|Issue No 20||02 July 1999|
Currawong Spots Up For Grabs
You've seen the stories, now visit Currawong! Some vacancies still exist for weekends in July and August and there are lots of openings during the week.
For the remainder of 1999 there are also special mid-week packages for just $150 for a full cottage. Available for union members and their families.
For more information contact Dave or Margaret on 9974 4141 or fax them on 9974 1328.
Interview: They’re Not All Bastards
The Australian Industry Group’s Roger Boland is one employer representative who believes trade unions will continue to play an important role in the economy - and society - of the future.
Unions: Always the Pay is No Good
Fair Wear's campaign for clothing industry homeworkers is changing the way we think about consuming.
History: A Refreshing Advance
Women workers organising in the NSW Rail and Tramways Department Refreshment Rooms in the 1920s.
International: MAI Back on the Agenda
After being ditched in the wake of an international cyber-protest, the World Trade Organisation is trying to salvage the MAI from the ashes.
International: Courage Against the Odds
A Cuban trade union leader urges for a 30 year blockade to be lifted, with a fundraiser to be held this Thursday.
Review: Without You I'm Nothing
British pop music doesnt come any better than Placebo.
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