Summary of positive outcomes from the WA State Labor Conference

The overriding outcomes from the WA Labor State Conference were incredibly positive. Decisions made and policies announced by the WA State government will make significant differences to working people in our State. May Holman honoured The McGowan government will be renaming 189 Royal Street, East Perth, the May Holman Building in honour of this trailblazing politician. […]

And the winner is…

We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2019 CBCA Book Week Awards. One of the winners and two of the honoured books are by West Australian authors and illustrators! Congratulations to all the winners – as usual all finalists were incredibly rich and visually stunning contributors to the vast body of Australia Children’s […]

2019 CBCA Book Week Competition Entries

All you have to do to enter our Annual IEUA WA Branch CBCA Book Week Competition is email your Book Week pics by Wednesday 28 August to communications@ieuwa.org.au  For more information about prizes, click here Thank you to the following schools for sending in their entries! St Andrew’s Grammar, DianellaA lovely involvement of students in […]

Australian work health and safety laws – Worker Survey

Australian Unions are running this survey to better understand your experience of work health and safety and to inform our submission to a review by the Government that is currently underway into Australia’s work health and safety laws. This is your chance to have your say. Click here to take the Survey

Statement from ACTU Secretary Sally McManus on John Setka

13th June 2019 “Today I met and had a long and frank discussion with John Setka. I told him it is in the best interests of the union movement that he resigns. “I have consulted a wide range of union leaders and they share this view. “There are several matters currently before the court. If […]