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NSW Parliament begins inquiry into allegations of bullying in WorkCover NSW.

The NSW Parliament has begun an Inquiry into allegations of bullying in WorkCover NSW. The Inquiry is currently taking submissions, which close on 23 August 2013.  

Power station ‘fire sale’ a bad deal for NSW taxpayers

Unions have criticised today’s announcement of the sale of power generator Eraring Energy as a “fire sale” that fails to realise the true value of the asset for NSW taxpayers

NSW Government rejects the umpire’s call on public sector superannuation

In an appalling lack of good faith, the NSW Government has overturned the independent umpire’s decision by directly setting public sector wages by Government dictate.

One year on, the human toll of workers comp changes revealed

One year on, the human toll of workers comp changes revealed.

Unions win superannuation battle for more than 300,000 public sector workers

Unions win superannuation battle for more than 300,000 public sector workers 

Wise up and watch out – Workers Comp

Unions win superannuation battle for more than 300,000 public sector workers.

Fair Go for Workers Comp

Workers Compensation Report – One Year On

Workers Compensation Report – One Year On outlines the findings of the Unions NSW online survey on Workers Compensation.

Budget 2013: sell offs, job losses and fewer services

Unions NSW has rejected the State Government’s attempt to sugarcoat it’s 2013-14 budget, warning that it continues to create a deep social deficit that will need to be addressed by future generations.

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.
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