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Simple way to end Legislative Assembly's 'wasteful' transparency games

Simple way to end Legislative Assembly's 'wasteful' transparency games

The problem of 'wasteful' transparency only exists where the government lacks transparency to start with.

  • by The Canberra Times

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Barnaby Joyce cries foul in government's approach to public service jobs
Barnaby Joyce

Barnaby Joyce cries foul in government's approach to public service jobs

Barnaby Joyce has blasted his own's government's "bulls--t" commitment to moving public servants from Canberra to regional Australia.

  • by Fergus Hunter
Burnt out, overloaded, red tape and bullying: Public servants' gripes
Public service

Burnt out, overloaded, red tape and bullying: Public servants' gripes

Stressed-out Queensland public servants have revealed their biggest issues on the job, from sexual harassment to red tape.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
The 7 types of people you find at a public service morning tea
Public service

The 7 types of people you find at a public service morning tea

From the Costco mum to the 'I'm going to eat while the FAS is talking', we detail them all.

  • by Bree Winchester
John Lloyd still faces possible investigation over allegation

John Lloyd still faces possible investigation over allegation

A decision on whether to investigate John Lloyd is yet to be made.

  • by Doug Dingwall
National Archives confirms 10 jobs to go, admits to 'decline' in access to records
Canberra

National Archives confirms 10 jobs to go, admits to 'decline' in access to records

Its chief David Fricker said the agency's budget would impact on its services "across the board".

  • by Doug Dingwall
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Don't worry, participate: the message on APS review

Don't worry, participate: the message on APS review

More details of the review of the Australian public service have emerged at Senate estimates.

  • by Sally Whyte
John Lloyd not under investigation after PM&C received allegations
Martin Parkinson

John Lloyd not under investigation after PM&C received allegations

Prime Minister's department received allegations about the Public Service Commissioner's conduct, but there is no investigation.

  • by Doug Dingwall
The bill for the new Home Affairs department is in: $5.5 million

The bill for the new Home Affairs department is in: $5.5 million

That's just over half of what was budgeted.

  • by Sally Whyte
RSL backs war memorial, former director condemns weapons sponsorship
Brendan Nelson

RSL backs war memorial, former director condemns weapons sponsorship

The memorial's $500 million expansion has also been questioned.

  • by Sally Whyte
John Lloyd refuses to say whether he is under investigation

John Lloyd refuses to say whether he is under investigation

At a Senate estimates hearing, John Lloyd faced a barrage of questions asking whether he was the subject of a probe.

  • by Doug Dingwall