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*** MEDIA ALERT *** CFMEU this morning at Parliament House, Canberra

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*** MEDIA ALERT ***

 

Who: CFMEU National Secretary Zach Smith and former stonemason Kyle Goodwin, who has incurable silicosis from working with engineered stone

What: Media conference calling on all governments to lock in a ban on the import, use and manufacture of engineered stone ahead of Wednesday afternoon’s ministerial meeting

When: Wednesday December 13, 9.30am

Where: Mural Hall, Parliament House, Canberra


Contact details:

Matt Coughlan 0400 561 480 / matt@hortonadvisory.com.au

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