MARINERS Lodge, Batemans Bay, and the Adelaide Hotel, Moruya, are the local venues for the ACTU's national Sky Channel hook-up and rally against the Howard Government's industrial relations laws tomorrow.
A year ago, hundreds of thousands of Australians took to the streets and filled local venues all over the country to demonstrate their disapproval of these changes.
The government used its Senate majority to push through the laws earlier this year.
The ACTU claims that since the IR laws came into effect, wages have stagnated while living costs like interest rates, food and transport have increased.
"At the same time, job security has been undermined by these changes to Australia's workplace laws," a spokesman said.
"In the lead-up to the next Federal election, the ACTU and local groups like the Eurobodalla Your Rights @ Work Committee will be working to inform the community and the government that there is a serious human impact of these laws that cannot be ignored. We intend to show both sides of politics that rights at work are human and democratic rights and as such are worth fighting for."