Generally, there is no appeal from matters at the Industrial Court except on a point of law. The full detail of the grounds are set out in Section 18 of the Industrial Relations Act.
This is a list of those matters at the Court of Appeal the involving the National Workers Union:
National Union of Government and Federated Workers - The NWU lost a matter at the Industrial Court concerning the dismissal of worker DS and has Appealed that matter on a point of law.
CIVIL APPEAL NO 78 OF 2009
The matter involves an appeal by Eastern Commercial Lands Ltd. against a ruling of the Industrial Court that it was the successor employer to Tru Valu and that under section 48 of the Industrial Relations Act the Company must recognise and treat with the Banking Insurance and General Workers’ Union, the recognised majority union for the workers of Tru Valu. The employer lost this Appeal and the decision of the Industrial Court stands. This is a landmark decision dealing with the question of successorship. See attachment below.