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NZNO: Industrial Action Activities across New Zealand

Industrial Action Activities across New Zealand


11 July 2018

Media Advisory

Industrial Action Activities across New Zealand


Facilitation with the Employment Relations Authority finished this morning. NZNO will continue talks and negotiations with the District Health Boards (DHBs).

However industrial action will go ahead this Thursday 12 July with a nationwide 24 hour strike starting at 0700 and finishing 0700 Friday 13 July.

For the full list of activities please go to the Health Needs Nursing Facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/pg/healthneedsnursing/events

All NZNO members striking will walk out of the hospitals in time for the industrial action and join the picket at the hospitals.

The rallies for Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington begin at 0700 outside the main hospitals.

Auckland nurses are also meeting at 11.00 am at Fort Street and marching up to Aotea Square where there will be NZNO member speakers from the region’s district health boards and other speakers and supporters.

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