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No sign of breakthrough in ambulance dispute MP3

Paramedics in regional Victoria say they're becoming disillusioned over an industrial dispute that's been dragging on for nine months, and with no sign of a resolution yet in sight. The paramedics and Ambulance Victoria management are trying to conclude enterprise bargaining agreement negotiations. Source: abc.net.au

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