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NSW Government under fire over workers compensation

Recently an injured worker, who had been assessed as having a whole person impairment of 28% was faced with not being able to claim for any ongoing medical expenses as part of the NSW LNP’s June 2012 workers compensation reforms. Read More

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O’Farrell Govt to snatch medical support from 60,000 injured workers at midnight, thousands tricked out of surgery with cruel pre-Xmas window

60,000 injured workers in NSW will have their medical benefits snatched from them at midnight, a decision Unions NSW has described as cruel and heartless.

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High Court rules against NSW Government’s electoral donation laws after union challenge

The High Court has upheld a union challenge to the New South Wales Government’s electoral donation laws.

Unions NSW challenge to O’Farrell electoral laws succeeds

The High Court has today upheld Unions NSW challenge to the O’Farrell Government’s electoral donation laws, accepting that the laws hindered the freedom of political communication implied in the Commonwealth constitution.

Jobs action plan needed from O’Farrell Government

The Premier and Treasurer must urgently commit to a jobs action plan by bringing forward infrastructure construction, purchasing from local businesses and building an international airport at Badgerys Creek, to stop the loss of 20,000 jobs across the State.

Unions concerned Baird is lining up another round of cuts

 The State’s trade unions have warned the Treasurer against engaging in another round of job cuts, warning that the public sector has already been cut to the bone.

University of Technology Suspends Union Rep – Rally on Monday 16 Dec at 8am

Simon Wade, who has been an IT worker at UTS for 16 years, was suspended on Tuesday for “serious misconduct”, which is the latest in the harassment from management he’s been dealt since less than a year ago when he was elected branch president and has been on the enterprise...
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