Hospitality workers told sexual harrassment just part of the job

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Lyttelton union workers take aim at company directors 2018-03-21 [Stuff]

DHBs, nursing union 'hopeful' strikes can be avoided but preparing for worst 2018-03-20 [The Herald]

Tired stressed nurses considering strike action 2018-03-20 [Radio New Zealand]

Lyttelton Port strike to resume tonight 2018-03-20 [Radio New Zealand]

Hospitality workers join #MeToo movement to counter sexual harassnment 2018-03-20 [NZ Herald]

Nurses to vote on pay offer 2018-03-19 [TVNZ]

The NZNO/DHB MECA-what is at the heart of memebers anger and what can be done? 2018-03-19 [Health Sector Workers Network]

 VIDEO  Nurses to strike if no improvement on pay, working conditions 2018-03-19 [NewsHub]

Lyttelton Port workers gear up to strike on Tuesday night 2018-03-19 [Stuff]

Hospitality workers told sexual harrassment just part of the job 2018-03-17 [Newstalk]

Lyttelton Port workers to resume strike next week after mediation fails, union says 2018-03-15 [Share Chat]

Lyttelton port workers to picket meeting of Board 2018-03-14 [RMT]

Striking Lyttelton port workers set to get back around negotiating table 2018-03-14 [TVNZ]

Union withdraws strike notices, hopes for negotiation 2018-03-14 [Radio New Zealand]

New Zealand break new ground by paying women’s team 2018-03-14 [irishtimes]

Unionists calls for intervention from Auckland Transport 2018-03-14 [scoop]

Claims Labour law change could lead to more strikes 2018-03-14 [newstalkzb]

Cleaners at Auckland meatworks muzzled 2018-03-13 [E tu union]

Rise of the machines: How soon until robots take your job? 2018-03-13 [nzherald]

Lyttelton Port workers to strike at midnight 2018-03-12 [Radio New Zealand]

Docked wages the sticking point over Lyttelton port strike 2018-03-12 [stuff]

Lyttelton port workers to strike at midnight 2018-03-12 [Radio New Zealand]

NZNO welcomes Robertson's increased pay offer signal 2018-03-12 [NZNO]

Midwives planning march on Parliament 2018-03-12 [NZ Herald]

Unite Union calls for an end to oil and gas exploration in NZ 2018-03-09 [Unite Union]

NZer of the year urges women to 'reach high' 2018-03-08 [E tu union]

Protest against Lyttelton Port lock out 2018-03-08 [Newstalk]

 VIDEO  Lyttelton Port workers protest alleged 'illegal lockout' 2018-03-08 [Radio New Zealand]

Immigration minister Iain Lees-Galloway urges migrant workers to join unions 2018-03-07 [Stuff]

Lyttelton strike deferred after last-chance talks yield progress 2018-03-07 [Stuff]

Auckland train strike over after a week of negotiations 2018-03-05 [Stuff]

Legal loopholes allow for 'disgraceful' labour-hire worker exploitation 2018-03-03 [Stuff]

Unions decline Fu Wah migrant tradie application, citing exploitation 2018-03-01 [Stuff]

Government announces end of charter schools 2018-03-01 [Education International]

Aus and NZ transport workers must unite their struggles 2018-03-01 [scoop]

A union representing drivers threatened industrial action on Thursday 2018-03-01 [stuff]

Slim pickings: Worker shortage leaves apple farms frantic 2018-03-01 [radionz]

Forestry industry say talks vital with trade partners over alternative fumigant 2018-02-28 [Fairfax]

International womens day breakfast in Auckland 2018-02-28 [PSA]

'Absolute hero' Kristine Bartlett wins New Zealander of the year 2018-02-28 [E tu union]

Talks to get underway aimed at resolving Aucklands rail strike 2018-02-28 [Fairfax media]

Nursing Now launches 2018-02-27 [NZNO]

Workers come forward to Chorus enquiry 2018-02-27 [E tu union]

OIA improvement good news-but more needed 2018-02-26 [PSA]

Provincial growth fund exciting opportunity to build good jobs for the future 2018-02-26 [NZCTU]

Out@PSA at Out in the Park 2018-02-26 [PSA]

Train driver industrial action all about passenger safety 2018-02-26 [Newshub]

Auckland train staff threaten full-day strikes on eve of March madness 2018-02-26 [NZ Herald]

Don't ditch the youth rate, Labour warned by Treasury 2018-02-26 [stuff]

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