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An abu­sive phone call to Brooke Hub­bard from her boss has hor­ri­fied the thou­sands of peo­ple who have shared it on­line. Can hap­pen any­where un­for­tu­nately just doesn’t get recorded and some em­ploy­ees have to suf­fer it for the sake of keep­ing their job. Dee Gil­lies-Glover No mat­ter the sit­u­a­tion this is an un­ac­cept­able way for any­one to be spo­ken to at work. Andy Smith

The Greens are try­ing as hard as they can at a Fed­eral level to scrap the cash­less wel­fare card. Last week they lodged a dis­al­lowance mo­tion. In some cases it’s a great idea and in oth­ers not so, if you have shown that you can­not do the right thing with the money given to you by the Aus­tralian tax­payer then you get a card. Dren­nan Gale What these peo­ple don’t re­alise it is not their money, so why should they get the say in how they spend it? They are just bludgers on tax­pay­ers. Glenn Aus­burn Ra­tion days like back on the sta­tions. James Wally

Al­tura sig­nalled its in­ten­tions to em­ploy DIDO staff in the Pil­bara to work on its Pil­gan­goora lithium project south of Port Hed­land. Hey, amaz­ing, so it is pos­si­ble to staff an op­er­at­ing mine with a lo­cal­lyem­ployed work­force. Sorry for the sar­casm, but I’ve just heard so much rhetoric to the con­trary. An­thony Fri­day That’s awe­some, good on them em­ploy­ing no FIFO. Cape Pre­ston should do the same, only 80km out. Shari Kyle Very ex­cit­ing. John Wit­jes Great news. Ta­nia Bowler Posts and com­ments on so­cial me­dia may be pub­lished and edited for le­gal, con­tent or space rea­sons. face­book.com/Pil­baraNews @Pil­baraNews @Pil­baraNews

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