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This thread is for item of interest which don't justify an entire thread. Don't wnat to end up in dreaded Sad Threads, post it here

Ashleigh Petrie, fiancee of Victorian magistrate Rodney Higgins, has died

The young fiancee of a Victorian magistrate 45 years her senior, whose relationship garnered media and political attention, has died suddenly.

News.com.au understands Ms Petrie was hit by a car and tragically killed at one o’clock this morning in Metung in the East Gippsland region of country Victoria.

https://www.news.com.au/national/victoria/ashleigh-petrie-fiancee-of-victorian-magistrate-rodney-higgins-has-died/news-story/057cb38c1121ae8092d62540a902dc06



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It's a bit insane': Parents splurging $1000 for Halloween lollies on Sydney's north shore


Parents on Sydney's lower north shore are spending up to $1000 on trick or treat lollies for Halloween, as elaborate celebrations in the area continue to boom.

Mosman mother Ema Haussman said more than 1700 children stormed the footpaths of her popular Halloween street, Holt Avenue, last year.

https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/it-s-a-bit-insane-parents-splurging-1000-for-halloween-lollies-on-sydney-s-north-shore-20191025-p5346s.html

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St George Bank, Bank SA and Bank of Melbourne all down after outage

Customers have been left unable to access their money after a widespread outage took down internet and mobile banking.

https://www.news.com.au/finance/business/banking/st-george-bank-bank-sa-and-bank-of-melbourne-all-down-after-outage/news-story/20b6e90c8b4382d261e20292fbc0c4d5

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, when will this senseless violence towards native animals end? Over the weekend, patrons were in shock after a kookaburra’s head was ripped off in front of young children at a suburban Perth tavern. It’s the latest in a recent series of animal abuse acts, and current state laws simply cannot keep up. 

That’s why 251,115 people are calling for a much-needed animal abuse registry.


"Kevin the Kookaburra," as he was known to pub regulars, was cheekily hopping about tables trying to sneak some leftovers when a man grabbed the native bird, tore its head off, and dumped it under the table. One fellow diner said his young daughter has been left traumatised by the incident.

Worse still, it appears the kookaburra killer might not be charged. Under a state law loophole, this violent killing doesn’t constitute an offence under the Animal Welfare Act. That’s precisely why an animal abuse registry petition is needed - offenders need to be named and shamed, and known to police, pet stores, and animal rescue centres. 251,115 already agree. @#%$, is today the day you add your name?

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http://forum.thoroughbredvillage.com.au/in-the-news-today_topic63841_post1630778.html?KW=In+the+news#1630778


Better put my thread in the “Sad Threads” list. It never gained traction.
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Originally posted by ExceedAndExcel ExceedAndExcel wrote:

http://forum.thoroughbredvillage.com.au/in-the-news-today_topic63841_post1630778.html?KW=In+the+news#1630778


Better put my thread in the “Sad Threads” list. It never gained traction.

at least we thought it was a good idea, and you were 6 months ahead of me. I will join you in Sad Threads soon LOL
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This thread is for item of interest which don't justify an entire thread. Don't wnat to end up in dreaded Sad Threads, post it here

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The poor girl was obviously blind as a bat.
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  EXCLUSIVE: Court clerk, 23, killed after her relationship with a magistrate, 68, was exposed 'hoped an investigation into the controversial paring would expose the toxic culture within the system where she worked'

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What would have happened had the Korean waitress been caught stealing $37,000 from Coffee Club?

Deported after release from prison?


Coffee Club franchise in hot water for paying just $10 an hour with no pay slip

A Coffee Club cafe operator which significantly underpaid a Korean waitress by $37,000 over two years, paying her as little as $10 an hour and no superannuation, will not be prosecuted despite admitting to breaches of workplace laws.

Under a deal with the Fair Work Ombudsman, Ji Hae Hong has signed an undertaking that will see her backpay the worker, make a $3000 “contrition payment” to government revenue, engage auditors, and write a letter of apology to the former employee.

Ms Hong and Sean & Eddy Pty Ltd, trading as Coffee Club Blacktown, signed the court enforceable undertaking after admitting it underpaid the worker, did not issue her any pay slips or keep her employment records.

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Fair point PT. No excuse for not meeting award wages/conditions. I would expect the practice to be much more prevalent amongst folk running small business from non-Australian backgrounds. Rampant amongst Indian folk. refer Subway, Seven-Eleven, Petrol stations, ect
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It seems that many food businesses underpay and exploit their employees. Is it because they are dishonest or also that it is extremely difficult to make a profit paying enormous rents etc?
PT when you were a chef were you paid for a number of hours a week but expected to work unpaid overtime ?
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Woolworths $300 million underpayments today.
    
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Originally posted by oneonesit oneonesit wrote:

Fair point PT. No excuse for not meeting award wages/conditions. I would expect the practice to be much more prevalent amongst folk running small business from non-Australian backgrounds. Rampant amongst Indian folk. refer Subway, Seven-Eleven, Petrol stations, ect


What do you think is going to happen if you are not in a union, so it's just poor dumb ignorant sh1tkicker you versus the power of a huge corporation or the power of any boss for that matter?
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Fair point PT. No excuse for not meeting award wages/conditions. I would expect the practice to be much more prevalent amongst folk running small business from non-Australian backgrounds. Rampant amongst Indian folk. refer Subway, Seven-Eleven, Petrol stations, ect


Rockpool , Neil Perry $10 million, that would cover a lot of Subway stores, as would George Colombaris $7 milion, maybe they dual citizens of Australia and India
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Woolworths $300 million underpayments today.

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Says it happened because the award is too complicated causing mistakes
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Originally posted by Whale Whale wrote:

Originally posted by oneonesit oneonesit wrote:

Fair point PT. No excuse for not meeting award wages/conditions. I would expect the practice to be much more prevalent amongst folk running small business from non-Australian backgrounds. Rampant amongst Indian folk. refer Subway, Seven-Eleven, Petrol stations, ect



Rockpool , Neil Perry $10 million, that would cover a lot of Subway stores, as would George Colombaris $7 milion, maybe they dual citizens of Australia and India



Neil Perry sold out of Rockpool several years ago. Just works for them now.
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I did not know that, I don't think the buyers were Indian Smile

Operating across New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland, Urban Purveyor Group (UPG) is Australia’s leading vertically integrated national casual dining group and beverage import business without gaming.
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

Woolworths $300 million underpayments today.

Russell Zimmerman

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Says it happened because the award is too complicated causing mistakes


I wonder how many got overpaid due to the mind-numbing complexity of the award.Wink
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What was Ms Petrie doing out at 1am anyway? Not out on the town with her fiancee - way past the old bloke's bed time.
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Bit of a difference amongst some of the examples above. Woolworths would not "knowingly" underpay staff. They got their interpretation of the Award wrong probably based on poor Industrial Law advice. No excuse - just saying - & pay up. Restaurants underpaying was more an industry segment issue. Lot of unusual shifting / late hours resulting in short cuts by a lot of employers - also employees in the main normalised to getting ripped off. Again no real excuse - pay up boys. Versus the culture across a wide range of Indian (& slightly lesser extent Asian) businesses - almost a cultural thing to pay staff whatever they can get away with. Esp utilising overseas students on 20 hour max student visas. Pay them by the book - which satisfies the auditors on inspection. Then either make them work double the hours or take cash back out of the pay each week. Works a treat. The business models set up by many of the franchises are also much to blame - as it does not allow a reasonable financial return by operators UNLESS they rip off staff. It almost assumes they will. And all of the above just makes it harder for those employers out there doing the right thing - they struggle to compete.
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Was getting an online quote. One question concerned the type of navigation system used, there were at least 5 choices :GPS, Google, ,phone, none and others I can't remember.

There was no option for street directory which I use, my how times have changed.

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Gregory's relegated to memory lane as directory comes to dead end

THE ''glovebox Gregory's'', which has guided Sydneysiders for 75 years, has been published for the last time before being swallowed up by its big brother, the UBD Street Directory.

Navman, Whereis.com, Google Maps and other geographical locators have spelt the demise of the directory, which was started by a Bathurst journalist, Cecil Albert Gregory, in 1934 after he came to Sydney to work and had trouble finding his way about.

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I've no idea where to put this but guess it is 'in the news' Smile

A full length documentary by Sacha Stone exposing the 5G existential threat to humanity in a way we never imagined possible!
Please SHARE this as widely as you feel drawn...use it to target your local bureaucrats, technocrats, health practitioners, local and federal government agencies and more than anything else...your family and friends. Featuring in this film: weapons development experts, biologists, molecular & cellular biologists, blood microscopists, activists, as well as good leaders out there on the frontline.
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