There has been further protest from opponents of the South Australian Government’s budget savings affecting the public service.

Hundreds of public sector workers have rallied at Parliament House in Adelaide against job cuts and a planned reduction of leave entitlements.

ACTU president Ged Kearney was in Adelaide to address the protest.

She said the budget savings were an attack on the “good faith” principles of enterprise bargaining.

Some Adelaide court proceedings were affected when sheriff’s officers walked off the job to attend the rally.

Juries in a murder trial and a neglect case were told there would not be enough staff to keep the courtrooms open.

See: ABC News














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