09/11/2012

Employees Go Back To Work Following Protest

Workers have gone back to work after holding a protest outside the Great Island power station in County Wexford.

Over 60 employees took part in the protest over the possibility that some of them would be replaced by a Spanish scaffolding contractor.

However, an agreement was made in a meeting yesterday and the workers returned this morning.

(CD/GK)

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