GRAFTON PRISON JOBS AXED
June 29, 2012 at 1:50 pm
As many as one hundred jobs will be axed from the Grafton Maximum Security Prison in Northern New South Wales.
The number of prisoners housed at the correction centre, which was built in 1893, will also be reduced from around 170 to just 60.
The Public Service Association confirmed the restructure today.
We’ll have more details soon.
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