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Aurizon threatens job loss

Oct 16, 2015National Union News

Aurizon is threatening to cut around 800 jobs over the next three years as it seeks to slash over $350 million over the next three years. The 800 jobs would be on top of the […] Read More »

John Holland intrastate discussions

The Loco Division has been in talks with John Holland recently about the company’s Intrastate Operations. Read More »

Transport NOW – July edition

Jul 14, 2015National Union News

The latest edition of the RTBU’s national policy newsletter, Transport NOW, is out now. Read More »

Banning thugs on our public transport a good idea

Jul 13, 2015National Union

Shadow Transport Minister Ryan Park is advocating for legislation which would ban thugs who commit serious offences on our transport networks from using these services. Read More »

Transport NOW

Dec 11, 2014National Union News

The December edition of the RTBU National Office’s policy newsletter, Transport NOW is now available.  Read More »

Transport NOW, out now

Aug 6, 2014National Union News

The latest edition of the RTBU National Office’s policy newsletter, Transport NOW, has just been released. Read More »

Pt Augusta farewells top drivers

Jun 24, 2014National Union News

A special message from the Pt August branch which is farewelling five of its drivers: Read More »

RTBU seeks urgent clarification over Pacific National job losses

Jun 20, 2014National Union News

The RTBU is extremely concerned about reports that Pacific National’s parent company Asciano plans to reduce its total workforce by 500 positions.  Read More »

Transport Now – Budget wrap

May 20, 2014National Union News

The latest edition of Transport NOW – the RTBU’s monthly national policy newsletter – has just been released. Read More »

Cook rest house legionnaires results

May 20, 2013National Union

Recently a ban had to be placed on showering at the Cook Rest House in South Australia after water samples from the area returned positive for elevated legionnaires bacteria. Read More »

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