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Wednesday, 03 October 2012
Alan Jones Comments 03/10/2012
Alan Jones comments on the government wasting more funds on its ministerial staff.
Target MPs for super savings: ex-minister
ICAC’s decision brings to an end one of the darkest chapters in Wollongong’s history.
Headlined by an explosive two-week public hearing in February 2008, the ICAC inquiry prompted the sacking of the city’s councillors and resulted in the corruption watchdog flagging a possible 139 criminal charges against 11 individuals – including councillors, developers and public servants.
In the end, just 21 charges were laid against six people.
Only three individuals – Wollongong developers Frank Vellar and Glen Tabak and former councillor Frank Gigliotti – were found guilty on a total of seven charges.
ATO accused of systemic abuse of power
Public service cuts hurt, says union
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From 1st July, NSW will see an increase of 16.4 per cent in the average power bill. Dr Peter Boxall, the Chairman of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) Chairman estimated that roughly 50% of the total NSW increases will result from the introduction of a carbon price.
In practice this percentage varies between retailer. The specific carbon impact on price increases is as follows:
•EnergyAustralia 49.4 per cent of a 19.2 per cent increase or $158 of $338
•Integral Energy 92.2 per cent of a 10.3 per cent increase or $167 of $182
•Country Energy 44.8 per cent of a 17.6 per cent increase or $170 of $381
IPART has also just released a report which indicates the costs of complying with the full range of green measures will amount to $315. This is 15% of the average electricity bill of $2,101*.
Contribution of green schemes to the average NSW electricity bill of $2,101
$150m Unanderra data hub to boost jobs
Police back push to keep telco data
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