Newcastle Branch

Welcome! The NTEU University of Newcastle Branch provides an advocacy role on behalf of both academic, general and teaching staff members. From enterprise bargaining, including industrial issues such as conditions and pay, to professional concerns regarding intellectual property and research policy, the Union is here to represent you, so why not join the NTEU today!

Featured News

    1. Join NTEU UoN colleagues to celebrate our ballot win at the Newcastle May Day March - 10am 3rd May

      Come March with Your University Unions on May Day – Sat 3rd May 10am In support of our UoN enterprise bargaining...

    2. Information on the NSW Division Indigenous Forum

      On behalf of Indigenous Policy Committee NSW Representative, Sharlene Leroy-Dyer   Dear Colleagues, The NTEU NSW...

    3. Who is running the NTEU? You are!

      2014 is an election year for the NTEU. (Want to know more about our elections? Register for the webinar here). I am...

    4. NTEU Newcastle members: time to post your ballot paper

      Our NTEU Newcastle bargaining team posted their vote for the protected action ballot last week... Have you voted yet?

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Other News

  1. It’s so nice to get away for a few days – and even nicer if you are paid

    Posted 23 April 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

  2. Community announcement: International Day Of Mourning Remembrance 28th April, Newcastle foreshore 12.30pm

    Posted 22 April 2014 by Jenny Whittard (University of Newcastle)

  3. Position Vacant: NSW Division Industrial Organiser

    Posted 16 April 2014 by Joanne Riley (NTEU National Office)

  4. Conference for NSW general and professional staff members

    Posted 16 April 2014 by Adam Knobel (NSW Division)

  5. NTEU Newcastle 'Vote Yes' campaign events on Wed 16th April

    Posted 15 April 2014 by Jenny Whittard (University of Newcastle)

  6. Media Release: Report of Demand Driven System Review exhibits blind faith in a market solution

    Posted 14 April 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

  7. Have you voted yet? The Protected Action ballot is closing soon so post your vote today!

    Posted 11 April 2014 by Jenny Whittard (University of Newcastle)