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NSW has flunked a key election promise to cut highly paid public servant fat cats, despite freezing the pay of frontline workers including teachers and nurses.
Doubts about every Australian being fully vaccinated by the end of October have sparked major concerns among health experts and business groups, who are urging the federal government to get on with the rollout.
“Charlatan” psychologists in NSW have been at the centre of a growing spate of complaints by patients, with the number of reports registered with the healthcare watchdog rising sharply in the past five years.
And in sport, ARLC chairman Peter V’landys and NRL CEO Andrew Abdo will score another victory when the first triple-header featuring all three grades kicks off this weekend.
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