Latest Electrical Trades Union News

ETU welcomes building code reform
ETU First Nations delegate Thor is changing minds on Queensland work sites
Landmark investment for Cbus: Australia’s first offshore wind project
Sydney Metro safety concerns after escalator collapse and worker injured in separate incidents
ETU urges Minister for Energy not to return Queensland to defective National Energy Market
Union ramps up calls for independent review of electricity market following AEMO’s decision to take over energy supplies
Creating An Expert Electric Vehicle Workforce In Victoria
ETU urges Goodline employees to VOTE NO to substandard agreement
Win for electrical workers at federal election 2022
ETU celebrates 120 years in Victoria
Changes to superannuation in July 2022
ETU FACTS: Working conditions and federal election
ETU FACTS: Aussie jobs and federal election
ETU FACTS: energy and federal election
ETU facts: taxes and federal election
ETU facts: Workers’ rights and federal election
Landmark report: Blueprint for Better, Cleaner Jobs
Union slams NSW Government’s dirty energy transition secret
ETU Hardship Fund for members affected by floods
ETU members at WA News locked out for over seven weeks
ETU members drop everything to assist flood-affected communities
Cbus on growth path
ETU slams plan to turn Victoria’s Latrobe Valley into nuclear region as dangerous and short-sighted
Stay electrically safe during flood clean up
Morrison missing as Victoria leads way on offshore wind
AWU joins call for submarine project to shore up national security
ETU condemns Perrottet’s industrial sabotage
Union reveals Federal Government fund to address mental health of FIFO workers untouched
Labor’s 2030 emissions reduction target ‘necessary intervention’
Unions welcome long overdue offshore renewable energy laws but say there is ‘unfinished business’
Union led campaign forces federal government to dump proposed snooping laws
Morrison urged to nurture apprentices
Morrison urged to nurture apprentices
Federal Government must fix temporary migration system before it resumes
Federal Government must fix temporary migration system before it resumes
Gunner’s threats against workers will result in further declining economy
Increase training and wages, not immigration
BHP should leave health decisions to workers
Consolidated Power Projects Australia Pty Ltd signs enforceable undertaking
Union demerger laws must be resisted by Labor, cross bench
Ausgrid workers outraged by plan to freeze wages; prepared to take industrial action in protest
NT History Grants Awarded
Union Takes Aim At Gunner’s Austerity Budget
Albanese’s energy plan will drive job growth
NBN should have been done properly first time
Morrison energy plan is more hot air
New MOUs ensure collaborative pathway for Muja C workers
Offshore Alliance secures first-ever bargaining process at Legeneering Australia