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.
Members coordinate emergency and school supply drives for fire victimsFebruary 04, 2020
Students whose South Coast homes were destroyed by bushfire have returned to school with new backpacks filled with supplies thanks to a fundraiser coordinated by two members.
Media release: Bushfire impact on Southern Highlands schoolsJanuary 24, 2020
NSW Teachers Federation Deputy President Henry Rajendra and Senior Vice President Amber Flohm will be visiting Kangaroo Valley, Bundanoon and Hill Top on Tuesday 28 January 2020
Media release: Bushfire impact on South Coast schoolsJanuary 24, 2020
NSW Teachers Federation President Angelo Gavrielatos will be visiting Mogo, Moruya and Batemans Bay on Tuesday 28 January 2020
Chalk one up for teachers on frontDecember 08, 2019
Members of the public education community have reached out to assist those in need during the current bushfire season in a range of ways
If not now, when?December 08, 2019
How can we get action on climate change when the Premier of NSW and other political leaders refuse to talk about it?
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