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1St/2Nd Year Apprentice Carpenter/plasterer Req


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Hey guys, looking for an apprentice who has own transport and is reliable for full time work as a carpenter or plasterer. Our work is generally in eastern suburbs and we do some city work aswell. If anyone is interested pm me. Cheers Pete.

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