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AMWU: Navantia contract could “sink” 640 shipbuilding jobs in Adelaide

The Turnbull Government’s announcement that Spanish shipbuilder Navantia will construct Australia’s two supply ships has provoked a storm of criticism from the AMWU, which...

AMWU celebrates subs triumph for Australian shipbuilders

AMWU members are celebrating the announcement that French firm DCNS would build 12 new submarines in Adelaide, which comes after the Union’s lengthy campaign...

South Australia wins historic submarine contract

Australia’s next generation of submarines will be built at the Adelaide shipyard, Prime Minister Turnbull announced on Monday. The announcement  follows the Defence White Paper confirmation...

AMWU welcomes OPV home build announcement, demands reassurances over subs deal

The AMWU has welcomed the Government’s decision to build Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs) locally, but maintained that only a guaranteed involvement in the build...

Turnbull Government’s announcement for Australia’s multi-billion defence programs produces mixed reactions

South Australian Manufacturing and Innovation Minister Kyam Maher has reacted on yesterday’s announcement of the build locations for the Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV) program,...

12 Offshore Patrol Vessels will to be built in Adelaide, Prime Minister Turnbull says

The Turnbull Government has announced the build locations for 12 Offshore Patrol Vessels and up to 21 Pacific Patrol Boats, in addition to nine...

Techport to undergo wharf expansion

The South Australia Government has sanctioned a multi-million dollar expansion of its Techport facility to expand its wharf by 22 meters and permit two...

Australia’s submarine fleet must be built locally, Minister D’Ambrosio says

The Andrews Labor Government has called on the Prime Minister to commit to building the Navy’s 12 new submarines outlined in the Defence White...

Prime Minister Abbott visits Austal’s shipyard in WA

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott visited Austal’s Western Australian Shipyard on Friday in a tour that included the inspection of the construction of two...

Victorian Premier calls for immediate action to avert shipbuilding industry disaster

The Andrews Labor Government has warned Prime Minister Tony Abbott that 800 shipbuilding jobs will be lost if the Federal Government does nothing to...
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