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Cuts to Offender Supervision Program

Opposition calls on O'Farrell to reverse dangerous cuts to Offender Supervision Program in this year's Budget. Media release by John Robertson, Friday 21 June 2013

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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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Budget cuts to hit schools, TAFE, foster care, parole

Today’s NSW State Budget cuts jobs and resources from critical public services while putting a further squeeze on workers’ pay and conditions, the Public Service Association said today. The budget outlines job cuts from across the public service including TAFE, schools, disability and foster care and parole officers. PSA General Secretary Anne Gardiner said the budget outlined a reckless approach based on cutting rather than…

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Budget warning: Govt bill cuts public sector security, paves way for more cuts

The Public Service Association fears another round of deep public sector job cuts will be announced in tomorrow’s budget as the O’Farrell Government prepares to slash public sector employment and rights with a Bill before Parliament. It said the State government appeared to have no plan for better public services or managing the fall-out of its public sector job cuts. The Government did not appear…

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Federal Greens move against minimum wage rise being reduced by super increase

Media Release Adam Bandt MP Deputy Leader, Australian Greens Federal Member for Melbourne 3 June 2013 Bandt will move to protect minimum wage from super rises Greens Deputy Leader and workplace spokesperson Adam Bandt MP says he will move amendments to the Fair Work Act tomorrow to limit the ability of the Fair Work commission to suppress minimum wage rises because of increases in the…

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