John Hunter Hospital staff stopped work for an hour to call for a 6 per cent wage rise through the Health Services Union

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Updated May 31 2023 - 6:25pm, first published 4:00pm
Health Services Union members Susan Litchfield and Jo Egge were among staff who stopped work at John Hunter Hospital to call for better wages. Picture by Simone De Peak
Health Services Union members Susan Litchfield and Jo Egge were among staff who stopped work at John Hunter Hospital to call for better wages. Picture by Simone De Peak

John Hunter Hospital workers walked off the job for an hour on Wednesday to call for better wages and conditions, while urging the Minns government to make good on election promises.

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