DEFIANT workers protest the proposed industrial relations changes outside the Murwillumbah Services Club.
DEFIANT workers protest the proposed industrial relations changes outside the Murwillumbah Services Club.

POWER TO THE PEOPLE



HUNDREDS of thousands of workers took to the streets of cities and towns across Australia yesterday, answering a call to arms in the union-led campaign against industrial relations reforms. Workers across the country vowed to continue to fight the Government's Work Choices proposals saying they would undermine the social fabric of Australian society, and the Aussie ideal of a fair go for all. Meanwhile, Tweed workers' passions were inflamed with large crowds turning out to rallies at the Coolangatta Tweed Golf Club and Murwillumbah Services Club.



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