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Katy Gallagher Aug 4
The trademarks of Scott Morrison’s secretive $5.2 million COVID Commission are unexplained spending of public money, contracts for mates and secret documents 🕵🏼‍♀️
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Katy Gallagher Aug 3
Another big spend by the secretive National Covid Commission. I wonder what this $80,000 paid for? Will we ever know?
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LORI HENDRY Jul 31
Replying to @Lrihendry
Promises made, promises kept.
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Aaron Paquette 4m
Replying to @Ward4Aaron
Have fun exploring! Here are screeenshots from the Operating Budget, for example. As you can see, it’s laid out in a very easy to navigate UI and there are also links for even more granular details (but those are in the form of reports).
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Katy Gallagher Aug 4
Replying to @SenKatyG
This FOI response by the PM’s department about the details of the $542,000 payment for a former Liberal Party pollster exempted key info like - what are they doing and why does it cost half a million dollars of taxpayer money?!
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💧🏸 BettyG Aug 6
Those in media rarely engage in self reflection if what Dan Andrews was subjected to today in the name of can they tell us why the same level of scrutiny has NEVER been applied to Morrison?
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Jason Ward Aug 6
now! Federal funding is for staffing and care not Maseratis and mansions!
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Jennifer Cohn ✍🏻 Aug 6
This is BS. Unlike other North Carolina counties, is banning the public from observing its handling of vote tallies on Election Night. They cannot expect the public to trust their election results when they behave in this bizarrely shady manner.
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bs Jul 31
At , one of the key pillars of our company culture is That’s why we’re tweeting out this Form 4 that shows we granted our CFO a shit ton of stock options the day before a announcement would drive stock up 2,000% We know the SEC won’t do shit about it
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Real Items Ⓥ Jul 31
What if you could use the blockchain to track items and leverage as collateral? 🤔
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Katy Gallagher Aug 4
Replying to @SenKatyG
It seems to be pretty easy for Scott Morrison to spend public dollars with Liberal mates but a lot harder to be open and accountable on what it’s being spent on.
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Dona Bertarelli Aug 6
If we are to stop fishing and solve overfishing, must be improved on the by enforcing strict regulations to all Nations fishing our commons grounds.
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Mark Obenshain Aug 5
If the Parole Board is illegally freeing murderers and other violent felons, and his political partisans cannot be allowed to cover it up.
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bathew mateman Aug 4
Morning shitmunchers!! Just wanted to let u know this weeks meeting with my acquiescent vegan colleague Rob will be open for questions. He will feed them back into the BG supercomputer and you can go online or use an app to find them somewhere on the intranet.
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Transparency International NZ Aug 6
Congratulations to our Parliament on the release of their new Code of Conduct! TINZ has been calling for parliamentarians to develop a code of conduct since 2003 and applaud this action on a non-partisan issue. While more thought is needed, this is a fantastic step
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Gen.Mohammad Buhari Aug 3
2020 VOTERS REGISTRATION STATISTICS(Provisional) - PHASE 1-5
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Mr. Rosé™®3.6👤🌹 20h
Your man got diagnosed with anxiety with a side of [high blood pressure (sort of)], today, wooo!! 💕
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Bernard Oundo Aug 6
Ahead of the upcoming Annual General Meeting, Law Society presidential aspirant Bernard Oundo outlines strategies guaranteed to help members maneuver through these tough pandemic times.
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Budget Justice Coalition SA Aug 5
Budget Justice Coalition welcomes this news. In our budget submissions to Parliament, we have called repeatedly for greater of procurement information. BJC's submission on the draft procurement bill repeated this call.
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Coconut Grove Today Aug 7
City Commission - Minutes - Aug 3, 2020 10:30 AM View Documents -->
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