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Campaign to recommission Grafton gaol

The PSA's continued and repeated position is that Grafton gaol be fully recommissioned. We remain firmly committed to that position as it is the most effective and economical solution to the overcrowding crisis in the short term. The PSA has now written to the President of the Grafton Chamber of Commerce and the Mayor of the Clarence Valley Council seeking their continued support for our…

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Corrective Services (non custodial) Update on dispute re Flexible Working Hours, 25 March 2015

Non Custodial Bulletin - Update on dispute re flexible working hours - 25 March 2015 (PDF version) On Friday 6 March 2015, the Industrial Relations Commission recommended that, in the interests of resolving the dispute, Corrective Services NSW provide information to the PSA to explain the need for the restrictions to the flexible working hours for Offender Services and Program staff at Cessnock, Kempsey and…

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ADHC Bulletin re campaign update - 25 March 2015

ADHC Bulletin re campaign update - 25 March 2015 (PDF version) PSA campaign against privatisation is helping to give people a real choice in NSW election As you are aware, the Baird Government is privatising all of Ageing Disability and Home Care in NSW and intends to transfer all ADHC assets to private providers by July 2018. These ADHC “assets” include publicly owned properties such…

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Letter from Minister Perrottet

To PSA Members in Department of Corrective Services, The PSA received a letter today from the Minister for Finance and Services, Dominic Perrottet. Read a copy HERE Members will be advised of further developments.

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PSA ramps up pre-election pressure in key seats - ADHC Bulletin - 20 March 2015

PSA ramps up pre-election pressure in key seats - ADHC Bulletin, 20 March 2015 (PDF version) The PSA Defending Public Services campaign has entered another key pre-election phase. The PSA, your union, has written to candidates in 23 key state seats reminding them of the negative impact of the privatisation of disability services. The letter sets out how many local residents have signed the PSA…

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