Staff shortages are forcing expectant mums to travel hundreds of kilometres

By Bree Swift
Updated June 5 2022 - 11:43pm, first published 11:30pm
Craig and Alyce Last with their son Dustin.

MIDWIFERY shortages in Western Australia's regional towns are leading to expectant mums having to drive up to 500 kilometres to give birth.

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