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Health and safety alert: Working in hazardous air quality conditions

Due to bush fires, the air quality index is rated hazardous in all but three regions in NSW. In parts ...
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Working together to win

On Saturday, we were hoping to see a government elected that would make it easier for members to bargain collectively ...
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MEAA’s Federal Council meeting Feb 23-24

MEAA’s Federal Council, which is the key decision-making body of the union, will hold its biennial face-to-face meeting in Sydney ...
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2016: the year in review

A look back at MEAA’s highlights from the past 12 months ...
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MEAA donates computers to assist Tongan youth

MEAA has donated computers to a Tongan charity helping young people find work ...
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Tributes flow for ‘Little Pattie’

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Small in stature, but a giant of the labour movement, former MEAA federal president Patricia Amphlett has been awarded a ...
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New directions set at federal council

MEAA’S federal council has endorsed a new three-year strategic plan for the union with a focus on membership growth and ...
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Focus on campaigning is crucial for the future

The 2014-15 year was one of consolidation and rebuilding, reports MEAA Chief Executive Officer Paul Murphy ...
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MEAA condemns data retention bill and Brandis’ comments on journalist prosecutions

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MEAA has condemned the proposed Telecommunications (Interceptions and Access) Amendment (Data Retention) Bill 2014 as an outrageous attack on press ...
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Musician’s Alliance launches fair trade recognition for industry players

The Australian Freelance Musician’s Alliance (AFMA) is launching a Fair Trade campaign that will recognise businesses, venues, organisations, agents and ...
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