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2012 Annual General Meeting

SOME of the many CPSU activities from the past year were mentioned at last Friday's Annual General Meeting. Over the past 12 months your union put more Delegates than ever before through training; continued to fight for increased resources for Child Protection Services and continued to provide professional support and advocacy.

SOME of the many CPSU activities from the past year were mentioned at last Friday’s Annual General Meeting. Over the past 12 months your union put more Delegates than ever before through training; continued to fight for increased resources for Child Protection Services and continued to provide professional support and advocacy. Campaigning against cuts to Service Tasmania opening hours is a recent highlight, and the last year saw improved safety at the prison. But the government’s refusal to bargain in good faith during negotiations over the past year was also noted. The CPSU will continue to fight for the collective rights of Members.

Awards and scholarship certificates were also handed out and we thank the recipients for the great work they do to make Tasmania a better place.

Congratulations to our 2012 CPSU Award Winners:

MyState Award for Outstanding Customer Service – Betty Hepworth and Julie Keogh

Ogilvie Jennings Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Tasmanian Community – Wayne Fletcher

RBF Award for Excellence in the Public Sector – Clare Lawrence

CPSU Award for Outstanding Contribution by a Workplace Delegate – Kenneth Dunk

CPSU Suzanne Pearce Memorial Award for Outstanding Work in Children and Youth Services – Christine Officer and Anna Wild

Our 2012 CPSU MyState Financial Amy Batt Memorial Tertiary Scholarships winners were Kellie Sullivan, Jessica Evans, Kathy Gatenby and Alex McCristal.

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