Workers at Vista Paper Products

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Workers at Vista Paper Products, in the outer Sydney suburb of Emu Plains, continue to maintain their picket 17 weeks after management sacked 70 workers for refusing to work longer hours for less pay and to give up the right to negotiate through their union, the Printing and Kindred Industries Union. Next week's Green Left will feature an interview with workers on the picket line. Donations and messages of support should be sent to: Vista Pulp and Paper Lockout Fund, c/- PKIU Federal Office, 594-596 Crown St, Surry Hills NSW 2010.

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