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“South Australia is Not for Sale”

The Public Service Association of South Australia says “South Australia is Not for Sale.” PwC has just released a report recommending that SA Pathology not be privatised for 12-18 months. “The PSA will continue to vigorously oppose further cuts to SA Pathology and any attempts to privatise this important public service as it has consistently done in recent times.”

Source: www.cpsu.asn.au

Corrections Day

PSA General Secretary Stewart Little and POVB Chair Nicole Jess celebrated Correction Day at the official opening of the new rapid build Hunter Correctional Centre. “A state-run correctional system works best to protect the people of NSW and rehabilitate inmates. In the past 12 months, a bid from the public sector kept John Morony in public hands, while the nearby privatized facility at Parklea is to be scrutinised by a parliamentary committee. I would like to congratulate each and every member in every part of Corrective Services for their expertise, dedication and professionalism.”

Source: Public Service Association

Disability members – Share this Facebook video - Public Service Association

Public disability workers discuss “When did you find out that the NSW Government planned to privatize all Public Disability Services?” in a Public Service Association (PSA) video. “Disability services need to be a function of government,” says one worker. “The most vulnerable people in society can’t be left to profit-making organizations.”

Source: Public Service Association