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Rangers warn unauthorised hunting rife in national parks: survey

Rangers warn unauthorised hunting rife in national parks: survey

The NSW Government’s plan to legalise recreational hunting in NSW national parks would be hazardous to visitors and native animals while failing to control feral pests, according to a statewide survey of rangers and national park staff released today. The survey, conducted by the Public Service Association of NSW, also found that hunting was already rife in national parks though currently illegal – with many…

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Armidale hit by up to 100 UNE job cuts

Armidale hit by up to 100 UNE job cuts

General staff jobs are being cut at an alarming rate at the University of New England with up to 100 jobs on the chopping block, says the Community and Public Sector Union.

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Cuts to DEC Regional Offices

Cuts to DEC Regional Offices

The Deputy Director General Schools announced today on top of the $1.7 b cuts from the Education announced yesterday that the current 10 DEC Regional Office structure will be radically changed.

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Edgeworth, Cessnock caseworkers walk out over understaffing

Edgeworth, Cessnock caseworkers walk out over understaffing

Community services child protection staff in Edgeworth and Cessnock have stopped work for an hour this afternoon over concerns about the impact of inadequate staffing, according to the Public Service Association of NSW.

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O’Farrell dismantles school support infrastructure

O’Farrell dismantles school support infrastructure

The $1.6 billion education cuts announced today by the O’Farrell Government will leave schools, parents and students without support for the continued delivery of quality public education, according to the Public Service Association of NSW. General Secretary John Cahill said the NSW Government is driving enormous cutbacks in school support staff numbers and resources, setting many schools up for ongoing failure and loss of services.…

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