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Nurses say they have to cut corners

A group of WA nurses claim their recently negotiated pay rise will do nothing to address conditions in hospitals and say they are forced to cut corners and neglect patients. WA Nurses for Nursing was formed after the 14 per cent pay rise the Australian Nursing Federation negotiated during the State election campaign.