NSW Nurses and Midwives' Association demands wage freeze back down

Faye Wheeler
Updated July 24 2020 - 5:30pm, first published July 23 2020 - 5:00pm
NSW Nurses and Midwives' Association Dubbo Hospital branch members Dexter Senturias, Angie Brown, president Kelly Crosby and secretary Lauren Lye at action on June 2, holding signs showing their opposition to the wage freeze. Photo contributed.
NSW Nurses and Midwives' Association Dubbo Hospital branch members Dexter Senturias, Angie Brown, president Kelly Crosby and secretary Lauren Lye at action on June 2, holding signs showing their opposition to the wage freeze. Photo contributed.

Public sector unions have returned to the state's industrial umpire to fight a planned wage freeze for Dubbo's front-line health workers, among others.

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Faye Wheeler

Faye Wheeler

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I have been a journalist for more than a decade and in that time I have been keeping Daily Liberal readers up to date about issues affecting them and what's happening in their community. Throughout my career I have covered a range of rounds and most recently I have been focusing on the business round.

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