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Public Sector Informant : PSI
Find us every Saturday in and at mycareer.com.au 10-05574/1 [MAY 2010] 42 THE PUBLIC SECTOR INFORMANT At the Canberra Southern Cross Club, we have a range of wonderful options for spoiling your Mum this Mother's Day, Sunday, May 9 Woden -- 6283 7200 Southern Cross Restaurant and Cocktail Bar Three course lunch includes glass of sparkling wine and chocolates for mum, $60pp*. Tuggeranong -- 6293 7200 Peppercress Restaurant Three course lunch includes glass of sparkling wine and chocolates for mum, $55pp*. Jamison -- 6251 2255 Cornerstone Brasserie Buffet breakfast -- $17.50 pp*. Children (U12) $10.50pp*. Lunch and Dinner available. Catchpole's Dining Room Two course lunch -- $36.50pp*. Children's meals available. Yatch Club -- 6273 1784 Lotus Bay Restaurant Two course breakfast menu -- $39pp, children (U12) $20pp* Three course lunch menu -- $55pp. Children (U12) $25pp*. MV Southern Cross Buffet breakfast cruise -- Members $49pp, Non-members $55pp, Children (U12) $28pp*. Lunch cruise -- glass of sparkling wine, Canapés and three course menu. Members $65pp, Non-members $71pp, Children (U12) $29pp*. BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL Visit www.cscc.com.au for details and menus For the information of members and their guests. 10 10 -0 10 0 10 0 1 0 10 0 10- 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 00 0 10 10 0 - - 5 5 518 55 5 518 8 5 55 5 5 551 55 8 55 8 51 551 5 5 1 5 5 5 1 1 1 /1 / /1 /1 1 /1 10-05518/1 21 Malbon Street, Bungendore, NSW 2621 For more information, visit www.thecarringtoninn.com.au or to make a booking call us on 02 6238 1044 Sunday, May 09, 2010 $55.00 per person 3-course Light Lunch with a complimentary Glass of French Bubbles for Mum! 11am to 4pm Roast Capsicum & Goats Curd Tart Drizzled with Pesto, Tapanade & Candy Balsamic Chermoula Chicken Cannelli Beans, French Beans, Persian Fetta & Candy Lemon OR Fish Of The Day Potatoes, Beans, Olives, Semidried Tomatoes & Lime Aioli Petit Fours Served with Coffee & Tea 10-05550/1 Health reform It's unlikely policy or principles were behind the initial resistance to the PM's hospital plans Magic Prime Minister Kevin Rudd launched a health plan, focused on public hospitals. Then he demanded that the owners of those hospitals, the states, all sign up. Some were keen, some relieved, some doubtful. One in particular was very negative. Victorian Premier John Brumby reckoned his state's system led the way and suggested a different model. A few states joined in, chanting ''more money''. Others joined Rudd to paint Brumby as a potential wrecker of policy unity. Rudd didn't want to take over public hospitals nationwide, but he wanted to put the Commonwealth in the driver's seat. Now imagine you ran a loose but supposedly cooperative enterprise. Say a company with factories in different places that were used to doing things differently. Imagine everyone agreed that things needed to be improved, but there was no consensus as to how. You, the overall manager, proposed a model, but another factory, which had been doing okay, asserted that its model was better. It would be logical to trial
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