Forde said air services had recently negotiated relatively fair and reasonable agreements with its air traffic controllers and fire brigades. Airservices Australia said it wants a simplified company agreement that aligns with the federal government`s bargaining policy in the workplace. February 26, 1991 Review of the resources published by the CAA (RoR) for all parts of its activities. Recommends that seven air traffic control centres be grouped into two major centres, one in Melbourne and the other in Brisbane and 4 Terminal Control Units (TCU) in Cairns, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth. Four control towers are to close, Port Headland, Karratha, Mount Isa and Wagga Wagga. CAA will cease operational control and transfer responsibility for aviation search and rescue to a new centre in Canberra. . . .