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National Roster for Branch Stopwork Meetings

Tuesday-Thursday,18-20 June

The PPTA National Executive directs that all branches hold two-hour afternoon stopwork meetings to discuss a revised claim and vote upon proposed actions for Term Three according to the following regional programme:

Zone One: (Upper, Central and Lower Northland, Auckland, Counties Manukau, Waikato, King Country, Thames Valley, Western Bay of Plenty, Bay of Plenty)

Tuesday 18 June

Zone Two: (East Coast, Hawkes Bay, Taranaki, Manawatu-Wanganui, Wairarapa, Hutt Valley, Wellington)

Wednesday 19 June

Zone Three: (Nelson, West Coast, Marlborough, Canterbury, Aoraki, Otago, Southland)

Thursday 20 June

Branch officers should now make arrangements for these meetings. The fourteen-day notice period does not apply, but branch officers should inform their principal about what is happening.

Branches seeking a variation should contact their regional committee.

An agenda and further information will be sent out very shortly.

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