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MEDIA ALERT: TRADE UNION ‘YES’ CAMPAIGN PICTURE OPPORTUNITY

Unions NSW < 1 mins read

***Media Alert***
*Picture/filming opportunity 

Trade unionists will be joined by leading ‘Yes’ campaigner, Thomas Mayo, for a phone bank campaign session. Media are invited to attend to shoot footage of the campaigning.

What: trade union phone canvassing for ‘Yes’
Where: Sydney Trades Hall, 377-383 Sussex Street, Sydney 
When: 1730 today
Contact: Nick Lucchinelli 0422 229032

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