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Central Coast Community Union Alliance Launches Online Scorecard

The Central Coast Community Union Alliance has launched an online scorecard to directly ask the community how they would rate the current state Government.

NSW unions back striking Sydney Uni workers

Striking workers at Sydney University have the full support of the State’s 600,000 strong trade union movement, Unions NSW said today.

New Market Leading 3-Year Fixed Rate

Unions NSW launches Parramatta campaign hub

Japanese trade unionists share their experiences with workers in Sydney west  

Peak Consultative Meeting

Rail Unions

ME Bank’s Lowest Ever Home Loan Rate Just Got Lower

Following on from our ‘lowest ever home loan rate’ campaign in September 2012, I’m pleased to let you know that ME Bank has today slashed its 1-year fixed rate to 4.99% p.a. (comparison rate 5.62% p.a.*) for its Super Member Home Loan (SHML) Standard Home Loan with a Member Package....

Hundreds of road maintenance workers to have their jobs outsourced

The State Government’s lack of respect for public sector workers is clearer than ever, with today’s revelation that road maintenance work will be outsourced and the public sector banned from tendering for the work.

Maroubra fire highlights danger of O’Farrell’s fire station closures

A car fire posed a dangerous threat to public safety in Maroubra yesterday, thanks to the O’Farrell Government’s budget cuts and irresponsible policy of closing fire stations.

Unions seek answers from Nike Australia on reported human rights abuses

Unions NSW has written to the CEO of Nike Australia, requesting urgent answers about the company’s Indonesian labour practices, following disturbing reports on ABC Radio this morning.  

Federal opposition must clarify position on IR

Australia’s workers need and deserve clarity on the federal oppositions industrial relations agenda as a matter of urgency, according to the peak trade union body in NSW.  
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