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Over 10,000 Aged Care Charters Presented at Parliament

Members of SFWU joined members of the Nurses Organisation on 29 September to present over 10,000 aged care charters to Labour aged care spokesperson Steve Chadwick and Green Party aged care spokesperson Sue Kedgley.

The charters called for minimum staffing levels,  training for all aged care staff and fair pay. The Labour Party and Green Party gave strong support to the charter goals.

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