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Public Service Association’s submission to the Final Evaluation Report

Public Service Association’s submission to the Final Evaluation Report

Public Service Association’s submission to the Final Evaluation Report

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State govt one step closer to Grafton jail closure

State govt one step closer to Grafton jail closure

The PSA has condemned a State government decision to slash up to 92 jobs from Grafton Correctional Facility, more than 80% of its current workforce. PSA Assistant Secretary Shane O’Brien says the severe job cuts are clear evidence of the Liberal Coalition government’s agenda to close Grafton jail. “The Grafton Correctional Facility staff are among the first casualties of Premier O’Farrell’s 10,000 public sector job…

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Government cutbacks apply brakes to vital road safety unit

Government cutbacks apply brakes to vital road safety unit

The NSW Public Service Association warns job cuts and budget reductions at the Centre for Road Safety could compromise more than a decade’s progress on reducing the state’s road toll. There were 376 people killed on NSW roads last year, down from 405 the previous year and 534 about 10 years ago . PSA Assistant Secretary, Steve Turner, says job cuts will jeopardise the ongoing…

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Job cuts jeopardise effective road safety strategy for NSW

Job cuts jeopardise effective road safety strategy for NSW

The NSW Public Service Association fears recently announced job cuts at the Centre for Road Safety could remove staff with the specialist skills needed to successfully implement the state’s new Road Safety Strategy. The PSA calls on the State Government to place all staff cuts at the Centre on hold until a final Road Safety Strategy is released with input from the community, workers and…

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NSW renames roads while cutting road safety, education and health

NSW renames roads while cutting road safety, education and health

The NSW Public Service Association has questioned the O’Farrell Government’s priorities after announcing $20 million on renaming roads. This follows cutting road safety, education and health. “Where are the government’s priorities? It’s hard to see how this is a top priority while the government is slashing jobs and services,” said NSW PSA Assistant Secretary Steve Turner. “Just two months ago the NSW Government cut jobs…

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