NSW nurses to stop work over government reforms

AAP, July 11, 2011 Nurses in western Sydney have voted to stop work in protest against the NSW government's controversial public sector wages laws. NSW Nurses Association (NSWNA) members at Nepean Hospital voted on Monday to stop work, and will protest at a rally in Penrith against Premier Barry O'Farrell's controversial changes to workplace laws. The protest, which will take place tomorrow, is in reaction to legislation passed in June that caps annual public worker wage increases at 2.5 per cent. ... NSW