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Association Spotlight: Sutherland

Sutherland TA encompasses the Sutherland Shire area in Sydney’s south.

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Your workplace contacts

John Joy, Lurnea Public School

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Book Reviews

Wilam A Birrarung Story, Black Cockatoo and A White Hot Flame.

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Women: step up your activism with the Anna Stewart Program

Activism can take on many different forms. As a high school English teacher in a country school, until recently, my activism looked like turning up to Association meetings to scoff down chocolate biscuits while writing notes and speaking about what was applicable to my school specifically.

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Book Reviews

​Ruby in the Ruins, Peter in Peril, The Fear and the Freedom, George

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Counsellors hit the pay wall

​I have worked as a District School Counsellor and District Guidance Officer for the Department over the past 28 years, in a number of regions in NSW.

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Theatre Review

​Theatre is so diverse, as demonstrated by the shows I have seen recently: a musical Spamalot, a satire How to Rule The World and Every Brilliant Thing, which is difficult to describe.

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Your workplace contacts

Scott O’Connell traces his immersion in the union movement back to 10 weeks standing on a picket line outside the mine he worked for, as non-union workers were bussed in to do his job.

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Teacher housing: battle of the bush

Accommodation has consistently been a problem for teachers in rural areas.

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Association Spotlight: Wagga Wagga Teachers Association

Our meetings Attendance varies with workload and the pressure of work throughout the year. We generally have attendance of between five to 10 members. We run a smooth meeting, getting through the agenda in about an hour, unless schools have business they would like to discuss in more detail.

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Retired Teachers Association news

CRUMA report, Sydney Heritage Fleet, International Women’s Day, Upcoming events

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Association Spotlight: Lake Wallis

Our schools are situated on the Mid-North Coast, approximately a three-hour drive north of Sydney.

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Your Workplace Contacts

Glenwood Public School’s Federation Representative Tom Gough took on the position to fight for a claw-back of lost working conditions for teachers.

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Retired Teachers Association news

AFTINET report, ABC Friends, Asylum seekers, A sign of the times, Have you recently retired from teaching? and Upcoming events.

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Book Reviews

At the End of Holyrood Lane, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, Women and Power: A Manifesto, Gender Diversity and Non-Binary Inclusion in the Workplace: The Essential Guide for Employers

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Paper Plane

At 12.30pm on the Sunday before any school term resumes, you can guarantee an email from the principal welcoming you back.

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Your Workplace Contacts

The tumultuous years of Terry Metherell’s control of the Education Ministry sowed the seeds of activism and fairness in a young Luke Di Salvia.

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Association Spotlight: Blayney

Blayney is a small country town in the central west of the state, situated between Bathurst and Orange, the two regional centres in the area.

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Election opportunity for salary justice

The NSW election next March provides an opportunity to highlight the need for pay justice, school infrastructure spending and additional permanent positions from equity funds.

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Association Spotlight: Temora Teachers Association

Our population in Temora is 4000 in town and 7000 in the shire, with Ariah Park also a part of our shire.

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Book Reviews

From Little Things Big Things Grow, Nganga: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Words and Phrases, Hidden in Plain View: The Aboriginal people of coastal Sydney.

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