Sydney Harbour Bridge for sale – all serious offers considered

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22 Responses to Sydney Harbour Bridge for sale – all serious offers considered

  1. stackja

    ICAC accident happened?

  2. Annie

    An accident, eh? Pull the other one.

  3. Real Deal

    It’s like filling a bucket of manure, waiting for someone to walk past. Tipping it on him and then saying; “Whoops, sorry.”

    Who watches the watchers? Who watches ICAC?

  4. tombell

    let’s see what charges follow. that would be none.

  5. egg_

    Wasn’t this relic due to be scrapped?

  6. tgs

    Absolutely disgraceful. Watch for precisely zero consequences to come of it.

  7. Shy Ted

    It’s independent. That’s what the I stands for. I too have a bridge for sale.

  8. H B Bear

    Hmmm. Just like selling a full filing cabinet, eh?

  9. stackja

    There is supposed oversight of ICAC by parliament.

  10. Up The Workers!

    After Gladys’s small bout of slap-n-tickle with Dodgy Daryl Maguire, I don’t expect that the sanitisers and fumigators will need to be brought in to tear the bedrooms apart.

    I seem to recall that poor Tony Abbott wasn’t able to spend a single night at the Prime Minister’s Lodge during the whole term of his traitorously-Turncoat-truncated Prime Ministership, as the heavy-duty sanitisers, fumigators and renovators had the joint under intensive care to make it fit for human habitation once again for the next two years solid after a previous occupant was evicted.

    You wouldn’t believe the number of itinerant glass eyeballs, nomadic Prime Ministerial contact-lenses and Reuben’s cast off dog-hair and half-chewed bones they carted out of that sordid den of Labor iniquity.

  11. Bronson

    That would be ICAC screwing up the DPP prosecution case. ICAC do it all the time. They don’t care about prosecutions only headlines. They continually contaminate any evidence by their actions there by making it impossible for the DPP to fully prosecute a case.

  12. Archivist

    If intentional, leaking a confidential transcript is a corrupt activity.

    Who investigates ICAC for possible corruption? Aside from this trouble episode, what are the safeguards against ICAC behaving corruptly? A lot is at stake – they can bring down elected governments – so their use of that power should be scrutinised and monitored.

  13. C.L.

    Who investigates ICAC for possible corruption?

    ICAC.

    This morning, Assistant Commissioner Ruth McColl announced an “internal investigation.”

  14. cuckoo

    Interesting to see if any of the “accidentally” released transcript ends up anywhere on social media, since we now know that Facebook and Twitter staunchly refuse to publish material that was illegally obtained. At least if it reflects badly on Joe Biden.

  15. Lee

    This morning, Assistant Commissioner Ruth McColl announced an “internal investigation.”

    LOL

  16. The Manager

    fit for human habitation once again for the next two years solid after a previous occupant was evicted.
    I know a hotel room cleaner who says those previous occupants rooms were the most disgusting ever seen.

  17. herodotus

    It was an icaccident!
    Call the Macquarie Dictionary right away. Like Merriam-Webster they are amenable to changing word definitions. MD for Gillard re misogyny, and MW for the Dems re sexual preference.
    Surely they would be up for a new word.

  18. Stanley

    fit for human habitation once again for the next two years solid after a previous occupant was evicted.
    I know a hotel room cleaner who says those previous occupants rooms were the most disgusting ever seen.

    The same couple were ensconced in my relative’s apartment at West Beach over the Xmas break during her reign. It took a full day to clean up the results of food fights undertaken by guess who? True story, it happened. Disgusting behaviour.

  19. Squirrel

    The ICAC officials responsible for this should be grilled in a lengthy, televised Parliamentary hearing.

  20. Rockdoctor

    ICAC.

    This morning, Assistant Commissioner Ruth McColl announced an “internal investigation.”

    Not good enough, Speakman needs to appoint a Royal Commission with teeth. LOL, appoint Cuneen… In all seriousness though I understand there is a Labor case under investigation atm, wonder if that gets leaked as well.

    Caveat, I still think Gladys needs to go on what we already know.

  21. RobK

    Speaking of star chambers……

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