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    Unionist Helen Kelly remembered

    President of the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions (2007-2015) Helen Kelly has died after a battle with cancer.  Kelly was an influential leader of the trade union movement who fought for the rights of workers in education, forestry, farming and the film industry among many others.  

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    Concerns over Panpac Mill fumes

    The malfunction of a new state of the art kiln at the Panpac Mill in Whirinaki has seen the hazardous fumes it releases hospitalise some of its workers. It's an issue the company says it is working hard to resolve.

  3. Video for 'They’ve tried to break our spirit financially,' says Talleys worker

    'They’ve tried to break our spirit financially,' says Talleys worker

    Wairoa meat workers returned to back work this week after a 168-day lockout. Despite two Employment Court rulings in the last three months in favour of the Meat Workers Union, workers say the company still not complying with the judge’s ruling.

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    NZ's largest union "E tū" launched today

    The new union "E tū" was launched today. Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union (EPMU) and the Service and Food Workers’ Union merged to form E tū, making it the largest private sector union in NZ.

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    Union farewells beloved kaumātua

    The Tertiary Education Union has paid tribute to their kaumātua and reo Māori champion Dr Huirangi Waikerepuru, who retires from his union commitments.

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    Meat workers continue to suffer

    Meat workers look to lose $100 per week through a proposed collective agreement.

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    McDonald's workers set to strike against zero hour contracts

    Mc Donald’s workers across the country today will strike after mediation between union representatives and the fast food restaurant failed to reach a satisfactory resolution to zero hour contracts.

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    Meal breaks restored and wages increased for Cotton On workers

    Cotton On workers are welcoming significant changes made to wages and working conditions following the controversy around Cotton On's attempt to invoke the Government's "tea break" law.

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    Campaign highlighting job insecurity in meat industry to launch today

    A national campaign highlighting job insecurity within the Meat Industry is set to launch in Palmerston North this afternoon.

  10. Video for Independent panel finds Forestry as one of NZ's most dangerous sectors

    Independent panel finds Forestry as one of NZ's most dangerous sectors

    "People deserve to come home safely!"  Those are the words used in the Independent Forestry Safety Review which was released today.

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