As members will be aware, the Sydney/NSW Trains Critical Incident Response procedure has now been expanded to include all employees of Sydney Trains as a part of the recent EA negotiations. The Loco Division has […] Read More »
The nation’s biggest coalminer, Glencore, says railway owner Aurizon’s threat to cut 20 million tonnes of Queensland coking coal export capacity is already starting to limit shipments of Australia’s second-biggest export and questioned whether Aurizon […] Read More »
The Queensland Competition Authority is playing hardball with Aurizon over a contentious regulatory decision, rejecting a request from the rail group to extend a deadline to explain controversial changes to maintenance practices. Due to copyright […] Read More »
Railtrain Newsflash: Railtrain Management has FINALLY got back to the RTBU regarding your Enterprise Agreement.
After the Consultation Meeting on the 7th of February 2018 Railtrain informed your RTBU Negotiating Team that no decisions could be made around the EA until the Railtrain Executive had met in late February/early March. […] Read More »