The United Firefighters Union of Australia was officially registered on August 1, 1990, the culmination of a protracted battle which spanned more than 20 years. The UFUA was originally registered in 1964 by the Deputy Industrial Registrar of the Conciliation and Arbitration Commission. But success … Continue Reading
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The Australian Firefighter Magazine
The latest edition of the Australian Firefighter magazine is now available to download. Click to download The Australian Firefighter Magazine Spring 2014 (PDF download—you can also right click to save-as to your computer). National Secretary Peter Marshall summarises his latest report by saying: “firefighters are firefighters and we need more of them”.
Click here to download Volume 51 Issue 2 The Australian Firefighter Magazine.