The Government’s priorities are all wrong on disability

10.05.2019

The forecast Federal Budget surplus, built on the back of a $1.6b NDIS ‘underspend’, showed the country that this Government’s […]

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Labor plan will help put the heart back in the NDIS

03.05.2019

HSU National today welcomed the Australian Labor Party’s NDIS policy announcement which will start to repair the damage done by […]

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Government inaction is failing our Mental Health system

09.04.2019

In the shadow of a disappointing Federal Budget for mental health, HSU National today provided a way forward focused on […]

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Long overdue NDIS price rise will see fewer participants and workers left behind

01.04.2019

The long overdue increase to National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) prices is a reflection that current prices were so low […]

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‘Permaflexi’ could erode conditions for the lowest paid

28.02.2019

HSU National today slammed the NSW Business Chamber for another attack on workplace pay and conditions for some Australia’s lowest […]

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Disability Royal Commission to bring welcome spotlight on sector

19.02.2019

MEDIA RELEASE HSU National today welcomed the bi-partisan passing of a motion supporting the establishment of a royal commission to […]

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HSU National Officers Election Results 2018

03.12.2018

The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) has officially declared the results of the election for the HSU National Officers positions. This […]

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Announcement: Lloyd Williams Elected as HSU National Secretary

27.11.2018

We are excited to announce HSU’s newly elected National Secretary On Friday 16 November 2018, Lloyd Williams had been officially elected […]

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Terms of Reference for the Aged Care Royal Commission

09.10.2018

The Federal Government announced its terms of reference for the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety. Former Supreme […]

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Aged Care Workforce Review is a Farce

02.11.2017

AGED CARE WORKFORCE REVIEW IS A FARCE The Government’s decision to review the aged care workforce without speaking to aged […]

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