1. Kawerau Essity: Lockout to end as workers win cost of living increase  New Zealand Herald
  2. Kawerau paper mill union members accept pay offer, ending lockout  RNZ
  3. Locked-out Kawerau workers to vote on new offer from Purex manufacturer  Stuff
  4. Kawerau: Essity offers locked-out mill workers pay increase, union members to vote tomorrow  Bay of Plenty Times
  5. Kawerau paper mill workers' union to consider pay offer  RNZ
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The 145 workers were locked out on August 9.The 145 workers were locked out on August 9.

Kawerau Essity: Lockout to end as workers win cost of living increase - NZ Herald

Members of the Pulp and Paper Workers Union voted to accept a revised offer from the company, which will end the almost six-week lockout.Members of the Pulp and Paper Workers Union voted to accept a revised offer from the company, which will end the almost six-week lockout.

Kawerau paper mill union members accept pay offer, ending lockout | RNZ News

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There have been 145 workers locked out without pay since August 9.There have been 145 workers locked out without pay since August 9.

Kawerau paper mill owners pull legal action against workers | Newshub

Essity has accepted recommendations of the Employment Relations Authority and withdrawn legal action against the worker's union.Essity has accepted recommendations of the Employment Relations Authority and withdrawn legal action against the worker's union.

Toilet paper mill workers to consider offer from employer

The nearly six week lockout at Purex manufacturer Essity’s Kawerau mill will come to an end on Monday.This news comes...

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Once a beacon of possibility for Māori workers, the Essity paper mill at Kawerau is becoming a symbol of what has been lostOnce a beacon of possibility for Māori workers, the Essity paper mill at Kawerau is becoming a symbol of what has been lost

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