Juddery, Bruce

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Juddery, Bruce

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1941 - 2003


Bruce Juddery was born in Tauranga, New Zealand in 1941 and migrated to Australia around 1964. He was a graduate of the Australian National University, and worked for the Canberra Times from 1966 to 1980 as a journalist covering government, economics, public administration and the Australian Public Service. He also worked in Public Relations for the ANU, as Secretary of the ACT Branch of the Australian Journalist's Association, and as a freelance journalist including Canberra correspondent for the Australian Business Magazine. He is author of two books, At the Centre: the Australian Bureaucracy in the 1970's (1974) and White Collar Power: a History of the ACOA (1980). The Administrative and Clerical Officers' Association (ACOA) was the union representing white collar workers of the Commonwealth Public Service, and is now referred to as the Public Sector Union. Juddery died in Canberra on 15 January 2003.


New Zealand; Canberra

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Entered from deposit description on 22 September 2011




Senator Jeanie Ferris, Senate Hansard, 6 February 2003, pp. 8800-01
Obituary by Jack Waterford, Canberra Times, 17 January 2003, p. 8

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