Miners reject Labor's plan for AWAs

The visit to Western Australia by deputy federal Labor leader Julia Gillard last week has done little to quell fears among the business community, particularly the mining sector, that scrapping Australian Workplace Agreements would lead to increased industrial action at the hands of a more powerful union movement.


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