Luring Australian nurses to Aberdeen hailed success

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A recruitment drive to bring nurses to the north east of Scotland from Australia has been hailed as a success.

NHS Grampian spent £20,000 last year to send a delegation down under to sell the idea of a move to both qualified and student nurses.

It has now been revealed 49 have now been offered jobs.

And up to 114 more newly-qualified nurses could also move after finishing their training period.

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