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Union claims bus drivers unaware free-ride action breached order

The RTBU says public bus drivers across Sydney who today wore mufti and refused to collect fares to protest privatisation plans were unaware of a NSW IRC order overnight demanding that it direct members not to engage in any form of industrial action.


CFMEU NSW leader intended to coerce Lend Lease, workers: Court

The Federal Court has found CFMEU construction and general division NSW branch secretary Brian Parker intended to coerce construction giant Lend Lease to reinstate a delegate when he organised for 700 workers to walk off the major Barangaroo South job three years ago.


Tribunal orders end to anti-privatisation bus strike

Striking Sydney public bus drivers are rallying at NSW Parliament this morning despite the State's IRC demanding that the RTBU call off the industrial action until at least August and immediately notify members of the consequences of staying out.



Commission terminates Loy Yang industrial action

The FWC has today acceded to the Victorian Government's application to terminate next week's protected industrial action at the AGL Loy Yang power station and coal mine in the Latrobe Valley.