The Vote No campaign run by ASU members and delegates in the recent ballot for the Mind EBA was a significant victory despite a terribly negative ca...
Hobson’s Bay Council has made the regressive decision to contract out the management of its two early learning centres (Altona Meadows and A...
The ASU has today raised concerns at moves by the newly-elected Mayor of the City of Greater Geelong Cr Darryn Lyons in seeking to impose hi...
ASU members at the City of Boroondara have intensified work bans across the Council, introducing a further 28 forms of industrial ac...
A large group of workers at Wyndham City Council celebrated the return of reinstated employee Phil Leyshan with a guard of honour after he was disgr...
The next instalment of ASU Equal Pay Case increases for community sector workers is due on December 1, 2013! This means the legal industry minimum s...
Workers at the City of Boroondara have started industrial action and will continue to escalate as enterprise bargaining negotiations between...
Workers at Barwon Water will protest outside the office of Liberal MP Andrew Katos in Geelong tomorrow as management continue their bid to outsource...
November 25 is both White Ribbon Day and the International day for the elimination of Violence Against Women.The Australian Services Union (...
There is an ASU survey out now for all Whittlesea members to have their say on the upcoming Enterprise Agreement that will be negotiated in ...
ASU members win historic third ‘No vote’Thursday, 12 December 2013
Council deserts workers, children and familiesTuesday, 10 December 2013
ASU warns Mayor not to interfereTuesday, 10 December 2013
Industrial action intensifies at BoroondaraWednesday, 04 December 2013
Celebrations for reinstated Council workerTuesday, 03 December 2013
SACS News: Access your new pay tableFriday, 29 November 2013
Industrial action at the City of BoroondaraFriday, 29 November 2013
Workers at Barwon Water to protestWednesday, 27 November 2013
ASU Supports White Ribbon DayMonday, 25 November 2013
Whittlesea City Council SurveyWednesday, 20 November 2013
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