District Health Boards

The PSA is a major health union with over 15,000 members employed by district health boards. Union members are the bedrock of our public health services.

The PSA in health

The PSA is organising for good and rewarding careers that reflect the value we place on public health services and the people who provide them.

Framework for bargaining

Click here to read the framework for bargaining for the 2013 round of negotiations. 

Caz Thomson
Allan Franks
Renee Delamere, Convenor
Janet Calley
Lesley Dixon
Mike Prouting
Coryell Mete
Glenda Young
Andrew Colwell, Deputy Convenor
Rosemary Cullen
Tiare Williams
Tracey Glennie
Janet Quigley
Nancy Dally
Hilary Genet

News from the PSA. pay equity - lessons from Australia
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pay equity - lessons from Australia

Australian labour activist Lisa Heap is a passionate advocate for pay equity.

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Media Releases

CERA Chief’s delayed resignation raises questions

The Public Service Association (PSA) says the decision that resigning CERA chief executive Roger Sutton should remain in his position until 31 January raises questions, considering his behaviour did not meet the standard expected of our senior public servants.

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Updated proposal doesn’t fix fundamental issues with Hawkes Bay amalgamation

The Public Service Association (PSA) says today’s release of an updated proposal by the Local Government Commission doesn’t fix the underlying flaws in the amalgamation idea.

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Further privatisation of public services as NZDF’s Devonport restructure confirmed

The Public Service Association (PSA) says the NZ Defence Force (NZDF) restructure at Devonport Dockyard, announced to staff today following an absolute shambles yesterday, is effectively further privatisation as 52 jobs formerly done by public servants will now be done by contractor Babcock (NZ)...

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2015 PSA Youth activities

The PSA Youth convenors and staff met in Wellington in October to develop the plan for the year ahead.

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Mentoring – what’s the plan?

The short answer is we’re not entirely sure yet!

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