Independent News For The South Australian Public Service
Edition Number 271. Updated Thursday, 17 July 2014

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Main News

PS reforms to open public access


A package of reforms will improve the public's access to Government, cut red tape and abolish unnecessary boards and committees, according to Premier, Jay Weatherill

Other News

Talking Point

High cost of parking is taxing our CBDs

Australian cities need more parking not less, says Ross Elliott, who argues it's not logical to ration what there is with extortionate charges to try to drive the car out of our main employment centres

News in brief

  • Grants for volunteers
  • Tourism backs regions
  • Contamination no risk

Letters: Your Say

  • Drop-in offices a good idea

Senior Appointments

Who's who and who's moving in the Australian Public Service

Personal Development

Morning glory: How to wake up to a workout

By Hannah Newman

Communications pitfalls: Email traps for the unwary

By Jessie Kwak

Time lords: How to make the hours work for you

By Ben Young

PS News Features

University teaching needs to be an open book

By Ross Guest

I-teams blaze new trails for the public sector

By Jonathan Rowson

Indigenous recognition on right side of history

By Tom Calma

Out of Hours

Travel Extra - Indulge in the lap of Versace luxury on the Gold Coast

By Rama Gaind

DVD Review - Jack Irish

By Rama Gaind


By David Ellis

PS News Books

The Book of Paul: The Wit and Wisdom of Paul Keating

By Russell Marks

Don Dunstan, Intimacy and Liberty

By Dino Hodge

Inherit the Dead

By various authors