If wage freeze approved, nurses would spend $310 less in rural areas each month: Survey

Albert  McKnight
By Albert McKnight
Updated July 23 2020 - 5:02am, first published July 21 2020 - 6:29am
The local branch of the NSW Nurses and Midwives' Association protest outside Bega MP Andrew Constances office in Bega in June.

Bega nurses are angry the state government is continuing with the move to deny their regular pay rise, and new research suggests the wage freeze would have a broad economic impact on communities.

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Albert  McKnight

Albert McKnight

Journalist

Journalist at Bega District News.