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Spotlight on Liberal candidate for Chifley Isabelle White as Blacktown Council votes on future of Mt Druitt Pool

Local union members will be joining with concerned residents and community groups to hold a ‘pool party’ protest outside the Blacktown Council Chambers this afternoon ahead of a vital vote on the future of the community facility.  

Every worker in NSW should be afraid of Coalition plans to control their wages

Workers in New South Wales should be alarmed by the Federal Opposition’s frank admission that an Abbott Government would actively oversee pay rises for Australian workers and intervene if they thought them too high, according to Unions NSW.

NSW unions launch campaign message on Central Coast: Abbott will use O’Farrell’s playbook

Unions have launched their campaign message on the Central Coast today, warning that Barry O’Farrell surprise attacks on workers following the 2011 state election will be Tony Abbott’s template should he win the federal election.

Tony Abbott is singing off Barry O’Farrell’s song sheet

Workers in New South Wales could be forgiven for feeling a pretty unsettling sense of déjà vu at the moment.

St George Community Unions Meet the Candidate Forum

Don’t Be Fooled This Election!

Don’t be fooled. There is too much at stake!

New video: Barry’s surprise attack on workers will be Tony’s template

Unions NSW has today launched a new video which aims to drive home the message that Barry O’Farrell’s surprise attacks on workers after the 2011 election will be the model Tony Abbott adopts should he become Prime Minister.

Baird must not punish workers for their deserved super increase

Unions NSW has condemned Treasurer Mike Baird for threatening to punish public sector workers when his attempt to strip them of a 0.25 per cent to their superannuation was rejected by Parliament today.

Unions NSW federal election update

Unions NSW has released a video of secretary Mark Lennon discussing the key issues for working people in the upcoming federal election. View it here:  

Jobs boost from a Western Sydney Airport

A report into the economics of a western Sydney airport released today shows that it could generate more than 28,000 jobs in Western Sydney by 2050. 
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