TWU

  • Media Release

    Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal Too Important to Lose

    May 21

    The Road Safety and Remuneration Tribunal (RSRT) must be given the time it needs to make Australian roads safer and not be rolled by vested interests determined to push truckies to the brink and beyond, according to the Transport Workers’ Union (TWU).

  • Media Release

    Union Movement Must Lead on Australian Values

    May 20

    Unions need to take the intellectual lead in spelling out a vision for the future of Australia, according to Transport Workers’ Union (TWU) National Secretary Tony Sheldon.

    TWU MEDIA RELEASE

  • Media Release

    Union Movement Must Lead on Australian Values

    May 20

    I acknowledge that we are meeting on Larrakia Country. We pay our respects to all Larrakia people both past and present.

    Speech by National Secretary Tony Sheldon to the TWU National Council, Sky City, Darwin

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  • Media Release

    2013 TWU National Council

    May 10

    TWU National Council To Focus On the Right To A Decent Job
    May 20th - 23rd, at Sky City, Darwin

  • Media Release

    Coalition IR Policy A U-turn on Road Safety

    May 09

    Plans announced by the Coalition to review the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal in the event of winning September’s Federal election ignore all of the evidence collected over twenty years showing a direct relationship between pay and conditions for truck drivers and road safety, said Tony Sheldon, National Secretary of the Transport Workers’ Union.

  • Media Release

    TWU Truckies At Toll Target Better Safety and Fair Wage Increases in New EBA

    April 16

    Better safety and training, improvements in pay and superannuation and a fair deal for subcontractors are on the agenda today as thousands of Transport Workers’ Union (TWU) members at the Toll Group begin negotiations for a new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement (EBA), commented TWU National Secretary Tony Sheldon.