The Transport Workers Union (TWU)—representing Qantas (QF) baggage handlers, caterers and ground staff union—has rejected a new pay offer from QF, setting the scene for more travel disruption (ATW Daily News, Oct. 19). There had been a lull in industrial action Down Under as three key unions representing baggage handlers, long-haul pilots and engineers reconsidered their strategy after the Australian government said it would weigh-in on the dispute. TWU has called for a ...

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