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Two million men and women who believe

RTBU National Secretary Bob Nanva's address the RTBU National Council Dinner in Sydney.

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The politics of building better cities

Address to the RTBU National Council 2015 by Hon Anthony Albanese MP, Shadow Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Shadow Minister for Cities, Shadow Minister for Tourism.

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Power of Union: Keeping the RTBU Strong


RTBU National Secretary Bob Nanva's address the 2015 RTBU National Council.

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New PM told to put his money where his selfie stick is

Investment in public transport is set to become a key Federal election issue following the launch of the Rail, Tram and Bus Union’s Fix My Ride campaign.

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Asciano takeover highlights "dog's breakfast" in rail access

The Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU) has called on the Federal Government to fix the “dog’s breakfast” of rail access regimes that differ across States before allowing any further company mergers in the sector, including the proposed takeover of Asciano by Brookfield Infrastructure.

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Senators urged to reject job-destroying shipping bill

The Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU) today urged Senate cross-benchers to reject the Turnbull Government’s job destroying coastal shipping reform bill.

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Public transport projects would stimulate jobs bonanza

Investment in urban public transport infrastructure projects would give the Australian economy the stimulus it desperately needs, according to the Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU).

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NSW: Thank you & farewell to Gary Way

Sadly, NSW Bus & Tram Divisional President, and National Assistant Secretary (Tram & Bus) Gary Way will be leaving the RTBU in early October.

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QLD: Taskforce formed to find justice for exploited indigenous workers

A new Taskforce has been formed to find a fair outcome for indigenous workers who were exploited by Queensland government authorities for decades.

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A New PM in the Lodge - but has anything changed?

A tumultuous week in Australia politics has seen a Prime Minister dumped, a new one sworn in, and a shake-up in the Federal Cabinet.

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