Local government election in Tweed will be on Saturday 29 October (New election date follows death of a candidate )
Voters in Tweed will go to the polls for the local government election on Saturday 29 October 2016. A new date had to be chosen after the previous election - scheduled for 10 September - failed following the death of candidate Ken Nicholson last Friday.
In 2015 the USU publicly raised the deplorable way Liverpool City Council dealt with asbestos related issues. Only after Councillors became involved were senior council officers forced into acting.
Georges River Council is set to be the first amalgamated council to see the inside of the State Industrial Relations Commission after tensions boiled over at a stop work meeting on Tuesday morning.
The impact on ordinary Australians of privatising essential public assets and services will be examined in a People’s Inquiry launched today by the global union Public Services International (PSI), of which the ASU is an affiliate.
Power industry unions are urging NSW Premier Mike Baird to formally terminate the proposed sale of Australia’s largest electricity network business, Ausgrid, after Treasurer Scott Morrison identified serious national security risks posed by both bidders.
- Liverpool Council under fire over refusal to release forensic audit into multi-million dollar contract
- Transgrid EBA survey
- Maurice Blackburn Members: THE UNION RECOMMENDS YOU VOTE BEFORE THIS THURSDAY!
- SMH: My time in a wheelchair has opened my eyes to the challenges
- CoS Award 2017 SURVEY
- Local Government Award: CHANGES TO LONG SERVICE LEAVE AND SUPERANNUATION
- SMH: Fred Nile demands no forced redundancies clause in poles and wires sale contracts
- Local issues, global solidarity
- Bob Katter blasts NSW Liberals over Ausgrid sale
- USU joins the fight against Asbestos at Ausgrid