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No lockdown at Roy Hill

ROY Hill has slammed claims by the Mining and Energy Union that it was locking up miners at its Gateway Village near Port Hedland and barring them from visiting town, declaring the temporary measures were there to minimise movement of fly-in, fly-off workers to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spread in the community, in the face of a local outbreak.

 Gateway Village digs

Gateway Village digs

Mining and Energy Union Western Australia district secretary Greg Busson said he had received calls from people in deep distress after Roy Hill issued a fresh edict to restrict workers to camp. Busson...

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