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Workers stage rally over Pluto plans

Up to 2,000 workers from Woodside Petroleum's $12 billion Pluto project have taken to the streets of Karratha to demonstrate their anger over the company's plans to implement a "motelling" arrangement.

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Perth
What an amazing coincidence that a new gas field is found ten minutes after a strike is announced.

melbourne
They say doing this motelling will create another 25 percent work force, it would have been a better idea to put another camp in when the unemployment rate was so high, it would of created 500 hundred jobs when we needed it.....

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