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Building Construction, Government Federal

***MEDIA ALERT 7.45am Thursday 17th August***

CFMEU Construction & General Division < 1 mins read

WHAT: Construction workers will march from Queen’s Gardens at 7.15am to the Brisbane Convention Centre where the ALP NATIONAL CONFERENCE is taking place for speeches at 7.45am

WHEN: 7.45am

WHERE: The Brisbane Convention Centre where the ALP NATIONAL CONFERENCE is taking place

WHY: Speeches will focus on 2 CFMEU Campaigns: One is called ‘End the Housing Crisis, Tax Super Profits’, and the second is called ‘Stop This Killer Stone’

WHO: Members of the CFMEU Construction & General Division will march to hear Zach Smith, National Secretary of the CFMEU, and others.

Contact: Zach Smith 0405 285 547

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