Who was the former CEO of Australia Post?

Who was the former CEO of Australia Post?

Former Australia Post CEO Christine Holgate says she regrets the decision to reward senior managers with luxury brand watches. Christine Holgate has resigned as CEO of Australia Post after a controversy over the gifting of $3,000 worth of Cartier watches to senior staff.

Is there a government news website in Australia?

Government news. Government News is Australia’s independent online publication reporting on government in Australia. We provide independent coverage of local, state and federal government and their administration of programs and initiatives.

Is the Australian Navy withdrawing from the Middle East?

The Federal Government is withdrawing the Royal Australian Navy from the Middle East as it grapples with an increasingly uncertain strategic environment closer to home.

Who is the CEO of Tasmania Local Government Peak?

LGAT Policy Director Dion Lester has been directly appointed CEO by the General Management Committee of the Tasmania local government peak. He will take up the position on January 6, LGAT President Christina Holmdahl said, replacing Katrena Stephenson.

Australia Post’s former CEO Christine Holgate said she was ‘thrown under a bus’ by management. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Gary Ramage Source:News Corp Australia Australia Post’s chair has hit back at former CEO Christine Holgate’s claims he “unlawfully” stood her down and abandoned her to a “media firestorm”, insisting that was “not correct”.

Which is the best clothing brand to buy in Australia?

Soft, high-quality basics in neutral tones, anything from Assembly Label will blend seamlessly into your wardrobe. Keep an eye out for their cosy knits and durable denim. Price point: $140 to $350 per piece. Smocked cotton sundresses, faded florals and perfect, white broderie anglaise pieces are the cornerstones of Sir’s aesthetic.

Who is the chair of the Australia Post Board?

The prime minister indicated the government was prepared to take action against board members if the investigation found gaps in governance. The chair of Australia Post, Lucio Di Bartolomeo, said on Thursday night that the board and management team would “fully cooperate” with the investigation.