Anna Patty is Workplace Editor for The Sydney Morning Herald. She is a former State Political Reporter and Education Editor
Anna Patty The Greens say the government has failed to address the problem of hundreds of injured police fighting long and lonely battles against "a very bloody-minded insurer".
Anna Patty Premier Mike Baird will launch a symposium debating the medical use of cannabis on Friday.
Anna Patty The NSW Opposition will try to force the release of key government documents revealing the state government's secret plans to renew development along Parramatta Road.
Anna Patty The future of more than $800 million in government-owned property used to house people with disabilities is in question as part of the NSW government's privatisation of services.
Anna Patty A Sydney pharmacy is facing prosecution for allegedly shortchanging an Egyptian migrant worker by more than $62,000.
Sean Nicholls and Anna Patty Former NSW treasurer Eric Roozendaal is facing a push to expel him from the Labor Party following allegations at a corruption inquiry he was involved in a campaign to undermine his ALP colleague Jodi...
Anna Patty The NSW Police Force has been asked to join a multi-state law-enforcement taskforce to investigate suspected ties between organised crime and union officials.
Anna Patty New rules introduced by the NSW government from February 24 next year will prevent public sector workers employed as temps from working in the same job for five years.
Anna Patty Cleaners have picketed their own union which they claim has prevented them from getting a pay rise.
Anna Patty Thousands of public servants may face termination of their temporary employment under new rules to take effect on February 24.
Anna Patty A Cbus superannuation fund official has been accused of giving false evidence and "comical" answers to the royal commission into union corruption.
Anna Patty One in three Australian women are victims of domestic violence. The ACTU says domestic violence leave should be included in all wage awards.
Anna Patty The head of the NSW construction union, Brian Parker, has denied "concocting a plan" to obtain confidential documents revealing the personal details of Cbus superannuation fund members that were hand...
Anna Patty A construction industry superannuation fund representative has been sacked after she lied to the royal commission into union corruption about her involvement in leaking confidential information about...
Anna Patty Building industry underworld figure George Alex will not appear before the royal commission into trade union corruption as scheduled on Thursday.
Anna Patty Publicly owned electricity distribution business Ausgrid is proposing to send 37 IT jobs offshore as unions step up a campaign to protect their workers' jobs.
Anna Patty Two weeks before his scheduled appearance before the royal commission into unions, underworld figure George Alex sat in the viewing gallery eyeballing colourful businessman "Big" Jim Byrnes as he...
Anna Patty Colourful businessman "Big" Jim Byrnes has been accused of using an inquiry to avoid paying millions of dollars in debts allegedly owed to underworld figure George Alex.
Anna Patty A belated apology has been issued to Wayne Butler who was bullied by the workplace safety regulator, WorkCover NSW.
Anna Patty Fair Work Building and Construction boss Nigel Hadgkiss has defended his authority's powers against criticism they allow for "interrogation" of workers.