Fresh hope for action on climate change as bushfire recovery continuesNovember 11, 2020
“You chose hope and unity, decency, science and, yes, truth.”
Union will not forget bushfire-affected communitiesApril 15, 2020
Federation has refused to allow the escalating coronavirus pandemic to overshadow the response to last summer’s devastating bushfire season and the impact on our school and TAFE communities.
Members give up their holidays for othersMarch 12, 2020
NSW’s inordinate need for the skills of Rural Fire Service volunteers this summer had some teachers working extremely hard for strangers during the vacation period.
Focus on members’ needsMarch 10, 2020
Commitments, a listening ear and a shoulder to lean on provides support to members to rebuild after crisis
Classes in disarray amid fire clean-upMarch 10, 2020
As communities on the NSW South Coast continue the clean-up effort after the destructive bushfires, TAFE courses are in disarray with enrolments down and classes cancelled.
Members aid animals caught in summer’s tragedyMarch 01, 2020
Animal lovers within Federation’s ranks stepped in to assist creatures displaced by bushfires.
Union reaches out to fire victimsFebruary 23, 2020
Your union has provided financial support to members who suffered losses in the bushfires of recent months, to help them in their recovery process.
Pollution concerns can be raised as WHS issueFebruary 12, 2020
Unless all levels of government commit to urgent action to address this climate emergency, bushfire seasons are going to continue to become longer and more intense and the associated hazard of smoke is not going away any time soon.
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