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Worker worries

SO WESTERN Australia’s hard border is staying indefinitely. One mining group believes the state’s government needs to move to address the worker shortages the hard border is exacerbating as a matter of urgency.

Pressures are mounting on WA's mining workforce.

Pressures are mounting on WA's mining workforce.

Association of Mining and Exploration Companies CEO Warren Pearce said while WA premier Mark McGowan's announcement of the February 5 hard border reopening date being scrapped was a shock it was largely...

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