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Is integrity in government a euphemism in NSW?

23 January 2015

When away from the South West Pacific, Australians and New Zealanders affect a camaraderie and familial connection.  At home we know we are different. 515 more words

Pets Need Your Attention This Winter

(WLNS) – As the temperatures drop, it’s important to remember pets need proper shelter during the winter season.

The Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter wants to remind all pet owners not to leave them outside. 225 more words

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ICAC restricts even small gifts in latest code of conduct for public bodies

THE graft-buster has updated its code of conduct for members of public bodies to include tighter restrictions on employees receiving even gifts worth less than HK$500 without senior approval, after the corruption-fighting agency was itself embroiled in a spending and gifts scandal. 438 more words

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Hong Kong anti-corruption agency finally gets its tigers

HONG KONG has finally caught its own tigers. The ICAC has often been accused of going after the small fry. But Rafael Hui Si-yan, the government’s former No 2, and property tycoon Thomas Kwok Ping-kwong are as big as they come. 307 more words

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Money Matters

(WARNING: Political satire follows)

 

Extremely frustrated seeing that lying, Labor kleptocrat Eddie Obeid still walking our streets, free as a bird. As is that supreme slime-ball, Craig Thompson, having got off because of an inept prosecution. 317 more words

Craig Thompson

Sinodinis Resigns; Full Ministerial Reshuffle Must Follow

THE RESIGNATION from Tony Abbott’s ministry by Assistant Treasurer Arthur Sinodinis — sidelined since March after being implicated in an ICAC investigation — is welcome, overdue, yet warrants no acclaim; Sinodinis’ leave from ministerial duty has been badly mishandled, but his belated departure provides an opportunity for Abbott to extensively reshuffle (and fix) his sometimes misfiring frontbench. 1,495 more words