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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    The New Zealand Blood Service says today's strike by lab workers won't have a major impact on its services

    The New Zealand Blood Service says today's strike by lab workers won't have a major impact on its services


    It says fewer than 20-percent of its staff belong to the union and it has contingency plans in place.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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     10 Dec: Immigration New Zealand says its Advance Passenger Processing system is down
     10 Dec: Claims that Lower North Island train passengers will be "packed in like sardines" without major government investment
     10 Dec: Yachting New Zealand has received a glowing review at the conclusion of the 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 World Championships held in Auckland
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     Today's News

    Politics:
    Andrew Little says criminal justice reform is about turning people into good, productive citizens 10:27

    Business:
    More industrial action could be on the cards from Lower Hutt rest-home workers in the New Year if employers' demands aren't met 10:27

    Entertainment:
    Blake Shelton wants to forget what he was like before Gwen Stefani 10:10

    Politics:
    New Zealand's Whakaari/White Island victims are all covered by state compensation. Here's why 10:07

    Soccer:
    Kiwi Ricardo Christie has knocked world number four Filipe Toledo out of the World Surf League title race 10:07

    Entertainment:
    Thomas Sadoski wants more children with his wife Amanda Seyfried 9:40

    Rugby:
    2011 World Cup winning coach Sir Graham Henry hopes Scott Robertson sticks around New Zealand rugby 9:37

    Entertainment:
    Shania Twain has her “confidence back” following her battle with Lyme disease 9:10

    Entertainment:
    Kate Hudson’s son “doesn’t care” about getting his driver’s license 8:40

    Entertainment:
    John Bradley developed a stammer during his time on 'Game of Thrones' 8:10


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