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Minister Welcomes Return To Work Decision

Published: Fri 7 Sep 2001 10:10 AM
6 Septmeber 2001
The decision of Corrections Association of New Zealand members to terminate their industrial action and return to work was welcomed today by Corrections Minister Matt Robson.
"The government is pleased the industrial action by corrections officers is over and the nation's prisons will soon be back to normal, says Matt Robson.
"The government now urges CANZ to accept the offer put to them by the Department of Corrections.
Matt Robson thanked public prison service staff and managers and defence force personnel for their professionalism and dedication to the maintenance of public safety.
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