Archive for November 4th, 2016

Tax Office tries to ‘crush’ whistleblower with $88000 legal bill – The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Tax Office tries to ‘crush’ whistleblower with $88000 legal bill
The Sydney Morning Herald
A former tax official who blew the whistle on the ATO’s “covert operations” against taxpayers has been left jobless, broke and facing demands for $88,000 in legal fees from the federal government. Former ATO public servant Ron Shamir wants to continue

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Friday, November 4th, 2016

Deputy Police Commissioner Catherine Burn likely to face adverse finding, letter reveals – The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Deputy Police Commissioner Catherine Burn likely to face adverse finding, letter reveals
The Sydney Morning Herald
Deputy Police Commissioner Catherine Burn is likely to face adverse findings when the Ombudsman’s long-running and controversial police bugging inquiry, Operation Prospect, tables its report, leaked letters have revealed. An adverse finding would …
NSW Crime Commission slams inquiry into Kaldas bugging operationThe Australian

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Friday, November 4th, 2016

Passengers slugged for overseas travel – NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auPassengers slugged for overseas travelNEWS.com.auFOREIGN airlines like AirAsia and Scoot have been accused of exploiting a loophole in new laws meant to prevent travellers being slugged with inflated credit card processing fees. While Qantas…

Friday, November 4th, 2016

Illegal workers detained at WA farm – NEWS.com.au


Brisbane Times

Illegal workers detained at WA farm
NEWS.com.au
More than a dozen illegal workers have been detained after raids on a Perth farm. The 13 men and a woman from Malaysia and Indonesia were detained by Australian Border Force officers at a farm in Bullsbrook in Perth’s north on Wednesday. The ABF …
Illegal workers detained after raidsPerth Now

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Friday, November 4th, 2016

Turnbull refuses to rule out freedom of speech inquiry – The New Daily


The New Daily

Turnbull refuses to rule out freedom of speech inquiry
The New Daily
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he won’t stand in the way of an inquiry into freedom of speech. Photo: AAP. Jane Norman. Share. Tweet Share Reddit Pin Email. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has indicated he will not stand in the way of an inquiry

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