Former Queensland electoral commissioner ‘drunk at work’, seen in ‘compromising sexual position with employee’

Former Queensland electoral commissioner ‘drunk at work’, seen in ‘compromising sexual position with employee’

Updated May 17, 2018 16:51:14 Photo: Mr van der Merwe stepped down as Queensland’s electoral commissioner in February. (ABC News) Queensland’s former electoral commissioner, Walter van der Merwe, was drunk in the workplace, absent without reasonable excuse, and seen in a compromising position “of a sexual nature” with an employee, …

Frontier Airlines employee stabbed to death in Philadelphia International Airport terminal

Frontier Airlines employee stabbed to death in Philadelphia International Airport terminal

TWO workers contracted by Frontier Airlines in the US were reportedly in a heated argument that turned fatal after another man stabbed his co-worker. CBS Philadelphia reports that an argument started shortly before 11:30am in a break room for Worldwide Flight Services, an aeroplane cleaning contractor for Frontier Airlines, in …

AFP employee who allegedly left his mother ‘lying in a state of filth’ refused bail in Sydney court

AFP employee who allegedly left his mother ‘lying in a state of filth’ refused bail in Sydney court

Updated May 03, 2018 16:56:58 Photo: A sketch of Phillip Joseph Thompson (ABC News: Vincent De Gouw) An Australian Federal Police (AFP) employee has been refused bail over the alleged manslaughter of his mother, who prosecutors say suffered an “undignified and agonising death”. Phillip Joseph Thompson, who is also a …

Regulator ASIC has a ‘culture of subservience to the big banks’, says former employee

Regulator ASIC has a ‘culture of subservience to the big banks’, says former employee

Posted April 25, 2018 12:19:02 ASIC has a culture of subservience and acquiescence when it comes to the big banks, says a former lawyer for the corporate watchdog. James Wheeldon worked for ASIC as a junior lawyer for just under a year between 2004 and 2005, and said many of …

Prime Minister’s Department employee faces court amid allegations of indecent acts against minors

Prime Minister’s Department employee faces court amid allegations of indecent acts against minors

Updated April 11, 2018 13:51:10 An employee of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet has faced court for alleged indecent acts against minors. The 58-year-old appeared in Alice Springs local court on Monday charged with seven counts of indecent dealings with a child under 16 and was remanded in …

Employee faces probe over assault claims on students with disabilities

Employee faces probe over assault claims on students with disabilities

Updated March 31, 2018 07:44:11 Photo: Allegations of assault have been made against a South West school. (Sharon Mollerus: Flickr) Disability advocates have labelled allegations of assault against special needs students at a West Australian school as disturbing, but unsurprising. The Department of Education has confirmed its Standards and Integrity …