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    Quote Originally Posted by fulvio sammut View Post
    Don't like your rugby boss?

    Just buy his rugby boss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bakkies View Post
    Pichot got pumped up due to him pushing for Argentina to get in to regular comps and the UAR is full of cronyism like the RA.
    I get that UAR can get their man onto the IRB. But do they have the clout to get him to Vice Chairman? He's been a bit of a pain in the arse NH for Unions from what I can see so far. I imagined he'd have needed a push by ALL the SH Unions to get the deputy job. If so; no surprise if Gerob is on the money about Rat's Arse chucking the toys out of the cot. Now he's there he could be more of a pain if the push into Asia suits the NH Unions' agendas.

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    Few more details here and reading between the lines it would seem Taylor may have known about it already. Perhaps he was just waiting for Twiggy's OK but RA went into attack mode through Robinson.
    Anyway its out now and RA must be furious. Ha ha.


    World Series Rugby set for NSW expansion
    Nick Taylor The West Australian
    Friday, 17 August 2018 9:10AM

    World Series Rugby is planning to base a side in Sydney's western suburbs in next year’s expanded million dollar tournament.
    The move has been kept under wraps but talks are well advanced about taking a Pacific island-based side to the region.
    The team would have a strong Samoa and Tonga influence, but also tap into the area's talent-laden resources.

    More here

    https://thewest.com.au/sport/western...-ng-b88931250z

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    Seems a bit provocative, basing a team in your foe's backyard. Maybe it's a negotiating ploy - WSR 'reluctantly' agrees to shelve plans for Western Sydney if RA agrees to rubber-stamp everything else!

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    ASIC state RA have no case to answer..lets move on

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrycobner View Post
    ASIC state RA have no case to answer..lets move on
    Where?

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    https://omny.fm/shows/the-alan-jones-breakfast-show/cameron-clyne

    Link to Senate Report http://www.aph.gov.au/senate_ca

    https://www.change.org/p/rugby-australia-petition-for-cameron-clyne-to-resign-as-chairman-of-the-rugby-australia-board

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bakkies View Post
    Where?
    Sorry dont know how to link but its on wayne smith twitter feed

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrycobner View Post
    Sorry dont know how to link but its on wayne smith twitter feed
    Thanks saw it. There are other ways to screw the bastard. Wayne tweets this while his tenure at the NAB is getting hammered hmm.

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    https://omny.fm/shows/the-alan-jones-breakfast-show/cameron-clyne

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    https://www.change.org/p/rugby-australia-petition-for-cameron-clyne-to-resign-as-chairman-of-the-rugby-australia-board

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    Why would ASIC release info ahead of report to Wayne Smith?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georgina Robinson View Post
    As Rugby Australia (RA) and the billionaire iron ore magnate are locked in an increasingly adversarial arm-wrestle over the fate of Forrest's rebel World Series Rugby competition
    I hate to nitpick.

    But For Fuck Sake.

    IF World Rugby has signed off on it, and Rugby Australia has signed off on it.

    It ain't a REBEL competition.

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    The RA apologists are uniting as one but as Twiggy says 'you may have won the battle but you won't win the war.'

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    https://omny.fm/shows/the-alan-jones-breakfast-show/cameron-clyne

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    I got an email from The Australian stating that the 'Court shy ASIC has copped a roasting.' Maybe it is a good thing as the RA could use that as a defence while ASIC is being torn down.

    Was Westpac a test case?
    The misselling of mysuper products became part of ASIC’s wealth management project, the commission hears.

    The start date of the project was September 2014. In an April 2015 board meeting for the project, ASIC stated a target of issuing proceedings by October of that year in at least one of the three cases against the banks.

    The board met every month and at that time the target date for outcome was to issue civil penalty proceedings by the end of October 2015.

    Does Mr Mullaly know if ASIC managed to institute any proceedings by the end of October 2015, Mr Hodge asks.

    No, it did not, because matters were still under investigation.

    The team was looking at a range of matters, including fees for no service and conduct by advisers, Mr Mullaly adds.

    If ASIC felt that administering the questionnaire and then making a recommendation of a super product was contravention of the act, what evidence did it need to gather, Mr Hodge asks.

    ASIC needed to understand the process that was taking place, so it needed evidence from customers and bank staff, Mr Mulally says.

    The allegations that Mr Mullaly has outlined to the commission was that the process the banks admitted they used, contravened the act, in his view, Mr Hodge contends.

    “The banks admitted to the conduct but they certainly didn’t admit that they were breaching the law, and they’ve never admitted it,” Mr Mullaly says.

    But they admitted the facts, Mr Hodge pushes. And then you need to go to court to see if it’s a contravention, he says.

    ASIC took the view that it needed to understand individual cases to see if personal advice had been given, Mr Mullaly says. The legal advice was there was a risk in taking the case to court.

    “But you’re the regulator... there’s always going to be a risk that a court will not agree with you. Surely the fact that there’s a risk the court won’t agree with you isn’t a reason not to go to court, Mr Hodge argues.

    The Westpac case is a test case, Mr Mullaly says. But it doesn’t involve a questionnaire followed by recommendation of a super product, Mr Hodge replies. Mr Hodge and Mr Mullaly argue about the differences between the Westpac case and the CBA, ANZ cases and whether Westpac constitutes a test case.
    ASIC needs to be torn down, become independent of the Government and cases need to be reexamined.

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    Was it just me or was the patsy at the Knights game masquerading as the media taking pics of what a real rugby game should look like?Attachment 5318

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