Jan Noonan

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Jan Noonan


Jan Noonan is a Nelson activist.

Electorate Secretary

Electorate Secretary at New Zealand Parliament Nelson.

Living Wage Movement

Bigger pay packets could soon become a reality for more Nelson workers with Living Wage Aotearoa New Zealand convenor Annie Newman in town to discuss the policy with councillors and local businesses.

The Living Wage Aotearoa New Zealand, which asks employers to pay $19.25 per hour to staff and contracted workers rather than the minimum $14.75 per hour, is now looking to establish a network of unions and community groups in Nelson.

Newman said Nelson had expressed interest in the idea before, but that this was the first co-ordinated discussion about the issue.

"The living wage movement resonates with people because it says 'this is something that's achievable,'" she said.

The Living Wage Aotearoa New Zealand's Nelson spokeswoman Jan Noonan said that Nelson's "sunshine wages" did not reflect the high cost of living in the region.[1]

TPP activism

Tasman District Council meeting 9.30 am, Thursday, 6 March 2014 at Tasman Council Chamber, 189 Queen Street, Richmond.

All speakers presented on the Transpacific Partnership and Free Trade Agreement.

3.1 Jan Noonan on behalf of Maryan Street, Labour Party MP 3.2 Maxine Gay and Rachel Boyack, FIRST Union.[2]

NLP

In 1989 Jan Noonan was a leader of the New Labour Party in Nelson.

SUP connection

In the 1980s Jan Noonan was close to the Socialist Unity Party in Nelson.

References

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  2. [file:///C:/Users/Trevor%20Loudon/Downloads/Minutes%20MCN14-03-06%20(1).PDF]