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    ABC News Coverage - Qantas profits welcomed by Union - February 17, 2011

    February 17

    The Transport Workers Union has congratulated the 35,000 employees of Qantas for a four-fold increase in profits for the Australian icon, and called for future growth of the company to be Australian based. Read the release here: http://www.twu.com.au/home/media/qantas-profits-welcomed-by-union/

  • Media Release

    Qantas profits welcomed by Union

    February 17

    The Transport Workers Union has congratulated the 35,000 employees of Qantas for a four-fold increase in profits for the Australian icon, and called for future growth of the company to be Australian based.

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    Trucks hit picketers, says union

    February 17

    Two men and a woman suffered minor injuries when a 4½-tonne truck and a prime mover were driven through a picket line of striking TNT truck drivers in Sydney's inner west yesterday, their union says.

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    Violence aimed at drivers for TNT strike

    February 16

    The Transport Workers Union has condemned the actions of TNT contractors, who ran their trucks into protesters and cars at a community protest at TNT’s major eastern seaboard site at Enfield site this morning.

  • Media Release

    TNT faces 24-hour strike from drivers/TOLL ballot extended.

    February 16

    More than 1500 drivers at international transport operator, TNT, will stop work for 24 hours today across the country as the workforce continues to bargain for improved wages, conditions and protections at the company.

  • News

    TNT facing strike over super

    February 11

    TNT Express will be hit by a 24-hour national strike next week, as the Transport Workers Union attempts to pressure the company into paying extra superannuation and higher wages for contractors.