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Use your vote on 5 May

There’s not long to go to the big election day on 5 May.

UNISON congratulates Merthyr Tydfil council’s wage rise decision

UNISON Cymru/Wales today congratulated Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council for its decision to pay hundreds of the authority’s lowest-paid staff

How did they fare? Reflections on the GA hearings with Secretary-General candidates

During these historic sessions, candidates collectively answered some 800 questions and the breadth of issues covered was considerable.

How the Work of Columban Mission Honours the Memory of St Columban Kevin O’Neill SCC

Fr Kevin O’Neill is the Superior General of the Columban Missionaries. The following talk was given at Maynooth in Ireland on 30 November 2015.

UNISON members join People’s Assembly march in London

Student nurses were to the fore on Saturday as UNISON members joined the 150,000 people marching in London against cuts and austerity.

Summary of the General Assembly hearings with UN Secretary-General candidates

Candidates vying to be the next Secretary-General faced questions from states and civil society in webcast hearings at the General Assembly.

Local government executive to explore help for school support staff

UNISON’s local government service group executive has agreed to explore the possibility of “national action” in defence of school support staff aft

New report: Why a joined-up approach to climate and development will define success of the Paris Agreement

Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have

Wakefield invited to join commission on women and local government

UNISON head of local government Heather Wakefield has been invited to join the commission that is being set up to explore the question of Does


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John Ray Initiative:

The UK’s regulations on Data Protection are changing on 25th May 2018 and JRI is carrying out...


The First Minister launched the Route Map to an Energy Efficient S

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