We -AUSTRALIA are AGAIN a laughing stock around the world!!
Bureaucrats in Melbourne from cabinet minister Michaelia Cash’s Department of Jobs and Innovation benefited from a new $210,000 kitchen, which included a $38,274 ‘tea point’ for public servants to sit down and enjoy a soy chai latte.
The Prime Minister’s office was also a drain on the public purse, with $6,133 spent on four luxury French Chateau chairs in the executive wing of Malcolm Turnbull’s department in Canberra.
Well done to Judge Peter MAHONEY— you moron. Clearly she needed help and yet again the POLICE force failed to help her. Whose pocket are you in. Your on a taxpayer funded wage which is obscene and your in the pockets of Govt departments. Lets hop the next ISIS bomb in Australia is aimed at the legal system…. just means you will all go and hide like the sniveling cowards you are.
But the 40-year-old former officer’s case against NSW Police failed.
I called him an idiot and I left.
Female police officer to male psychologist who recommended sex with her husband as ‘best stress relief’ from work.
Judge Mahony found it was reasonable for NSW Police to “do nothing” despite two psychologists in 2006 recommended treatment following the PTSD diagnosis, after Ms Sills understated her psychological problems in an effort to return to work.
When she was identified as an officer at risk in 2009 after attending five serious critical incidents in six months – including a fatal car crash involving a 17-year-old girl and a fatal house fire involving an elderly man – Ms Sills said she was “seeking outside help” in response to a senior officer’s emailed welfare check.
But Ms Sills did not undergo counselling or use available support services, despite being aware of the Employee Assistance Program, a peer support program and police chaplain, Judge Mahony said.
Ms Sills told the court she was directed to attend the EPA in 2004 after the death of a child in a Doyalson house fire but “felt worse after seeing the psychologist”.
The court heard that by 2011 when Ms Sills last worked a shift at Tuggerah Lakes command there were 28 officers unfit for duty because of trauma-related incidents.
What an absolute disgrace….. why the hell are we continually saying dorry… IM NOT SORRY. We did what we thought was the right thing to do in those times… so stop saying sorry for me… IM NOT
I wrote this to the game people
I was looking forward to the opening ceremony last night with my family… my gawd, what a disgrace. Absolute rubbish. We watched the first 30 minutes and it went on and on and on with aboriginal stuff…. we then turned it off and watched netflix. I cant believe you used my tax payer money to fund that rubbish. You should hear radio today and the criticism is scathing. well done on destroying such a great opportunity to display the best of the Gold Coast and Australia. All you did is embarrass us around the world.
Politicians are nothing but blood sucking mongrels sucking the life out of the taxpayers.. and yet again nothing happens. We have that thieving bastard ANDREWS in Victoria stealing from us TAXPAYERS in the last election and yet nothing happens..
Are we Australians sick of and tired of this… and yet the Federal Police still fail to do nothing
Vic MP says no deceit over rorts-for-votes
Victorian Sports Minister John Eren says he was reassured Labor’s $388,000 rorts-for-votes scheme at the 2014 election was within the rules.
Read the story from news.com.au
A Victorian minister named as one of 21 Labor MPs who misused $388,000 in public money to pay campaign staff at the last election says he was reassured the scheme was within the rules.
Sports Minister John Eren signed off on time sheets worth $2358 for an electorate officer who instead campaigned in another electorate in the so-called rorts-for-votes scandal.
Mr Eren told reporters on Sunday the then-opposition MPs all thought the scheme was part of a long-standing staff polling arrangement.
“It was relayed as a pool staffing arrangement,” Mr Eren said.
“It’s important to say, because it was a long standing practice, I didn’t feel like I was misled, I just felt like that was a reassurance that was given at the time.”
He also said it’s time to “move on” from the scandal – but the opposition and Greens have other ideas.
The coalition opposition want to send the issue of legal costs spent by the government, Ombudsman Deborah Glass and Legislative Council president to the state’s Auditor General.
They are also demanding an upper house select committee to further examine the issue.
The Greens want to send the matter to the privileges committee, have still-serving MPs named in the report fined and Premier Daniel Andrews apologise to parliament, and for Labor to pay a $100,000 fine and cover the costs of the Ombudsman.
Ms Glass on Wednesday released a report detailing how 21 Labor MPs in the lead up to the 2014 election breached parliamentary guidelines by approving $388,000 of taxpayer money that went to campaign staff.
Labor has since repaid the money and Premier Daniel Andrews says all six of the ombudsman’s recommendations will be implemented.