Abo­rig­i­nal pub­lic ser­vants

Dubbo Photo News - - Weekender -

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

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