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ALERT: AWU to respond to Qld youth detention workers pay offer

Australian Workers' Union (Queensland) < 1 mins read

AWU MEDIA ALERT:

Queensland AWU Secretary Stacey Schinnerl will hold a press conference outside Brisbane Youth Detention Centre today to announce whether workers in Queensland’s three youth detention centres will accept the Government’s latest pay offer.

When: 12:30pm today (Wednesday 23rd August 2023)

Where: Outside Brisbane Youth Detention Centre (99 Wolston Park Road, Wacol)

Media Contact: Joey Kaiser (Australian Workers’ Union) - 0401 098 484

If you can’t attend but would like to arrange an interview, contact Joey on 0401 098 484

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