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HSU NSW and paramedics doorstop

Doorstop ahead of debate of a petition in parliament demanding paramedics receive the resourcing and recognition they deserve. 

WHO: Paramedics will join HSU NSW Secretary Gerard Hayes 

WHEN: 12pm, Thursday 23 November

WHERE: Back of NSW Parliament House, Macquarie Street 

Media contact: Nick Lucchinelli 0422 229 032

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