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Calvary deal falls through

By housebound 9 February 2010 21

Well, it’s official. The Calvary sale has fallen through because one of the stakeholders (the Catholic Church) didn’t support it. Someone didn’t do their homework when setting this up.

Labor’s not happy – presumably because they aren’t used to their plans going astray. They say they’re now in a bind.

The Greens should have been breathing a sigh of relief. They had started asking for a full inquiry into hospice services (sorry, I can’t find a link for that), and many assumed they were starting to look for a way to cave into Labor (again) without loosing too much face. But no, in an amazing display of respect for property rights, they want to force a take-over, by compulsory aquisition.

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Jim Jones 8:44 am 11 Feb 10

justin heywood said :

The fact that they hold a ‘minority view’ is only relevant if that view impacts the care they give, which it doesn’t.

Poor naive boy.

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