Commenting on the story: SA Health “plagued by maladministration” and likely corruption: ICAC
So many consultants are engaged to tell the health system what to do. Why not consult with those most impacted; staff and clients.
Then get the right skills and talent to make the changes. It’s a complex and far too politicised system.
The losers are the clients/patients. – Heather Petty
I’m sick to death of government departments being accused of wrongdoings.
About time we saw real jail time and serious penalties for proven cases.
No early retirement or afforded indefinite paid leave for perpetrators.
Being dismissed on a full pension and benefits is ridiculous.
Reward perpetrators with jail sentences. – Mike Lesiw
Commenting on the story: Archbishop asks same-sex backers to leave church
Archbishop Glenn Davies and the Diocese of Sydney do not speak for me, or for many other Anglican Christians.
Christ said that what we do to another human being, we do to Him.
Whenever the church excludes or rejects anybody, it rejects Christ himself. – Sue Henry-Edwards
I have to agree with Archbishop Davies.
This would also apply to other religions.
The concept is teachings of the Lord and Jesus at the time.
You want your own version, then create your own church.
That’s how the Protestant religion originated. –Milan Andelkovic
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