Story: Women’s labour organisations

A hard day’s work

A hard day’s work

Paid work, children (large and small), study, housework, cooking and time with her partner made Tania’s day a very full and sometimes frantic one. ‘It’s all about time management, eh? You can’t waste a minute’, she said. A part-time teacher from Ruatōria on the East Coast, Tania had five children aged from seven months to 14 years at the time of this NACEW campaign.

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Megan Cook, 'Women’s labour organisations - Women’s organisations, 1950s–2020s', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 7 December 2023)

Story by Megan Cook, published 5 May 2011, reviewed & revised 20 Dec 2022