Jommy Tee

Jommy Tee is a long-time career public servant, having worked in the policy development field for 25+ years as well as an independent researcher interested in politics, current affairs, and Nordic noir. You can follow Jommy on Twitter @Jommy_Tee.

Jommy Tee is a long-time career public servant, having worked in the policy development field for 25+ years as well as an independent researcher interested in politics, current affairs, and Nordic noir. You can follow Jommy on Twitter @Jommy_Tee.


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The last shall be first: our most righteous funding program revealed

Regional and rural individuals and organisations believed that their application for a grant would judged on merit. They were sadly...

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Rampant rorts in the regions: how it happens

A little administrative juggling, and an unlikely set of funding proposals magically turns into reality, writes Jommy Tee in his...

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It’s none of our business what happened to Morrison at Tourism Australia. Just ask ‘Scott’

New evidence shows the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) interfered in denying a Freedom of Information (FOI) request by Michael West...

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Regional grants: the pork is succulent in super-safe seats

The electorates of Coalition ministers Mark Coulton and David Littleproud have benefited hugely from some juggling of the funding rules.

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Regional Grants: a bumper crop of rorts

The Morrison government’s country contingent knows how to count. If there’s a dollar to dole out to the regions, they...

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Slick dealings: Australia on wrong end of Trump era oil play

As Donald Trump would say, nobody does an announcement like Scott Morrison, nobody. Is there any substance to the US...

Senate misled: Watergate deal negotiated directly with Swiss-based Cayman Islands director

New documents show the government negotiated the controversial $80m Watergate deal directly with the Cayman Islands company founded by Energy...

Liberal Party MP David Coleman ineligible to sit in parliament?

A company part-owned by Liberal MP David Coleman was given a government grant that put him in breach of section...

Where the bloody hell is it? Did Scott Morrison lie about the report that saved his bacon at Tourism Australia?

Scott Morrison was sacked as managing director of Tourism Australia in 2006 with a year left to run on his...

Val Shopping: Barnaby Joyce department paid 57 times over for #watergate rights

New documents reveal a valuation of just $1.4 million for the water rights sold by Angus Taylor's old company to...

A Pushy Number: Libs’ pollster Crosby Textor granted access to 27 million unlisted mobiles

When the Coalition communications minister very quietly changed the regulations to enable access to millions of unlisted mobiles for ‘political...

Guess who’s coming to dinner? Glencore, Peabody and BHP

The move by Josh Frydenberg to exclude Greenpeace, the Australia Institute and the Australian Conservation Foundation from next week's Budget...

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