Aboriginal public servants
AROUND 50 Aboriginal Public Service Association (PSA) members joined the union’s Aboriginal Advisory Council when it met in Dubbo for a critical jobs summit.
PSA President Kylie Mckelvie and General Secretary Stewart Little joined the council to discuss Aboriginal Employment strategies in the NSW public sector.
“The PSA proudly has more than 100 Aboriginal members of Aboriginal descent in the Dubbo region,” PSA General Secretary Stewart Little said.
“It was rightly felt that to get a true and respectful understanding of the issues of importance to Aboriginal people in the NSW public sector, that we bring the discussion to the Dubbo region.”
Dubbo volunteer group The Inland Waterways was named as a state champion for their efforts to improve fish habitat in the Macquarie Valley. Pictured are John Brouff, David Harris, Mick O’neill and Matt Hansen. PHOTO: SUPPLIED