Australia Post workers threaten another walkout

The union representing Australia Post workers in Queensland is threatening more stoppages next week if a dispute cannot be settled, reports ABC. “A row between workers and Australia Post has delayed the delivery of millions of letters and parcels. Union spokesman Cameron Thiele says members may walk off the job next Tuesday right up to Christmas,” said the news channel.

“Unfortunately next week if it’s not resolved, our members are pushing us to go, and next Tuesday they will all be out this time – it’s no mucking about, they all want to go,” Thiele told ABC.

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