seconds for the week starting 3 August 2020.

Find Out The Real Reason Lee Lin Chin Left SBS | STV News

STV News – Popular newsreader Lee Lin Chin has revealed why she left SBS in 2018.

Her comments come after a number of former SBS staff came forward alleging a toxic culture of racism at the network.

Your Workplace News in 90 Seconds | 27 July 2020 | STV News

STV News – The latest workplace news and workplace relations information in 90 seconds for the week starting 27 July 2020.

Your Workplace News in 90 Seconds | 20 July 2020 | STV News

STV News – The latest workplace news and industrial relations news in 90 seconds for the week starting 20 July 2020.

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