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Leadership rival gains access to union membership list

A candidate seeking to run a team against the current international flight attendants union leadership will be given a copy of the union's membership contact details if she agrees to undertakings, an FWC full bench has ruled.

NSW union leader Mark Lennon set to step down

Unions NSW secretary Mark Lennon is set to announce that he is stepping down, opening the way for generational change at a key peak union body.

FAAA's reunification ready for takeoff

The Flight Attendants' Association has moved a step closer to re-uniting its two divisions, despite the continued opposition of some disaffected long-haul members.

Unions plan national weekend door-knock on penalty rates

The ACTU is seeking to build opposition to cutting weekend penalty rates through a mass door-knock in marginal seats across Australia in mid-September, while employer associations are pushing crossbench senators to back the Government's bill to re-establish the ABCC.

Connolly new ACTU assistant secretary

The ACTU's executive has unanimously elected TWU official Scott Connolly to fill the casual assistant secretary vacancy left when Tim Lyons resigned.

Lyons drops challenge to Oliver

ACTU assistant secretary Tim Lyons has dropped his challenge to Dave Oliver for leadership of Australia's peak union body.

Lyons breaks silence on leadership tilt

Confirming this afternoon that he will run against ACTU secretary Dave Oliver at the peak body's May Congress, assistant secretary Tim Lyons said that unions needed to stop defining themselves by what they opposed and become the champion of the nation's working people.