TWU

  • News

    Hanson Reinstates Owner-drivers

    June 21

    We celebrated a victory last week when we reached an interim agreement with concrete company Hanson, with the assistance of the NSW Industrial Relations Commission (NSWIRC), when the company agreed to reinstate around 130 owner-drivers who had been made redundant the week before.

    Big Rigs

  • News

    Truck Drivers Turfed Out as Concrete Firm Restructures

    June 12

    More than 100 concrete truck drivers around the state will soon be made redundant, after concrete company Hanson announced a restructuring of its concrete cartage business in NSW.

    Daily Telegraph

  • News

    Employers Aboard On Safety Call

    June 07

    Truck drivers and their employers presented a united front at the TWU National Council in Darwin recently in calls for greater focus on road safety in the supply chain.

    Big Rigs

  • News

    Cage Rural Overpasses: Union Call

    June 05

    The Transport Workers' Union says motorists in the bush deserve the same protections from potentially deadly rock throwers as in the major cities.

    ABC News

  • News

    Queensland Plan to Review Speed Limits Runs into TWU Opposition

    June 04

    A planned Queensland Government review that may lead to increases to speed limits across the State has run into opposition from the Transport Workers Union (TWU).

    Australasian Transport News

  • News

    TWU Port Waratah Coal Services workers to Strike

    May 28

    More than 200 Port Waratah Coal Services workers will strike for 24 hours from noon on Wednesday, 29 May 2013.