CANBERRA – A new contract for more than 8,000 Holden Ltd. workers will see pay rise more than 18% over four years. There will be increases of 5% in each of the first two years of the pact followed by increases of 4% in each of the last two years. The agreement has been accepted by union shop stewards and will be voted on by rank and file members early next year. No details have been announced officially but union and industry sources say the contract also breaks new ground with an ...

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