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The chairman is angrrrryyy!

By Ralph 7 February 2008 62

Recent announcements by the Rudd Government to cut pork from the public service have not been favourable to the National Capital Authority.

Further joyous cuts were announced yesterday, which included $46 million from the budget for the Griffin Legacy. The NCA now says that it may have to cut essential public services such as guided tours of Canberra, and the Australia Day Live! concert.

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justonevoice 10:47 pm 12 Feb 08

I believe from hearing interviews with Kate Lundy on this subject she is self interested in getting her job back in the leadership group. She attacked Humphries for speaking out against these cuts and that he is only doing it because he is in opposition. Do we not forget that humphries stood up against his own party when in power. eg civil unions , botanic gardens, film and sound archives.
But Kate forgets all this and does not stand up an be counted. Those that voted for Lundy have been dudded into voting for someone self interested and sucks up to the boss.

cranky 10:48 am 12 Feb 08

A letter from David Evans, former chairman of the NCA, in todays CT, lays the blame for this tilt at the NCA firmly at the feet of Lundy.

He believes ‘for many years it has been her clear aim to see the NCA either removed entirely or rendered ineffective as a planning organisation’.

Did seem a bit strange that the NCA was attacked with such force by the Rudd/Tanner razor gang. Feeling proud now Lundy?

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