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