Monthly Archives: October 2013

APSC Circular 2012/1: Revisions to the Commission’s guidance on making public comment _ an analysis

Under its heading, “Making public comment”, the revised APSC Circular 2012/1: Revisions to the Commission’s guidance on making public comment and participating online states: “APS employees have the same right to freedom of expression as other members of the community, … Continue reading

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Progress report ACD 86 of 2013 Banerji v Bowles

LaLegale update: ACD86 of 2013. Today, the parties appeared in the Federal Court and submitted consent orders with the result that (1) The Appellant’s Notice of Appeal be discontinued with no order as to costs, and (2) The Cross-Appellant’s Cross-Appeal … Continue reading

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Trust in government?

You may have heard about the psychologist groups that have been set up in the US whose primary function is to help American citizens come to terms with the fact that their government may have been responsible for the 9/11 … Continue reading

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