TWU

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    TV Reports: Prosegur has threatened to lock out employees

    December 13

    Half of all ATMs in South Australia and the Northern Territory could dry up because of an on-going pay dispute, the Transport Workers Union has warned. Armoured delivery company Prosegur has threatened to lock out employees if protected industrial action by the union proceeds. TWU SA/NT Branch Secretary Ian Smith labelled the move a "bully-bully tactic".

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    NO CASH FOR CHRISTMAS: PROSEGUR TO LOCK-OUT WORKFORCE

    December 12

    TWU SA/NT BRANCH MEDIA RELEASE, 12 December 2017
     
    Christmas shoppers can expect no cash at ATMs from Thursday when Prosegur will begin locking out its drivers, over the company’s insistence on cutting penalty rates for Saturdays.

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    Tip Top drivers being 'worked to death' as families call for greater responsibility

    December 06

    ABC 7.30 Report, by Elise Worthington and Alex McDonald, 5 December 2017
     
    Barry Swann returned to Tip Top's western Sydney depot in April 2009 after a long night delivering bread to stores and supermarkets in the city's outer suburbs.

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    Tip Top trucks deemed defective after inspections reveal safety issues

    December 04

    ABC News, by Elise Worthington and Alex McDonald, 1 December
     
    All Tip Top-owned bread delivery trucks at its western Sydney depot have been issued with defect notices after an inspection by road safety authorities.

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    TV Reports: Truck Drivers Protests at ALDI Stores

    November 16

    Truck drivers have staged simultaneous protests at Aldi stores around the country to demand safer working conditions. Please find the TV reports as follows:

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    COURT RULING SHOWS UBER EATS, DELIVEROO & FOODORA MUST STOP WAGE THEFT, SAYS TWU

    November 14

    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 14 November 2017
     
    The Transport Workers’ Union has demanded that Uber Eats, Deliveroo and Foodora pay their workers correct rates and give them the protections they are entitled to. The call follows fines of $72,000 by the Federal Circuit Court against two Melbourne companies over sham contracting and chronic underpayment of a bike courier.