By a curious sequence of coincidences I was actually in Perth the Day that the Interzone people were locked out. (I’m from Dublin)
I stood outside the offices and discussed the situation with the people who had not been paid for months and who were struggling to pay their rent. The company even had someone pretend to have the authority to remove them from the industrial estate where they were standing….all covered by the local papers and also TV stations.
The truth of the matter is that they were treated appallingly and I would not rush to apply for a job with this "new" company.
There may still be several legal cases to face in Australia, including non payment of compulsory employee entitlements to the taxation office….