Rank-and-file teachers have launched a ticket to contest the NSW Teachers Federation elections which runs until September 20. Sean Valenzuela and Rachel Evans report.
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The New South Wales Teachers Federation has decided to deepen its stand against the AUKUS military pact. Pip Hinman reports.
The Australian Council of Trade Unions and the NSW Teachers' Federation are concerned about the rise in militarism linked with the AUKUS nuclear submarine deal. Pip Hinman reports.
Public school funding has been on the decline for years. No wonder older, experienced teachers are so angry, writes Sue Bull.
More than 200 floats will be included in this year’s Mardi Gras, which is expected to be one of the biggest yet, but the selection is being questioned. Josh Adams reports.
A delegation of unionists travelled to the Pilliga forest, in Northern NSW, in solidarity with the Gomeroi people resisting Santos' Narrabri coal seam gas mining operation. Jim McIlroy reports.
Driven by greater and greater workloads due to widespread staff shortages, teachers in the underfunded NSW school system are speaking out. Ben Radford reports.
More than 20,000 teachers marched to New South Wales Parliament to demand a pay rise and better teaching conditions. Jim McIlroy reports.
New South Wales public and Catholic school teachers will stage a historic joint 24–hour strike on June 30 over pay, staff shortages and a mounting workload. Jim McIlroy reports.
An estimated 15,000 teachers rallied in Hyde Park and marched to NSW parliament to demand better pay and conditions. Jim McIlroy reports on their second strike in six months.
Tens of thousands of teachers went on strike across New South Wales against staff shortages and for sustainable workloads and better wages. Jim McIlroy reports.
The New South Wales Industrial Relations Commission has given close to half a million public sector workers a slap in the face for their efforts over a very difficult year, reports Jim McIlroy.
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