Blackout alert amid energy crisis, Minimum wage decision to be made today | 9 News Australia

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Five states are on high alert with fears of blackouts growing amid an energy crisis on Australia’s east coast that is leaving New South Wales and Queensland reliant on emergency electricity generation. In other news, the Fair Work Commission is set to hand down its verdict today on whether or not the minimum wage will increase as workers continue to struggle by rising inflation.

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