The goalie fighting to save dreams

After a starry career on the pitch, Everton and Wales footballing legend Neville Southall is now a UNISON member, working to help struggling youngsters

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‘We will defend our members’ interests’ vows university branch

University of South Wales Group launches formal consultation on budget cuts, including possible job losses

Sterilisation staff win pay rise after two-month dispute

Welsh health board offers increases of up to £1,900 a year after strike by staff paid less than colleagues working for neighbouring boards

Cymru/Wales calls for services and communities to be the priority

‘Welsh public service workers will be holding you to account’, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis warns candidates at manifesto launch

How can you run a campaign to defend a service?

Neath Port Talbot branch fought a successful campaign against library closures – so just how did they do it?

Unison Cymru Wales Health Awards 2016

Get your nominations in! Closing date 23 May. Celebrate the valuable contribution UNISON colleagues make in the workplace. Awards will be presented by the Minister for Health and Social Services on 6 July 2016 at the Radisson Hotel, Cardiff. Contact your local branch for further information and nomination forms.  Award categories: –  Above and Beyond This […]

Football fans champion the NHS

Supporters show appreciation for health service by applauding in the 68th minute – signifying the age of the NHS

UNISON launches campaign to take a stand against attacks on health service

The union sets out to highlight how ‘lazy political hits’ damage morale and the relationship of trust between patients and staff (Cymru/Wales)

Use your vote on 5 May

Jobs and public services – the most important issues at the elections on 5 May

No consultation on Ceredigion council cuts

UNISON is furious at public funding payout to firm advising on cuts

NEC by-election: Cymru/Wales female seat

Nominations open on Tuesday 19 April 2016 and close at 5pm on Friday 20 May 2016

Public library service ‘hollowed out’ by job losses and cuts

UNISON backs BBC report that reveals loss of 8,000 jobs and 343 libraries in six years

New era for school support staff in Wales

All learning support staff in Wales must now be registered with the Education Workforce Council

UNISON welcomes minimum wage boost

UNISON Cymru/Wales welcomes increased minimum wage but warns it could undermine the positive work of the Welsh government in this area

Swansea council staff protest over car parking

Anger at strategy that is making ‘difficult problem worse’