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Perrottet is poking a hornet's nest


NSW Premier Domenic Perrottet is poking a hornet's nest by trying to bankrupt the RTBU.  His tactics will only make us stronger and more determined.


 

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Transport NOW October 2022

The October 2022 edition of the RTBU's quarterly national member magazine, Transport NOW, is out now!

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EA terminations loophole to be closed

Workplace Relations Minister Tony Burke MP will end the unfair termination of Enterprise Agreements – delivering a victory for common sense, and taking an important step towards a more civilised and productive enterprise bargaining system.


 

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Summit must terminate Perrottet’s industrial strategy

RTBU National Secretary Mark Diamond will use today's Jobs and Skills Summit to demand an end to the practice of employers threatening to terminate industrial agreements in order to drive down the wages and conditions of their employees.

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Transport NOW July 2022

The July 2022 edition of the RTBU's quarterly national member magazine, Transport NOW, is out!

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Perrottet must stop the 'snakes & ladders' games and let rail workers get on with their jobs

Responsibility for the continuing industrial action on the NSW passenger rail network lies purely with Premier Dominic Perrottet.


 

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NSW Government concedes on NIF safety

The NSW Government has again agreed to fix the safety issues with the New Intercity Fleet, however all planned protected industrial action is still going ahead until further notice.


 

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Bringing South Australia's passenger trains and trams back into public hands

The State Government’s decision to proceed directly to negotiations over a hand-back with the private operators of Adelaide’s passenger trains and tram services should help expedite the process, and bring the return of trains and trams to public hands one step closer.


 

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What the Federal election result means for you

The Federal election has been run and won, with Labor securing at least 74 seats in the new Parliament.


 

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Vote for candidates who support transport workers

Federal election day has finally arrived, and by tomorrow night we should know who will be our forming our next Federal Government.


 

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