A new initiative allows certified RSA staff from other states to work in NSW without new credentials

Conor Burke
By Conor Burke
March 28 2022 - 9:00pm
In the mix: Birdhouse Bar & Kitchen managers Jacson Somerville and Baily Busuttil aren't sure a cut to RSA red tape will affect staffing. Picture Madeline Begley

The state government said it will "cut red tape" so hospitality staff from other states can work in NSW, but Wagga businesses are unsure it will help their staffing woes.

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Conor Burke

Conor Burke

Journalist

Conor comes to Wagga from Sydney, where he worked for education and health publications. Originally from London, Conor is interested in your quirky story. Mobile: 0400 311 335 EMAIL: conor.burke@dailyadvertiser.com.au

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