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Tories, Pokies and Furphies: Tasmania’s state elections in review comment

Now, more than ever, is no time to be politically naïve. Union members need to be informed about what sneaky politicians are really up to. Read More >

Port Augusta mayor calls on Frydenberg to stop NEGging on renewables comment

There are 11 renewable energy projects valued at $5 billion on the go in what's becoming the "renewables capital of Australia". The Turnbull Governments energy policy, such as it is, is putting them at risk.  Read More >

The 'Sparkettes' will be heard at the Women's Conference comment

Australia's 'Sparkettes' are passionate about their trade. And South Australian CEPU Industrial Officer Jess Rogers is working hard to give women a greater say.   Read More >

BoM workers standing firm in dreadful pay dispute storm comment

It has been a long drought for the workers at the Belmont engineering services office of the Australian Bureau of Meteorology in Western Australia. Read More >

ETU backs industry calls for mandatory Electrical Safety Audits comment

MEDIA RELEASE: Friday 27 April, 2018 Read More >

3 questions to ask about your super comment

Think about your super fund for a minute and ask yourself these 3 questions, because not all super funds are the same. Read More >

No bail out for disgraceful Turnbull-backed bosses who bet against apprentices comment

MEDIA RELEASE: Friday 20 April, 2018   Read More >

ETU calls on Turnbull Government to embrace renewables and the winds of change with the NEG comment

MEDIA RELEASE: Wednesday 18 April, 2018 Read More >

12 Days of Action to Change the Rules comment

There’s plenty of hot air from the bosses at the moment about the unions’ push to Change the Rules. Read More >

Sally McManus goes to Canberra to say 'Change the Rules' comment

'Australian unions won pay rises and jobs with rights, and the rules that made sure wealth was shared': ACTU Secretary Sally McManus stood up and told the bosses why we need to Change the Rules.    Read More >

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