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NSW government’s ‘slap in the face’ sees pandemic heroes walk out

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At least 250 of NSW’s patient transport workers have today expressed their anger at the state government’s “lousy” 0.3 per cent pay rise by walking off the job.

Listener Sarah, a patient transport officer in south-west Sydney, called in to Drive with Jim Wilson to explain why she took industrial action against the government.

“They’re sitting there on a nice six-figure salary, raking the money in sitting behind a desk while we’re out there facing COVID on the front line.

“It’s a slap in the face.”

Paramedics are on the verge of going on strike too, she warned.

Press PLAY below to hear Sarah’s call in full

Image: Getty

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