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Upper House Prison Closure Inquiry Report Tabled

Upper House Prison Closure Inquiry Report Tabled

On Friday June 14, 2013 the O'Farrell Government tabled the Select Committee on the Closure or Downsizing of Corrective Services NSW Facilities Report titled 'The closure or downsizing of Corrective Services NSW facilities'. A copy of the report can be downloaded here: The closure or downsizing of Corrective Services NSW facilities The summary of recommendations can be downloaded here: Summary of recommendations

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Public safety concerns as high vacancy rates continue for staff conducting driver background checks

Public safety concerns as high vacancy rates continue for staff conducting driver background checks

A staff vacancy rate of more than 12 per cent at Public Passenger Services at Parramatta is placing public safety at risk, according to the Public Service Association of NSW (PSA). Acting PSA General Secretary Steve Turner said staff will walk off the job for an hour today to highlight how the shortage of resources is affecting the agency’s ability to conduct vital services such…

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NDIS update for members

NDIS update for members

Hunter trial commences The trial of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) commenced on Monday, 1 July 2013. In NSW this trial will be in the Hunter region, across the three Local Government Areas (LGA) of Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and Maitland. The trial is being run by the Hunter Launch Agency, a private agency owned by the Federal government under the title of Disability Care…

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Public Passenger Services in Parramatta continue work bans

Public Passenger Services in Parramatta continue work bans

Public Passenger Services in Parramatta have voted to continue work bans with the following motion: This meeting of PSA Members again expresses its disappointment in Duncan Gay, Minister for Roads and Ports for failing to directly meet with the PSA over the vacant positions within the Public Passenger Services Section and note the lack of response from the Minister for Transport, Ms Gladys Berejiklian. PSA…

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Public Passenger Services bans do the trick - management commits to consultation

Public Passenger Services bans do the trick - management commits to consultation

Following industrial action at Public Passenger Services at Parramatta, the Chief Executive of RMS not only met with members and the PSA but has agreed to full consultation. Accordingly, the bans that were put in place will be lifted from 5pm today, Friday 2 August.

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