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  •   Home > News > Health & Safety

    Junior doctors say walking off the job for a third time is important

    Junior doctors say walking off the job for a third time is important


    Resident Doctor's Association vice president Katheryn Foster says it isn't an easy decision.

    She says the strikes aren't a joke, and without another choice in reaching a settlement they will continue.

    Foster says each time they down tools it's a huge sacrifice, but they have no choice other than maintaining pressure on the DHBs.

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