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Australia’s beloved Commodore is under threat.

Breaking: GM announces plans to replace Commodore - 22 Feb 2012.

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Help us keep this iconic Australian car, designed, engineered and built in Australia, by Australians for Australians.

We are calling on all lovers of this great Australian family car to help our engineers save their jobs and save our Commodore.

And despite what some people are saying the level of Government subsidy for designing and producing cars in a Australia is relatively low.

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Economy at risk of 'brain drain' with loss of 300 Holden engineers

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Section: Media Releases

Professionals Australia's Victorian Director Sharelle Herrington, has expressed her “utter disappointment” at news that 300 Holden engineers stand to lose their jobs by the end of the year.

It's time for Holden to commit to keeping engineering in Australia beyond 2017.

Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Section: Media Releases

Professionals Australia has renewed its call for Holden to commit to keeping engineering operations in Australia, on the back of the company's announcement to maintain its Proving Ground beyond 2017.

Chris Walton calls for urgent action on auto engineering

Sunday, 15 December 2013

Section: Latest News

In light of Holden's announcement to close manufacturing in 2017, Chris Walton says there's still time for governments, businesses and unions to work together to keep auto engineering in Australia.

Governments Failed Holden Engineers

Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Section: Latest News

Holden announced yesterday that some of the very best jobs in Australia will be cut, including many of our engineering members.

Abbott's Arrogance Causes Devastating Day for Australian Engineering

Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Section: Media Releases

Some of Australia's best jobs will be cut thanks to the refusal of the Abbott government to help Holden retain its engineering capacity.

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