Sides 'distance apart' as Metro mechanics strike drags on, committee hears

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Updated March 15 2024 - 1:16pm, first published November 21 2023 - 2:51pm
Metro Tasmania chief executive Katie Cooper has said she was disappointed with a mechanics' union decision to take industrial action. File picture
Metro Tasmania chief executive Katie Cooper has said she was disappointed with a mechanics' union decision to take industrial action. File picture

Opposition parliamentarians have used a committee hearing to stoke fears that ongoing industrial action by Metro Tasmania mechanics could lead to further bus service disruptions across the state.

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