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South Island TEC Staff Face Sack, MP Says

South Island TEC Staff Face Sack, MP Says
Wellington, March 29 NZPA - The entire South Island staff of the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) expect to lose their jobs this week and they will be replaced by a call centre in South Auckland, a Labour MP said today.

Govt Faces Criticism After Putting Cap On Public Service Numbers

Govt Faces Criticism After Putting Cap On Public Service Numbers
Wellington, March 27 NZPA - The Government has put a cap on the number of public service employees and although the number has been taken from last year it is facing criticism from Labour and the Public Service Association.

Govt Announces Cap On Number Of Public Service Employees

Govt Announces Cap On Number Of Public Service Employees
Wellington, March 26 NZPA - The Government has set the cap on the number of core public service employees at 38,859, the same as it was at the end of December.

TEC Can Still Do What It Needs Despite Possible Cuts - Bosses

TEC Can Still Do What It Needs Despite Possible Cuts - Bosses
Wellington, March 25 NZPA - Despite 50 job losses the Tertiary Education Commission can still do everything it is meant to -- just with less face-to-face contact, its bosses say. Earlier this month the TEC announced a proposal which would see 76 positions axed.

Shand Confirms He Is One Of The Labour-Appointed Directors To Go

Shand Confirms He Is One Of The Labour-Appointed Directors To Go
Wellington, March 25 NZPA - Meridian Energy director David Shand is not being reappointed to the role. Several Labour government-appointed state board directors are not being reappointed by the new National Government when their terms expire .

Justice Sector Latest To Come Under The Razor Gangs Gaze

A wide-ranging review of justice sector operations is underway, Labour MP Grant Robertson revealed today. Mr Robertson released the terms of reference for the review which showed preliminary decisions are to be made by the end of March.

Justice Sector Latest To Come Under The Razor Gangs Gaze

Justice Sector Latest To Come Under The Razor Gangs Gaze
Wellington, March 11 NZPA - A wide-ranging review of justice sector operations is underway, Labour MP Grant Robertson revealed today. Mr Robertson released the terms of reference for the review which showed preliminary decisions are to be made by the end of March.

Headline Redundancies Do Not Reveal True Picture Of Job Losses

Headline Redundancies Do Not Reveal True Picture Of Job Losses
Wellington, March 6 NZPA - High profile announcements of redundancies are not revealing the full picture of job losses as the recession bites harder into the New Zealand economy.

Govt Razor Gang Looking To Slice 10 Percent From Spending: Act

Govt Razor Gang Looking To Slice 10 Percent From Spending: Act
By Ian Llewellyn of NZPA Wellington, Feb 16 NZPA - A junior minister has said the Government's razor gang wants to slice 10 percent from ministerial and departmental budgets, though she retracted this after Finance Minister Bill English said there was no specific target.

Labour Concerned At Possible National Library Lay-Offs

Labour Concerned At Possible National Library Lay-Offs
Wellington, Feb 16 NZPA - Heritage protection issues need to be considered in light of possible job lay-offs at the National Library, Labour's state services spokesman Grant Robertson says.

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