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Hospital workers rally against extortionate parking fees

Health Services Union < 1 mins read

On Tuesday, hundreds of Concord Hospital workers rally and hold a mass meeting to consider a half day strike on Thursday as anger mounts over an extortionate increase in parking fees costing them up to $2,600 a year.

 

The mass meeting of psychologists, scientists, threatre technicians, kitchen staff, cleaners, security guards happen at Concord Hospital’s main entrance from midday.

 

Where: Concord Hospital main entrance

 

When: Midday, Tuesday 13 February 2024

 

Media contact: Nick Lucchinelli 0422229032 

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