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25 September, 2003

Log On to For Nurses’ News and Issues

A new website launched last night at the New Zealand Nurses Organisation Conference 2003 is the place to go for up to date information nurses’ news and issues. is the bigger, brighter, easy to use revamped website of the Nurses Organisation.

The website will carry current issues and campaigns for nurses, NZNO media releases, policies and submissions, professional issues, NZNO publications and a discussion group.

“NZNO is at an exciting time, our membership is strongly growing and we are involved at the coal face of a huge range of issues vital to nursing,” said NZNO CEO Geoff Annals, from the conference.

“We are proud to launch a website in keeping with the exciting vibrant times to come for NZNO and nursing in New Zealand.”

The website has an effective search engine. It is live and will be further developed over the next few months.


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