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DISABILITY SERVICES STRIKE ACTION PROCEEDING

DISABILITY SERVICES STRIKE ACTION PROCEEDING

Disability services strike action proceeding - 3 Feb 2017 (PDF Version) Instead of agreeing to a path to resolution, the Department has sought and received orders from the Industrial Relations Commission to stop the strike. The PSA however will proceed with the 24-hour strike on Tuesday, 14 February 2017, even if it means the union cops a fine for sticking up for the employment interests…

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Opposition to sell-off intensifies

Opposition to sell-off intensifies

Opposition to sell off intensifies - 3 February 2017 (PDF Version) Opposition to sell-off intensifies It is becoming increasingly clear the NSW public has nothing to gain and everything to lose from the sell-off of LPI. Despite this, the Berejiklian Government currently plans to move ahead with its privatisation. In June, Minister Perrottet announced the 2015/2016 fee rises for registration of titles would be “revenue…

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Meeting Notice - Octagon Building

Meeting Notice - Octagon Building

Meeting notice octagon building - Feb 2017 (PDF Version) Meeting Notice Octagon Building   Date:   9 February 2017 Time:   Noon-1pm and 1pm-2 pm Location:   Room 5 B – Phillip St entrance AGENDA Introduction PSA representatives PSA Award Survey Feedback What’s next with the Award process PSA Award Steering Committee Update of various campaigns PSA Meetings 2017 General business   Non-members are welcome…

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Anti-Discrimination Board Bulletin

Anti-Discrimination Board Bulletin

Anti-discrimination board bulletin - 3 Feb 2017 (PDF version) Formation of the ADB PSA Workplace Group The last ordinary PSA members meeting for 2016 was held on 20 December. All members attending the meeting requested the PSA, through its rules, formalise the ADB Workplace Group in light of a number concerns recently raised about how the union operates. Following the meeting, a formal request has…

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Leaked NSW Treasury document reveals billions to be made by land title registry operators - The Sydney Morning Herald

Leaked NSW Treasury document reveals billions to be made by land title registry operators - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Land Titles Registry earns $130 million a year, money that goes into schools, roads and hospitals. The Government is selling the Registry. Economic genius. Read the full Sydney Morning Herald article HERE.

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