An 'insult': Shellharbour nurses stand up against frontline wage freeze

Ben Langford
Updated April 14 2021 - 11:36pm, first published October 15 2020 - 5:30pm
OFFENSIVE: NSWNMA Shellharbour Hospital branch secretary Amanda Wells out front of the socially distanced protest over the State Government's near-wage freeze. Picture: Robert Peet.
OFFENSIVE: NSWNMA Shellharbour Hospital branch secretary Amanda Wells out front of the socially distanced protest over the State Government's near-wage freeze. Picture: Robert Peet.

They've been on the front line of the struggle against COVID-19 all year and after being offered a 0.3 per cent pay rise, Shellharbour nurses and midwives vented their anger yesterday.

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Ben Langford

Ben Langford

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