Heath Minister Andrew Little’s address to the New Zealand Nurses’ Organisation Conference included a mix of admiration for nurses’ hard work, assurances about the settlement of their employment agreement, and an outline of his aims to restructure the health system.
The speech was one of two new posts on The Beehive website when Point of Order checked this morning.
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