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Janet Rice
Secretary of the Department of Health said: It's "my last day in the public service, I have destroyed all of my notebooks". Why would the secretary destroy any documents prior to this senate inquiry hearing when she knew she would be giving evidence today?
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💧 Apocolyptic Progressive Forever ✊🏻 Feb 27
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Pat Hall Feb 27
Definitely something to hide.
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💧Mike Wayville Feb 27
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Lock her up! That's a crime.
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Spookylie Feb 27
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Wilfmas 🎅🏻 Kringley Feb 28
just an absolute mystery
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Bec McLellan Feb 27
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That isn't OK. The destruction of those documents ,(they are documents under the Archives Act 1983) should have been prevented under their Records Management Policy. They still serve a business purpose.
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Avis Williamson Feb 27
Not necessarily. If they are notes taken for personal use they are probably not records under the Act.
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Denise C (Groodle mother) Feb 27
Replying to @janet_rice @glengyron
How is that even legal? Aren't they official govt documents?
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⚫️💧Marydoll Feb 27
It would be reasonable to say, if she took the notes during paid working periods and used paper, pens or electronic assets belonging to her workplace that can be considered employers property. In my workplaces all diaries were admissible as court evidence.
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Gavin Feb 27
It's an easy choice...breach records legislation or get busted for fraudulent grant approvals.
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