Thursday, October 29, 2015

Local Government Chiefs: Brain Freeze

Mr Hua, a former Auburn councillor who is the brother-in-law and business partner of Auburn mayor Le "Lily" Lam, told a Federal Court liquidator's examination last year he had "no involvement" in the day-to-day running of the company. He also didn't have a pool.
It was his second day in the Federal Court witness box and things were not going swimmingly for the deputy mayor of Auburn. His close friend and "right hand man" had already dropped a bombshell by admitting he forged documents given to the liquidator appointed to Cr Mehajer's failed company SM Project Developments Pools cash payments and a big tax bill Salim Mehajer faces liquidator

And in a bizarre twist, it can be revealed that Atanasovski is a shareholder in a company of which Labor MP for Rockdale Steve Kamper is sole director and secretary The Liberal councillor the labor MP and the convicted drug dealer the falcon

Democracy in action public servants take on community spirit
The Windsor bridge community group in court

Loo coup women protest about lack of toilets at NSW Parliament

"I've missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I've been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed."  
~ Michael Jordan via J-P S
Private training colleges have profiteered at the public’s expense, tripling tuition fees in three years and lumping taxpayers with a ballooning $3 billion bill for student loans, reports The AustralianOfficial data reveals the average tuition fee for an information technology diploma soared from $2,779 in 2011 to $18,735 last year. Other degrees have roughly tripled in cost leading to ballooning student debt.

The accent that is Australian 

Betty Dickson works as the lollipop lady patrolling crossings outside a primary school in the Scotland. She’s known for waving at the little boys and girls as they pass but the local council has reportedly “banned her” from doing so in the future Lollipop Lady in Local Orwelean Times

WOOLLAHRA Liberal councillor Andrew Petrie declared “war” on his own party, claiming it had promised Waverley Mayor Sally Betts preselection in the mayoral race in a future, amalgamated eastern suburbs council. The comments came as Cr Betts yesterday extended a peace offering to Woollahra, asking it to drop its independence campaign and consider joining Waverley and Randwick’s merger.
Civil War: Australian Versus South African and Sri Lankan
Sally Bettes with Noel DSouza (sic)

Sculpting Future