Hundreds of public servants have marched from Victoria Square to Parliament House in Adelaide in another protest against the South Australian Government budget cuts.

Correctional services workers, nurses and firefighters have been among the public servants voicing concern about planned cuts.

The Government wants to change long service leave and leave loading entitlements.

It also will prune the public sector by close to 4,000 jobs.

Unionists have told the rally the State Government cannot be trusted.

The legislation to enable the changes is expected to be put to a vote in the Upper House this week.

The Public Service Association is challenging the legality of the budget decisions in the Industrial Relations Commission.

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