The Minister of Health, district health boards (DHBs), and the Nurses Organisation all agree that if pay equity is settled then strike action could be avoided, RNZ reports. Nurses are set to resume strike action over three months at public hospitals throughout the country in a bid for better pay and conditions. In June, 30,000 nurses walked off the wards in hospitals when negotiations with their DHB employers broke down.
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