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A public organisation used taxpayers’ money to pay for staff expenses with no legitimate business reason to do so.
In prison, Meena tried to provide her son with culturally appropriate food when he stayed with her.
Whilst interstate on a netball tour, Candice purchased groceries for her netball team, valued at $1225.
Reiko lodged a complaint with the Victorian Building Authority, after delays in receiving a compliance certificate
Public housing resident Ethel, who was 92 years old and legally blind, was struggling to keep up with maintaining her home.
Pavel’s business was affected by COVID-19 lockdowns and he applied for a grant through the Licensed Hospitality Venue Fund.
Disabled pensioner Des received a speeding ticket fine via his PO box in town.
Tahni was dismayed to learn another vehicle was on the road with the same license plates as those on her car.
$2k ambulance fee despite never stepping inside an ambulance
A mother and her young children could not sleep in their public housing home after asbestos removalists did not finish the job
A road cross over which connected the road to Phillip’s driveway was causing damage to vehicles leaving or entering the property.