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HSU NSW branch to clear debts within three years

The HSU's NSW branch says it will clear the debt generated by its corrupt former leadership within two-and-a-half-years, thanks in part to an aggressive savings strategy and a new recruitment focus in aged care and private health, as it prepares to reveal a substantial donation to the ALP to fight the Coalition's "draconian" attack on unions.

CPSU maintains coverage of privatised careworkers

The FWC has granted a CPSU bid to maintain coverage of about 500 office-based NSW Government Home Care employees transferred to a private disability and aged care service, after finding neither the ASU nor the HSU could more effectively represent them.

Rail union shunted out of the Pilbara

The FWC has ruled that the Rail Tram & Bus Union is not entitled to represent the industrial interests of members covered by a new agreement for the maintenance contractor serving Fortescue Metals Group's rail operations in the Pilbara.

Full steam ahead for MUA-CFMEU merger

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.

MUA can enter Ichthys project for discussions: Commission

The FWC has confirmed the MUA's right to represent "waterside workers" employed by the construction contractor for the Darwin Harbour facilities being built as part of INPEX's major Ichthys LNG project.

Bench rejects ResMed bid to block AMWU

In the latest stage of the AMWU's long battle to organise workers at high-tech manufacturer ResMed, an FWC full bench has consented to the union changing its rules to extend coverage to non-management employees at the company's Sydney headquarters.

Sydney ferries deal arrives after difficult passage

The FWC has for the second time approved an agreement covering the main Sydney Harbour ferry service workforce after dismissing the motivation for a belated scope order bid for masters and engineers as "little more than petty elitism rather than any genuine unfairness".