The carbon price package announcement marked an historic moment in Australiaís sustainable future. It marked a recognition that polluting our environment can no longer be done for free. It marked a shift in thinking to take opportunities in new cleaner industries, and making existing industries more efficient. Read more »
There's a shortage of nurses in Queensland and itís affecting patient care. The QNU is so concerned that we launched a campaign to show just how critical the problem is. Read more »
More aged care nursing staff with the right mix of nursing skills and increased federal funding to be spent transparently by providers, are the main objectives of a new national campaign being run by the QNU and branches of the Australian Nursing Federation. Read more »
The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) has raised its 2012 registration fees to a whopping $160 despite promises that nurses and midwives would get cheaper registration under a national scheme. Read more »
Here you can learn more about our campaign to improve the wages and conditions of public sector nurses and midwives through negotiations for our agreement (EB7) . Read more »
The QNU, through the Letís talk nursing project, attempts to reclaim nursing values by defining nursing and nursing work so a clear and consistent position on what we do and why it is important can assist members in their day to day working lives. Read more »
Premier Bligh should put ordinary Queenslanders ahead of privatisation and big business. Click on the following link and tell her to put Queensland first before the big end of town! Read more »
Todayís Liberal leader Tony Abbott was a key Minister in the former Liberal Government that introduced WorkChoices. Now, he wants to bring it back. He just wonít call it WorkChoices. Read more »
Workers around Australia fought long and hard to repeal the Howard governmentís draconian WorkChoices industrial relations legislation. Read more »
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