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Federal Council meets in Sydney

For the first time since 2020, Federal Council, the decision-making body of MEAA made up of 95 elected members from ...
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National Cultural Policy is a big step forward for the sector

The release of the new National Cultural Policy, Revive,  is a major show of faith in the arts sector by the ...
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My MEAA Story: Luke Plumb

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Luke Plumb is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer based in Tasmania who has been a member of Musicians Australia since ...
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Erin Madeley to be next MEAA Chief Executive

Erin Madeley will succeed Paul Murphy as the Chief Executive of the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance ...
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Renewal at the top of Australia’s union for media, entertainment and arts workers

The MEAA Federal Council will have a fresh look with 43 new delegates and a change of leadership at the ...
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Gold honours for SOMA stalwarts

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Two long-standing stalwarts of the Symphony Orchestra Musicians Association have been awarded Gold Honour Badges at MEAA’s Federal Council ...
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Ready to deal with whatever challenges come our way

MEAA has not allowed COVID to distract from the opportunities available to build a stronger and better union, says Federal ...
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The COVID-19 vaccination and your rights at work

As the vaccination roll-out continues across Australia, we know that thousands of MEAA members have opted to be vaccinated ...
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My MEAA story: Ruth Hazleton

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Ruth Hazleton is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has been a driving force in the creation and growth of ...
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Live performance COVID-19 guidelines released

Important new guidelines have been released to guide the resumption of live performances across Australia ...
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