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Workers At The Crossroads

Press Release
Friday, 23 June 2000


A group of workers will target busy Auckland intersections during rush hour next Monday to show their support for the Employment Relations Bill.

Workers will also be handing out pamphlets to the public explaining the realities of the ERB and exploding the myths and distortions purported by ACT and certain sectors of the business community.

Workers at the Crossroads is part the Council of Trade Union’s Fairness at Work Campaign supporting the introduction of more balanced labour legislation.

Workers will gather at the following locations on Monday, 26 June 2000.

Auckland City
Cnr Symonds St & Khyber Pass
7.30am – 8.30am
Manukau City
Cnr Great South Rd & Wiri Station Rd
7.00am – 8.30am

North Shore
Cnr Onewa Rd & Lake Rd
7.00am – 8.30am
Cnr Church Rd & Great South Rd
7.00am – 8.30am

West Auckland
Cnr Great North Rd, Titirangi Rd & Rata Rd
7.00am – 8.30am

For further information telephone Bronwynn Maxwell, CTU Campaign Coordinator on 09 376 7444 or mobile 025 967 846.

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