We chat the $30 mil golden handshake received by the CEO who blew up Juukan Gorge, the 'strike' that Victorian landlords are trying to pull, and the privatised Coronavirus contact tracing clusterfuck.
- Rio Tinto misled parliament during the inquiry into the Juukan Gorge destruction.
- Their CEO is being “fired”, leaving the company in 6 months and receiving a payout worth at least $25 million.
- Sports rorts are back, baby! Documents have revealed that Scott Morrison absolutely knew about the plan.
- The Section 44 eligibility crisis led to the resignation of a Greens MP and not much else.
Landlords are dogs
- Real Estate Institute of Victoria recently sent a recommendation to landlords to not to engage in good faith negotiations with their renters over rent reductions.
- This action may breach price fixing laws.
- The association rejected the Victoria Consumer Affairs Minister’s call to not participate in an illegal action.
Tracing the money
- Outlined in an article in the Saturday paper, the coronavirus tracing in Victoria is a mess of subcontractors and underfunded public servants.
- Helloworld travel, which is being used by the Andrews government as a call-center subcontractor, has been involved in several Liberal-party scandals.
- This follows a pattern established by the Federal government, who spend $5 billion a year on contractors, more than is spent on the public service.
- Tony Abbot smashing marble tables for completely normal reasons.
- Scott Morrison tries to win political points, pleading for the Queensland Premier to open the borders.
- Previously, he was on his knees for the asylum seekers he personally caged.
- Don’t miss the fawning puff-pieces about Morrison building a cubby house for his kids.
- Listen to the 7AM episode on the Coronavirus tracing clusterfuck.
- Donate to the protest war-chest of Djap Wurrung to protect sacred birthing trees.