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TOUGH CALL: Ross Blacklock says the training subsidy cut will have significant ramifications for his electrical contracting business. Photo: Grant Currall

Electrical contractors tip higher building costs as training cash slashed

The construction industry wants miners to pay to help maintain apprentice subsidies in the state.

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