Anna Patty is Workplace Editor for The Sydney Morning Herald. She is a former State Political Reporter and Education Editor.
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Anna Patty The deal has been signed in secret without explanation says the ACTU.
Anna Patty A growing skills shortage is threatening to cripple economic growth in Western Sydney leaving seven out of 10 businesses without the qualified workers they need at the same time the region...
Anna Patty Commuters are asked to be patient while extensive changes to Sydney's bus routes are introduced.
Anna Patty A royal commission is investigating whether CFMEU NSW secretary Brian Parker or any other union officials took secret commissions or unlawful payments including more than $130,000 in donations from...
Anna Patty Sunday penalty rates will not be cut without a mandate from voters at the next federal election, but the new Employment Minister, Michaelia Cash, will push ahead with plans to revive the...
Anna Patty A woman who was rushed to hospital after her lung was punctured during routine cosmetic surgery has spoken out for the first time to warn others of the risks.
Anna Patty Closed doors at Sydney-based Wadco Lighting leave workers in the hands of taxpayers for compensation entitlements.
Leesha McKenny and Anna Patty The re-election of Sydney's most controversial deputy mayor has triggered a brawl inside the Labor Party, including renewed calls for an inquiry into Auburn City Council.
Anna Patty Defying calls for his sacking, Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer was re-elected to the position on Wednesday night after his name was drawn from a "hat" to break a tied...
Anna Patty Hassan came to Australia from Afghanistan in 1999, at the age of 17. He was alone and without any family.
Anna Patty A man was sitting in his car using the phone on Tuesday night when the door swung open and he was threatened with a knife.
Anna Patty and Megan Levy Sydney's sunny start to spring is about to take a turn for the worse when a southerly change hits the city, bringing the prospect of showers for the next week and considerably cooler conditions.
Anna Patty Passengers flying in and out of international airports around the country face potential delays as Border Force workers begin a 10-day strike over pay and conditions.
Anna Patty Drug and alcohol testing will be introduced on building sites as part of what is expected to be Employment Minister Eric Abetz's final contribution to the federal cabinet.
Anna Patty Trade unions are less than optimistic about what lies ahead from the new Prime Minister on the issue of industrial relations reform.
Anna Patty Unions targeted marginal seats in their push to protect penalty rates.
Anna Patty The union movement has decided against pursuing action in the High Court.
Anna Patty Young people are expected to suffer as 'second-chance' education is slashed.
Anna Patty How physiologist Jason Pilgrim has guaranteed himself a job for the next decade.
Anna Patty A second young woman has been rushed to hospital after suffering complications during a breast enlargement procedure at The Cosmetic Institute.