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NZEI Acknowledges Contribution Of Brian Donnelly

NZEI Acknowledges Contribution Of Brian Donnelly

The education union NZEI Te Riu Roa is saddened to learn of the death of former NZEI member and New Zealand First MP Brian Donnelly.

Mr Donnelly worked in education for 25 years before entering politics and was a long time member of NZEI during his time as a teacher and principal.

UTC Fire & Security Completes Divestment Of New Zealand Guarding Business

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Homicide Victim Named

The man killed as he was leaving his place of work late yesterday afternoon was 44 year-old Devonport resident and IAG broker manager, Austin Bernard Hemmings. He worked in IAG House, which is adjacent to the BNZ Towers and which backs onto Mills Lane.

Charitable Payments To Be Phased Out Sooner Than Forecast

Charitable Payments To Be Phased Out Sooner Than Forecast

Auckland City Council is forecasting to remove the annual payments made by Metrowater to the council over the next three years.

Bus Drivers Welcome End Of Lockout But Dispute Continues

Bus Drivers Welcome End Of Lockout But Dispute Continues

25 September 2008 - The Wellington Tramways Union welcomes GO Wellington's decision to lift the lockout of 300 bus drivers but says its campaign for a living wage will continue.

Go Wellington Bus Services Resume Friday, 26 September

25 SEPTEMBER 2008 - GO Wellington and the Tramways and M&C unions are returning to the negotiating table on Friday, 26 September.

Commission Welcomes Review

25 September 2008 - The Mental Health Commission welcomes the results of an external review into the mental health services provided by Waitemata District Health Board to Auckland teenager Toran Henry, who died earlier this year.

Go Wellington Escalates Dispute

Go Wellington Escalates Dispute

25 September 2008 - The Wellington Tramways Union says GO Wellington is needlessly inflaming the bus dispute after the company today suspended its bus controllers belonging to the Rail and Maritime Union without pay.

Watershed Agreement Brings The Dream Of A New Tertiary Education Campus Another Step Closer To Reality

25 September 2008 - A new tertiary education campus in the Manukau city centre would provide a valuable opportunity to make the dream of a tertiary education a more viable option for thousands of young people, according to Manurewa councillor Daniel Newman.

Sports Day Set To Make A Mark

25 SEPTEMBER 2008 - This year Like Minds providers in the Wellington region will celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week with a Whanau Sports and Fun Day at Ngati Toa Domain, Mana on Friday October 10 from 11am to 4pm.

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