HOW SWEET IT IS: MORE JOBS FOR EX-AUTO WORKERS

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Wednesday, 17 May, 2017

Former automotive workers will help manufacture some of Australia’s most iconic confectionery, thanks to investments made by the Andrews Labor Government.

Visiting Prydes Confectionery in Broadmeadows today, Minister for Industry and Employment Wade Noonan and Member for Broadmeadows Frank McGuire announced the company would take on 50 new workers – with 11 positions identified for auto workers.

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Essendon legend Michael Long still making his Long Walk against racism

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Michael Long will address an economic and cultural development summit in Broadmeadows next week

It is 1995 and Michael Long stands alone in the gym at Windy Hill, the home of the Essendon Football Club, repeating mindless biceps curls and staring into a mirror. Essendon coach Kevin Sheedy ushers me into the grimy sanctuary, suggesting his star break his silence concerning the racial slur uttered against him in the dying minutes of a pulsating dr

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Royal Commission Considers Redress for Child Sexual Abuse Victims Next Week

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Recommendations on tackling sex abuse at religious, community groups must be implemented

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November 14, 2014 by Frank McGuire

 

Middle-aged men wept with joy. Women silenced by unspeakable crimes since they were girls raised three cheers for the Victorian Parliament a year ago, when I told survivors of child sexual abuse that bipartisan support had been secured to implement all recommendations from the landmark report, Betrayal of Trust.

Findings of the parliamentary inquiry revealed a cover-up that kill

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