Government 'will consult' on NZ Post review, media minister says

Government 'will consult' on NZ Post review, media minister says
NZ Post has announced 750 postal jobs will go as it restructures into one network. (Image: Getty)
Maria Slade
The government will consult the public if changes to the postal service are planned as part of a review of NZ Post’s obligations, media and communications minister Paul Goldsmith has confirmed.It’s the strongest indication yet there will be a rejig of services when the deadline for NZ Post’s deed of understanding to be reviewed comes up on June 30.The deed is a legal arrangement between the government and the national carrier and sets out certain requirements, such as mail deliveries to urban addresses at least three days...

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