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Thursday 30 April 2015 | Published in Politics

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Minimum wage to increase to $6.25
Pictured is the 2015 minimum wage review panel after press conference at the Offi ce of Minister of Internal Aff airs Albert Nicholas yesterday. Pictured (from left) are CIWA president Anthony Turua, Director of Labour and Employment Relations Offi ce Patricia Tuara Demmke (panel chair), Chamber of Commerce representative Steve Anderson, Minister of Internal Aff airs Albert Nicholas, Internal Aff airs secretary Bredina Drollet (front), Ministry of Finance and Economic Management representative James Webb (back) and Ministry of Foreign Aff airs and Trade's Josh Mitchell (who is not a member of the panel).

Workers dreams of increasing the Cook Islands minimum wage to be on par with New Zealand and Australia took a small step in the right direction yesterday.

Workers dreams of increasing the Cook Islands minimum wage to be on par with New Zealand and Australia took a small step in the right direction yesterday.


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