Court rules against bureaucrat’s freedom to tweet

By Julian Bajkowski Conflicts over the personal and official use of social media by public sector employees are again under the spotlight after a Federal Circuit Court Judge knocked-back an attempt by a Canberra public servant to obtain injunction on any move to have her sacked over tweets that were made in a non-official capacity. […]

Bids called to refuel Christmas Island

By Julian Bajkowski A sharp increase in government activity related to unauthorised boat arrivals near Christmas Island has prompted an urgent upgrade of fuel storage facilities for the far flung port so that planes that fly there won’t get stranded. Tender documents released by the Commonwealth show authorities are shopping for an extra aviation fuel […]

Diversity part of population debate

By Rob O’Brien The diversity of cultures that will feature in Australia’s future should form part of any population policy, according to the Australian Multicultural Foundation. With Australia predicted to grow to 36 million by 2050 according to the latest Intergenerational Report, executive director of the Australian Multicultural Foundation, Hass Dellal, said that social inclusion […]


End of content

No more pages to load