In 1980 the Mosgiel Woollen Mill, a major employer in the Otago town of Mosgiel, went into receivership after operating for nearly 110 years. The factory was sold and manufacturing continued on-site, but on a smaller scale. The mill closed for good in 2000.
Watch this clip of mill workers and a union representative marching in the streets in 1980.
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