Wollongong May Day March


  • Contact Details: Elizabeth 0421862313 mail@sclc.com.au
  • Event Dates: Sat, 4 May 2013 10:00am
  • Venue: Lowden Square Wollongong

Wollongong May Day March

Senator Lee Rhiannon speaks

10am, Saturday 4th May Assemble at Lowden Square Wollongong

For info : Elizabeth 0421862313 mail@sclc.com.au

National Parks workers told to apply for bullet proof vests to keep safe from hunters

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Greens Sen Lee Rhiannon speaks @ Sydney Uni strike

Australian Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon speaks at Sydney Uni staff strike

WHAT:  Australian Greens higher education spokesperson Senator Lee Rhiannon speaks at University of Sydney strike action and staff picket

WHERE: Sydney Uni gates on City Road (cnr Eastern Avenue)

WHEN: 12.30-1.30pm today

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O'Farrell's band aid solution on compo costs

The O'Farrell government has failed to restore the right of injured workers to legal costs and instead has put in place a new internal bureaucracy and a panel of WorkCover approved lawyers as a band aid solution to an ongoing crisis in the Workers Compensation system.

APHEDA Annual Dinner


Share a night among friends and comrades in support of our overseas aid projects. Book your seat today!

Tickets: Members & partners $65 | Non-members $75

·         Ask your union about booking a table

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