Award-winning Wagga aged care worker Kasey Howlett says budget pay rise just the start

Conor Burke
Updated May 10 2023 - 6:31pm, first published 5:00pm
Gumleigh Gardens aged care team leader Kasey Howlett wants more recogniion for workers in her industry. Picture by Les SMith
Gumleigh Gardens aged care team leader Kasey Howlett wants more recogniion for workers in her industry. Picture by Les SMith

Tuesday's budget announcement of a 15 per cent bump in salary for aged care workers is a good start, but much more needs to be done, according to one award-winning Wagga aged care worker.

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Conor Burke

Conor Burke

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Conor covers Wagga city council, business and defence, but is definitely interested in your quirky story. Mobile: 0400 311 335 EMAIL: conor.burke@dailyadvertiser.com.au

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