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Air New Zealand lock-out Notice Withdrawn

Published: Sun 25 Nov 2007 08:09 PM
Sunday, November 25, 2007
Media Advisory – Air New Zealand lock-out
A lock-out notice issued to 120 Air New Zealand check-in staff at Auckland International Airport and due to take effect at midnight tonight has been withdrawn while negotiations progress.
The workers are among 340 members of the Service and Food Workers Union involved in negotiations with the airline for a new collective employment agreement.
The union will not be making any comment on the matter at this stage.
Jill Ovens
Northern Regional Secretary
Service and Food Workers’ Union
ENDS

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