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A strike by more than 280 workers has brought construction work on the Perth-to-Mandurah rail line to a standstill.
The workers have defied an Industrial Relations Commission (IRC) order to return to work and have voted to remain on strike until Thursday.
State secretary of the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) Jo McDonald says the workers are demanding to be paid double time for nightshifts, but contractor Leighton is only offering a 5 per cent loading.
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