"I got a phone call and they told me all my records had just been broken." #LaurelHubbard smashed every record previously set in New Zealand by female athletes. Is this what female empowerment looks like? pic.twitter.com/bzhxgTFhpt— David Kelly (@Official_DavidK) June 24, 2021
Milligan is a protected species at the ABC which is ironic given she is a growing liability who gets a lot of things wrong.
George Pell - accused by Milligan. Cleared by highest court in the land 7 nil (doesn’t get more comprehensive).
Christian Porter - expensive legal bill and significant backdown by the ABC.
Now Andrew Laming.
The Australian reports:
Embattled Liberal MP Andrew Laming has launched defamation action against ABC investigative journalist Louise Milligan for a series of tweets which he claims “irrevocably” damaged his “personal and professional reputation”.
The ABC have confirmed they will cover Milligan’s legal bill, with the Four Corners reporter engaging Sydney-based lawyers Bird and Bird to represent her.
What’s she got on the ABC that has us paying for her serial inaccuracies.
It’s hard to get straight answers from the ABC about Milligan when her husband holds a senior management role at the organisation and is the main media contact for the entire organisation.
Her spiteful man hating is an expensive hobby.
Their ABC horizontally flips war hero image - beret, ribbons, lanyard etc on wrong side. Disgraceful incompetence.
You wouldn't do it with text.
Don't do it with our uniforms.
Before I come back to work tomorrow, I thought I would share what happened. In my own words. pic.twitter.com/RkJcvPTYyu— Dan Andrews (@DanielAndrewsMP) June 27, 2021
UPDATE - thanks to Min who asked for this to be republished:
Former US Vice President and global environmentalist Al Gore will headline the speakers at Engineers Australia’s Climate Smart Engineering 2021 conference.
Mr Gore joins an already-stellar line-up of speakers, which also includes Paul Polman, former Chief Executive Officer of Unilever and member of the United Nations (UN) Secretary General’s High-Level Panel which developed sustainable development goals.
Engineers Australia Chief Executive Officer Dr Bronwyn Evans said: “As a recipient of a Nobel Peace Prize for his work raising awareness about the issue of climate change, Mr Gore will provide delegates with compelling insights into how Australia can tackle this issue as we work through and come out the other side of the coronavirus pandemic.
“Mitigation and adaptation to climate change cannot be successful without engineers, whose work spans all industries.
“A UN Engineering for Sustainable Development report highlights the crucial role that engineering plays in achieving the 17 sustainable development goals of the UN.
“The conference is designed to connect minds and showcase engineering solutions which will assist with addressing climate change and bring together business, finance and government officials.
“It will also demonstrate that engineering in partnership and in collaboration can be responsive to and effective against a common goal or global target, as we have witnessed during the pandemic.”
Mr Gore will deliver his conference speech virtually.
“Climate Smart Engineering 2021 will be about much more than quality speakers,” Dr Evans said.
“Engineers Australia is creating discussion and direction papers in collaboration with non-engineering stakeholders, which will be discussed.
“A primary objective of the conference is to explore all of these initiatives with a view to achieving a more coordinated approach on policy, advocacy, networking, education and technical support for the broader community and for members of Engineers Australia.”
To register to attend or participate virtually in the conference, which is taking place from 16-17 November in Sydney, please visit the conference website, www.eacse.com.au.
About Engineers Australia
With over 100,000 individual members, Engineers Australia is the profession’s peak body. We are the voice of the profession and exist to advance the science and practice of engineering for the benefit of the community.
Our high standards, globally-recognised credentials and international agreements enable Engineers Australia members to live and work around the world – with our members currently in more than 120 countries.
Lest We Forget.
I have a Civil engineering degree but have been involved in doing translation and interpreting for NATO forces in Afghanistan for more than a decade.
This is literally a new low for humanity. Terminally ill children will not be granted a wish.. from the make a wish foundation… unless.. you guessed it.. they’re fully vaccinated. pic.twitter.com/bjx1XMvLu6— Pelham_3 (@Pelham_3) June 24, 2021