For the second time in three weeks, a community assembly stopped work at the Port Campbell Woodside Gas Plant construction site in regional Victoria on November 10. People came from Portland, Hamilton, Warrnambool, Geelong and Melbourne to support workers at the site in their campaign against the thuggery of industrial relations consultant Colin Milne. Milne has sacked 150 workers to get rid of union delegates and health and safety representatives, and threatened to sack 10 electricians if they didn't agree to work a six-day week.
Community stands up to industrial bully
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