According to ABC in Australia, Tribe stood trial in Adelaide Magistrates Court, charged with failing to attend the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) to answer questions about a union meeting at an Adelaide building site in 2008.
The Commission, which was formed by the Howard government to regulate the building industry, investigated unlawful industrial action at the site. (WCxKit)
"We're going to be looking very closely at other cases. We will use this for the future of any dealings with the ABCC and we will make sure, as I said, this is another nail in the coffin of the ABCC," Kearney said.
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