• News

    Orica Strike Over Potential $10,000 Pay Cut

    December 16

    Operations at more than 20 Hunter mines were at a standstill on Tuesday afternoon as essential workers downed tools to strike against cuts to pay and conditions.
    Newcastle Herald, by Peta Doherty, 16 December 2014

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    TWU Garbos Build Power To Make A Stand

    December 15

    TWU Garbos are building union power and gathering support from the community to tell waste contractor JJ Richards they will not let their pay and conditions be trashed.
    TWU QLD News, 15 December 2014

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    TWU NSW Member Wins Landmark Health and Safety Ruling

    December 11

    NSW Transport Workers’ Union secretary-elect Michael Aird hailed a landmark legal ruling, allowing a TWU member the right to choose his own Health and Safety Representative training provider, as a major step towards safer workplaces in NSW.
    TWU NSW MEDIA RELEASE, 11 December 2014

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    TWU and Transdev Get on Board White Ribbon Campaign

    November 25

    The Transport Workers’ Union of NSW and leading public transport operator Transdev have come together to support the White Ribbon campaign, launching a bus emblazoned with the message that violence against women is never ok.
    TWU NSW MEDIA RELEASE, 25 November 2014

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    Transcript: New Effort To Give Truck Drivers Healthier Choices On The Road

    November 05

    MARK COLVIN: West Australian diabetes researchers are teaming up with the trucking industry, in an attempt to overhaul roadhouse and truckstop food.
    ABC PM, by Anna Vidot, 5 November 2014

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    Top Jobs Retained As 2035 Vision Comes To Life

    October 16

    It is with great satisfaction that I announce that the TWU of NSW leadership team, led by Michael Aird and Richard Olsen, was unopposed at the close of nominations at last week’s quadrennial election.
    Letter from TWU NSW State Secretary Wayne Forno, 16 October 2014