TWU

  • Video

    Malcolm Turnbull Exposed

    June 01

    Malcolm Turnbull said in a live debate that 50,000 truck drivers were put out of business because of a Safe Rates Order. This simply didn't happen. But what did happen is that requirements for drivers to be paid within 30 days, protection for drivers raising safety concerns and safe driving plans were scrapped along with safe minimum rates. Think Mr Turnbull understands truckies? Think again. Authorised by Tony Sheldon, TWU National Secretary, 388-390 Sussex St, Sydney, NSW 2000

  • News

    AIRPORT SAFETY & SECURITY AT RISK BECAUSE OF POOR WORKING CONDITIONS, REPORT SHOWS

    May 31

    TWU Media Release May 31, 2016

    Australian airport employees will this week join workers across the world to protest low wages and insecure work as a report shows poor working conditions are affecting safety and security in air transport.

     

  • News

    TURNBULL LIES ON TRUCKIE ISSUE DURING DEBATE

    May 30

    TWU Media Release May 30, 2016

    Malcolm Turnbull has lied during a live televised debate with Bill Shorten saying “50,000 owner drivers went out of business” because of a Safe Rates Order which was in operation for just two weeks.

  • News

    Truckies Tell Us What It's Like Driving In Victoria

    May 28

    Herald Sun, by Patrick Carlyon, 28 May 2016
     
    The melbourne skyline is lost to the hazy grey of the early winter. Visibility amounts to the blur and smudge of tail-lights ahead.

  • News

    The business deal that could drive up prices and endanger truckies' lives

    May 27

    The potential acquisition of Asciano could have disastrous consequences for both consumers and truck drivers, writes TWU national secretary Tony Sheldon.

    Tony Sheldon | Crikey

  • Media Release

    Transport Workers' Union Supports Farmers' Call For Price Support & Assistance

    May 25

    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 25 May 2016
      
    The Transport Workers’ Union is supporting farmers’ demands for price support and financial assistance as they struggle with low milk prices.