News from 2005

 

 

 

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  • 19 December, 2005

    The unions representing aircraft engineers are welcoming news that Air New Zealand is seriously considering their proposal to keep some heavy maintenance work in New Zealand, but say...

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  • December 19, 2005
  • 19 December, 2005

    The unions representing aircraft engineers are welcoming news that Air New Zealand is seriously considering their proposal to keep some heavy maintenance work in New Zealand, but say...

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  • Second strike at Avalon
  • 15 December, 2005

      15th December 2005 Staff at TVNZ’s Avalon studio in Wellington are off the job again as their pay dispute continues. Sixty technical and production workers who are members...

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  • TVNZ pay systems risky and unfair
  • 14 December, 2005

    The remuneration system at TVNZ is convoluted, risky, unfair and inconsistent, the Parliamentary select committee inquiry into TVNZ has been told today. Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union national secretary...

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  • Hawke’s Bay Today strike could spread
  • 13 December, 2005

    A six-day strike by journalists at the APN-owned Hawke’s Bay Today newspaper may spread to printers tomorrow. Twenty-nine editorial staff have been on strike since last Wednesday in...

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  • Politicians to hear of TVNZ pay systems
  • 13 December, 2005

    Details of Television New Zealand’s pay-setting system will be outlined for politicians tomorrow. The Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union is due to appear before the select committee looking...

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  • Take workplace illness seriously
  • 13 December, 2005

    New Zealand’s largest union is calling on the Government, ACC and the Department of Labour to get serious over workplace deaths and illnesses in the wake of...

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  • Tribute to Robert Fardell
  • 13 December, 2005

    December 13, 2005 New Zealand’s largest union today expressed its sadness at the passing of prominent Auckland lawyer Robert Fardell, QC. Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union national secretary Andrew Little...

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  • Walk-out at Avalon: Good Morning off the air
  • 13 December, 2005

    Staff at TVNZ’s Avalon Studio have walked off the job, taking the Good Morning programme off the air. Some 60 members of the Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union...

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  • 8 December, 2005

    Consultants hired by the unions representing aircraft engineers have significant concerns about elements of Air New Zealand’s proposal to send heavy engineering work overseas, and say that the...

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