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Protesters launch James Hardie vigil

August 17, 2018
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Protesters vow to stay put outside James Hardie’s Sydney’s plantuntil asbestos victims get fair compensation. (Sydney Morning Herald — 12 November, 2004)
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Negotiations to provide compensation for thousands of victims of James Hardie Industries asbestos products are facing collapse after the ACTU issued a Monday deadline for the company to reach agreement. (The Australian — 17 hours ago)
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Negotiations to provide compensation for thousands of future victims of James Hardie Industries asbestos products face possible collapse after the ACTU issued the company with a Monday deadline to reach agreement. (The Courier-Mail — 17 hours ago)
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Building products company CSR Ltd has subpoened documents from James Hardie Industries as it seeks avenues for legal action to force the company to share a greater burden of asbestos compensation payouts. (The Courier-Mail — 10 November, 2004)
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Csr said it had subpoenaed documents from James Hardie Industries as it sought avenues for legal action to force the company to share a greater burden of asbestos compensation payouts. (The Courier-Mail — 10 November, 2004)
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Councils around Australia went to water yesterday, backing away from a boycott of James Hardie products after the competition watchdog warned the protest could leave them open to legal action from the disgraced asbestos giant. (The Courier-Mail — 10 November, 2004)
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More than 100 protesters have launched a new campaign for asbestos victims outside James Hardies manufacturing plant in western Sydney Asbestos victims and union representatives say todays protes (ABC News — 12 November, 2004)
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Local council leaders yesterday backed away from a national ban on James Hardie products after the corporate watchdog warned such a move could breach trade practice laws. (The Australian — 10 November, 2004)
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