Updates to the Screen Industry Workers Bill

The Screen Industry Workers Bill (SIWB or The Bill) is an attempt to remedy the current Employment Relations Amendment Act 2010 aka The Hobbit Law. The 2010 amendment created an environment where screen production workers do not have the same abilities to have enforceable minimums, test their employment status, collectively bargain, or adequately remedy contracting disputes, as workers in other industries do. 

SIWB is designed to restore the right of screen workers to collectively bargain, and to establish enforceable contracts with mandatory terms.

Track the progress of bill here or read NZWG's comprehensive breakdown and impliciations of the bill.

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David Correos & Hamish Parkinson's HAHA HORROR

David Correos & Hamish Parkinson's HAHA HORROR

Posted Friday 05 Aug 2022

For PASCies in Tāmaki Makaurau, catch two Billy T Award winners David Correos and Hamish Parkinson team up for a horrifically hilarious show at the Basement Studio.

Winner of the 2016 Billy T Award, PASC member David has quickly become a powerhouse of New Zealand comedy. He has a uniquely powerful, boundary pushing style which has made him an audience favourite whenever he performs.

Both David and Hamish have made some of the most silly, fun, and delightful comedy we’ve seen, and this collaboration is surely going to be just what we are looking for. A couple of lovely, wonderful, beautiful clowns - with HORROR! Think nonsense, sketches, weirdness, and HORROR! 

When: 9 – 13 August 2022, 7pm

Basement Studio, Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland CBD

Click here to book tickets