I’m a regular reader of Ben Sandilands’s Plane Talking blog, where the topic of “conscience money” was recently brought up. So what is it? The dictionary definition is as follows: Money paid because of feelings of guilt, especially about a payment that one has evaded So how common was it in Australia? Back on the […]
Posts Tagged ‘Victoria’
Last week the ballot papers for the 2013 RACV Board Election arrived in my mailbox along with the monthly issue of RoyalAuto magazine. I’ve written on the topic before – while being Victoria’s largest non-government election, it is also ignored by the majority of the 1.4 million people entitled to vote in it. So what […]
Come the first of January 2014, Victorians will no longer need to affix registration labels to their car windscreens – VicRoads is finally abolishing them. We aren’t the first state to do, which presented some troubles when neighbouring South Australia did away with them in 2012…
Yesterday the big media announcement was the six shortlisted designs for the redevelopment of Melbourne’s Flinders Street Station were revealing. But what will the public judging process actually deliver?