I just found this question asked in the WA parliament …

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I just found this question asked in the WA parliament on 10/3/15:
158. Hon ROBIN CHAPPLE to the Leader of the House representing the Premier:
My question was originally directed to the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs but it has been redirected to the Leader of the House representing the Premier.
(1) Has the Public Sector Commissioner been investigating the chief executive officer, Mr Weeks, for the misuse of government resources?
(2) Has the PSC been investigating the CEO, Mr Weeks, for bullying and intimidating behaviour towards staff?
(3) Is it correct that Department of Aboriginal Affairs officers in Geraldton and Kalgoorlie are or have been investigated for using departmental resources in pursuit of private ventures outside of their roles as departmental officers?
(4) If yes to any or all of the above, will the minister, in this case, the Premier, table the report by the Public Sector Commission on completion?
(5) If no to (4),why not?
Hon PETER COLLIER replied:
I thank the honourable member for some notice of the question.
The Public Sector Commissioner advises —
(1)–(5) As a matter of principle, it is not appropriate practice to comment on any investigation or employment matter, whether or not such an investigation was being undertaken.

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Top govt job in Centre: Long time local ignored
I am surprised that the NT Government did not do an internet search on “Cliff Weeks” before hiring this man.


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