Australia has had:
NSW Nurses and Midwives Association (23 November was fourth walk-off this year, 24hr strike)
Australian Nursing Federation - WA Nurses walk-off on 24 November, 3000 march to WA Parliament ("first [strike] in 24 years", "Western Australia's Industrial Relations Commission orders the state's nurses to call off planned industrial action – an instruction that will almost certainly be ignored.")
Rail, Tram and Bus Union running train strikes in NSW (months-long action may have ended last week in victory)
Transport Workers Union - Adelaide bus drivers "could strike over Christmas", ballot closes 20 December.
United Firefighters Union - Cancelled strike planned for 9 December due to successful bargaining.
Flight Attendants' Association of Australia - "99 per cent of votes received were in favour of industrial [24hr strike] action" against Qantas Airways in late November, no strike date announced.
Maritime Union Australia - Employees locked out of Svitzer tug boats in mid-November in an "escalating industrial dispute". "The company said the union action has resulted in 250 instances of industrial action since late October, amounting to 2,000 hours of work stoppages."
Australian Workers Union - Taronga Western Plains Zoo went on strike 17 November.
National Tertiary Education Union - News report says "Staff at five Queensland universities to take industrial action" in mid-November
United Workers Union - Pampas Pastry Factory started "indefinite strike" on 28 November.
United Workers Union - Tasmanian state service workers including teachers, "Thousands […] have walked off the job in the biggest coordinated industrial action in the state since 2019." 10th November.
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