Rail workers plan 24-hour stoppage

AURIZON rail workers will hold a 24-hour stoppage on Friday in Bluff (near Blackwater), Stanwell, Callemondah (Gladstone) and Pring (near Bowen) depots.

Two more stoppages will take place on February 23 in Jilalan, near Sarina, and Coppabella, west of Mackay, depots.

Rail Tram and Bus Union Queensland state secretary Owen Doogan said the workers were campaigning for a fair deal from the company.

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