The NZNO election result

Statement from NursesUnited Te Kāhui Tāwharau The results of the NZNO election have been released by the Returning Officer. Lizzy, Grant and Saju would like to thank everyone who participated. We have appreciated all the kōrero people have shared with us during the election campaign, which enabled us to gain greater insights into the issuesContinue reading “The NZNO election result”

Message to NZNO members from the Mental Health Nurses Section – Constitution Remit 2

Kia ora NZNO members The Mental Health Nurse Section Committee would like to draw your attention to Constitution Remit 2 and the potential implications for our section. The Remit Committee has provided more information for members to consider when voting on this remit. Our Section is particularly affected by the MoU signed between NZNO andContinue reading “Message to NZNO members from the Mental Health Nurses Section – Constitution Remit 2”

NZNO Mental Health Nurses Section Newsletter – June 2022

The best way to predict the future… Crystal balls are not part of the evidenced-based toolkit of a Mental Health Nurse. If they were, we might know for certain what the future holds for us in this time of system change. As things stand, however, past events are a fair predictor of what we can expect. Continue reading “NZNO Mental Health Nurses Section Newsletter – June 2022”

NZNO Constitutional Review – Speak up now for rules to empower union members

The revolt over broken promises to back-date Pay Equity for DHB nurses to 31 December 2019 is showing, once again, that union members are powerful when we organise and speak up.  For many DHB nurses, the broken back pay promises briefly brought back bad memories of 2018, when our MECA negotiators told us to acceptContinue reading “NZNO Constitutional Review – Speak up now for rules to empower union members”

NZNO Mental Health Nurses Section Newsletter – March 2022

Message from the MHNS Committee Two years of world-leading public health responses kept Aotearoa safe from the worst effects of the global Covid-19 pandemic. Now the Omicron wave is here. MHNS members are in our thoughts at this time, whether managing suspected or confirmed Covid cases among our tāngata whai ora or isolating at homeContinue reading “NZNO Mental Health Nurses Section Newsletter – March 2022”