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Anti-penalty rates campaign flops

Anti-penalty rates campaign flops

Apr 2, 2015

The business lobby is trying to get shops to put anti-penalty rates campaign posters in their windows over Easter – but so far their campaign isn’t going very well. Read More »

NSW gets new Transport Minister

NSW gets new Transport Minister

Apr 1, 2015

Former Treasurer, Andrew Constance, has been announced as the state’s new Minister for Transport and Infrastructure. Read More »

Bosses want to rob you of your rights – again

Bosses want to rob you of your rights – again

Mar 20, 2015

Submissions to the Productivity Commission Workplace Relations Review have been filtering in over the past days. Read More »

Secretary’s wrap

Secretary’s wrap

Mar 20, 2015

With a week to go until the NSW Election, things are really heating up in state politics. The RTBU has created a score card for the current Baird Government, highlighting the impact its policies have […] Read More »

NSW Liberal transport scorecard

NSW Liberal transport scorecard

Mar 20, 2015

What has the Baird Government delivered for transport workers over the past four years? Quite a lot actually, but very little of it is good. Read More »

Put Wednesday 4 March in your diary

Put Wednesday 4 March in your diary

Feb 13, 2015

Wednesday 4 March is going to be big. Workers are holding a National Day of Action to show the Coalition government exactly what we want from our leaders. Read More »

Review puts penalty rates, minimum wage, unfair dismissal at risk

Review puts penalty rates, minimum wage, unfair dismissal at risk

Jan 23, 2015

The minimum wage, penalty rates, unfair dismissal, and a range of other workplace conditions will be put under the microscope this year, with the Productivity Commission yesterday revealing it is conducting a large-scale review of […] Read More »

Drivers thank grandmother of the Indian Pacific

Drivers thank grandmother of the Indian Pacific

Nov 21, 2014

When the Indian Pacific headed off on its maiden voyage in 1970, Kathleen stood on the platform waving the Australian flag to her father who was making the special journey. It was the beginning of […] Read More »

Cost-cutting, privatisation: sharing experiences for stronger unions

Cost-cutting, privatisation: sharing experiences for stronger unions

Oct 30, 2014

The Loco Division has shared experiences with representatives of the two British rail unions which represent British Train Drivers, about the challenges of dealing with hostile conservative governments, privatisation and cost-cutting. Mick Whelan and David Calfe […] Read More »

SSR: wage freeze threat

SSR: wage freeze threat

Oct 30, 2014

The Loco Division is not supporting a proposed wage freeze being put to members by freight company SSR. The company has told the union they will proceed with a vote for a wage freeze along with a […] Read More »

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