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E-Day and the beauty parade: how two elections will hit the public service
VERONA BURGESS: Two of the nation's biggest elections could trigger another round of politically favoured musical chairs at the top of the public service.
Bullying remains high among Tasmanian public servants
WORKPLACE: A recent survey of 8675 state public servants returned a mixed bag of results suggesting workplace bullying, stress and struggles to maintain a good work-life balance are persistent issues.
Labor promises permanent jobs in regional Human Services hubs
DECENTRALISATION: The opposition has taken up the idea of decentralisation as a vehicle for regional development, but gone further than the government with a promise of 300 full-time Human Services jobs based in North Queensland.
Unchained: challenges ahead for soon-to-be-dismantled Uluru climb
NT: After years of negotiations, dismantling the climb still has a few hurdles yet.