Saturday, May 27, 2017

Saturday News is in the Contaminated air

Land contamination review follows Fairfax Media Toxic State investigation

EPA defends guidelines not to report contaminated property sites if land value could be affected

A review into the New South Wales Environment Protection Authority's (EPA) management of significantly contaminated sites by Macquarie University found the agency routinely did not declare contaminated sites where property values could be affected

Sydney asbestos dumper Dib Hanna at it again

Serial asbestos dumper moves to Melbourne to set up shop under new name

Hoarder doctor Eiman Al Raheb suspended over dirty practice habits

A GP with a hoarding habit has been suspended after allowing dogs to wander into her home practice, storing medicines with food and leaving uncapped needles about.

Hong Kong and Macau regulators intensify efforts against money laundering, financial crime and terrorist funding South China Morning Post 

Multinational companies winning taxpayer-funded contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars are not paying tax, a Fairfax Media investigation of Tax Office and tender data has revealed.
'Taxpayers sabotaged': Companies not paying tax despite receiving $6 billion in government contracts

Shameful tax dodge by multinationals makes mockery of lowest ...

ATO's Jordan push for cultural change may be first casualty

$160 million Cranston tax affair highlights deep weaknesses in tax system ...

Murdoch coverage in UK of Taxing Matters

Lost battle to bust big dodgers

High life of luxury