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ATS CEO fronts court

Shayal Devi
Tuesday, February 06, 2018

AIR Terminal Services (ATS) acting CEO Hare Mani appeared before the Nadi Magistrates Court yesterday for an alleged contempt of court matter.

The matter was brought to court by ATS union members represented by Kevueli Tunidau.

They alleged that Mr Mani disobeyed a court injunction issued on November 7 last year to stop the eviction of employees of the Federated Airlines Staff Association (FASA) and the ATS Employees Trust (ATSET) from their offices.

The injunction was to have ended on January 22 this year.

However, Mr Mani allegedly signed a memo to lock out workers on December 16, 2017.

Submissions were put together during the committal hearing in Nadi yesterday, with Mr Mani's counsel asking for a withdrawal of the case.

This was opposed by Kevueli Tunidau, who represented FASA.

Final affidavits are presently being put together for submission.

The case will be called again on March 16.

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