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This is a further sign of National Party desperation. If a government wants to do something, the money is there. Experience with homeowner grants in Australia suggests that such programmes tend to push prices up in a supply constrained environment by supporting greater demand, rather than improving affordability. This could exacerbate house price pressures.
At its campaign launch this afternoon, ACT leader David Seymour said he wanted to give schools the power to decide what individual teachers earn.
The party would do this by introducing bulk funding, where schools could opt out of the centralised payroll system and collective agreements. It is not just National that is showing increasing signs of desperation.
During the debate, the Resource Management Act was made the scapegoat by ACT leader, David Seymour, for the failing of the neo-liberal system to satisfy market demand for housing.
People have already accepted it.
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There would be blue-blood in the streets of affluent, leafy, upper middle-class Epsom if high-rise developments suddenly filled the skyline. The building was constructed aroundprior to the passing of the Resource Management Act in ironically by the then Bolger-led National Government. Melksham Tower around with locals protesting. Note the height of the ten story building and surrounding house s. Victoria has become the focal point in a struggle between private developers and local residents.
The local residents, led by the Mt. The campaign started from general meetings of the Progressive Association and a small group of people went from door-to-door in the area discussing Mt. This relied on a different exception to the Privacy Act than the one asserted at the time of release.
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He found that a reasonable person would not have understood those terms to have authorised this release. He also rejected an argument that the Police investigation exception applied. While the case was about Westpac, it affects a hell of a lot more.
The police make thousands of warrantless requests for information a year to banks aloneand major companies - banks and phone providers among them - have cut secret deals with police to turn over your private personal information on request, no questions asked.
The Privacy Commissioner has basicly just said that those deals are illegal. Absent actual evidence from police, companies can not rely on the law enforcement exception when providing data.
The result is that companies will have to start demanding production orders. And that's a good thing - because police shouldn't just be able to get your private information just by "asking".
As shown in this case, that simply invites them to abuse their power. But the ruling isn't enough. The big problem with both warrantless "requests" and production orders is that they happen in total secrecy.
Companies aren't required to report on them, and neither are police.