BREAKING : Thousands of teachers are marching the streets of Sydney as catholic and public school educators join together for the biggest school strike in over two decades. vella_lara 9News LATEST:
For the first time in 25 years, public and Catholic school teachers will strike together in demand for better pay in New South Wales.
Ongoing negotiations with the state government have led to a pay increase offer of three per cent.But teachers have rejected the offer, calling for a bump of between five and 7.5 per cent.READ MORE:Teachers have taken industrial action this year.(60 Minutes)
They say they are overworked and underpaid."I can assure you that the last thing that teachers want to be doing is to be taking to the streets," NSW Teachers Federation president Angelo Gavrielatos said."I can assure you that teachers and principals would prefer to be doing is taking care of the students much."Read more: 9News Sydney »
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vella_lara vella_lara Why are the Catholic teachers striking? They are employed by the church which doesn’t pay tax. The Vatican has got plenty of coin to allow for a pay rise. vella_lara They don’t want to pay teachers the extra they deserve but an ‘ex’ deputy Premier can give himself a nice paying job overseas with an attractive annual expense package and nothing to see here? LNPDisgrace
vella_lara Striking is a democratic right ✅ 👌 'When they gaol a person for striking its a Rich man's country yet!!' vella_lara because Perrottet, the man behind the ICARE disaster, is as mean as Scrooge ! vella_lara Australia is ranked 39th out of 41 Globally for Education! Perhaps 🤔 look at the teaching for once you lunatics. Our standards are very poor.
vella_lara The corrupt LNP and their fall girl Mitchell want the system to collapse as they send their kids to private schools. Solidarity forever. 9NewsAUS vella_lara Sick of the arrogant ignorant elitist irresponsible incompetent negligent lying rorting corrupt NSW LNP government.. ELECTION NOW THE LNP ARE TOXIC!!
vella_lara Good on them, mandates have crippled all industries, our media and politicians ignored science and data and now we are one of the most infected places on earth. Yet they are all silent, shows what evil lying untrustworthy people our fake news media and politicians are. vella_lara Disgusting! None of them put their hand up before talking, they’re yelling and talking over the top of each other 🤣
vella_lara Why is the aboriginal flag their ? Because of course its political
'Last thing teachers want': Schools out as teachers strike in NSWFor the first time in 25 years, catholic and public teachers will strike together as they demand better pay and working conditions. vella_lara SarahStewart_9 9News DETAILS: vella_lara SarahStewart_9 Teachers demands should be sent to the mafia because they’ve been getting along so well together. Why bother the government just ask the mob or mafia for extra money. It’s the accurate thing to do. Sydney vella_lara SarahStewart_9 They’ve been ready to raise their wand at me but not ready enough to ask their mafia bosses for a raise
9NewsAUS vella_lara Remember kids ... Thalidomide was safe and effective for 5 years before being withdrawn.
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..to save article Share Australian investors should brace for a 20 per cent fall in corporate profits over the next six months, UBS warns, as an economic slowdown triggers a period of earnings downgrades which could extend into early next year."That's one of the reasons the new government is implementing a 'clean slate' policy, meaning people who have accrued penalties or demerits under the old system will start over under the new one.
Ongoing negotiations with the state government have led to a pay increase offer of three per cent. But teachers have rejected the offer, calling for a bump of between five and 7. But teachers have rejected the offer, calling for a bump of between five and 7.5 per cent. The broker noted that previous hard landings have seen ASX-wide earnings estimates cut by more than 30 per cent. READ MORE: Teachers have taken industrial action this year. READ MORE: Teachers have taken industrial action this year. (60 Minutes) They say they are overworked and underpaid. Under the PBAS, most jobseekers will need to accumulate 100 points a month — earned through activities such as completing job applications or training courses — to continue receiving their payments.
"I can assure you that the last thing that teachers want to be doing is to be taking to the streets," NSW Teachers Federation president Angelo Gavrielatos said. "I can assure you that the last thing that teachers want to be doing is to be taking to the streets," NSW Teachers Federation president Angelo Gavrielatos said.2 per cent return from Tuesday’s price, and a 6 per cent fall for the calendar year. "I can assure you that teachers and principals would prefer to be doing is taking care of the students much." READ MORE: Schoolteachers are striking again in Sydney today." READ MORE: Schoolteachers are striking again in Sydney today. (9News) Teachers will rally at Hyde Park before marching on State Parliament.” The brutal sell-off across global equities over the past month has swept up the previously resilient Australian sharemarket which is down nearly 7 per cent since the start of June. Up to one million students are expected to be affected by the strike action. Up to one million students are expected to be affected by the strike action. Tuesday's announcement would "provide real incentives for people who are making an extra effort to be job ready", Mr Burke said.
Meanwhile, commuters are expected to be faced with another day of chaotic travel in Sydney despite the government agreeing to the rail union's terms. READ MORE: Teachers say they are overworked and underpaid. READ MORE: Teachers say they are overworked and underpaid. However, those sectors have succumbed to the threat posed by rising interest rates and slowing growth, with materials stocks down 8 per cent over the past month and financials down 11. (Getty) Transport Minister David Elliott said yesterday the government would spend more than $260 million to address safety concerns from train drivers about the new fleet. However, the union says they want the offer in writing, which they will take to their members for a vote. However, the union says they want the offer in writing, which they will take to their members for a vote. It's hoped that will happen in the next 24 hours, preventing the industrial action from continuing tomorrow. For the first time in several weeks, the broker observed net selling in energy and materials shares, and started to see investors buying financials and technology stocks.
However, as of today, it's going ahead, meaning rail services in the city will be cut by up to 70 per cent. However, as of today, it's going ahead, meaning rail services in the city will be cut by up to 70 per cent. The eerie 'fossil dunes' shaped by wild winds in Abu Dhabi .