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Safer sick leave starts
Wind turbines off coast could help Australia become an energy superpower, research finds
Paid vaccination leave before ‘business as usual’
Union report on gig work released
Unions welcome Greens’ call for more action to reduce emissions
NZ needs to sign up to international law making workplaces free from violence and harassment
ACTU/TUC statement on proposed UK/Aus FTA
Climate Change Commission Report – Action on climate change now urgent
Union movement supports nurses’ strike
Diary note: June 24 – 25 Australasian emissions reduction summit
Employment Court ruling – significant acknowledgement of care as work
Building stronger support for workers post COVID
Social Insurance could make a huge difference in Aotearoa
Support for Wellington bus drivers
Public workers welcome Budget commitment to liveable incomes
2021 Budget: CTU welcomes progress, but more needed to address challenges of Building Back Better
Safer sick leave a reality
CTU public service unions meet with Public Service Minister
Former MP Frank Mossfield presented with Key to City
Fair Pay Agreements to improve pay and conditions for essential workers
Fair Pay Agreements – set to deliver on real fairness at work
Unemployment statistics – COVID-19 recovery still uneven
Employment Court finds in bus drivers favour & grants injunction against lockout
Union seeks injunction against unlawful lockout by NZ Bus
Bus Drivers Update: Public Can Now Contribute to Drivers Support Fund
Bus drivers indefinitely locked-out by employer
Inflation data disguises continued higher cost of living for poorest
CTU supports bold health reforms
Worker participation essential for successful health reform
Unions call on government to halt ratifying trade agreement with Myanmar
Unions call on government to improve work lives
Minimum wage increases to $20
Solid foundations for better housing
Decline in GDP shows need for continued government support
COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Extension announcement good for working people
Retail Award offers small businesses much-needed flexibility: Ombudsman
Council of Trade Unions and business NZ call on workplaces to step up COVID response
Fewer children living in poverty but more work needed
COVID-19: Unions pleased that vaccinations to start soon
CTU backs stronger Māori representation in local democracy
COVID-19: Short term absence payments welcomed by unions
Strong headline employment data hides weak spots in labour market
Union members’ Safer sick leave campaign; a step closer
Cost of living rising for poorest households
Historic Bob Hawke family home to be preserved
Unions take Qantas to High court over sick leave
Unions: Better resourcing of WorkSafe – a lesson from Whakaari
New Research Centre Established to Honour Union Leader Laurie Carmichael