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Gujurat workers call on Joe Hockey to show some heart

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Section: Media Releases

Gujurat Mine workers have called on Treasurer Joe Hockey to show some heart and use $8 million owed by Jindal Steel to the ATO, to pay workers who have not been paid for five weeks.

Our Auto Industry's Culture of Innovation is Worth Paying For

Friday, 24 May 2013

Section: Latest News

Nothing worthwhile comes easy. Every father has uttered those words to their kids yet it is amazing how many times these words need to be reiterated to us in adult life.

Professionals Australia launches ENGAGE campaign

Monday, 22 April 2013

Section: Latest News

Professionals Australia will campaign for a dramatic 20 per cent increase in Australia's infrastructure investment at no additional cost, with the official launch of Professionals Australia's ENGAGE campaign today.

Industry Plan Creates New Opportunities for Mining States

Sunday, 17 February 2013

Section: Media Releases

The Federal Government's $1 billion industry package creates new opportunities for Australia's mining states to do more for their local engineering industries.

City of Perth Members Negotiate New Progression Standards for Engineers

Thursday, 29 November 2012

Section: Latest News

In June 2012, the City of Perth wrote to Professionals Australia to advise that they were seeking to abolish long standing progression standards for professional engineers.

Imported pharmacists relieve rural WA workforce crisis

Thursday, 20 September 2012

Section: Latest News

In this guest column, Georgia Bolden-Strestik a pharmacist with 15 years' experience and managing director of Pharmacy Links, discusses the implications of pharmacist shortages in rural WA.

WA sends SOS - Save Our Services

Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Section: Latest News

APESMA's WA branch has joined the Save Our Services (SOS) campaign in response to the Barnett Government's plan to reduce the quality of public services in WA.

Water Corporation moves goalposts

Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Section: Latest News

Last year Water Corporation acknowledged that there was a problem with pay for technical professionals, Professionals Australia has now responded to flaws in a recent report into the matter.

BHP Scale Back Rumours Means WA Government Must Act

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Section: Media Releases

West Australia has not done enough to prepare for a possible downturn in the mining boom with rampant rumours circling the state that BHP is set to delay several projects.

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