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ANGER: ANNA GONCALVES (FOREGROUND) AND MEMBERS OF THE FISHING INDUSTRY WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION PROTESTED OUSIDE PARLAIMENT HOUSE THIS WEEK AGAINST CHANGES TO THE RULES GOVERNING THE ROCK LOBSTER INDUSTRY. PHOTO: GRANT CURRALL

Fishing group targets premier

THE Fishing Industry Women's Association of WA (FIWA) is poised to take a class action against the state for changes to the rules governing the rock lobster industry.

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