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Offline ted e turner

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« 2010-Jul-13, 11:20 AM Reply #25 »
in mackay the other day....the slimey machine that is qr/qrl didnt even have a farrier...first 2 races by leading trainer then remainder by well dressed guy with no shoeing gear.
bob bent. made a visit yesterday to complete his rort of country racing sayin the kitty promised to refurbish the disgusting facilities with no PA system has to be shared around...the original promise 10 million......now the words of 6 million mentioned....the pie in the sky labor suck hole president declared the greatest goose mackay racing has seen is still wiping the egg off his labor party installed face....that loo-sers name ....ian joblin from the accounting firm brown and bird....who can find the link for the 50 dollars....my money on norts/arsie or mick....you labor trolls will be embarrassed :wavecry: :nowink:

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« 2010-Jul-13, 11:21 AM Reply #26 »
honourable mention to dd and pisces....ill give 48 hoours and it has lots to do with a company called labor party holdings :baby: :bop:

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« 2010-Jul-13, 05:39 PM Reply #27 »
Thanks Arsenal

I emailed QR asking about  where they could be found and no one responded.

I guess they can't find them either.
 


Also can't find the Form Guide anyone know where it's hidden? :/

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« 2010-Jul-13, 05:44 PM Reply #28 »
honourable mention to dd and pisces....ill give 48 hoours and it has lots to do with a company called labor party holdings :baby: :bop:

Teddie................I'm having a blonde moment!  What you talking about????    :no:

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« 2010-Jul-13, 08:51 PM Reply #29 »
good to see you still around....who are the directors of labor party holdings pisces?

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« 2010-Jul-14, 08:22 AM Reply #30 »
 :chin: :chin: :chin:
 
 :no: :no: :no:


Duh to me Teddie!   

Always here..........can't take the risk of missing out on any rivetting, stimulating forumite info! 

Still working on that mission for you, Teddie! 
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« 2010-Jul-14, 03:41 PM Reply #31 »
pisces simple really....google labor party holding and go down to the australian article of feb this year and all will be revealed :love:
the jokes on racing stakeholders and voters....even dribblin bill the vote rorter gets a go

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« 2010-Jul-14, 07:07 PM Reply #33 »
Having no luck with finding a Form Guide for the gallops on RQL website ,have finally realised it doesn't exist. :thumbsd:

No trouble finding the form for harness or greyhounds though. :whistle:

One improvement is that the findings of the First Level Appeal Committee are now being published whereas previously the decisions were  only announced in the press. :thumbsup:

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« 2010-Jul-14, 07:13 PM Reply #34 »
Links are in the middle column, lower page.

http://www.racingqueensland.com.au/meeting-summary.aspx?id=66797

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« 2010-Jul-14, 07:42 PM Reply #35 »
Links are in the middle column, lower page.

http://www.racingqueensland.com.au/meeting-summary.aspx?id=66797


They weren't there when I looked. :mad:

Thanks dubbles take the rest of the night off. :beer:

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« 2010-Jul-14, 07:44 PM Reply #36 »
arsie post that article that vads tried too....interesting reading

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« 2010-Jul-14, 08:13 PM Reply #37 »
From Racing Queensland Limited:

Statewide talks to inform planning process

A series of meetings involving stakeholders in Queensland's newly-merged racing industry will provide vital information to assist in the development of an Asset Management Plan.

Racing Queensland Limited (RQL) chairman Bob Bentley said control body officials would attend a number of meetings and site inspections with thoroughbred, harness and greyhound clubs throughout the State during July.

"From these discussions with industry stakeholders we will be incorporating local views about what should be prioritised for the future improvement of racing," Mr Bentley said.

"Last week we visited the Bundaberg Greyhound Racing Club and Redcliffe, Albion Park, Gold Coast and Marburg Harness Racing Clubs. This week and next we will be visiting racing stakeholders in Mackay, Rockhampton, Cairns, Townsville and Toowoomba.

"We are also having discussions with Country Racing representatives to ensure access to input from a wide cross-section of industry stakeholders."

Mr Bentley said since the greyhound, harness and thoroughbred racing codes united on July 1, RQL's focus has been on the seamless integration of staff and day to day racing operations.

"We have spent some time in recent weeks ensuring that transition occurs with as little disruption as possible, but it is now time to shift focus to industry assets," he said.

"Input from industry stakeholders will help identify strengths and weaknesses of the current system.

"Going forward we will need to make some tough decisions for the overall good of racing on what constitutes the best use of current industry assets, plus the strategic investment of the $80 million funding contribution from the Queensland Government."

Mr Bentley said the combined racing industry Asset Management Plan was a necessary first step before an overall Strategic Plan could be developed.

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« 2010-Jul-16, 05:58 PM Reply #38 »
jamiee/james/jim-eee orchard and wank-king investigating toowoombas free holiday program=whitewash once again....the rort that is now endorsed by the state labo government to the detriment of stakeholders will soon be brought home to all and any that support bob bent. and his sidekick /dropkick in the awu's godmother dribblin bill ludwig....what a sham about to be played butted e and many others have seen it all before....the joke continues :mad:
poor wade birch he must be embarrassed in what hes tied up in

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« 2010-Jul-21, 08:27 PM Reply #39 »
Minister Lawlor fronts the Parliamentary Estimates Committee tomorrow (Thur 22).

Shadow Minister Ray Stevens may want to discuss racing matters.  I will post here the link to Hansard afterwards.  Hard to tell when the show begins, but Lawlor is second on the agenda.  Probably after lunch.


http://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/view/chamber/

ESTIMATES COMMITTEE G
Members—
Ms Johnstone (Chair), Mr Elmes, Mr Johnson, Mr Kilburn, Mr Moorhead, Mr Stevens, Mrs Sullivan
Ministerial Portfolios—

Minister for Police, Corrective Services and Emergency Services

Minister for Tourism and Fair Trading

Minister for Climate Change and Sustainability
Hearing date
Thursday, 22 July 2010

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« 2010-Jul-26, 04:34 PM Reply #40 »
The Eagle Has Landed :)

"22 Jul 2010 Estimates Committee G—Tourism and Fair Trading (Proof) 45
CHAIR: Thank you, Minister. The time for government questions has expired. The committee will
now move into questions relating to the Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing. We will take a minute to
change advisers.
Mr LAWLOR: Thank you.
Mr STEVENS: Minister, I refer you to page 2-8 of the SDS relating to the amalgamation of the
three racing control bodies, and I ask: how much are the chairman and directors of the new racing
control body, Racing Queensland, being paid annually?

Mr LAWLOR: I thank the member for the question. The situation regarding the remuneration of
the directors of the company is a matter for the chief executive. That is done on a recommendation of a
consultant. It is not the prerogative, as I think I explained when the legislation went through, of the
minister to set the remuneration. The amount of remuneration, as I said, is determined by an
independent consultant appointed by Racing Queensland and must be approved by the chief executive
officer of the department. The amounts approved are fixed for each period of two years. The company
cannot approve directors’ remuneration in excess of those levels recommended by the independent
consultant and approved by the chief executive of the Queensland government department responsible
for racing.
The remuneration levels recommended by the specialist remuneration consultancy firm Godfrey
Remuneration Group and approved by the director-general of the Department of Employment,
Economic Development and Innovation are the chair on $135,000, the deputy chair on $90,000 and
non-executive director on $60,000. The report by the Godfrey Remuneration Group recommended
Racing Queensland’s non-executive director remuneration policy be pitched towards the 50th percentile
of market practices for commercial organisations that are broadly similar to Racing Queensland in terms
of financial dimensions. All fees are inclusive of superannuation contributions.
The process for the approval of a director’s remuneration is the same process used for the
approval of remuneration of directors of the former three control bodies. The chairs of Racing New
South Wales and Racing Victoria are currently paid $126,787 and $107,910 respectively. However,
whilst the thoroughbred racing industries in these states are larger than Queensland’s, the responsibility
for the strategic direction and overseeing the operations and performance of a company managing all
three codes of racing would be greater and more complex than applies to one code of racing. The
approved total board fees for Racing Queensland amount to $525,000 compared to a total of $515,900
for all three former control boards, a rise of 1.7 per cent. This can be compared to Racing Victoria—
CHAIR: Thank you, Minister."
The salary component for the 7 Directors is $525,000.
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« 2010-Jul-29, 02:10 PM Reply #41 »
rorters to the top...isnt dribblin bill gunna be angry if the red rat gets beat and tiny rabbot and the new feds come after him in his palaces supplied by labor party holding pty ltd...a private company.....google em folks interesting reading :idea:
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« 2010-Aug-09, 08:19 AM Reply #42 »
takes a long time to investigate one of their own for this hated rorted group of stakeholder thieves

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« 2010-Aug-11, 09:34 AM Reply #43 »
bob bent. racings blister soon to be burst is sure hammering them good ole trotting boys,girls and children.....closed redcliffe overnight due to a audit"misnomer".......now the qr o'lemon in orchard has called in the cmc to investigate qr's new trotting handicapping employees{read stand down/sack/replace with bob's boys} and certain trainers .............and will also close the gold coast with no alternative venue announced.......whos said joining all 3 would be bad :shutup:   :biggrin:  
bentley your a rabib stakeholder judged parasitic labor dog....we gunna pluck you.........lets see if dribblin bill can protect you when labor gets the boot next state election.......any bob bent. defenders out there :what:
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« 2010-Aug-11, 09:40 AM Reply #44 »
any news on $pm increases for provincial and midweeks?

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« 2010-Aug-11, 11:09 AM Reply #45 »
bobs too busy closing down trots first.....wouldnt them trotting people be filthy on the two pot sreamer racing minister in peter lawless for rushing this shonk/rort through

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« 2010-Aug-11, 09:17 PM Reply #46 »
i hear seargent schultz has been hiding from thr gctc on a saturday at the sharkies with the rest of the wood ducks....but he has to run at the next election to get his earn........lets frame a market now and see who wants to back the .JUDAS.

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« 2010-Aug-12, 07:17 AM Reply #47 »
Winston

The gentleman you refer to may not even bother nominating as the retirement paddock may be a better option.

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« 2010-Aug-12, 06:39 PM Reply #48 »
norton .i reckon he will run again because if he does he gets his full super even if he gets busted (which he will)....the opposition is lining him up already as dead man walking.

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« 2010-Aug-12, 06:50 PM Reply #49 »
hes just another state bankrupting labor parasite...... :censored: ing disgraceful pig at the public purse


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