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22 March 2019: Today the TWU NSW Branch at Parramatta is moving to our new premises at 22 John Hines Avenue Minchinbury. From midday today, Friday 22nd March, IT and phone services will be very limited as we move to the new building. We plan to have most services up and running by Monday morning. If you require assistance during this time please contact your TWU workplace delegate or Organiser. We hope to see you at our new building soon!
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