Assemble 11.30am Finlayson Way Devonport
for March to East Devonport
BBQ, Speeches and activities
Tarleton Road East Devonport Park
Tasmania join us in remembering 3 years on from our fight for The Alexander Spirit
3 years ago, the Abbott/Turnbull Government stood by and did nothing whilst the Alexander spirit, Tasmania’s last Australian crewed fuel tanker, was sold to Singapore and all of its Australian workers sacked Stand up for Australian jobs Guest speaker Sally McManus ACTU Secretary Saturday 21st July 2018 11:30am assemble from Finlayson way Devonport to march to East Devonport, BBQ, speeches and family activities Tarleton road East Devonport park
Devonport, TAS 7310
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