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Museums feel the squeeze as visitors arrive to parking shortages

Museums feel the squeeze as visitors arrive to parking shortages

Visitors from Sydney have given up trying to park and see blockbuster exhibitions, inquiry hears.

  • by Doug Dingwall

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Agencies in holding pattern after ministers abandon Turnbull
Liberal Party

Agencies in holding pattern after ministers abandon Turnbull

Uncertainty is expected to filter down to government agencies as the Liberal leadership remains in doubt.

  • by Doug Dingwall & Sally Whyte
Human Services' 20km move the next decentralisation farce: union

Human Services' 20km move the next decentralisation farce: union

The main public sector union says the forced move is about spin and not substance.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Thodey considering a single APS mission statement as part of review
David Thodey

Thodey considering a single APS mission statement as part of review

There may be hundreds of mission statements across the whole public service, he said.

  • by Sally Whyte
Why veterans might be the perfect fit on the Human Services cyber team

Why veterans might be the perfect fit on the Human Services cyber team

A veteran's CV could make them a shoo-in for one of the federal government's newest jobs.

  • by Doug Dingwall
'Generous' government spent $28m extra on grants to telcos: audit report

'Generous' government spent $28m extra on grants to telcos: audit report

The government spent $28 million more than it needed to on helping companies implement data retention.

  • by Sally Whyte
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Hot-desking 'tsunami': ATO eyes changes in Melbourne, Queensland

Hot-desking 'tsunami': ATO eyes changes in Melbourne, Queensland

Tax officials at four more offices can expect an overhaul soon, a union warns.

  • by Doug Dingwall
'Fight of your life': vet recounts trauma as report probes cost of whistleblowing
Whistleblower

'Fight of your life': vet recounts trauma as report probes cost of whistleblowing

A new report lays out the devastating consequences for people revealing wrongdoing.

  • by Doug Dingwall & Michael Inman
Consultants defend independence, deny government is 'the dairy'
Accounting

Consultants defend independence, deny government is 'the dairy'

The consulting representatives also denied their bosses collude over government work.

  • by Sally Whyte
Home Affairs: let us recruit more staff

Home Affairs: let us recruit more staff

The new mega department said caps on staff numbers imposed by the government hampers its work.

  • by Sally Whyte
Business Council calls for greater private role in public services

Business Council calls for greater private role in public services

The lobby group also wants a rethink on the number of consultants in the APS.

  • by Sally Whyte