Membership fees from 1 July 2022
Jun08

Membership fees from 1 July 2022

The membership fees for the Medical Scientists Association of Victoria, the Victorian Psychologists Association and the Association of Hospital Pharmacists have changed. The new membership fees will apply from 1 July...

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Federal election result provides opportunities for reset
Jun01

Federal election result provides opportunities for reset

It has been said numerous times already this past week, but the federal election result really is a massive shift in our nation’s politics. While some will attempt to downplay and minimise the result, we can be sure that voters want change. This was not just a city or urban phenomenon. Right across the country, there were significant swings against the Liberal National coalition. Clearly, Victorians, and Australians more broadly, want...

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Injured Workers Day 2022
May27

Injured Workers Day 2022

Injured Workers Day is a new movement that seeks concrete change for injured workers. Join us for our third, annual Injured Workers Day event on 1st June. Our fight for better conditions for injured workers is very important and the bigger the day is, the better! Together we can win the fight for a WorkCover system that works for injured workers. This year we’re hosting events in 3 cities across Victoria: Melbourne, Bendigo and...

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The Victorian Budget and a Federal Election
May09

The Victorian Budget and a Federal Election

This week the Victorian budget was handed down. Members may have missed it given the attention and focus on the federal election. This year’s state budget is primarily focused on health and healthcare. It’s easy to see why with the significant and large investments across Victoria’s health sector have been decided. Disappointingly though, the Premier made no mention of healthcare workers beyond doctors, nurses and paramedics for their...

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Introducing Angus Middleton

Greetings comrades I’m Angus, the new guy starting with the Union. Some of you may have already spoken with me or seen emails from me. I’ve come to work for the Union after working for the United Workers Union, formerly the National Union of Workers, where I worked as an organiser representing workers in wide variety sectors; from the oil and chemical industries, to building product manufacturing, the mining supply chain, call...

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