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    Drivers from one of the largest bus companies in the country are ramping up strike action - by cutting services in Auckland up until Christmas

    Drivers from one of the largest bus companies in the country are ramping up strike action - by cutting services in Auckland up until Christmas


    Members of First Union and Tramways haven't accepted the latest pay offer from NZ Bus.

    They service some of Auckland Transport's busiest routes along Dominion, Sandringham, Mt Eden and Manukau Roads - as well as across wider Auckland.

    NZ Bus say the unions have advised members will take strike action between 4.30am tomorrow and 4am on December 24.

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