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Public Address 10 April 2012 - The Very Worst

Public Address 10 April 2012 - The consultancy surge the government seems determined to ignore

The Very Worst
9:13 Apr 10, 2012 in Hard News by Russell Brown 0
To be fair, the launch of a new Wellington branch of the Howard League for Penal Reform earlier this month was not a sexy headline story. But nonetheless, at least two national news organisations indicated they would attend the event…
http://publicaddress.net/hardnews/the-very-worst/

Some of My Best Friends are Consultants
2:19 Apr 10, 2012 in OnPoint by Keith Ng 4
One of the prevailing criticisms of the Government’s Capping regime is that it forces departments to lay off staff, only to rehire them as consultants (and after paying out their redundancy). But is it true? The most comprehensive source of…
http://publicaddress.net/onpoint/some-of-my-best-friends-are-consultants/

Cut Collective: Public Access 5
15:04 Apr 6, 2012 in Capture by Jackson Perry
Don’t miss your chance to see inside the Silos, and catch the Cut Collective exhibition Public Access 5 until Friday April 13th.
http://publicaddress.net/capture/cut-collective-public-access-5/

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