Monthly Archives: March 2011

PM dismisses allegations over appointment of Isa as Felda chairman-Malaysian Insider

PM dismisses allegations over appointment of Isa as Felda chairman KUALA LUMPUR, March 16 — Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today described as baseless and irrelevant allegations of jitters in the stock market caused by the appointment of Tan … Continue reading

Posted in Abuse of Power, Corruption, Democracy, Freedom of Speech, Governance, Integrity

Taib’s daughter-in-law files RM400m divorce-sun2surf

This article was printed from Sun2Surf Article’s URL: http://www.sun2surf.com/article.cfm?id=58562 ————————— Taib’s daughter-in-law files RM400m divorce claim By: (Wed, 09 Mar 2011) KUALA LUMPUR (March 9, 2011): Datin Seri Shahnaz Abdul Majid, the daughter-in-law of Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul … Continue reading

Posted in Multi-million divorce suit

The Australian Government rejects union push on workplace laws-The Australian

The Australian Government rejects union push on workplace laws Ewin Hannan, Industrial editor • From: The Australian • March 09, 2011 12:00AM • THE Gillard Government has flatly rejected a union push to change the workplace laws to try to … Continue reading

Posted in Workplace Laws

Angry mother sues after children told to leave-theage.com.au

Bridie Smith September 17, 2007 A FAMILY whose three children were told to leave a Catholic primary school against their will earlier this year is suing the Catholic Education Office, alleging discrimination and bullying. Altona mother Vida Benic lodged a … Continue reading

Posted in Educational Malpractice, Government's failure to educate

A 15-year-old Melbourne student is suing the Victorian Education Department and the State Government for failing to teach him literacy and numeracy.ABC News

Boy sues government for failing to educate him Posted Mon Mar 7, 2011 7:09pm AEDT A 15-year-old Melbourne student is suing the Victorian Education Department and the State Government for failing to teach him literacy and numeracy. Lawyers for Year … Continue reading

Posted in Educational Malpractice, Government's failure to educate