Talks to avert school holidays airport security strike

Edwin Mitson
Tue, 05 Jul 2016

By Edwin Mitson July 5 (BusinessDesk) - Unions representing staff who screen passengers at New Zealand's main domestic airports have agreed to further talks with the Aviation Security Service but a strike notice is to remain in force.  Members of the Public Service Association and E tu are to take part in three strikes each lasting three hours at Auckland and Wellington airports, while a ban on overtime and extra hours will take place at Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. The two unions say they have been unable to reach a new collect...

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