Getting our message out

The QNMU actively seeks to promote the professional, industrial, democratic, political and social interests of members through the mainstream media and as such we produce a number of media releases each month which are sent to media outlets across the state. 


  • Caboolture aged care staff to rally outside Regis
    Published: 18 May 2022

    Nurses and aged care staff will rally against extreme cuts to their wages and conditions at Regis Aged Care in Caboolture today.
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  • Townsville aged care staff to rally outside Regis
    Published: 17 May 2022

    Townsville nurses and aged care staff will rally against extreme cuts to their wages and conditions at Regis Aged Care in Kirwan today.
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  • Queensland and world to celebrate midwives today
    Published: 05 May 2022

    QNMU Secretary Beth Mohle said today’s International Day of the Midwife IDM would acknowledge the important role midwives play in communities throughout Queensland and around the world.
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  • Nurses and midwives ask politicians to put health first this Labour Day
    Published: 02 May 2022

    Queensland nurses and midwives are today calling on all political parties and voters to put health and aged care first at the upcoming federal election.
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  • QNMU welcomes new Medicare Urgent Care Centres for Queensland
    Published: 13 April 2022

    The QNMU has welcomed Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese’s pledge to establish new Medicare Urgent Care Centres at 50 locations across the country – taking the pressure off stretched emergency departments.
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  • Nurses call on Queenslanders to help protect elderly Australians
    Published: 29 March 2022

    Queensland nurses and midwives will today take part in a National Day of Action calling for urgent change in Australia’s 2000-plus private aged care facilities.
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  • Open letter: Health workers are running on empty
    Published: 10 January 2022

    As we know, COVID-19 has thrown us yet another curve ball with the latest Omicron variant. Health workers are running on empty, experiencing physical and emotional exhaustion after almost two years of pandemic response.
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  • COVID-19 care pathways
    Published: 24 December 2021

    Queensland Health’s COVID Care Pathways model announced today will see COVID-19 positive patients treated at home, dependent on their health conditions and symptoms.
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  • Qld's health workers call for better solutions to COVID-19 surge
    Published: 23 December 2021

    Queensland health workers are today calling for a coordinated response to the planning and management of the impending surge in COVID-19 cases and associated expected increase in pressure on Queensland’s public health system.
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  • Queensland nurses seek immediate action to provide urgent care
    Published: 22 December 2021

    The QNMU has called for urgent action to ensure quality health care for the local Wide Bay community amidst dangerous doctor shortages.
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