Nurses union fined less than 1 per cent of potential penalty over strike outside WA parliament

The union for Western Australia’s nurses and midwives has been fined $350,000 for a strike outside state parliament last year that attracted thousands of nurses at the height of a bitter dispute over pay and conditions.

The state’s Industrial Relations Commission (IRC) had ordered the union not to strike, but the Australian Nursing Federation decided to go…

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