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Accusation fly over NBN asbestos exposure MP3

Accusation are flying over who is to blame for asbestos exposure during the roll out of the NBN network. The Government insists Telstra must take full responsibility; some unions say the NBN Co is at fault. One subcontractor has told the World Today that the pressure to get the job done quickly and cheaply means safety standards are being routinely ignored. Source: abc.net.au

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