More than 100 years ago, New Zealand workers helped form a new political party, called the NZ Labour Party. It was formed on 8 July 1916 by unions of the early 20th century as a political arm of workers. It came after earlier attempts to organise industrially, particularly by the miners at Waihi and the murder of unionist Frederick George Evans. What's changed?
It's less than four weeks until NZ goes to the poll to elect a new government on 23 September 2017. What are Meat WorkersUnion members saying?Read more