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Update: PN NSW Enterprise Agreement

Feb 23, 2017News

Delegates and RTBU Officials again met with PN management on Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th February. Read the full News Flash here. Read More »

ATP Testing, Gosford to Wyong

Feb 22, 2017News

The RTBULD are continuing to be consulted and involved in the ATP Project as it moves forward with testing, trialling and the fitment of hardware. During March 2017 to June 2017 testing will be conducted […] Read More »

Secretary’s wrap

Feb 17, 2017News

Recently we were delighted to hear the news that the Fair Work Commission has ruled in favour of the seven Loco Division members who were made forcibly redundant by PN in July 2015. The FWC […] Read More »

Spotted: A Valentine’s Day message for Malcolm

Feb 17, 2017News

Spotted in a Victorian newspaper over the weekend… Read More »

Bankstown line to close for up to six months

Feb 17, 2017News

The Bankstown train line in Sydney’s west will be closed for between three and six months to allow it to be converted to carry single-deck metro carriages, the Sydney Morning Herald reports. Read more. Read More »

Shift length breaches and your safety

Feb 17, 2017News

Over recent weeks there has been a marked increase of reports of Train Crew breaching their shift limits and Rail Safety Legislation Limits. Read the Newsflash here. Read More »

Management changes at NSW Trains

Feb 16, 2017News

Rob Mason will be stepping down from the role of NSW TrainLink Chief Executive. Sydney Trains’ Howard Collins will take on the additional role of Acting Chief Executive for NSW Trainlink. Pete Allaway, the Executive […] Read More »

Former RailCorp boss could be next Qld Rail CEO

Feb 16, 2017News

The new Queensland Rail chief executive officer is set to be announced this week and former RailCorp chief operating officer Andy Byford looks likely to win the job. Read more in the Brisbane Times.   Read More »

PN drivers win appeal

Feb 16, 2017News

After a long hard fight the seven locomotive drivers represented by the RTBU NSW Locomotive Division have won an appeal against Pacific National (PN) after being made forcibly redundant in July 2015. Read the Newsflash […] Read More »

‘Things are not OK’ for Albury rail line

Feb 14, 2017News

Ongoing problems with the Australian Rail Track Corporation’s treatment of the Albury rail line are set to be challenged in Federal Parliament on Monday. Indi MP Cathy McGowan has planned to put forward a motion for […] Read More »

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