In 1983 the Australian shearing industry was torn apart by the wide comb dispute and the ensuing 10 week strike that followed. The offending combs had been introduced by New Zealanders who were weaker union supporters. In 1984, Australia became the last country in the world to permit the use of wide combs, due to previous Australian Workers' Union rulings.
October 13th, 2015
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