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Articles from The Lamp (May 1, 2017)

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70 per cent of Australians support not-for-profit super. Brief article 249
A stronger role for nurses in diabetes treatment. Brief article 285
ACTU: a higher minimum wage benefits all: Australia's minimum wage has fallen to a dangerously low level at the expense of all workers, not just the low paid, says the ACTU. 767
After the deluge, solidarity: the floods in Northern NSW brought out a strong community spirit. 568
Be alert, be aware and join the fight to defend penalty rates. Holmes, Brett 645
Dubbo nurses stand together despite fears: the NSWNMA branch at Dubbo Base Hospital is stepping up its campaign to stop nurse-to-patient ratios being undermined by unfilled vacancies and an over-reliance on junior nurses. Brief article 285
European nurses desert NHS. Brief article 212
Floods prevent attendance at work. Kiejda, Judith Brief article 213
Gunnedah fights for better ratios: shoppers at Gunnedah's produce markets got an insight into conditions at the local hospital when they stopped at a colourful stall set up by NSWNMA members last month. 365
Health concerns over WestConnex: Sydney's WestConnex road and tunnel project is riddled with health issues, argue activists. 566
Home ownership dream drifts away from young workers. Brief article 257
Hours regained. 377
Linda's Canberra crusade to save penalty rates: aged care nurses from around the country made the trek to Canberra to speak truth to power about the importance of penalty rates in keeping skilled staff in their sector. Cover story 856
Magical beginnings. 169
Make a date. Calendar 658
Medicinal cannabis "helpful" in managing epilepsy: without more investment in medical marijuana research, cannabis and cannabinoid products are likely to remain hugely expensive. 409
More empathy, fewer putdowns. Rogers, Tony Letter to the editor 464
Move to slash nurses' Sunday rates: a major health care company has revealed the hollowness of the claim that penalty rate cuts would never be inflicted on nurses. Cover story 799
New South Wales Nurses and Midwives' Association summary of financial information for the year ended 31 December 2016. 751
Not quite the happiest day of everybody else's life. Movie review 376
Nothing fair about moving the goalposts. Bangalando, Ronald Letter to the editor 228
Notice of roster and breaks at Uniting. Kiejda, Judith Brief article 119
One Woman's War and Peace: A Nurse's Journey in the Royal Australian Airforce. Book review 152
Pay for on call during a meal break. Kiejda, Judith Brief article 107
Penalty rate cuts will cost government $650 million. Brief article 170
Penalty rates not safe in aged care: who says nurses are immune from penalty rate cuts? Cover story 529
Push to end gas tax 'rort': multinational gas producers are paying minimal tax while our hospitals are starved of funds. 441
Respiratory Care: Assessment and Management. Book review 108
The crazy cost of shelter. Brief article 288
The Everything Guide To Integrative Pain Management. Book review 154
The importance of nurse care during transport. McNamara, T. Letter to the editor 294
The journey to reconciliation. 674
The stressed state of our EDs. 120
The struggle to eat well in remote communities. Brief article 264
The therapeutic benefits of marijuana: there is now ample scientific evidence supporting the medical effectiveness of cannabis, but outdated community attitudes and the law remain obstacles to its use. 963
Transfer details start to trickle down: after years of waiting, nurses are finally getting some facts on the privatised Northern Beaches Hospital. 475
Trump aims to "explode" Obamacare by stealth. Brief article 208
When it comes to your rights and entitlements at work, NSWNMA Assistant General Secretary Judith Kiejda has the answers. Kiejda, Judith Brief article 276

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