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Rivals, skills shortage to test a man’s mettle

Huge quarries, construction and the railway keep Goulburn’s engineering workshops busy these days in a cut-throat industry. Not that long ago, Goulburn Engineering owner Rob Wallace almost went broke. A competitor was under-cutting him on every job. “I don’t know whether it was him, but some of his employees quite plainly said they were going […]
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