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Friday wrap: Your week in review

Bargaining Reference Group meetings next week

Bargaining Reference GroupMeetings

Your Bargaining Reference Groups (BRG) will determine the next step following the Government’s response this week to our PSUWA.
Then Members will be balloted for final endorsement, so if you’re interested in getting more involved in your union you’re welcome at one of the meetings next week.

To register, please email

Tasmanian parks need our help

Our Parks need help

Concerns have been raised regarding funding for Tasmanian parks, following last week’s article in The Mercury.

Tasmanian parks receive $12 per hectare, compared to the national average of $26 per hectare.

We have been spreading the word across social media this week, we’d love for you to join us by sharing one of our posts across social media too.

See the posts at the CPSU Tasmania Facebook page.

Continue your support for at-risk kids

Caring for children who have been taken from their parents because they are at risk is a core function of government.

You still have time to sign our petition calling on the Australian government to step up and take responsibility for the duty of care they have to vulnerable children.

The petition follows last week’s report on ABC’s 4 Corners which exposed the neglect and abuse occurring in privately-run residential care facilities where the most vulnerable children in our society live.

Sign the petition here.

Join us at the CPSU Christmas Do!

Christmas Drinks (2)

Don’t forget our Christmas Drinks and Long Term Member Celebration next week at Cafe One88 across the road from the CPSU Office on Collins Street, Hobart.

DETAILS: Wednesday, November 30 from 5-7pm @ Cafe One88.

Hope you can make it!

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