1. Te Papa backs down over fish expert redundancy  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Te Papa expert made redundant gets offered new role at museum  Radio New Zealand
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When axed Te Papa fish expert Andrew Stewart applied for other jobs they turned him down. Now they've changed their mind.When axed Te Papa fish expert Andrew Stewart applied for other jobs they turned him down. Now they've changed their mind.

“Some good news for a change - @Te_Papa reconsiders and offers fish expert Andrew Stewart a new job, by @Nikki_Macdonald I've met Andrew at work as well as telling fishy tales to kids at Island Bay aquarium, he's the best https://t.co/JxQDPcxmEf”

Veronika Meduna on Twitter: "Some good news for a change - @Te_Papa reconsiders and offers fish expert Andrew Stewart a new job, by @Nikki_Macdonald I've met Andrew at work as well as telling fishy tales to kids at Island Bay aquarium, he's the best https://t.co/JxQDPcxmEf"

Te Papa has backtracked on its decision to make a fish expert redundant as part of its restructure of the natural history team.Te Papa has backtracked on its decision to make a fish expert redundant as part of its restructure of the natural history team.

Te Papa expert made redundant gets offered new role at museum | RNZ News

Te Papa expert made redundant gets offered new role at museum