MELBOURNE – Steel deliveries resume here June 12 as riot police on horseback break through a union blockade at BHP Steel's Western Port factory. One striking worker and one police officer were injured slightly in the standoff. However, there were no arrests, a published report says. A BHP spokesman says trucks have begun delivering 400 tons (363 t) of steel to customers for the first time in three weeks. About 300 members of the Electrical Trades Union and the Australian Mfg. Workers ...

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