Australian Manufacturing Workers' Union

 

Manufacturing Matters - April/May 2016

All the latest WA AMWU news in the April/May '16 issue of Manufacturing Matters. Click below to download.

  • Manufacturing_Matters_-_April-May_2016_-_CoverSml.jpgShips fight taken to Bishop as hundreds rally for skilled local jobs
  • Delegates forum wrap - More than 100 delegates came together to plan our union's future direction
  • Browse breakdown - Premier Barnett messes up another job creation project
  • Plan for WA Jobs - Exclusive polling reveals dire assessment of Barnett government's job's strategies
  • Walk a mile in her shoes - Unionists 'walk a mile' to help stop domestic violence 
  • Protesting for protest - AMWU members join fight for freedom of assembly
  • Unions push for Federal anti-corruption fighter
    And more! Click here to download (1.3MB).

If WA members want printed copies for their workplaces, just email WA Media Officer Tom Palmer at [email protected] or call 9223 0800.

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