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Statement on Proposed Changes to Workers' Compensation

The AEU assures members that proposed changes will be diligently scrutinised and members’ interests will be vigorously represented through the consultation process.

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Position Vacant: AEU Federal Women's Officer

Applications are invited for the position of Federal Women's Officer.

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Andrew Blanckensee - AEU Life Member

At the 2015 AEU Federal Conference, AEU ACT member and CIT teacher, Andrew Blanckensee was awarded an AEU life membership.

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2015 AEU Federal Conference

The 2015 Australian Education Union Federal Conference was held in Melbourne from Friday the 20th of February to Sunday the 22nd.

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Doszpot Calls On Government to Honour Election Commitment

Shadow Minister for Education, Steve Doszpot MLA, moved a motion in the ACT Legislative Assembly Wednesday, calling on the ACT Government to honour its 2012 election commitment to invest $70 million in school infrastructure.

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February 14 Council Report-back

EA negotiations, Birrigai, activating sub-branches, Branch Executive elections, Alex White, divestment & more. The main points from our very well-attended meeting on Saturday.

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Seventh Anniversary of the National Apology

The Apology to Australia's Indigenous Peoples was delivered by then Prime Minister Kevin Rudd on February 13, 2008, and acknowledged in particular the Stolen Generations.

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Meet Correna - Our New Federal President

Former primary school teacher and SA Branch President, Correna Haythorpe, is taking over from Angelo.

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Elections for Health & Safety Reps

Nominations will open soon for Health & Safety Representative positions and will close at 4:30pm on Tuesday 10 March 2015.

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Activating Sub-branches for 2015

Andy outlines why February 14 Council will be a really important meeting in launching Sub-branch activity for the year.

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A Message from Glenn & Andy on 'Strike Looms' Headline

Contrary to the front page of the Canberra Times, a strike isn't 'looming'. Glenn & Andy correct the record.

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No - A Strike Doesn't Loom. Canberra Times Fail.

In fact constructive discussions, focused on addressing excessive workload, are occurring.

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