TWU

  • Media Release

    Beaches Tanker Tradedy: Govt Must Put Aussie Lives Before Corporate Greed

    October 04


    As the Northern Beaches is hit by a fatal truck accident in Mona Vale, the Transport Workers Union of New South Wales has called on the Federal Government to put Aussie lives on the road ahead of the greed of multinational giants and strengthen safety standards in the trucking industry.

    TWU NSW MEDIA RELEASE, 4 October 2013

  • Media Release

    Darwin Bus Drivers to Collect Support, Not Fares

    October 03

    Darwin Bus Services drivers have thanked the Territory community for their huge support in the ongoing dispute with the NT government as industrial action continues tomorrow.

    Earlier this afternoon, drivers voted not to collect fares from the public and not to wear uniforms tomorrow, Thursday, 3 October. This latest industrial action follows on from Monday’s 24 hour stoppage, which received widespread community support.

    TWU SA/NT PRESS RELEASE

  • News

    TWUSUPER Super News September 2013

    September 30

    TWUSUPER Employer Super Toolbox

    Super is changing and TWUSUPER’s online Employer Super Toolbox is keeping you up to date.

  • News

    TWU Address Toowoomba's 'Second-Class' Drivers

    September 25

    Transport Workers’ Union QLD Branch Assistant Branch Secretary Scott Connolly will continue to address Toowoomba members in workplaces tomorrow before meeting up with the Friends of the Toowoomba Range over issues affecting the local residents, motorists and transport workers.

    TWU QLD Branch Media Release, 25 September 2013

  • Media Release

    Hanson Denies Contract Extension Because of Union Activism - Court Proceedings Filed

    September 17

    A proud union member and concrete Owner Driver has been denied an extension of his contact by international construction materials company Hanson, because of his union affiliation and activism.

  • News

    Barnetts Drivers Stand Firm against Company Attacks

    September 12

    Barnetts Couriers staged an urgent stop work meeting last Tuesday, in protest of bullying tactics undertaken by the company.

    TWU NSW News, 12 September 2013