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Action continues in Metals dispute (Corrects)

April 28, 2005

Media Release

Corrects earlier

Action continues in Metals dispute

Our earlier release stated that “Auckland workers will hold a picket in Te Atatu, and at least 12 companies will be on strike”.

This is incorrect and should have read: “Auckland workers will hold a picket in Rosebank Road, Avondale, and at least 12 companies will be on strike”.

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