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BFCSA: Now we have Captain McFlurry telling Macca's what to do...........Like its SO URGENT!!

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If this sort of crap goes on we’d be better off running the country down to public servants working at Maccas and the PM’s trusted asxeman lobbying for Milo McFlurrys’ to be on the menu!  So much for national broadband...and who was responsible for that mess?


Senator James McGrath writes letter to McDonald’s Australia boss to get the Milo McFlurry here

Claire Bickers, News Corp Australia Network

March 3, 2017 12:48pm

A TURNBULL Government minister with a well documented love of Milo is now petitioning McDonald’s to introduce the “Milo McFlurry”.

Queensland Senator James McGrath, who is also the Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister, has written to the fast food giant to lobby for “this very Australian dessert” to be added to its menu.

The senator took up the fight after McDonald’s Malaysia announced it would reintroduce the Milo McFlurry and McDonald’s Australia confirmed it had no plans to introduce the dessert locally.

On an official government letterhead, he addressed to McDonald’s Australia managing director Andrew Gregory, he put a texter through his name Mr Gregory and wrote ‘Andrew’ to make it more personal.

In the letter, he wrote: “In Australia, we can have Oreos and M&M’s minis in our McFlurry, and now Cadbury Cream Eggs — but not Milo?”

“On behalf of all the Milo lovers across the country, it would be remiss of me not to raise an objection to this decision,” he wrote.

Senator McGrath — one of the Prime Minister’s trusted numbers men — asked that McDonald’s Australia reconsider its position on what was one of “the greatest Australian inventions of all time”.

“Actually, I beg you in the name of Milo and all that is good, sweet and healthy in our wide, brown land. Please.”

Public servants forced to work at Maccas

Noel Towell
1 Mar 2017,

Canberra-based public servants are doing their work in a McDonald's fast food outlet in Armidale because there is nowhere else for them to work in the northern NSW town where they are being forced to work.

The national pesticides authority boss told a Senate Estimates hearing on Tuesday that she and her colleagues were using the restaurant's free wi-fi to work because they had no base in Armidale  and that she was having a tough time convincing its public servants to move from Canberra to northern NSW as ordered by the Coalition government.

The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority are now trying to recruit regulatory scientists from overseas in an effort to continue its work after the forced relocation to Armidale, in the heart of Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce's electorate.

It was also revealed on Tuesday at a Senate Estimates hearing that a new office block will have to be built in the northern NSW town to accommodate the agency with none of the town's existing buildings suitable.

The agency's chief executive Kareena Arthy told a multi-party committee in Canberra on Tuesday that  20 of the APVMA's 100 regulatory scientists had already quit despite the generous incentives on offer to stay.The departing scientists were among 48 employees to have left the agency since July.

Fairfax revealed in December that APVMA staff were being offered pay increases of 5 per cent per year and up to 12 free flights back to Canberra if they agreed to move to Mr Joyce's electorate, but Ms Arthy told estimates that for many, it was not enough.

"It's proving challenging," the chief executive told the senators.

"We're not having a lot of success getting people to want to go to Armidale.

"People have left because they don't want the uncertainty.

"They either don't want to move to Armidale and they have decided to look for something more permanent now, regardless of the incentives that we're offering.

"Quite a lot of the people who have left have got young families and they want to make sure that they are able to keep their families in Canberra.

"But overwhelmingly...they don't want to move to Armidale and they don't want to work remotely, which is one of the offers I've made for the regulatory scientists, they want to provide certainty for their families ."

Ms Arthy also revealed that Mr Joyce had decreed that APVMA workers who opted to stay in Canberra were not allowed to work from an office.

She said that big capability gaps had opened up in the APVMA's residue assessment and pesticides assessment units while smaller gaps had emerged in its the environment assessments and health assessments teams.

But despite the looming eviction from Canberra and the exodus of skilled scientists, Ms Arthy said morale within her organisation remained "surprisingly good."

The APVMA expects 50 to 60 of its staff to remain in Canberra, working from home, but Mr Joyce's policy bans them from having an office in the capital or any other facility where they could gather, Ms Arthy confirmed.

It was also confirmed on Tuesday that a new office will have to be built in Armidale to accommodate the APVMA, although it is unclear whether the deal, expected to be with a private developer, will cause a blow-out of the $26 million that has already been budgeted for the move.

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"A private developer will be building the building and then lease back," Ms Arthy said.


The story Public servants forced to work at Maccas first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald.

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