Moyne Shire's wages climb nearly $2m during COVID-19 crisis

Jackson Graham
Updated September 15 2021 - 4:28pm, first published 2:00pm
BIG BILL: Moyne Shire Council's wage bill climbed $1.9 million during 2020-21, mostly due to COVID-19 allowing for changes in leave and additional employees.

A south-west council's wage bill has jumped by nearly $2 million in just a year as the coronavirus pandemic gave staff additional leave and allowed council workforces to grow.

Jackson Graham

Jackson Graham

Journalist

Jackson is a reporter for The Standard.

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