Rio drivers plan more strike action

Unionised train drivers working for Rio Tinto's Pilbara operations are planning another round of strike action next week.


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With the world in such an economic mess, the selfish attitude of the unions is beyond comprehension. Sadly they are aided and abetted by the Federal Minister who is completely out of her depth with her brief and seemingly singing from an ideological song sheet. Amazing how 16 years of industrial peace has been so comprehensively destroyed and, at an expense that will cost the entire nation, not to mention the many individuals who are about to lose their jobs. The labor party needs to release the union shackles and individual members ought to be elected on their individual merits as opposed to the union ticket.

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