Marsden Pt workers feel abandoned by govt as job cuts loom
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Frustrated workers at Marsden Point feel abandoned by the government ahead of a vote over whether to cut hundreds of jobs. Shareholders will decide on Friday whether to stop processing oil at the country's only refinery and move to an import only set-up. Today workers had a union meeting to discuss next steps. Aanei te kai ripoata a Nita Blake-Persen.
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