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Clarence Valley Community were right on their campaign to save Grafton Gaol

The report from a Parliamentary inquiry into the downsizing of Correctional Centres including Grafton Gaol was released today. It is almost one year to the day that the whole of the Clarence Valley Community rallied to save their gaol and the 108 jobs announced to be axed.

Unions NSW submission to Paid Parental Leave review calls for ‘third-way’ model

In its submission to the Federal Government’s review of Paid Parental Leave, Unions NSW is calling for a paid parental leave model that varies from both the Federal Government and Federal Opposition schemes.

Unions NSW lifts suspension of Health Services Union following independent governance review

A full meeting of Unions NSW — the State’s peak trade union body — tonight voted unanimously to lift the suspension of the NSW Branch of the Health Services Union following an independent review into governance policies and procedures.

Bunzl workers forced to strike for first time

Support Mark Lennon and St Vinnies for the CEO Winter Sleepout 2013

Your bank statements can be a rich source of information at tax time

Bank account statements can dish up some very helpful details when it comes to completing your annual tax return.

Had a work related injury or illness? We want to hear from you!

Do you have a work-related injury or illness or were you injured, travelling to or from work? Or are you a family member or workmate of someone who has had such an ordeal?

Abbott’s disregard for retirement savings

The Coalition’s disregard for the retirement security of working Australians was on display in last night’s budget reply speech.

Abbott’s IR policy an attack on Australian workers

Unions NSW has slammed Tony Abbott’s new industrial relations policy as a cynical attempt to diminish the wages and conditions of working people by undermining the organisations that represent them: trade unions.

Unions warn about penalty rates as thousands mark May Day

Unions warn about penalty rates as thousands mark May Day
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