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Published: 12 April 2016 5:41pm
The AWU has teamed up with Arrium’s bankers to replace the administrators of the distressed steelmaker with Korda Mentha.
Published: 07 March 2016 3:27pm
The CFMEU faces a legal bill of about $4 million from the Heydon Royal Commission according to CFMEU national secretary Michael O'Connor.
Published: 03 March 2016 4:26pm
The leaders of Australia's key transport unions are open to discussions on closer ties, while stressing that no merger talks have started.
Published: 01 March 2016 3:51pm
The MEAA's federal council has approved a rule change to create a new low-cost "associate membership" category that will enable members of the public to support its campaigns.
Published: 29 February 2016 6:50pm
The MUA’s national conference has late today endorsed a merger with the CFMEU, opening the way for the plan to be put to a plebiscite of maritime union members.
Published: 29 February 2016 11:25am
MUA national secretary Paddy Crumlin has talked up the need for his union to merge with the CFMEU, arguing that economies of scale will deliver better services for members.
Published: 19 February 2016 2:43pm
The AMWU and United Voice are discussing a merger that would create a powerful left-wing force within the broader labour movement and the ALP.
Published: 11 February 2016 9:01am
Unions are considering a push into new areas, offering online campaigning and basic services that would cost workers $1 to $2 a week, under a radical plan to rebuild membership density.
Published: 05 February 2016 4:18pm
ACTU secretary Dave Oliver says unions need to adopt "radical thinking" when it comes to union mergers and alternative membership models, citing his AFL club's "seven different types of membership" as one potential template.
Published: 28 January 2016 11:53am
The AMWU is experiencing membership losses that threaten its future, according to a confidential review of the union led by former ACTU secretary Greg Combet.