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Woodside offshore workers consider strike

ENERGY giant Woodside may see its offshore employees walk away from work on multiple offshore platforms after Offshore Alliance (OA) union members applied for a protected action ballot in the Fair Work Commission this week.

Woodside offshore workers consider strike

The OA said workers from Goodwyn Alpha, North Rankin Complex and Angel Platform located off the coast of north-west Western Australia will vote on whether to strike over an enterprise bargaining agreement...

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