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Our lives in danger, UI ASUU tells VC

Three unions in the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, the Non- Academic Staff Union (NASU), Senior Staff  Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) and the National Association of Technologists ( NAT), on Wednesday morning, paralysed academic, business and administrative activities in the institution, when they protested non-payment of the earned allowances for the month of June. 969 more words


Customs & Immigration step up their campaign against Abbott Government’s harsh workplace bargaining agenda

Thousands of CPSU members at Customs and Immigration stepped up their campaign against the Abbott Government’s harsh workplace bargaining agenda with a nationwide two-hour strike today. 168 more words

Australian News

AUSTRALIA – Visa Fees Increase from 1 July 2015

From 1 July 2015, Australian Visa Application Charges (VAC) will increase.

The fee changes include an increase in line with inflation (2.3%) for the Subclass 457 visa for temporary skilled work, and for certain employer-sponsored migration routes. 20 more words


Do strike actions accelerate Change?

Since it’s creation in 1993, the University of Buea (UB)has witnessed a series of strike actions, orchestrated by the school’s Student Union (UBSU) which was recently suspended in 2012 following it’s latest strike action that landed about six of its executives in jail. 103 more words

My Say


Today’s announcement that the Independent Police Complaints Commission will not be investigating police conduct at Orgreave should come as no surprise to anyone who has looked in to the IPCC in the past. 606 more words

Oyo workers end strike

The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), Oyo State chapter, on Friday suspended its 11-day-old strike and directed the workers to resume work on Monday. Mr Waheed Olojede, Chairman of the local chapter, gave the directive at the end of a meeting with the Head of Service, Mr Soji Eniade, in Ibadan. 111 more words


The People - how the Labour Party sparked the downfall and working class unity

“Politicians’ reaction to Grunwick showed how far political and economic circumstances had changed since 1970. The IMF agreement had seriously undermined Britain’s commitment to the post-war tenets of full employment and welfare. 190 more words

Selina Todd: The People