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Meetings at 12 Noon to Discuss Progressive Offer

Press Release: National Distribution Union and the Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union

Tuesday, 12 September 2006 9.40am

Meetings at 12 Noon to Discuss Progressive Offer

500+ locked out distribution workers will discuss Progressives first and only offer at meetings at 12 noon today, says the National Distribution Union.

Auckland workers will discuss the offer at Atiu-nui Maruarua Hall at 7 Atiu Place, in Mangere at 12 noon.

The National Distribution Union and the Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union received Progressive's offer via fax yesterday.

NDU National Secretary Laila Harré said that "We are very disappointed that the offer does not address the issues at the heart of this dispute."

Ms Harré said that further details will be released following discussion with members.


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