Stick Together

Wednesday 8:30am to 9:00am
Australia's only national radio show focusing on industrial, social and workplace issues. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network.


Jack Barry, Diana Beaumont, Annie McLoughlin, Denis Rogatyuk and Elena McMaster


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Body of Work

Union news and workplace justice
15 Apr 2015

Civil Rights Struggles in Ireland and USA

Marxism Conference 2015 concluded recently in Melbourne. Among a range of prominent international and local speakers, the two that stood out the most were Emory Douglas, the former Minister for Culture of the Black Panther Party, and Eamonn McCann, a long-time Irish socialist and civil rights campaigner. The show's topic focused on the experience of the two activists and the assessment of today's situation with regards to the struggle against austerity and racism.
8 Apr 2015

Union busting at Swinburne; Centrelink & Medicare industrial action; SDA deal on penalty rates

Swinburne settles court case with NTEU, which alleged adverse action when Swinburne tried to move staff into a subsidiary company, with lower pay and conditions. Centrelink and Medicare workers take 10 days of industrial action nationwide. And labour activists criticise cuts to penalty rates in a template agreement between the SDA and Business South Australia.
1 Apr 2015

The Cricket & Women's Wages

Overseas technicans shoot the ICC World Cup Cricket for first time and gender wage inequality leaving women distitute in old age.
25 Mar 2015

About Stick Together

Wednesdays at 8:30 - 9:00 AM. Repeated Thursdays 6:00 - 6.30 AM and Saturdays 7:00 - 7:30 AM.

Stick Together is Australia’s only national radio show dedicated to union and workplace justice issues.

Stick Together is recorded at 3CR, and broadcast on community radio stations around the country via the Community Radio Network.

Subscribe to the weekly podcast, or listen to recent podcasts.

Follow Stick Together on Facebook and Twitter. Contact via 3CR or email

  • Royal Commission into so-called Union Corruption

  • Laws limiting the right to protest in Victoria, Tasmania and Queensland

  • Unions’ response to the Abbott government’s first budget

  • Union campaigns for shorter working hours

  • Funding cuts and job losses in the public sector

  • Unions’ responses to new anti-terror legislation

  • Community impact of the Morewell coal mine fire

  • International labour politics

  • And more...

If you are a community radio station or listener and want to hear this show on your frequency then contact the CRN to find out how.  This show is made possible through the generous funding of the Community Broadcasting Foundation.