The Pride March in Auckland features among the events in our PSA picture page for this issue.
In our News in Brief, Pasefika representation is being implemented across our union, we announce a new Māori leadership role, and acknowledge the anniversary of the March 15 attacks.
Kia ora e te whānau o Te Pūkenga Here Tikanga Mahi
The theme for our Women’s Network Conference in March was to have been ‘Nevertheless She Persisted’.
A year into the global pandemic, the roll out of vaccinations is being welcomed by many workers on the frontline.
The PSA has helped defeat a proposal to partially-privatise Wellington library and slash its budget.
Imagine a world where you can’t just jump online to apply for jobs, access services or communicate with friends or family.
The opening hearings in the Waitangi Tribunal’s Mana Wahine Inquiry have heard powerful kōrero about the power, authority and status held by wāhine Māori in pre-colonial Aotearoa.
An interim equal pay agreement for DHB administration and clerical workers is being greeted with a mixture of satisfaction and relief.
Ten years on from the February 22 earthquake we reflect on the challenges faced by our members in Canterbury as they helped their community to rebuild.
We’ve had a great response to our PSA Plus Holiday Homes Photo competition with some quality snaps making it hard to choose a winner.
The military coup in Myanmar has deeply shaken hopes for democracy but public servants and unions are fighting back.
PSA home support members have told a parliamentary select committee they need more sick leave to keep themselves and their clients safe.
As we await the Government’s response to the health and disability sector review, we asked our PSA Community Public Services and DHB sector committees what they’re looking for.
The formation of a network for disabled staff at Inland Revenue snowballed out of a desire to move beyond a “one click, one size fits all” mentality.
It may say something about Brad Hedger’s commitment to the union that he agreed to speak to Working Life about his role as a PSA delegate just days before his wedding.
New Zealand is stealing from the peoples of the Pacific. We are stealing their land, their homes, their water, and in doing so, we are jeopardising their future.
Working mum Pip Bennett decided to research gender norms after becoming frustrated that everything was being left to her.
A new book has inspired PSA member and stay-at home dad Aaron Packard to consider how we can help men to be more hands-on fathers
Learning a language is about starting out small and taking that first step.
Imagine you’re using a computer. Someone else installed software on it, and uses it to track your keystrokes, learn your password and access your personal email account.
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