Heads scratched on re­turned Yasi money

Townsville Bulletin - - Voice Of The North -

bo­gan maybe but i have friends from asia and europe who are here to be­come aussie cit­i­zens not just grab the money and run like most on a 457 visa Posted by: mark gled­hill Over it, over it, ev­ery­one bag­ging Cen­tre­link em­ploy­ees when its the pub­lic who whinge and the rules get changed by the Govt so it suits them. Then blame the staff who are not paid any­where near enough to put up with crap and abuse from the pub­lic on a daily ba­sis. Move on ev­ery­one, what ever hap­pened to house and con­tents in­surance, no . . . once again ev­ery­one ex­pects the tax­payer to fund their pay­ments now as a given right. Fund the child­care, fund the ba­bies, fund the dis­as­ters, fund ev­ery­thing . . . Who’s pay­ing?? Peo­ple whinge about Cen­tre­link only when their tax­payer funded pay­ment isn’t in the bank but you don’t hear from them when it is. Posted by: SG of Townsville Daz, tsv, not once did I say you did not de­serve or you were not en­ti­tled to your pay­ment. I said most peo­ple, not all peo­ple, spent their wind­fall on lux­ury items. Look at the sales mar­gins around the re­gion just af­ter the money started be­ing handed out. 48 hours with­out power was too short in mine and a lot of other peo­ple’s opin­ions. But a cut-off pe­riod was de­ter­mined and was set. Kath­leen should have walked in, of­fered the money back, ac­cepted the run around and gone home with the money, placed it in the bank. She at least has proof of try­ing to re­turn it. At least T. C. C. ben­e­fited from your in­con­ve­nience. Posted by: Michael M’Ouse

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