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Trades and Labor Council of Queensland
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Songs on the waterfront

  • F3892
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  • 1998

VHS video cassette, colour footage with sound, 18 minutes, of a documentary titled 'MUA picket - Brisbane - April 1998'. Features footage from the Australian waterfront dispute involving the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) and the Patrick Corporation at the Port of Brisbane in 1998. Scenes of people, presumably MUA members, singing and chanting, accompanied by music by Canto Coro and Jumping Fences, taken at Camp Solidarity on 27 April 1998, are interspliced with scenes of interviews conducted at Camp Unity on 21 April 1998. Interviewees include Jeff Langdon, one of the organisers for MUA's southern Queensland branch at the time, and Greg Spilsbury, credited as an environmental consultant. End credits list Spontaneous Productions as producer, Justo Diaz as director and Russell (Russ) Hermann as editor.

Spontaneous Productions

Topic of Capricorn, March 1986 newsletter no. 21.

Issue of "The Tropic of Capricorn", the newsletter of Capricorn Conservation Council. The front of the newsletter describes it as "March, 1986 edition, Newsletter No 21, Registered Publication No. QBH 37509". The front page is a full-page hand drawing of a waterhole surrounded by trees with mountains in the distance, and various native fauna, with text superimposed over it. It has a sticker with the direction "Trades and Labour Council of Qld" and the name of the General Secretary and mailing address. The articles describe various locations in Australia and give updates on the activity concerning them, whether deemed to be harmful or not to the environment.

Australian Conservation Foundation

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