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Western Power employees face anxious wait

The Electrical Trades Union is hitting out at Western Power over its move to axe another 175 jobs.

It follows the state-owned utility cutting 326 jobs in June focusing on transforming the business for long-term sustainability ahead of its possible sale by the State Government.

Les McLaughlan from the ETA WA says the employees are fearing for their futures.

He spoke with Adam Shand.

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