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Auckland [ change ] Fine Max 22° Min 16° Unison christmas stockings up for grabs in Rotorua Unison, Fuseworks November 29, 2013, 1:40 pm With only three Christmas stockings left, Unison is encouraging the Rotorua community to join Kerri Hahunga as
Pupil support assistants strike closes 10 Glasgow schools A strike by pupil support assistants has resulted in Glasgow City Council closing 10 schools for children with extra learning needs and disabilities. The 24-hour action is over a dispute about
Universities are bracing themselves for the most widespread disruption for years on Thursday as staff representing all employees from academics to cleaners walk out over a pay dispute...Unison said over 4,000 staff were currently paid below the
Katy Perry and inanimate doppel of Justin Bieber , this one actually resembles Celine -- or, as objective observer Rene Angelil might say, the greatest singer in all the world! Check out more photos of Celine Dion's flawless wax figure after the jump.
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 15° Min 9° Tampering with power boxes poses fatal risk Unison, Fuseworks September 9, 2013, 4:05 pm Electricity distributor Unison Networks is highly concerned following a series of recent occurrences of power
So why do David Cameron and the conservative press claim it still exists? In their attempt to frame Ed Miliband as a leader in hock to the "union barons" (who, unlike real barons, have actually been elected), the Conservatives and the right-wing
BPC chose to visit New Zealand due to the country's similar terrain and network densities, and New Zealand's reputation as a leader in innovation. Unison was recommended to BPC by international consultants because of the Company's commitment to
Auckland [ change ] Partly cloudy Max 17° Min 12° Unison launches annual services campaign Unison, Fuseworks July 5, 2013, 9:16 am Hawke's Bay electricity distributor Unison Networks has this week launched its annual services' campaign, reminding
Office workers treated as 'human battery hens' 17 June 2013 Last updated at 08:51 ET Unison has said that workers in crowded offices are being treated like "human battery hens."...Karen Jennings is the Assistant General Secretary for Unison.
More than one million council workers have been offered their first pay rise in three years, with a proposed increase of 1 per cent. Local authority employers said the offer to workers in Wales, England and Northern Ireland was the best they could