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Home News 10 recent goings-on in the Western Australian public sector
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PEOPLEColin Barnett, Kim Papalia, Albert Jacob, Lynne Craigie
DEPARTMENTSLandgate, WA Public Sector Commission, WA Road Safety Commission, WA Department of Parks and Wildlife, WA Environmental Protection Authority, ScreenWest, Tourism WA
TAGS Western Australia, local government, Environment, chief scientist, Colin Barnett, WA public service, WA government, WA, Public Sector Commission, president, ScreenWest, Landgate, west, WA public sector, Professor, Peter Klinken, Albert Jacob, Perth, chair, Lynne Craigie, Corruption and Crime Commission, Premier, Heritage Minister, Swan River Trust, Department of Parks and Wildlife, Parks and Wildlife, director of operations, Department of Main Roads, office of Road Safety, Road Safety Commission, WA Local Government Association, Kim Papalia, acting commissioner, Environmental Protection Authority, Environment Minister, Paul Vogel, Nathan Harding, Diane Smith-Gander, Janelle Marr, Peter Rowe, Howard Cearns, Richard Vaughan, chair of the Tourism WA board, chair of the ScreenWest board, deputy chair, Transfield Services, chief
A roundup of announcements, appointments, resignations and machinery-of-government changes in the Western Australian public sector that have taken place around the turn of the financial year.
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