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Home > News > 2017 > October


$10,000 salary increase for member who sought assistance from our union

A Catholic school member has recently had their classification level increased from Graduate 2 to Proficient 3 following a union-assisted application to recognise prior experience – leading to a more than $10,000 salary increase.

Collective action results in $101k salaries in the Christian sector

The collective action of IEUA-QNT members at Bundaberg and Glasshouse Christian Colleges has resulted in teaching staff at those schools now having access to the same salaries as their counterparts in the Catholic and state school systems.

Protected action possible at Carinity Education as employer seeks to create second-tier teacher

Teachers and school support staff working in Carinity Education schools in Brisbane, Rockhampton, Gladstone and Hervey Bay were set to vote on taking protected industrial action at the time of publication in early November following an employer attack on their current working conditions.

Mass staff redundancies at Kormilda College condemned

Mass redundancies and the way in which they have been managed at Darwin’s Kormilda College have been condemned by our union.

Attacks on workers at heart of federal government agenda

As Australians face rising inequality and flat-lining wages, the Turnbull Government has continued its sustained attacks on workers.

Election Notice

Nominations are called for IEUA QLD & NT Casual Vacancies.

Carinity Education staff to vote on protected industrial action after employer attacks working conditions

Teachers and school support staff working in Carinity Education schools in Brisbane, Rockhampton, Gladstone and Hervey Bay will vote on taking protected industrial action following an employer attack on their current working conditions.

Best and brightest writers unearthed by Literary Competition

Some of the country’s most promising young writers have been unearthed through our union's Literary Competition.

Campaign for Middle Leader recognition hits the radio

Radio advertisements air across Queensland calling for a just and proper resolution to the middle (and senior) leader wage rates under consideration by the Teacher Classification Review Joint Working Party.

Beginning teacher's passion for science inspires the next generation

Bianca Battoraro was recently announced as a finalist in the 2017 Queensland College of Teachers Excellence in Beginning to Teach Award but Bianca says succeeding as an early career teacher isn’t about having it all figured out.

Asia-Pacific unions gather to address regional challenges

Our union recently joined with unions from across the Asia-Pacific region at the Education International (EI) Asia-Pacific Regional Conference held in Kathmandu, Nepal on 10-12 October.

Celebrate World Teachers’ Day: Teaching in freedom, empowering teachers

On Friday, 27 October 2017, IEUA-QNT members will celebrate World Teachers’ Day and take the opportunity to recognise that teaching is fundamentally about making high quality professional judgements in the interests of children and their wellbeing.

Authorised by Terry Burke, Independent Education Union of Australia – Queensland & Northern Territory Branch, Brisbane.