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Coalition believes manufacturing still has a future in Australia despite Electrolux decision to shut...

More than 500 people working at the Electrolux manufacturing plant in Orange, NSW stand to lose their jobs after the company’s board in Sweden...

AMWU seeks long term assurances regarding government defence shipbuilding program

The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union has called for long term government assurances regarding the scale and extent of the work done by domestic skilled...

Railway union officials blindsided by Aurizon’s decision to sack 84 Redbank workers

A third and most significant round of redundancies has been announced by Aurizon, formerly QR National, since the company was privatized under the Bligh...

Macfarlane says high Australian dollar still continues to hurt manufacturing

Federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane said the biggest issue that continues to hurt Australia’s manufacturing industry is the country’s high dollar, while also admitting...

Union members asked to show support to keep Electrolux producing in Orange

All members of the Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union (AMWU) are being invited to join the community of Orange, NSW in the fight to keep...

Union disappointed over denial to issue emergency safeguards for food processing sector

The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union (AMWU) has expressed its disappointment over the Productivity Commission’s decision to deny tariffs against imported processed tomato and fruit...

Thousands of new manufacturing jobs at risk if Government axes Clean Energy Finance Corporation

The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union is urging the Federal Government to rethink the abolishing of the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, after the government-owned organisation...

AMWU fights for members’ jobs as Aurizon tries to replace them with casual labour

The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union is standing by AMWU members employed by rail freight company Aurizon which is trying to replace long-term employees with...

Future Holden Commodore will likely be manufactured with more foreign parts

Holden employees who were let go last week have revealed that at least 50 more people from the purchasing and administration departments in Port...

Union welcomes Government’s commitment to Trade Training Centres

The Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (AMWU) has welcomed the Government’s continued commitment to funding its Trade Training Centres. AMWU National President Andrew Dettmer believes the TTCs...
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