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Most of the workers building BHP Billiton's new rail line in Port Hedland have returned to work this morning after the company stopped work for safety reasons.
It is understood workers on the Rapid Growth Project 5 were sent home earlier this week after one of the contractors failed to meet BHP's health and safety requirements.
In a statement, BHP says the situation has now been resolved and many of the employees have returned to work.
The rail lines will run from Port Hedland to Redmont, a distance of about 200 kilometres.
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