One of the reasons New South Wales is a great place to live is because of our public structures owned by State Governments. These public structures include the physical structures (roads, schools, rail system and hospitals) and organisational structures (the police, fire brigade, community services) we need to function as a society, and the social support system that help to ensure the health and well-being of our communities. Well-functioning and supported public structures are essential to our State.
Electricity unions will today launch a multi-million dollar community campaign against a proposal by the O'Farrell Government to sell the state's electricity poles and wires monopoly to pay for unfunded election commitments.
SYDNEY'S biggest council is planning to save ratepayers up to $6 million by selling off its network of childcare centres, prompting warnings of fee increases and lost jobs.
The USU attended a recent meeting with NSW Ambulance Service Industrial Officers where the USU was briefed on the restructure of Payroll operations.
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