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AMWU Weekly E-News - 24/05/2013
Ford loss a wake-up call for nation's leaders, Time to act for 'Time to Care', Unionism speaks all languages in saving jobs.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 17/05/2013
AMWU backs rally call to preserve fruit industry, Opposition should commit to budget's nation building
AMWU Weekly E-News - 03/05/2013
Government boost to Australian shipbuilding, AMWU members turn up for May Day, Sydney Airport agreement takes off
AMWU Weekly E-News - 03/05/2013
Engineers' careers to fly with new Qantas deal, Forgacs walk off as members demand consultation, Safety reminder after fruit plant injury.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 26/04/2013
Windscreen company faces $100,000 court action, Go even harder on local content: Bastian, New workers' memorial to those lost
AMWU Weekly E-News - 19/04/2013
Thales munitions members hit their ling-range target, Local jobs first on taxpayer projects, Opportunity knocks for Blacktown
AMWU Weekly E-News - 12/04/2013
Holden workers need steady hand to drive industry's future, Coalition abandons policy for soundbites, Labor urged to ban Sensis offshoring jobs
AMWU Weekly E-News - 05/04/2013
Volgren victory set to travel north, Spanish company tapped over 457 Visa pay, Rapid action on securing defence maintenance jobs
AMWU Weekly E-News - 28/3/2013
Union intensifies scrutiny at Holden; Fair Work changes help members but more needed; El Salvador plea for AMWU to help democracy
AMWU Weekly E-News - 22/03/2013
2013 Poll: Delegates' Call to Action, World First as Asbestos Agency Created, Geon Members' Benefits Saved
AMWU Weekly E-News - 15/03/2013
Help grasp “once in a lifetime” shipbuilding revolution, Union warns states on 457 visa abuses, Union puts heat on Mercedes
AMWU Weekly E-News - 07/03/2013
Union set for Women's big day, Fair go for apprentices - send your boss a message, Rally anger over Barnett's job failure
AMWU Weekly E-News - 01/03/2013
Sensis senseless on jobs, 457 crackdown in workers' interest, Unity clears the air at Donaldson's.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 22/02/2013
AMWU Welcomes Jobs Plan, Looking out for our Neighbours, AMWU women join one billion rising.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 15/02/2013
New asbestos website steps up funding pressure, AMWU`s early offensive on BAE jobs, Very Fine drive into the future
AMWU Weekly E-News - 08/02/2013
AMWU takes wheels off Volgren's super hijack, ResMed Workers resist scare tactics, Cold cash helps green Electrolux
AMWU WA News 070213
AMWU Weekly E-News - 01/02/2013
Hospira takes Union`s medicine; Members Help in Fire and Flood Ordeal;
Get tough on local content - Bastian
AMWU Weekly E-News - 6/12/12
So good so far on Gillard manufacturing moves; Rosella continues to fly; Asbestos fight honours the departed
AMWU WA News 121212
AMWU Weekly E-News - 13/12/12
So good so far on Gillard manufacturing moves; Rosella continues to fly; Asbestos fight honours the departed
AMWU Weekly E-News - 29/11/2012
Locals demand end to wind tower dumping; Noo’s story that no boss can put down; Coalition cuts end a century of training expertise at RMIT.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 22/11/2012
AMWU pressures councils, states on local car shame; Union ties white ribbon around women’s rights; Gladstone protest on slow ferry home.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 15/11/2012
QANTAS workers set for campaign against de-skilling; Auto workers look to fresh start; SA branch working towards better protection for foreign workers.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 08/11/2012
Workers return to Autodom but future still uncertain; New Tassie conference reaches out to women; AMWU shows smarts with Too Hi Tek.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 01/11/2012
$1 million sunrise as union delivers backpay justice; WA delegates to keep up pressure as Barnett lets work go offshore; AMWU continues fight for Filipino workers’ rights.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 25/10/2012
AMWU man back with pride at McCains; Jobs campaign goes coast to coast; Visy canned by worker solidarity.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 18/10/2012
Food jobs the key to strong communities; Fight to ensure timber industry doesn’t crash down; New chances for bosses to learn leadership.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 11/10/2012
AGE print workers approve redundancy deal; Training providers failing our apprentices; A hand of kindness for Lachie Lord.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 04/10/2012
Food labs alive with union activity; Holden electric cars can bear fruit of co-investment; Bosses out of line on doctor attendance.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 27/09/2012
Members urge no vote at Sensis; Melbourne print workers win back owed allowance; Consumer Watchdog must recall its own advice.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 20/09/2012
300 apprentices to be hired as part of new AMWU & CB&I initiative; It’s time Gina Rinehart “woke up to herself”.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 13/09/2012
AMWU launches campaign for a national manufacturing plan; AMWU welcomes action on asbestos; Bulldogs thank AMWU after successful season.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 06/09/2012
New leadership team elected; Bittersweet outcome for Darrell Lea workers; Keep Free Trade Fair.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 30/08/2012
Workers who dare to fight, win redundancy dispute; Testing times result in victory for ALS technicians
AMWU Weekly E-News - 23/08/2012
Navy station workers signal major win in agreement; AMWU QLD slams latest attack on workers’ rights; $30,000 fine for teenager’s workplace death sends no message on safety.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 16/08/2012
QANTAS engineering delegates prepare to maintain wages and conditions; Machinery workers put union strength into motion; We still make stuff in Sydney but only just.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 09/08/2012
Aircrew ready to elevate outstanding allowance fight; Tassie women leading a new charge; Win for Cochlear workers on good faith bargaining orders.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 02/08/2012
Fair Work Review must make manufacturing smarter, not embark on a race to the bottom; New law delivers paid leave for dads; Kurnell closure: NSW needs a plan for local jobs and industry.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 26/07/2012
ALS techs hold firm against anti-union plan; Darrell Lea workers thank Australian shoppers for support; GoPrint closure shatters LNP’s asset sale promise.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 19/07/2012
Shocking job losses represent need for strategic industry plan; Darrell Lea future still uncertain; Retired members get active online with new blog site.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 12/07/2012
WA demand mining bosses give local workers a fair go; Vic members call for anti-union building code to be dismantled; $50 membership campaign feeds Valley food co-op.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 05/07/2012
Vehicle Division head steps down after a lifetime of campaigning; Victorian metal members give back to the community; “Generational opportunity to deal with asbestos”.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 28/06/2012
Australian manufacturing ready to embrace clean tech future; Brisbane AMWU members achieve national certificate III in Fabrication; Coates Hire campaign finishes with major win for workers.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 21/06/2012
No consultation, no discussion: Fairfax’s announcement a disgrace; Thales workers to benefit from new collective approach; New financial advice toolkit for AMWU members.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 14/06/2012
Offshore project workers dig deep for kids with disabilities; Metalworker Graham makes a new life; AMWU flags doubts over skills development plan for Defence.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 07/06/2012
Too many of Australia’s apprentices quitting due to poor wages; Who will be the next victims of the mining boom?
AMWU Weekly E-News - 31/05/2012
Jobs before mining interests; Hats on for Jon as AMWU members defend Visy delegate; Mining sector workers receive fairer share of profits.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 24/05/2012
Government must intervene in Qantas aircraft maintenance decision; Industrial action follows workers’ rejection of latest BMA offer; SA vehicle mechanics rev up collective action.
Letter to Clive Palmer from the AMWU
A letter from Tim Ayres, AMWU NSW Secretary to Clive Palmer in relation to the Australian shipbuilding industry.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 17/05/2012
Qantas delegates warn politicians national interest and security at risk; FOC Phil leaves his mark; Assistance fast tracked for CMI members.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 10/05/2012
QLD members and families keep the AMWU flag flying; AMWU wins massive back pay
for offshore technicians; Tassie food workers to win under Coles frozen veggie plan.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 03/05/2012
CMI workers return to work as Baillieu govt goes AWOL; AMWU help sacked Toyota workers get back on the road; AMWU members attend workers’ memorial day.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 26/04/2012
Toyota sackings go to federal court as hundreds protest outside plant; May Day rallies still going strong; Pay equality dispute may disrupt Hunter coal exports.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 19/04/2012
AMWU slams appalling treatment of sacked Toyota workers; Chevron delivering less local work under Barnett, not more; Carton makers refuse to fold on entitlement attack.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 12/04/2012
Bad management to blame for company collapse; Fair Work Australia slaps down management who tried to leave worker in the cold; Tea makers prepare to vote on collective future.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 05/04/2012
Cochlear workers take action to test Fair Work bargaining laws; Victorian members rally against Baillieu workcover slash.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 29/03/2012
Coates Hire workers balloting for industrial action; AMWU wins award for putting manufacturing back on the map; Vale Helen Davis; Union Aid Abroad...
AMWU Weekly E-News - 22/03/2012
270,000 reasons to get Victorian Manufacturing right; AMWU - helping to organise the Philippines; Our Future at Qantas: A plan to keep Aussie jobs where they belong; Where is Marius Kloppers?
AMWU Weekly E-News - 15/03/2012
1000 delegates urged to continue campaigning; Sydney packaging workers prepare to box up first agreement; Manufacturing key to ‘Lucky’ Economy.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 08/03/2012
Sydney airport workers look to maintain pay and conditions; Sensis members show solidarity; Did you work for Ford in the 1980’s; Dave Oliver to run for ACTU Secretary.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 01/03/2012
Jobs and communities will go unless food processing issues confronted; O’Farrell steps up offensive against NSW workers; Albury loses 80 auto manufacturing jobs.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 23/02/2012
Unions call on qantas to keep maintenance jobs in Australia; Packaging takeover could cost hundreds of jobs
AMWU Weekly E-News - 16/02/2012
Strong union collective leads to major win at former AWA site; "Everything on the line" in Newcastle; AMWU takes aim at supermarket duo
AMWU Weekly E-News - 09/02/2012
Auto workers drive message home to Abbott and government; Perth Metal workers put heat to new agreement
AMWU Weekly E-News - 02/02/2012
Abbott must stop playing games with 200 000 auto jobs; Manufacturing jobs lost as Mortein heads off-shore.
Coal Industry - Long Service Leave Flyer
The Federal Parliament recently passed new legislation relating to long service leave in the coal industry. The new legislation represents some of the most significant changes to the scheme since its inception.
Long Service Leave in the Black Coal Mining Industry
This brochure contains information about long service leave, effective 1 January 2012. It takes into account changes that were made to long service leave from this date.
WA Printing Division Nomination Form
WA Election Notice
Vic Election Notice
AMWU Weekly E-News - 22/12/2011
Holiday message from National Secretary, Dave Oliver; High court ruling slams James
Hardie bid to limit compo; AMWU tells DIAC to get 457-visa process right.
Auto industry update - December 2011
AMWU METAL and TSA Division members from across the Auto Industry came together at a well attended meeting to discuss a range of urgent industrial issues.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 14/12/2011
Unionised NT apprentices organise first collective agreement.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 08/12/2011
AMWU members making the silent transition to clean technology; Cochlear mocks good faith bargaining system; AMWU upgrades manufacturing policy at ALP conference.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 01/12/2011
QLD applauds makeup of steering committee for industry reform; Victorian metals welcome big win in latest bargaining round; Canada’s asbestos export must end.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 24/11/2011
Careers to take flight under new aircrew agreement; Darwin AMWU members looking forward to Inpex gas project; Sub contracts should go to Australia.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 17/11/2011
RAA mechanics use a mix of new and old union tools; Technicians keep pay and conditions on the radar; Pacific trade deal must be open to scrutiny - by Dave Oliver – AMWU National Secretary.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 10/11/2011
Arbitration is the new black: Oliver; Book industry to start a new chapter with major reforms; Have your say on insecure work.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 03/11/2011
Unions combine to secure Qantas engineering jobs; Hastings Deering workers stand up for fair share.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 27/10/2011
Rich chocolate, poor wages: Haigh’s members call for a better deal; More women, better outcomes says visiting Indonesian unionist; Outdated drug testing plan will fail caterpillar workers.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 20/10/2011
Plastic makers stick together to demand a better workplace; Women unionists honour past and look to the future.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 13/10/2011
Union welcomes aboard important helicopter aircrew; Clean technology future must be made in Australia; AMWU angry at latest cuts to regional Fairfax workers.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 06/10/2011
Jobs forum delivers win for Australian manufacturing; Local content and real productivity on AMWU agenda for jobs forum; Food production and maintenance unite to fight weak offer.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 29/09/2011
Sensis: a new generation of AMWU print members; Future leaders invited to join Vic women’s conference.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 22/09/2011
Defence Dept members rally for better wages; AMWU tells business to focus on management skills in productivity debate; Food industry workers win better training qualifications and prestigious award
AMWU Weekly E-News - 15/09/2011
Landmark legal challenge taken by union against Visy over safety; Asbestos threat stops work in Newcastle coal loader; Mirabella and Coalition can’t see manufacturing jobs for the trees.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 08/09/2011
Awful Orford talks up “business turn around"; 10 years later, final Ansett redundancy payments made; Taxpayers fund mining profits, while 1 million manufacturing workers miss out.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 01/09/2011
Manufacturing must benefit from mining boom; Hostile mining company leaves union officials waiting in the rain; Membership grows as shipbuilding returns to Newcastle.
AMWU Weekly E-News - 25/08/2011
Tragic day: 1400 job losses at BlueScope; Will the mining boom send manufacturing bust?; East Africa appeal: please give generously.