Toll pleads its case in Coles dispute

Toll pleads its case in Coles dispute

Members of the National Union of Workers (NUW) are continuing the protest at the Coles warehouse at Somerton inMelbourne’s north, despite a Supreme Court order against them. Toll in the meantime has published an open letter explaining its case.

The blockade at the warehouse has shut it down for a week now, with about 100 workers maintaining a picket line.

The ABC reports that members of the Australian Nurses Federation have joined the protest in a show of support.

The court order named the union and 25 individuals, stating they could not prevent trucks or people from entering or leaving the warehouse site for the next two days.

The parties are expected back in the Supreme Court on Wednesday.

The union case

The National Union of Workers says this strike is about

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