Qantas (QF) has warned the three unions at the center of the airline’s industrial turmoil to accept the shareholders’ vote at Friday’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) and stop trashing the airline. Police, guard dogs and metal detectors will be used to protect executives who have received death threats for what is expected to be a highly charged AGM at the University of New South Wales (NSW). NSW police fear the AGM will be a target for the so-called anti-greed movement ...

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