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AustralianPrinter Daily Newsletter Tuesday 28 May 2019  
 
 

EDITOR'S NOTE

With the dust settled from the recent election win, the AMWU, PIAA, RMC, and Ai Group have laid out their hopes and expectations, while the transition from paper to online Naplan tests has seen students suffer

 

NEWS

AMWU to fight for Graphic Arts Award increase

Paul Brescia  |  28 May 2019

Fast food employees entitled to higher starting rate than printers

  AMWU to fight for Graphic Arts Award increase
 
Paper prevails for Naplan testing

Paul Brescia  |  28 May 2019

Thousands of students around the country forced to redo exams, while pen and paper peers face no issues

  Paper prevails for Naplan testing
 
Associations reveal election win expectations

Paul Brescia  |  28 May 2019

PIAA, RMC, and Ai Group look to work with Coalition nationally to achieve goals

  Associations reveal election win expectations
 

FEATURES

Denial is not just a river in Egypt

Staff writer  |  24 May 2019

Take a considered, and step by step approach when terminating workers

  Denial is not just a river in Egypt
 
Women in Print: Jacobena Mills

Paul Brescia  |  24 May 2019

From managing exhibitions in Wellington to writing music for Sony artists in London, Mills ...

  Women in Print: Jacobena Mills
 
South Australia's rural printers shortchanged

Paul Brescia  |  8 Apr 2019

South Australia's rural apprentices are getting left behind, with no current access to the ...

  South Australia's rural printers shortchanged
 

REVIEWS

Cutting to the point

Paul Brescia  |  24 May 2019

Investing in automated cutting removes the need for manual labour while opening up new products ...

  Cutting to the point
 
Digital disruption demands diligent decision making

Paul Brescia  |  24 Apr 2019

With many options on the market, print providers need to select the option that opens up added ...

  Digital disruption demands diligent decision making
 
Riding print's freeway

Staff writer  |  19 Feb 2019

Is your production workflow a smooth flowing freeway or a clogged inner-city arterial?

  Riding print's freeway
 

MOST READ

Lindsay Yates creditors meeting today
Xante chooses AGS for Australia
Correction - MBO Ownership & Administration
Flint consolidates Australian operations
Robinson wins Graduate of the Year award
 
 
 
 
 
 

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