LABOR ACCUSED OF NEGLECTING KURRI SMELTER WORKERS
June 26, 2012 at 5:05 pm
Reports the Prime Minister will announce a $42-million rescue package for a troubled aluminium smelter in Victoria have been labelled a “kick in the guts” to the Hunter’s manufacturing industry.
Local MPs are outraged, claiming nothing was done to save more than 300 jobs when Hydro confirmed its Kurri plant would shut down.
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