Daily Review 06/07/2018

Written By: - Date published: 5:30 pm, July 6th, 2018 - 7 comments
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7 comments on “Daily Review 06/07/2018”

  1. AsleepWhileWalking 1

    WTH?


    Documents released to Dunedin barrister Warren Forster under the Official Information Act (OIA) include Fairway’s service contract and selected feedback from ACC’s review monitoring panel.

    They reveal that ACC set key performance indicators (KPIs) for reviews, gave “feedback” on decisions made in favour of the claimant and required weekly reports on decisions against ACC.

    Forster said the material showed the dispute resolution service’s independence was seriously compromised.

    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/health/105297138/ex-reviewer-of-acc-claims-fired-for-using-inconsistent-fonts

  2. Sabine 2

    must have used the dreaded comic sans.

    but yeah, wth?

  3. AsleepWhileWalking 3

    We wake up to this

    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/105146853/After-taxpayers-paid-to-get-rid-of-it-farm-sells-for-17-5m

    Just…. fire some people. Fire them all.

  4. patricia bremner 4

    In among the bad stuff a little humour.

    A NZ kea picking teams to win the quarter finals of the world cup.

    Jimmy, 27, picked France and Belgium to win. Tick Tick

    He chooses Russia and England to win the next two games… LOL well !!

    Not that I believe this of course!!

  5. cleangreen 5

    Croatia through to semi-finals.

    Penalty shootout saw them overtake Russia two – one.

  6. R.P Mcmurphy 6

    I was switching channels when TVNZ news came up and simon dallow was not facing the camera. Hope he realises he is on the way out. he been around far too long shilling for the nats with that greasy tongue of his. He led the charge for junkie and he is still trying to poormouth the government at every opportunity. byeeee.

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