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Hobart needs a champion: who will step up?

Hobart is one of the world’s most beautiful small cities. There are few places anywhere that can match Hobart’s stunning trifecta of mountain, harbour and heritage.


 

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What's your plan for public transport?

The RTBU has called on the major parties to release their public transport policies for the upcoming Tasmanian state election.


 

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Transport NOW April 2021

Download the latest edition of the RTBU's quarterly national member newsletter, Transport NOW, right here!


 

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Workers stop the bus

Scott Morrison’s so-called Industrial Relations Omnibus bill has fallen apart, after five of the six elements of the bill were rejected by the Senate.


 

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Follow that train of thought. There’s more to say after R U OK?

Most of us spend a lot of time worrying about our physical health, but sadly we often tend to neglect our personal mental health.


 

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Bardo steps off the footplate after a lifetime of advocacy

After 40 years as a unionist, Allan ‘Bardo’ Barden is hanging up his boots and moving on to the next chapter of his life.


 

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Freight Delegates urge pollies to Keep Freight on Aussie Trains

The RTBU’s Keep Freight on Aussie Trains campaign moved up a gear during March, with a group of Workplace Delegates from across the country meeting with Federal politicians in Canberra.


 

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RTBU joins rally to demand better tram access

The Victorian Branch has vowed to ramp up its campaign for better disability access to Melbourne trams if funding for essential changes is not forthcoming in this year’s Victorian state budget.


 

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RTBU puts unsafe train plan back in the siding

NSW rail workers have chalked up a major victory in their fight over inadequate staffing and major safety issues of the Berejiklian Government's trouble-plagued New Intercity Fleet (NIF) trains.


 

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WA election puts rail front and centre

The newly re-elected McGowan Government in Western Australia is pushing ahead with plans to reopen up to 300km of Tier 3 rail lines.


 

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