Ambulance officers step up strike, refuse to attend events

Press Release – First Union

From 17 December 2016 more than 800 Ambulance professionals in the North Island will undertake an events ban and refuse to provide cover for summer events like Christmas in the Park. Read more »

Four Unions Reach Agreement with St John NZ

Press Release – St John

Following seven months of negotiation, Amalgamated Workers Union New Zealand Southern Incorporated (AWUNZ), Central Amalgamated Workers Union Incorporated (CAWU), New Zealand Ambulance Association (NZAA), Ambulance Officers Workplace Union Incorporated … Read more »

One small step for Caregivers, one giant step for Womankind

Press Release – New Zealand Nurses Organisation

NZNO commends the New Zealand government for setting an international precedent by today agreeing a pathway for New Zealanders to achieve equal pay between various traditionally male and female jobs. Read more »

Rail Union and Dunedin Railways Reach Agreement

Press Release – Joint Media Statement

Dunedin Railways and the Rail and Maritime Transport Union (RMTU) have concluded negotiations today with a ratified collective employment agreement. Read more »

Airwork sale extended as RIFA seeks regulator approval

Article – BusinessDesk

Nov. 8 (BusinessDesk) – Airwork Holdings, the Auckland-based aircraft services business, has received a second takeover notice for the proposed partial takeover by Zhejiang Rifa Holding Group in a move that gives the Chinese group more time to get the backing … Read more »

DHBs make ‘world leading’ offer to settle doctors’ dispute

Press Release – DHB Shared Services

DHBs today formally made an offer to the RDA, the union representing registered medical officers (RMOs). The DHBs expected their offer to settle the dispute with the union because it addresses all the health and safety issues raised by the union. Read more »

Indian Oil Corp. senior executives explore collaborations

Press Release – India New Zealand Business Council

The India New Zealand Business Council [INZBC] again has taken lead in organizing a study tour for senior ranking delegates from Indias Largest Oil & Gas company, the Indian Oil Corporation. Read more »

RCEP patent clauses lack compassion says PHA

Press Release – Public Health Association

Health organisations call on trade ministers to reject provisions that would negatively affect access to generic medicines in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership agreement. Read more »

Resident Doctors give back to communities whilst on strike

Press Release – New Zealand Resident Doctors Association

The recent 48-hour strike by resident doctors saw NZRDA members take the opportunity to participate in a number of positive activities across the country. Read more »

Any Hospital Issues Sit With Govt During Strike

Press Release – New Zealand First Party

The government must take responsibility for hospital problems around the country resulting from the 48 hour junior doctors strike, says New Zealand First. Read more »

Canterbury DHB prepared for next week’s planned RDA strike

Press Release – Canterbury District Health Board

Members of the New Zealand Resident Doctors Association (RDA) will go on strike from 7am on 18 October until 7am on 20 October. Read more »

MWU mourns the loss of Helen Kelly

Press Release – Meat Workers Union

The passing of Helen Kelly is deeply mourned by Meat Workers Union members across New Zealand. Helen worked tirelessly for our members, says MWU National Secretary Graham Cooke. She lent so much hope and inspiration to us and to the union movement, … Read more »

The loss of a compassionate warrior

Press Release – Association of Salaried Medical Specialists

Helen Kelly was a compassionate warrior who fought for the rights of ordinary working New Zealanders, and she will be greatly missed, says Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS). Read more »

E tū pays tribute to Helen Kelly

Press Release – E Tu

Helen was a visionary and an inspiration. Her legendary leadership, fierce determination and brilliant ideas will have an everlasting impact on workers in Aotearoa. Read more »

Helen Kelly leaves a great legacy for women

Press Release – NZNO

NZNO in deep sadness today join with all other CTU affiliates and thousands of people who knew Helen Kelly and the great work she has done for a very long time on behalf of working people in New Zealand. Read more »

Helen Kelly Condolences

Press Release – Employers And Manufacturers Association

“We were often on opposite sides of the argument. However, we had deep respect for Helen and her work,” says Kim Campbell, CEO, EMA. Read more »

Human Rights Commission pays tribute to Helen Kelly

Press Release – Human Rights Commission

The Human Rights Commission has paid tribute to former CTU President Helen Kelly who died today. Read more »

Community they can still access care during strike

Press Release – Taranaki District Health Board

Taranaki District Health Board is reassuring the public that they will still be able to access healthcare during the planned resident doctors strikes. Read more »

ASMS advice for hospital specialists during planned strike

Press Release – Association of Salaried Medical Specialists

The union for senior doctors and dentists working in public hospitals is advising members of their ethical and legal obligations if the two-day strike planned by the union representing doctors in training goes ahead. The Association of Salaried Medical … Read more »

Aeotea Maersk Arrives in New Zealand

Press Release – Aotea Maersk

Kotahi Chief Executive David Ross, Transport Minister Hon Simon Bridges, Port of Tauranga Chief Executive Mark Cairns Maersk Line Oceania Managing Director Gerard Morrison, and welcome the Aotea Maersk at Port of Tauranga. Photo supplied by Bruce … Read more »

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