Australians are sick and tired of you useless politicians,,, both sides are in it for themselves.
What we want you to do is:
Lower Electricity prices… Not tell us to find the best deal… WRONG We are one of the wealthiest countries in the world and we have the most expensive prices.
Tomorrow tell us you are going to start to build a new Coal fired Power station…NOW !
Tell the Paris agreement to stick it… Australia First and stop bending over!
Why cant we start the talk about a Nuclear Power station ?
Stop giving our money away to the Lefties, wind farms etc, start looking after our own people and farmers.
BUILD a dam and harvest the water for agriculture, pipe it to where it needs to go. We don’t mind getting into debt for something worthwhile
STOP THE BULL SHIT and actually do something about it, talk is cheap and you guys are so full of BULLSHIT. You both need to be slapped silly
Leadership in Australia is non existent. We have done nothing in the last 10 years except get further into debt and got nothing out of it, gone no where.
Maybe its time we start to rise up and look for change. TRUMP, love him or hate him he is doing it for the RIGHT reason, AMERICA FIRST, what about our legless leaders looking after AUSTRALIA First….
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.
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