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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull inspecting the relief effort for Tropical Cyclone Debbie at the Crisis Coordination Centre in Canberra, Wednesday, March 29, 2017. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas)

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull inspecting the relief effort for Tropical Cyclone Debbie at the Crisis Coordination Centre in Canberra, Wednesday, March 29, 2017. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas)

FED: PM, Labor to Let Umpire Decide on Min Wage

Thu 30 Mar 2017

The Australian Industry Group is arguing for a modest wage increase of 1.5 per cent as unions prepare to push for a $45 lift in the minimum wage.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says the government will leave the Fair Work Commission to make its own independent decision on raising the minimum wage.

Australia's peak trade union body the ACTU announced yesterday it'll push for the $45 a week rise, while Labor says only that it supports a strong and appropriate minimum wage, particularly after Sunday penalty rates were cut for low-paid workers in retail and hospitality.

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