Heritage Council faces closure in the next two weeks

The Heritage Council could be abolished in the next fortnight if the government pushes ahead with proposals to close the state body under its public service reform plans.

14th July, 2012

The Heritage Council could be abolished in the next fortnight if the government pushes ahead with proposals to close the state body under its public service reform plans.

The outcome of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform's critical review of state bodies was expected to be announced at the end of June, but now the Heritage Council, one of the 46 state agencies under review, expects to hear of its fate before the cabinet's...

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