North Australian Workers' Union

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North Australian Workers' Union was a trade union in the Northern Territory between 1927 to 1972.

It was a publisher of a newsletter in Darwin, Northern Territory the Northern Standard[1]

It also was involved in Aboriginal work on stations in the 1960s, [2][3]

It was deregistered in 1972, [4]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Federated Miscellaneous Workers' Union of Australia. North Australian Workers' Union Branch (1932), The Northern standard. [newsletter of the North Australian Workers' Union Branch (NAWU)], North Australian Workers' Union, retrieved 6 July 2017
  2. ^ Australia. Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Commission; Kirby, Richard, 1904-2001; North Australian Workers' Union; Australia. Cattle station industry (Northern Territory) award (1966), In the matter of Cattle Station Industry (Northern Territory) Award, 1951 : application by the North Australian Worker's Union to vary by deleting the exclusion concerning Aboriginals and domestic servants (Clauses 3 and 6) : judgment of the Commission, Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Commission, retrieved 6 July 2017
  3. ^ North Australian Workers' Union, applicant; Australia. Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Commission, Transcript of proceedings, Commonwealth Reporting Service, 1983, retrieved 6 July 2017
  4. ^ http://www.atua.org.au/biogs/ALE0666b.htm ATUA North Australian Workers Union (1927 - 1972)