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Chi d sex - The Clarion Awards
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and unions would faæ inseased
hurdles to entering sites under
the Cmìition's wo*place policy.
The oppmition's long-ewaited
Coalition changes
too "mid to mdet
need for ¡eforor
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COMMENT
policy, relmsed yeste¡dây, aims to
reassure voters about their pay
md conditions while sæking to
undermine the influence of
GËNY IMACES
David Hope, æntre, with the Quæn and
archbishop Rowm Williams in 2003
abuse.
The fomer a¡chbishop of York,
now Lord (David) Hope of
Thornes, yesterday expressed
regret over failing to report to
police allegations in I999 and
2003 âbout â fomer Queeroland
Anglican school principal, who
rose to beome the had of eduetion fortie church in Britain.
The laterfl erend RobertWaddington has bæn acosed of bmting and senâÌly abNing students
uruons,
Unveiling thepolicy, Tony Abbott conlmed that the Productivity Commission would be
chârged with overhauling the
nation's workplace lâws if the
Coalition wm the September 14
election but, as revealed in fie
A$froli¿n two months ago, maior
changes to the Fai¡ Work Act
would be delayed until afler the
2016 election
Dælaring his intention to brtry
the unpopular Work Choices and
govem from the"ffi sible æntre".
the Opposition lf,adasaid there
would be no mâjor changes to
unfai¡ dismissl laws and penâlty
mts
in the Coalition's
he won the election.
during the 1960s ât St Barnabas
boarding school in Ravenshoe,
north Qùeenslând. ând later,
ñrsttem if
Under proposed changes to
UPPA/PHOTOSHOT
heus in charge of the choi¡
as dsn of Manchester.
bbo¡Js slstem ofindividual flexiarrangements, workers
would have a greater ability to
tmde off entitlments. induding
penâlty rats ild lmve, provided
any n4 agreement was voluntary and employæs were better
offovemll.
The Coalition policy would
ma.ke it mom difüolt for unions
to enter workplaæs and rstrict
the ability of unions to take pre-
bility
Waddington æ dem of Manchestd
when
A joint investigation by The
.Austrolion and The Times newspaper in I¡ndon hörryealedtlat
church officiâls, including Lord
Hope, failed to report the 1999
allegâtions of abuse made by a
formu Qumslmd student and
similudaim madein 2003 bythe
famiìy of a choirboy in Mmcheter. The alleged victims were
nfler told of the qistflce of t}te
emptive industrial action, by
removing their abilþ to "strike
fißtand F¿lk later".
other al¡egãtions.
Waddington is accused of
BRìAN CASSEY
abusing ât lqst thre boys at St
Bmabas in the 1960s. Two teachers bired by Waddington at St
Quænsland victim Bim Atkinson
Bmabas,
Fomu
choirboy Eli Ward has alleged he was abused by Robert Waddington, former dean of Milchester
cese in 2007, said yesterday he
would launch m intemal invsti-
gation and infom the Anglican
Church's top decision-mâkin g
body, the General Synod, for the
allegations to be refeFed to tlìe
federal royal commission into
child abuse.
Bishop Ray confimed llìat
many of the St Bamabas school
files, including enrolment and
staff l¡sts, were now missing The
absence of the documents is
understood to hâve hampered
detect.ives from Queensland's
child protection unit, Taskforce
Argos, who were considering a
court appl¡cation to seek Waddingtont extmdition ftom Britâin
in 2005 after two aìleged victins
businssß of politiciaru 'have to
1ift".
"This may shock all ofyou but
it shouldn't," Dr Henry told the
AustElian Institute of Company
Directo¡s annual conferenæ in
Singatþre.
"The politicians think that
whal theyæ doing is morelikeþ
to be succçsfi¡l than æy altmative fom of behavirur.
"Thafs what they thiik That's
why they ile doing it They are
not doing it to get kicked out of
offìce. So we have to sa¡ 'Well
hâng on, that behaviour is not
what we trpect' and that Austmlia daervs rcmething betts."
tæktheirc¡aims direct¡y to poliæ
"l have bæn told that it hæ bæD
alleged that files we¡e thrown
doM a disused well or an old tin
mine sbaft," Bishop Rây said.
"Nomally the dGrmmts would
be heldþ our rchivists. As th6e
arenff allegations, I will besendinglhmto theGenml Synod for
refeml to the rcyal commission
D^\'tD CROl{
rãliryryshow".
Ð invstigation iîto Waddington
after a former choirboy at the
a formâl complaint and civiì action
against the Docese of Mânch6ter, alJeging yeas ofsexual abuæ
by the high-mnking dergyman.
It followed a 1999 mmplaintby
cathedral, Eli Wâ¡d,39, filed
NATIONALÀFFAIRS EOITOR
Hlity
we sæ on the TV in
TV shows, ofcoum they are," he
said.
The comments by Dr Henry,
who chaired the As¡an Century
panel md is on the boards of the
National Austmlia Bank md the
Austrâlian Sm¡it¡6 ExchÐge,
øme æ fomer prcductivity tsr
Gary Bmls wned tìat Ausbalia had "losttheknack" ior refom,
threatening to sevæly compromise our success in Asia and
4
lÆder prepares to unveil his pìan within
weeks, his senior colleagues are
As the Opposition
E
searching for a solution thât
"They are going to behave like
CanLinued on Page
andwe wilì be coopemting ftilly."
British police last yea¡ launched
Queenslander Bim Atkinsn. 59,
who âileged Waddington physi
ølly md serually abued him be
twæn 1964 and 1968 whilehems
a boa¡derud choir solo soprmo.
His complaint was passed by
Conlinùed on PaEc 6
afta
$100,000 would save hundreds of
millions oI doìlars even though
thm pmiouslythought.
Critic of the $43 billion policy
re pmsing for hard dæisioß to
tbe limit would apply to only
wæks.
6 per cent of women of childbetring age.
htror has blæted M¡ Abbott's
policy æ a "Rolìs-Royæ" scheme
beeuse it ofren 26 wæks of paid
sources insisted last night that
the key features of the scheme
would stay. othe6 âre prGsing
ot
¡ts cost, by reduciDg a key income threslìold, while erouring it
remains mo¡e generous than
l¡bor's oÍentrcheme-
lsve
for
nil moth6at
their full
While senior
is
having.
Tony Abbott is s feartul of
being
âmsd
of rcintroducing
Work Cboim
- this amuslion
will b€ mde inmye*-that
the sum ofhis pmpæls is
mpletely inadequte.
He should be pointing to the
fâct thât memploymmtdipped
belw 4 per cmt during Work
CholG rnd tbat real wâ96
gw stlongly, Sure, there were
mmeproblmswith Work
feature of indNtriâl rel¡tions
law lhat should be rcintroduæd
l6t tmde union offcials
attmpt to usur? the dght of
manageß lo mnage
businm.
The prcposal by lbe Coalition
Cantiñued on Poge
I
tial criminal penalties through
the mation of a registercd orgucÐmmision.
Pledging to "retain and im-
isÂtions
prove" the Fâir Work Act, M¡
Abbon såid he wanted "to assure
all the workers of Australiâ
-
policy are dodgy union officials
and theirsupporten," he said.
Federal Labor and the union
movemenl clâimed Mr Abbott's
policy showed individual cont¡acts woùld relurn under the
Howard government's Work
¡emt
andtheadvemmnsqumm it
mission would be reinstated, and
unions would be subjætto potm-
from Libml MP
days. licking to a policy
outlined at the 2010 election and
saying yesterday he would release more detailsin thenext ftr
to
with unions.
As prwiously ânnounc€d, the
full powers of the AùstraliâD
Buílding and Construction Com-
has not been
swâyed by criticism of his plan
MÌ Abbott
would retain his mre pmmire to
ofle¡ nry molhen a "workplace
entitiemenl' mther thæ welfæ.
The Austrolíon has been told
ep
bæn bmging down the dæs of
my paÌliamentarian preparcd
to listen, mmplainingof the
multiple pmblms with tbe act
ons¡dered.
Tbe pmbibited mntmt in
âgMents, for instrnæ, is a
Coalition.
Julia Gillard" who begm atwoday visit to Papua New Cuinea
yðterday, immediately sught to
link the Coalition's pol¡cy to the
LIBERALS are mounting a lastditch effort to scale back Tony
Abbott's paid parental leave
rcheme, amid fmß that the federal budget def¡cit wilì force an
inmming Coalition govemnent
to make deeper spending elts
that reducirg the [email protected]
whatiswmrlgwith lhe Fair
WorkAcL ßusines have
ment so-called "safe rates" for
trudr driverq prcmising to rsiew
the Road Safety Remunemtion
Tribunal.
Itwill wk to reduæ delays to
the start of Hource prcjects by
allowing employers to âpply to
ourhmds'.
"The only people with anything to worry about frcm this
wage up lo a ep of $150,000 a
year. The govemment offen l8
weeks at the minimum wage of
$31500 ayer.
Al*
modstchang6ândit
unionised and non-unionised
that they cn tnßt their future in
MoRE REPoRTSP6
A Pr.rjs Pq
Lib bid to lower parental leave cap
He compared tle life of a politician to being "live inside a 24n
pðple
Ward,left, and Atkinmn æ boys, when theywere
allegedly abu*d by Waddington
sisof
hmdballs the æssmmt of the
Fair Work Act to the
Pmductivity Commission.
As if lhe Coalition realþ
næds a PCinquiry to tell tbem
Choiæq but thereæsme
elements that næd to be
three months of negotiâtions
PÁULRæERS
THERE ¡s nothing nfl in the
Coalition's indNtriâl Elations
policy relædysteday. It is
both lenlative and limidRal¡erthan frighten the
hom, the policy outlines a
The Coalition has alm plaæd
in doubt kbor's pledgeto implÈ
have agËments apprcved
Henry blasts 'reality TV politicians'
the expectations of citizens and
ÊDMOR
WORKERS would be able to
tmde offentitiments more easily
A CHILD sex scandal involving
children in Austnlia ild Britain
has hit the top echelon of the
Anglicar Churc\ with a.lìegations
that some of its most senior
clergymen fâiled to respond
pmperly to complaints of honific
T¡ìe fomer TreNry sær€tary
mid:'1t hæn't really bo a good
time, obviously, fu tlre floating of
boldpolicyideæ"
He saidthis had to change md
IN II,\NN,\N
TNDUSTRIÂL
!llCIl.\EL l\lcKENN.\
ate on 2417 reality television
shows ând the community must
demud better.
6S
AbbottlRplan
to restrict union
,\N,I,\NDA CEAIìINC
SETN O'NEILL
INFLUENTIAJ- govmment adviser Ken Henry has hit out ?t
ArìstËlia's short-tmism, declaring that politicim live æ if thry
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as welì as his 1970 replaæment as headmæter, Bury
Greaves, have since been convicted of child abuse at other
schools and parishes in South
Austmlia md Brisbme
One of tlose teacheß, Peter
Gilbert. has also faced an allegation of abuse relatingto histime
at St Bmâbas.
Tlìe allegations are thelatestto
emerge in a string of mdals involving the Anglican Church in
QueenslÐd, including the mishmdlingof child abue claims at a
[email protected] prepamtory [email protected],
which led to the resignation of
govemor-general Peter Hollin gworth.
St Bmâbas, which opened in
1953, wâs closed, mid-term, iD
I990. North Qumsland's Bishop
Bill Ray, who took over the dio-
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the Fair Work system, Ðd so it
stands to Ëason I will do everything in my power to see that
Work Choices never comes
back," the Prime Ministtr sid"lt's not that long ago tlat the
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6 THE NATION
THE AUSTRAI,IAN, FRIDAY, MAY IO, 2OI3
w.theaustÉlian.com.au
Maitlandlined
up ajob for
minister's girl
LI:O
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THE daughter of fomer NSW
laìror mining minister ìan Macdona.ld ms given ajobby Taiwm6e mnDections of fomer union
John Maitland immedietely
afrer her father had approved a
mining l%e that made Mr Maitlmd millionsof dollamboss
The Independent Commission
Against Comption lus heûd detâils of how M¡ Maitlmd helped
organise ajobfor Sasha Macdon-
with a Taimnesepowtrcompany exeoìtive ¡nd possible investor in tìe Doylæ Creek mine.
Edwin Char¡ just week after the
ìease had been approved and
while M¡ Macdonald was still
seNing tr a minister.
"Sæha, I m offto Beijing this
week and will orgmiæ you inte¡viv," Mr MaiüaDd wrcte on JanuaryI3,2009.
"My Outlook Exprss mshed
and I am using Windows Live
Mâil with the same addßs but I
lost your CV, mn you send anothercopypleaw."
Ms Mâcdonald åltended the
lavish "signing æremony" dinner
at Sydney's exclusive Catalina
aìd
restaurant in December 2008
with hfr fâther, â di¡ner that cost
$1800 and was paid for by the
Doyles Creek min ing interests.
Yesterdây, Mr Meitland also
told Peter Braham SC, counsel
assisting ICAC, the dinner was
organised to sign the mining
licence âgremenl
ìCAC is investigating the cirflmstanæs around the awarding
ofthe Doyls Creek exploration
licence as a closed tender to Mr
Maitlmd and other busi¡esmo
for a "tminìng mi ne" in Dæernber
2008 by Mr Macdonald" a longtime union æsæiate of Mr Mait-
land
It a.llegedly delivered Mr Maitlmd and other investorg Nch âs
Newcastle businessman Craig
Rmsley, a $48 million prcfitwhen
theliænæ wæ sbsequently sold
to NuCoal in 2010. No tnining
mineffi
flerbu¡lt
'lt
is alleged Mr Maitland personally tumed a $165,000 investment into $14m.
MrMaitlild hadsfltan mail
to
a
friend, Arch Tudehope, to
Ms Macdonâld's detâ¡ls to
Mr Chan at Taiwan Powq Corp,
pass on
who had shown interest in
inv6t-
inginDoylæ Cræk.
"Ardl
I spoke to Edwin about
this young lass before tlìe a¡gu-
mtrL
Can you spak to him about
the matter. I als just rceived an
email from him about Taiwan md
what Doyls Creekwanted to do,"
he wrcte on Jmuary 31, 2009.
Ms Macdonald, whose full
nme is Alqandria, wmte to Mr
Chan on February ll, intrcducing
Top Catholics to give eyidence on child abuse
half-day sitting on May 20 and
that Cardinal Pell will give evidence in a half-day sitting on
May27.
The two derics will
attend Victoria's
parliamentary inquiry
lD â slìort stâtement. the
church leaden welcomed the opportuDity to attend the Victorian
sl-t,,\RT RTNTOUL
CATHOLIC Cardinal George
Pell ând Archbishop of Melbourne Denis Hârt have confimed they will give evidence ât
V¡ctoria'schiìd abus inquiry, with
the strong possibility they wil) be
thefinal two witn6s6
The Catholic Church confimed
night that Archbishop
Hart, who is also prsident of the
Austmlian Catholic Bishops Conference, will give evidence in a
last
Parliamentâry Inquiry into the
Handling of Child Abuse by Religious and Other Non-Govemment Organisatiom, whicb is in its
final stages.
''fhe committæ is mdertâkin g
vital md importÐt work into the
response of religious and nongoverment institutions to child
seroal abuse, o that our children
tr be protected from this evil,"
they said.
"These shocking and vile
cims are a national disgraethat
were not mnfined to reìigious organisations but havebæn a blight
acms all lwels of society."
They reitemted their mmmitmentto [email protected]{pemtion md said
this had bm made clear to th
quiry amss mmy months.
e
in-
The appearance of Cardinal
Pell hæ bæn kænly anticipated
As Melboume rcbbishop in1996,
he was one ofthe architects ofthe
Melboume Response, whidr atablished a process for dealing
with abu* mmplaints, butwhich
has been strongly criticised by
to protect
sq
in Victoria, and
accompanied
¡rdophile priest Gerald Ridsdale
to court when he fißt faced
chargæ in 1993 in what he ølled
"a pdctly âct ofsolidarity".
He hâs irercely denied dâims
he was present when a boy desaibed being raped by Christian
Brcther RoM Best at St Alipius
primary rhml ¡n Ballamt, saying
the claims, by lawya Vivim
Wd-
ler, were "inesponsible, untrue
and are absoìutely denied".
The AustmliÐ Bisbops Con-
it
femce sid that while there wqe
the
"signifimnt prcblems mncming
some diocðs md some religious
ordeß, làlk ofa systemicprcblem
some victims who have claimed
wås designed
links to the church's Ballant diowhich was a centre of abuse
church md timit conpensation.
Cardinâl Pell also has cìose
hmelf.
"Dear Mr Chan, my name is
Alexandria Mâcdonald. Your
re
-
criminal cases. They have perverted the
ouße ofjustiæ."
bypaintul
my resune for your perusal, I
would be very intaested in meeting you and finding out more
memories
about your compâny and the
workyou engage in."
While Ms Macdonald's mle at
Taiwan Powe¡ Corp is unclear,
she worked with anothe¡ company of which Mr Chan was a
Asian
director
- North
Rsources based
in Mongolia
formostof2009.
Asked by Mr Bmhm whether
job
Ms Mactonald was given a
in
China by Mr Chan, Mr Maitlæd
ag¡eed but denied it was "qu id pm
A]\4ANDA CEARINC
IT was in tlre
Rflænd
eral choirboys came fovard.
Among
Doyles Creklicene
The hearing mntinues.
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Robert Wadd itrgton.
When Waddington called for
voluntæß to help him polish the
gold leaf on tìe altar Éilings, sw-
quo" for the awarding of the
COMFORTIM
magnificent
Manchester Cathedral that Eli
Ward's pure mprano attmcted the
attention of the new deân, the
-'-Ð.
otll
rá¡.e:
frcñ
Page
I
Austmlian chu¡ch officials
Anslicân boardine
toI¡rd
Hope, the then second highmtranking dergrman in the Church
of England.who conÊontedwaddington about the allegations.
ln a letterto Australian drurch
oflicials, Lord Hope said at the
time: "He (Waddington)
was
clærly shocked and indi€led to
me that, whiist be mây have acted
at tim6 in a way which LÐuld have
bem misinterpreted, lìe could Dot
rull Ðy incidentswhich wereoi
the'seriousness' which you dernlbe in your letter.
"He said that he was deeply
sorry for anything lre may have
done so to offend, and wished to
extend an unßeßed apolory to
the young mân mnæmed and to
mke i1 very deü that tJìere is no
question of any such behaviour
ærurring again"
Mr Atkinson says he wffi told
by Ausbalian chu¡ch off¡cials in
1999 that Waddington wâs near
death, after undergoing zurgery
for throat cancer. Waddington
didn't die for â fu rther eight yeaß
lnrd Hope, who was ínvolved
in the handling ofthe alìegations
relating to both Wa¡d and Atkinson, said that "with hindsight,
looking back, yotr feel perhaps
you could do more to inv6tigate".
On the failure to report the allegations to poìice, Lord Hope,
now a life peer in the House of
schóol a hotbed
of
sexual punishment
THE little
Angliru boading
schælofStBambas
in the
misty mountain town of
Rf, venshoe. north Quæmlmd,
wæallegedlya hotbedof
physiolândsudabuæin lbe
1960s.
North Quænsland Bishop
Bill Ray hæ onftmed the
diæ has ftr ñ16aboul the
dosd midsdrml
1990
tem io-whichìvâs
suspicions
-with"down awell
lhey wercdmped
ormoldmine shaft" in the
dishicL
A history ofbrutâl ph'ßiol
punishmmt and smd abw at
the schml dating from the 1960s
ls now merging.
hadmæler in 196I, dished out
daily enings to many ofh¡s
youngstudmtsand then
allegedþ mped some behind
c¡ff€d dæN in his mm or the
sickbay,which wæ next lo
ach othen
FomerSt Bambæ stud€nl
Bim Atkimn, now 58, and two
other fomer studmts håve
lwelled allegaliom âga¡mt the
man th€y qlled "Lhe Wadd"Among thest¡frbircd by
Waddlngton wæyomg teacher
PettrGilbert, who was allegedly
peßuded by Waddington to
join a clibâte Angl¡en order. À
vow of povety Gilbert *ore
ment lberchml did not haw to
put him ona wage, instetd
palnghimjust$2aweelc
Gilbert-whohas
allegatioß
at the
Lords, said: "1 didn't report to
polie. These days, however, you
should be doubly câreful about
such allegations. We should have
informedpoliæ."
Documents show the 2003
complaint, made by the family of
M¡ War4 was injtially withheld
from the Church of England's
ild
thatâ
church offícial had raised con-
he abus€d
md blurled out "Shill" Eli was horrified that a man of God would
swar in God's hom Butthe dqn
made ajoke ofil rirawing the boy
¡nto his confidence. Soon
Waddington rm collecting Eli in
his Peuçot for choir pmctie md
gmdrully grooming him for ser.
Waddington âmnged for Elito
stay at the deanery, making up a
sÞare H in the dæn's bedræmHe Gltivâted the boy's tastes in
fine wine and doth6, md talìght
him to speak with a oltured accent and wite grammatiml English. "l wæhisproject," M¡Wa¡d,
t'$
sbml
-wæ
of assultwith
AN IIoNì'KL,\N
THE depa¡ture of former NSW
treasure¡ Eric Roozendaal from
politic removs one more saio¡
frgure Nciated with the llbor
regimethât ruled for16 yem.
Wilh six yeare left to nrn on
the 5l-year-oìd's upper lrouse
tm. the ALP has the chÐce to
bring
inmmenwblood
NSWALPsffietarySam DNtyili yBterdey said be had bm
æked bystate Opposition
l¡ader
John Robertson to find cândidates f¡om a diversity of backgrcunds.
It is bel¡4ed the early froDt
runner is Ernest Wong, a Burwæd ouncillor whose elsation
would help Labo¡'s credentials
among Sydney's Chinæe community in the coming federal
election. Another possible is
Daniel Mookhey, who has strcng
union backing btrt is srrently
employed running the ACTU's
fedral election ompâign.
Mr
Ræzendaal used his fâre-
thosepðple as "abrcgating their
responsibility to the people of
NSWand the labor Pertybynot
reaching a rnsible comprcmise".
He pmiæd the fomer leadm
hehadworkedwith, búmadeno
mention of M¡ Robertson, who
suspended hím from the party
while hewas under lndependent
Comm¡ssion Against Comption
investigation, and who still oppG6 electicity privatist¡onMr Robertson, in retum, put
out a Grt ståtment pmising Mr
Ræzendaal's great6t achtevement as maintaining the state's
AAA credit rating.
in
1980-âta
schæl-md
addit¡onal l8
months'jail.
Anolher fomer St Brmabås
tqcher, who @nnotbe mmed
forlegal msoß, fâæd muÉ in
20l0overchild
soffffi
betwæn1973 md1983. He wæ
fomd unf¡t to stand trial in 20U
æd put on å l+yer psychiaùic
Afterwadd¡D8tm ætmed
toEnglmd ln1970, hewas
rcplÐcrd by
motberpr¡6t,
Barry Gæavc, fmm the sme
æl¡bâtc Anglien order in
England.GH6%åls
otricted
in
now 40, says. "Every time I pick up
a glassof wineorputon myshm, I
m reminded of Waddin gton."
Soon the intemction allegedly
bmme more s¡nister. Waddington began kissing and embmcing
the boy. The alleged abuse continued for several years and inæased iD werity, util the dean
hâd the boy regularly stayingat his
house and sìeeÞing in his bed,
where he regultly fondled, kiswd
and nastuÈated the child Waddington, who was in Ns late 50s to
erly 6ft, invited Eli to play temis
was helping h¡m prepa¡e for
He
forthËysn
While cleaning the altar nils,
Waddington dropped his brush
on the bishop's tennis court ând
tmk him on holida¡s to the låke
District, Comwall Ðd Fmne
Everything suddenly changed
in lg8g.Weddington told Elithatif
the press should ask him about
thefu relationship, be wæ to say
the dean was his godfather and
o¡den
in2009
MTC1IAELMGKENNA
schmlesm,
Aftr
choir conductor Gordon
âsked Eli about bis relatiomhip withWaddington,the laltr forced Eli to leave the choir, but
Sttrart
stayed on æ the
cms aboutthe failure to do rc by
the then Ardtbishop of York
træ
of omplaints rcìating tothe
otha's alleged abuse.
"He (the child protction officer) was not awue of the situation
md thilked me for the inio. He
remarked that this was not an
unusuaJ pnctiæ by the Archbish
(sic)," the intemal church docr-
In 2005, two yqE afterthe allegatiorowæ miæd in Manch*
ter, Ausû-alian church ofr¡cials rejected Mr Atkinson's pNh for an
inv6tigâtion into his ese, saying
it w as "u nli kely to pmduce any ad-
ment eid"
Both Mr Ward md Mr Atliinrcn were never told ofthe exist-
ditionalinfomation".
M¡ Atkinson accepted
ICAC is investigating
9-Æ,000
a
ex-gati a pay ment
dtr
of
Mmchð-
teruntil 1991.
Eli fin¡shed school with poor
grades, drifting fromjob tojob
Last year he became suicidal.
Thoughts oft}te sexual abuse resurfaed, but he thought Waddington's dmth in 2007 mant there
wæ no avenue forjustie
Then he sw reports about the
Jimny Saviìe øe ud disovqsl
thatpol¡æwæ invstigâting evm
though the ofrende¡ Ms dead-
Mills the Coalition's
man in Indonesia
EddieOì:eid.
He said the privatisation had
by'tìe strict
viil in sections
of the ALP thât any fom of privatisation is bad, and by selfinterest playinB out within the
energ¡/ unioro".
He said history wouldjudge
to an
for mole.sti ng al tar boys in the
1980s in a¡nrish narBrisbane
A¡IÂNDA GEARINC
didn't name him, that included
been d eniled in part
1960s dogmatic
mtenctd
mnvic'tslofsoffelr$
In Opposition, Mr Rooændaal has been caught up by his association wíth ALP power bmkt
of Unions NSW.
Soutb Austmliân
wasj¡ll€d
we¡l speæh to attack those who
opposd the privatisation of the
e)ætricity industry. Although he
Mr Robertson while he was head
Hewas also convlc-ted in 2006
studmts
Roozendaal departs politics
with $120,000-a-year pension
ùIARI{COTJLIAN
mtenced loja¡l forfiveyeâ6
andsix months
ofindæn¡ as¡ult
q-
V
faced
intent lo
npe, aod rape, in 1988 and
2006
HeadmæterRobert
I{addinglor¡ who arived ât the
child prolection ofüceß
schml fiom England tob€
Eli, â working-
ã
H
Bim Atkinson, front row farlefl, in a St Bamabas clæs photo fmm 1966 with RobertWaddington, ænÞ€, wearing cap
Contin¡ed
thm ffi
ll-yeæold fmm a omcil
tate,who lovedsingingin thechoir
mdwæ happy to help.
JresrlesT
MADE IN
NORWAY
penal tie for faili ng to do so. 'Bis hops today are citiæns and they
unds the law," he said. "Mary
most- have wilhheld widenæ in
name was referæd lo me ræently
by John Maitlmd. I have attadred
t ¿'JrL
OI
viGrs{enaal ms "inomprehmsible" and
abuse by bishops md
u¡ged the inquiry to rcommend
mandatory rcporting with swere
Choirboy
haunted
Church is rocked by sex scandal
#, ùt' 't
THE INNOVATORS
of sexual abuse ¡n the Catholic
Church is ill-founded and inonsistent with the facts"
Meanwhiìe, in prwiously suppressed evidence to the inquiry,
fomer Catholic priest Michael
Parer said he beliwed most V¡ctoriân bishops hâd withheld evidene from invætigations.
He said the cover-up of sex
EXCLUSIVE
Åi\lOS,\lliMÂN
â
$10,000 d¡scount on a carthatthe
Obeid fmily facilitated fo¡ him.
He alm used his fawell speh
to maintain his innoeìce.
MrRMndmlhasbænlækingfor ajob outside ofpolitis for
sonìet¡me.
Before the l¿st elætion he denied that he was stmding for re
elætion in orde to qualiff for a
parlimentary pemion.
Howfler, he now leavs politis with a lifetime indexed pension of âbout $120,000 a year,
payablewhm hetums55.Heffi
teke all or part ofthat as a lump
sm of upto$12 million.
By leaving now, his pension
will be unaffected by my ICAC
findings
- due to be handed
down mid-yeu.
A perliamentary pmsion can
be suspended or cancelled if ân
MP r$igns while serious charge
are pending. but notif the charg6
ælaid afterleavingoffiæ
NORTHERN CORRESrcNDENT
FORMER Northern Territory
chief minista Terry Mills is in
lndonesia on a fact-finding
mission, diwssing isrus mfal
to Coalition policy and reporting
directly to Tony Abbott and
opposition spokeswoman on
foreign afiais J ulie Bishop.
Mr Mills left Damin on Tuesday night on a fiveday visit, stoÊ
ping in the epital JãI€rtâ end the
eastm city ofKupaDg.
A Bahasa speaker, Mr Mills
loìd Th¿Aust¡olion from lndonesia he
æminingpolitiel developmmß in the [email protected] to tìe
elfttion thæ next year, ild on-
ffi
in the Ealm Pmvincs
as well as in Jakarta, from the
highest pol itical lflels to those on
the ground" he said- "l wil I report
to Tony Abbott and Julie Bishop."
The trip is Mr Mills's lNt signmmt mgagement sinæ l6ing
the TeEitory [email protected]ßhip in a coup
in March. It mms shortly before
Chief Ministe! Adm Gila is
smrity
*-
pecied to make his fimt official
visit to Indonesia âs Tetitory
laderin â mupleof weeks.
Mr Mills, who has longstandinB connections to
sme oflndo-
nsia's
most influential families
and the politiml elite, sãid there
wff a "deep willingncs" mong
mmy to work towards fldingthe
people-muggling tmde-
"The Coalition has
a
dar
poì-
icy that ennot be achieved without a much deeper level of co-
operation with lndonesia," he
sidering how the Austrâlia-
saiÈ
lndonesia relationship might
develop afto Septmbe/s fedr¿l
start the live @ttle tÉde on
He l¡lmed the failure to re-
pmr
elæ'tion.
political leadership, and spoke
out in favour of fftablishing bæf
supply chains to Eastern Prov-
Iive cattle trade and regional
inæs as a g6ture of gædwill.
"lt is important to as6s iss6
such as people-smuggling, the
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Clækwise fmm left,
BtmAtklnson,who
sysRobert
Waddlngton abusd
him at Ravenshæ;
Waddington;
Atkinson as a bo¡';
and alleged
Waddlngton vlctim
Ell Ward (in white
su?lice, fmntrcw
æntre) in
Mmchestq
MAfN PIdURE:
BBIAN CASSEY
CHI-]RCH'SWALLOFS LTNCT
A deric abused boys here and in Britain,
but neither knew of the other's suffering
the Church ofEngland.
The two-page child prctec'tioD
report, unearthed by police in tììe
uchivm of the dime of MÐche
ster, was prool ât lâst, that a
fomu ethedml
alle
droirboy
ging yem of ærual abu* -by one
of Britain's most senior clergym an
not alone.
There was another boy. Also a
solo sopmo, on the other side of
t}re world, who was singing from
the sâne bymn sheet about The
-
m
Ve¡y Rwe¡md Robert Waddington. "There had been a previous
referal ab0rt sesal impropriety
some time ago from Austrâlia,
where RW had been the headmaster at a school. An ex-pupil
had made â complâint to the
Bishop of (north) Queensland
who had reìayed it to the A¡chbishop (of York)," the 2003 report
Eli Ward's fmilyhad prcmpted
church ofticials. without Ward's
knowledge, of tìe alleged abuse he
zuffered in the mid-1980s.
For Ward, the discovery of the
doommt lâte last ymr did more
than build his ose against Waddington, who rose to bcome the
dean of Manchestet it also re-
ofthe Anglien
includi¡g the then
archbishop -oÍ York David Hope,
now a life peer in the House of
l¡rds that spared the church
and thepri6ta pub¡icsødd.
The poliæ were nwer elled.
And for almost a decade, the
veaìed the actions
hienrchy
heartbrcaliing storim of Ward and
Bim Atkinson
who, in 1999,
- of abuse by
raised allegations
Waddington wbile Atkimn was a
boarder ât St Bamabæ Anglican
stilì takingyoung boys back to his
home."
Atkinson, son of prominent
Qumsland cattle station oMers,
had surgery ândchemothempy
for
[email protected]
ln
a lette¡ dated February I,
1999, HopewtetoWæd saying
the reti¡ed priest was "shæked and
distressed" by the allegations.
Church reco¡ds showed not a "hint
of such behaviour throughout the
time of his m¡nistry here in
Englud".
But Waddington's denials of
abusing Atkinson were hardly
tækhis compla¡ntto ClydeWood
thm bishop of north QumslandWæd wæ shocked at the alle
emphãtic
Qumsland -remâinedl¡ehinda
wall of silene.
Eadl was kept unawæ ofthe
otha's claims, depriving them of
corrobomting evidence and a
chanæ of soding Waddington to
gations against Waddington,
which
could have been misinterp¡eted,
he could not recall my parlicula
incident or incidmts which were
of the 'seriousness' which you
desibe in your letter," Hope told
.iail beforehis death in 2007.
mmetimæ left Atkinson bleedbg
Schæl in Ravmhæ. in
fu
north
WaddingtorL a fomer supsior
ofthe OËtory ofthe Good Shep
herd, a worldwide ordt of ælibate
Anglican priests, Ms wo¡th pro-
lìeadmâster at St Bmabas from
196l tol970.
Atkinson also told him ofWadfor as
dington's Mdistic €ninç
Iittle as waìking on the school
yard's grass quadrangle
that
-
down his legs.
Aged nine, Atkinson wæ made
solo soptrist of the school choi¡,
cation for the church in Britain
duringthe 1970s and 80s.
and the alleged seroal assaults
begm.
"l wæ absoluteiy petrified of lhe
man," Atkinson says. "AfterIjoined the choir, the abuse stûted He
[email protected] tèllme to go to the sickbay,
which had a connectin I door to his
bedmom,and then lwouldend up
Atkinson told an Austnbishop of his alleged yeârs of
inhisroom.
"lt started with kissing and
tæting.
With â penchânt for hand-
made shoes. sports cars and, it
would seem, young boys, the
Cambridge Univenity-edumted
pritrt
had seryed as head
ofedu
Wìfl
lim
abuse at St Bamabas in the l960s,
fondling. I elways remember his
recond only to
the Archbishop of Cåntertury
who handled the complaint
Waddington was living in re-
would moke
teribleltreath
-he
and
Doctor Pat pipe
tobacco
then laterhewmld usBrylGm
tirment
This hâppened once or twice
itffiHope-thú
AÈa
in Hope's dioGe.
life ofbroken relationships md dmd-endjobs, Atkinson,
now 59, sa¡d he made the complaint aftr htring rumouE tlat
Waddington's housekeeper in
Queensland, who had lollowed
him to England, had aired cona
cms about his relâtionships with
boys ¡n the 1980s and erly I990s
in
Mmd¡estq.
"I was44, andjustwakingup to
Usinghisloaf
PLUNGlNGoncemoreinto the
world ofjauntily nmed FM mdio
prsenten, Julia Gillard
ycttrday wqìt on Brisbands Bl05
with tåbby, Stâv and Abbyúd
chattedbriefly wit¡ Wedncday's
alleged sndwich-lobber, lGyeuold Kyle
J/TMES JEFFREY
haveto getjustice,
me compensation
and stop Waddington', who I
heard through t}le gmpsine was
says.
t¡e seset report when they told
The Austrolion-
"l thougÌ4'l
mke them pay
MICHAEI, McKENNA
AMANDA GEARINC
A SINGLE document was aiÌ it
took to ilhwinate a drk smet in
how much lle abue had affected
me, how it was always lurking,
pushing metorun," Atkinson teÌls
Tho'mn,who
prcdaimed his imæne.
(lntmogated by Tte Sydnc,
M omtn g H uol d,theyoun g ælfprcclaimed fall guy ms candid
aboulthe PM: "ShedËn'thaYe a
big noæ likefleryone's eyin&
She's small md, yea̡ famous") If
the PM dffi't mmemcingback
from Papua New Guinea it will be
ryen more unde¡stædable
In softfocus
STREWTHhasbm foma¡dd
an
mail
(admittedly amæs one)
to
gl%e
meup md pmetrate me.
a
wæk for yeas."
Wood contacted his æunte¡part in Manchester, bishop Christopher Mayfield, who said Waddington lud retiredin 1993.
Hope. archbishop ofYork ftom
1995 to 2005, was told and thm
confrcnted the alleged âbuser.
[email protected] to lettm and dooments, Hopedismvered a "sd and
despondmt" Waddington. He had
from Tony Abbott and Eric
AbeE, 6sotially pledgingto lift
all our Mg6 Ðd not Gst us into
illustrated with a
serfdom. lt
photo ofAbbott in a workshop,
slewm rclled up, standing
ffi
nøa
þrobably non-metaphoricrl) gas
cylinderand addrssing æ
audimæ. Perhapstoprctectthe
innæmt, the mwd's fae wse
blured, including one that lmked
suspiciously like Quænsland
LNPbad(benchsGúlge
Christenæn's. "He obviou sly
d¡dntMnt my stately physique
detractingfrom h¡s;' he
hypoth6ised to Strertll
Frisþbusiness
WERE not surewhat wasin the
a ir in Soutl Australia. but there
p6s
was a certain tlme at a
confænce by PremicJay
Weatlsill and federal Mental
"He wâs clearly shocked and
indietedto methat,whilsthe may
have acted
attim6
in a way
Wæd.
"Hemid hewasdeeply sorryfor
anything he may hâve done so to
offend, and wished to extend an
unrwed apology to the young
mm concerned and to make it
very deæthat there ¡s no qustion
of my such behaviour æoriDg
again."
Atkinson claims Wood later
told him that Wâddington had
denied flerything and was nea¡
death. ltwâs, in lact, a furthereight
yam before Waddington died.
"Wood told me that he was on
his death-bed and I should lel it
go," Atkinmn tells Th e Austrolion
Wæd,nowliving in tbe Northem Teritory, says he cant reell
emctlywhat he told Atkinþn.
"l knew Waddington was in a
bad way, mdl relayedthat I didn't
call poliæ beøuse I thought that
would be handled in England,
whæ hewæ living,"hesaS.
ln a letter to Wood, in Apr¡l
1999, Atkinson saíd if Waddington
had been in better health, he
would have "brought him tojusticeevfl if ithad taken metlìeßt
o[mylifeto
do so".
Atkinmn then asked Wæd for
Health MinisterMark Butler.
First WeathùiI: "(SA Libsal
leader) Stwen Manhalljust
cowæ whenqq heffi Tony
Abbotl Hejust rcìls overÐdìets
Tony ticklehis belìy." Butlen"ltis
timethat Tony Abbott stopped
pl
aying [email protected] with the Prem ier of
Er, genls?
W6tem Australia."
Stuffyourarias
DOUGIAS Adams once wrcte.
"B€ethwÐ tells you what ifs Lilie
to be Beethwen ild Mmrttells
you whatit's liketo be human.
Bach tells you what it's like to be
the univese" Butìt's anyone's
guss whiclr composa cottld gíve
a hint of whatit s like to beMark
Iåthâm. Strewth has belatedly got
uound to reading latham's
reviw of our ælleague Nick
Cattr's new bmk The Lucþ
Cultur¿md, to trt a longspmy
âcopy oftheletterfrom Hope, be-
fore fomally "relinquishing the
Anglican church" from åny responsibilityfor the alleged abuse
On May 4, 1999, the same day
Wood sent Atkinson lhe copy of
Hope's letter, the north Queensland bishop wrote to the a¡chbislìop of York saying the alle8ed
victim had provided, "as I re-
had faced similar allegations in
made by
Austmlia in 1999
Moteto Atkinson syingit did not
b€lifle "speDding a huge mount
Atkinsn-
of money on
-thæ
Theyagain talked to Wadding-
ton, who denìed the
second
compla¡nt. But they didn't te¡l
Ward's family of the complaint in
Austmlia
Instead, tlìey canvassed the
idea of telling them that
Wadding-
statement in witing" to
ton wæ ill: "Bishop Nigel (McCul-
drop the complaint.
"l
only hope and pmy that
thìs matter now lìaving been
loch) wondered whether a call
fromme,orGmllamas hehad Ðo
ken to (the sistr), telling her that
qu6te4
a
ff
raised. and Father Waddington
being taumatised by the ¡æeipt of
the allegatioß, that now notice of
closure from this end, will not
leave Fathtr Waddington pemanently distressed by this mâtter,"
Wood told Hope.
For thre yaE,
(Waddington) was ill might be
hetpful. I adviæd that it ffis not a
good idea to speak to the family
about Robert Waddington's stâte
of heaìth. To do so might sound
like special pleading and would
prcbably be sm æ læking after
Atkinsn tried
their own. The bishop immedi-
to move on with his life. But in
ately s¿w the point and agreed that
itwas not'on'."
2002, after leaming Waddington
was still alive. he wmt to Queensland's child prctection uniÈ Taskforce Argos
He made a police statement,
md wasjoined by oneof his rhæl
mat6. now living in New Zaland
and not yet ready to be named.
extradition of Waddington to
Australia.
ln England, Ward's sisters
whohad bmtold bytìei¡brcther
reported the âlle
of the abße
gations to the Manch6ter dio6e
in 2003.
The diocese's subsequent re-
-
-
port rryeals tbet officiâls told the
family it ould do little until Ward
made an official complaint him-
seli
Within days, diocemn stafTmd
senior clergyhad mntâcted Hope
and coniumed that Waddington
short he dæsnt dig it. A I¡thm
mrely dmç, md
piæ, howoer,
this one rips along at avolenic
clip until ithitsthis pmgmph:"By
any objætivetst, clÄsical müic
opea md ballet are insufîenbly
boring. They have no social wo¡th
oths than in the treatment o f
sleeping
disordm. Butt}taf s how
t¡e elit6 lilie it, sfe in t¡e
knowledge that peopl e bel ow
thet lation in sæiety are
rmlikely to jojn tlìem in the
jewellery-nttling rows of the
Opem Houæ." [email protected] pæple, you
rc, stickto thefæty.låtham
in
can
ttrns be @mpelling,
mtertaining thoughtfu l,
infu riating or offmsive. Then
there a¡e tims. sch as here,
wheÊhe givsthe impression of a
mmwho'shad his skull c¡acked
open and picked clmn by
lampreys. Butwe could bewng.
lf the Fibro Report column he
will bmefit anyone".
Oflicials then pressed h¡m to
mttr mediation. with e mveatthat
the church "is not wealthy (and)
did nothave insmnceover in the
relwant period".
They paid him an eY-g¡atia
settlement of $75,000 without
admitting liability.
The turning point in outing
Waddington eme ìast yeù, whff
Ward, now 39, sw reports about
allegations of child sex abuse
made by sores of victims against
the late British media pexonality
Jimmy Savile. Ward, who had
been through a divorce and was
suicidal. contacted Menchster
police and filed a civil action
agãinst the Manch6tq dirc.
He had a similar story to that of
Atki¡sn.
'It started with
kissing and fondling.
I always remember
his terrible breath'
A boy frcm a council housing
estate in Salford, Ward auditioned
md won a place in tlte voluDtary
choir at Manchster Cathedml in
l98l,whm hewsjuslwen.
Waddington mived âs the new
dqn
who made simi)ar allegalions
againstWaddingtonBut the inv6tigation falte¡ed
when detectives discovered the
school üc were missing. Argos
Iater told the pair that there wæ
not enough ev¡dence to seek the
anotherinvestigation
BIMAffIM
UMMOFALEÐAsæ
The report also shows a child
prctection olfis in the diæ of
York had not bæn toìd by Hope of
ns mmplaint.
After the officer was told. the
unnamed author of the report
added: "He was not awa¡e of t}le
situation and thanked me for the
info. He remarked that this was
not an unusual practice by the
Archbishop."
Meanwhile. Atkinson
- who
was nflertold ofthe allegations in
pushing
still
was
Manchester
churchofficials in Quænsland for
a nfl inv6tígation into Waddington. ln 2005, the Anglican Professional Standards Comm¡ttee
the
used to w¡ite for the
Liverpool
Rugby Club wæ as rcllicking æ
l€gend sa)ß, opm will nwer come
of
theetheùal
gmdually gmming him for ær
Ward wæ mn touring with tlìe
choir to other Engl¡sh mthedmls
md churcha and sag witì thm
in Paris, singing the slo at Nobe
Dame Câthedral on Easter Sunday and ât the World Council of
Churchs in Zurich.
Eventually Waddington armnged for the boy to stay ât the
deanery, making up a spare bed in
thedeil'sHmm.
It was thtr the abse stârted, It
began with kissing, but prcg¡essed
to masturöation as Ward. at the
morein sorcw tìan gobsmadied
inaedulity. "His attemptsto
mte wial
iftlfl
Reponse in oneact
him behind
theMarkiveree
tbât hciano PavmEi, who in
his ti me wæ both a talented
footballer anda great tenor, would
hâve been a etaclysm waiting to
mll-
ing for volunteeE to help polish
thegold altùnilings.
Wârd, then II, was anong the
volunteers. Waddington befriendedhim, ællælinghim in his
Peugeot for choir practice and
withincoæ.
SO we imaginein
in 1984,
prompting of Waddington and
with the approval of the boy's parents, moved in with the then dean,
who was in his late 50s.
"lt
continued over several
Wards statement of d¿im
MaDch6ter Dioc$e sys.
Ward says now that lìe is constantly reminded of Waddington
yffi,"
to the
him about fine
who taught
-wines
and how to speak eloquently.
" I ome frcm a very pær background and yet pæple meet me
ând they think l'm wealthy . . . I
don'l know who I m."
Itwãs lætyffwhm Mmchff-
ter police made their breakthrough
-
finding the report on
Ward's sister's complaint in 2003,
revealing there had been a (unnamed) complainant in Austmlia
Ward contacted this newspâper
and an intemet search found a
damning reference to Waddingild StBamabæ.
"My pedophile headmaste¡ æd
abusive trer was The Most UnReverend Robert Waddington.
Some of my other teachffi were
toD
Brother Peter Gilbert
(a
Waddington-induced pedophile
who isnowingaol). -.." it eid.
Atldnsn, the author of the intemet posL wæ located and in an
emot¡onal meeting via SIVpe last
month, the two discovered what
the church had knom fo¡ 14 yeaß.
Wa¡d said he recognised the
facs of children in the A$tralim
school among photos ofabout 40
boys that Waddington had kept in
his study.
The pair have now leâmed up
æ detemined tlattletruth
will mme out about Waddington,
the clergymm eulogised in Brítish
newspapers after his death as
having "a specjaì gifr for teaching
boys, which prcved useful in his
and
later cathedral âppointments
when he had responsibility for
choristss".
mundto rulingit
out.
"Gothe
Bunnis!" he added brightþ.
division are as
antnow as hispoliti6.
Austnlia hæ moved on and let
likemmeprtof
nuttüfrom a NorthKom
collective fam." (lt's aboul time
NorthKomgotafm)
Tfficini went on to deteil the
Yourshuly
LET'S fi nish in the dunnywith a
philoopher. Rspondingto
ystrday's item aboutlitids who
phone theil mum from thetoilet,
Tony O'Brim ænds N Voltaiæ's
respons to smæne who'd snt
him m abusive letttr 'Sh I m
sted in the smallest room in the
of onducting
lhlìed his
Hande.l in the Opem Houæ. Then
there's Lyndon T€mcini,who in
atriumph o[a multilaskin g
mmags to be â South Sydney
in tidct sales and fint-ti me
opem gm, perfomanæs in
regional Australia (including
Aboriginal @mmunitia) and lhe
Community Choir proj€ct, which
uw"poplefrom very many
difrrent ethnic backglounds
from Westm Sydney perfom at
the Sydney Open Houæ".
Trâitoß! Talc down thei¡ nmes!
supporter Ðd Opem Austnliâ's
artistic director. "lå lhâm has a
wonderful abüty to be ompleteìy
out of touch rvith mntempoËry
Australia," he sighed to Stewth,
Ahm.So. ould welmkfomrd
totàe @mmissioning of låthm
reply
-TheOpm?TemcinÍs
wæ amusi ngÌy teEe but, strictly
trewth has al s sæn this
attributed to musicim Mü
Re8er, butasthatpmbabìymmð
as a bit elitist, well segue to
nws t})at Sydney is lo host a
monster truck evût (rue), which
LibeEl mmber for Drummoyne
John Sidoti belis6 willheip
"showes Sydney to theworld".
spealdng he didn't quite get
[email protected]
happer,likemssingthe beams in
Gl¡ostbrle6- Ditto tbe bm-andÐort loving Bob Hawke who
fu
dItr
srge
hous. Your letter is b€fore me.
Sæn itwill be behind me."
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TREASURER PUTS JOBS AHEAD OF SPENDING RESTRAINT
$z6bn
EX
Economists attack
Wayne on austerity
SIVE
DAVID T]RDN
SID l\,lAllER
foræast ommodity
priG
on company profits
bud get,
Wayne Swanwill outline a
pathbackto surplus, sup¡nrted by
savings and reducing defìcits as
æmpanyt¿Y
Hmueremveß.
A briefing note to the Treas-
uru,
ill'more
n budge
prone to
violence'
EXCLUSIVE
obtained by The Weekend
is
undemining
mnomic gwth
in Eurcpe and
theUS,
As
lheTH$mputs
finishing touchB to
a
the
fedeml
budget most pund¡ts qpect will
projæ:t defi cits âs far
Às
the
wskn6s innational
pmfsmreAJberto AImina md
John Taylor have gustioned
whetherausteÌity ¡s mning in
income
ovs
t¡rc yeaß.
In Ð interiv yesterday, Mr
Smn dælared he wæld not saqificejobs md gro*th for the sake of
mindless austerity md he belioed
votffi würld undeßtand the government's decisions not to procæd with tle Family Tu Benefit
infreæe and lâx frts in 2015.
"Anyone sitting iD my seat in
the cimmstancs of this rwtrue
domgmdq that wouìd have bæn
presented to any other govemment æ well as us, would have had
to take the sort of decisions we
hâve taken to srìpportjobs and
growth," MrSwm sicl
He sid the public understood
tlìe altmative % "austsity for
auslerity's sâke" and "pain for
pâin's sake", citing Queensland
Premier Crmpbell Newman's ots
afte¡ hetook offie.
Mr Swm sid the govmment's
top pdority wæ jobs and grcwtlf
while setting a pathway back to
surplus, but it was important to
make investmenb for the future,
flrch as in [email protected] and disability
cùe, to maÏe the mtion "strcngr,
DrTaylo¡
mnomi6
prcfwrot
al Stanfold
Univmity,sid: "Debt rcduction
ædbudgetsurplusmelm
pub[c's typ¡cally
attitude to debl"
tbe
rerds
mmmi6atHanerd
Univmity, nid. "Thæ
is
væt
evidmæ sbowing sp€ndirE cuts
aæmuch lssmnomicalþ
Gtorc
budgets to surDlu$"
Cbn!í¡Ðed on Pae¿ 6
ovico, Professor Mullen and
DAN HilBIECBTS
INQUIRER PI3
Avea Sabatino,left, md her sister Siale left their home on Thumday Island to study atPrcsbylerlan I¿diæ Colleee, in Sydney's Cmydorq on an lndlgenous
lF \ôc scffi yo4 EyES
ßEAIY fl6tl1.Tflr5 ar rr il6
"The approaching peak in resouræ inv6tment the high level
of the Austmlian dollar and ongoing fiscal consoìidation are all
likeþ to weigh on growtì ove¡the
next year or s, wh il e the low leveì
of interest Etð is helping to suÊ
port dmand." the Rærve Bmk
m
.II;STINE FERRARI
The govemment has
beeD
Smnsid.
The Reswe Bank released its
quârterly æonomic update y6telday, foræasting that g¡owth
would avaage 2.75 ps cent ovtr
t¡e coning yer while unemploymflt wold stedily rise through
to the middle of nst yar, when
growth ms
eçcted
to
Ewq.
national income, or "nominal
GDP', md Eising*pæt¿tions of
a hugebudget blowout
Howwer, fo¡msts of nominal
GDP contained in the briefing
cont¡nrcd
on Pog. 6
the.ir parents never had
- a
chence to create their destiny
thmugh edumtion
W6t Austmlian mine. Avm,
and her sister Siale, Il, attend
boarding school in Sydney and
pra
all spported by sôolæhips
vided by the Australim Indigenous Eduetion Foundation.
BUsrNEss P23,31
EXCLUSIVE
yas'jail -in 2006 forthempemd
\llCIlAEL
indæmt âssault of childæn in the
1980s in South Australia
has
blmed St Barnabas headmastr
i\'lcKENN¡\
AI\IANI).\ (ì8,\RIN(ì
"romantic love"
master, who encouräged the
of children
the late Robert Waddinglon for
turninghim into a pedophile.
In a statement to one of his
a.lleged victims. Gilbst sâid Waddington ms molestbg children
himself and the Anglien priest
would absolve tle young tadrtr
of his abuse of children in the
among staff.
renf*sional,
A CLERGYMAN who allegedly
mped boys at a north Quænsland
boarding sdræl in the ì960s has
claimed he was ordered to take
female hormones by his head-
-ffi
-
Waddington Gilbert
The accouDt hâs emerged
as
the top rânks of the Anglican
church i¡ Austrâlia ârìd Britain
have bm mked tly allegations of
the covering-up of complaints
made in 1999 and 2003 âbout
Wâddington's abuse while headmâster at the boarding school in
Ravenshoe, north Queensland,
and later. when he was dean of
Mânclì6ter.
A tull investigation is being
demanded into the hendling of
the complaints by the former
Archbishop ofYork, now Lord
(David) Hope of Thornes, and
Austnlian church officiels, includingthe fomabishop of north
Quænsland, ClydeWmd.
l¡rd Hope this weeft sprewd
illnss.
Arother Victorian study, cG
authored by Profmr Mullm in
201I, found that someone with
rhizophrcnia was 13 tim6 more
Today's mounment follom
strcng campaign - backed by advertisements iD The Australian
by AJEF chief umtive and founder Andrew Penfold, who has
been lobbying to raise a further
-
Ads promoting the AIEF @use in ?he Auslroli¿n today
W¡th the Gillard govemment
set to announæ today a $22 milIion funding boost fo¡ indigenous
education, Ð additional 700-odd
indigenous students wilì get the
same chance to excel as the
regret over failing to report to
police the allegâtions about
Waddingtorì. who rcre to bmme
the heâd of education for the
church in Britain aftr swing as
school principal in Queensland
until 1970.
The extent of Waddington's aì-
leged histo¡y of abuse and the
church's inaction were exposed
after ajoint invstigation by The
Antrolian nd The Times of I¡ndon. It alsorfl aledtlatup to four
othtr stâffmembeß at St Bamabas, which opened in 1953 and
Conlínued on Poge
likely to have bæD charged with
murder than a member of the
geneÉl public.
Prcfcwr
I
fssr
"Both my pænts would have
tNQUTRER Pl&19, 22
Iabor'sargument
A STUDY of skilled migration
hæ punctura.l labo/s æntml
ùBummt in its @ckdoM on
other schools and parishes in
South Austnlia and Brisbane i¡
than
dâim€d while onJ¡ming the
scheme's vital ¡ole in lifting
æonom¡c grcwth.
The detailed suney rebuts
lmmigration Ministe¡ Bren-
The investigation
rwsì
ed
that
legations of abuæ made by
contínued
fma
oi
PaEc2
the4Yvis prcgm
by
mmtal hospitals were beingshut
and their patients released into
the mmmunity.
Ahhough that proved true for
the grat majority of patients,
strated that schizophrenia
Continucd on PogeS
dan O'Connor's claim that
more than 10,000 ofthe visas
weæ "ilìegitimate"-
ffiruffiil[ru
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a
chiatrists of his gmmtion, who
wÐted to de-stigmatise mentâl
illness during the yeam wlren
457 surveyrebuts
church officials, including Lord
Hope, failed to re.port the 1999 al-
now
wæ not more violent had been
strongly promoted by psy-
dosed, mid-tem, in 1990, aæ facing allegations of serual abuse
while at the schæl or have been
mnvicted on drild sex offen$ at
lattryaÉ
M ullen,
meritus at Monash Univeßity in Melbourne, said the
belief that mentally ill peopìe
Sabatinß
Accused headmaster turned me into pedophile: convicted cleric
Fomer Anglien brct¡er Peter
Gilbert
sentenced to seven
fem tobtrome violenl notthe
goto univeE¡ty but coming to PLC
has opened up so mmy more op-
a
16,
mmmunity. Even those patients
with no rmrdedhistory ofrubstance abuse were three times
more prcne to vioìflce, contndicting the vim that dngs or alcohol euse schizophrenie suf-
schælI would havestiü mnted to
portunitiæ."
While their pa¡ents work in the
their l3-year-old brother, Kemaea, boa¡ds at shæl in Perth
MoRE REPoRTS P6
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coMMENTARY P2O
EDfToRIAL P2I
"Regardlæs ofwhee I went to
THE Sâbatino child¡m have bæn
afforded the kind of opportunity
exam-
than members of tbe general
ìoved to have gone to univeNity,"
given this opporAva said. "I
tunity and now I can fulfil that
r'^'rRlcr A K,\ lì\' Ilr,^S
rsflrclìeß
ined the rerds of 4168 shimphreniâ pat¡mts in victoria and
concluded they wce nearly five
tim6 more likely to have bæn
found guilty of a violent offflæ
Funds secure lifetime of opportunity
said.
mining sources of gowth," Mr
three other
*holaship
d¡em.
waming of very weak growth in
labotu-intensive md næded
thing we are doing: to ensure a
smooth tmnsition frcm miningdriven rcurc of growt¡ to non-
mt
cctlythmtaxircto
policies that would stimu¡ate
Et6
ensic psychiatric sewics, sâys
recent rsearch has debunked
the widely promoted beìief that
mmtally ill people are Do more
violmt than the r6t of the mmmunity
a vitrpoint be once
helped to spresd.
paper in tlìe jourIn a
nal Acta Psych¡¿trico Scondin-
DrAlsina, aprofmrof
wtr
"It's the logic behind every-
Deadly delusions
Eumpeandrommended
spending cuts ¡obmsl mnomic
mure
growth irì the non-m ining sector.
This mt¡e logicbehind lifting
eduetion standards Ðd onducting lxal policy in such a wîy æ to
Ieave ræm for the Rswe Bank
to ot interEt
INSIDE
gmwthandrhmpublic
budgetstosrpl$.
sma¡termd faiæ¡".
He said the nation fâced the
challenge of moving from an
invesùnent boom in t}le
sector to an export surge that
cantly more prone to violence,
prompting the autho¡ of a nevv
study to c¿ll on his pæß to stop
"fudging" research and
doMplaying tìe risks posed by
some mentally ill people living in
the ÕmmunityPaul Mullen, fomer head of
the Victorian govemmmt's for-
have slamed
Wayne Swan's argument ¡hat
folffitsgo,ren()med
the next
PEOPLE with schizophrenia
have bæn found to be signifi-
snomisb
Austrolíon, shows continuing
ls
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B¡endm O'Comor mnounced
on Tusday that part of the
æmote Wickhm Point fâcility,
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Opposition
Treasury
I¡ol
Wslem Austmliabadbæn
¡eonfi gured to hold family
spokesman
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calls for a review'
groups had already
been moved into the revamped
"dternative place of detmtion"
in
women, children
and families have
bæn moved to
tlìe Curtin detentioD
mtre.
Thetmnsfercomæ aftsMr
O'Connor conltrmed family
groups would be releaæd into the
comunity
on strict "noadvantage" bridging viss that
deny asylum-sækeru the right to
work and fo¡e them to fmd for
themselves in the ommunity on
a
welfarepaymentlessthmt¡e
Newstart Allowance- â move
which Figgered sme unresl
within labols badibench.
Therelomtiom came as NSW
Polic confimedtwo Sri Iånkan
asyltm-sækæ on bridging visro
in
develope{"he sid.
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They identify Bishop Wilson
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and the forme¡ Bishop of
Ma¡tland-Newcastle,
INQUIRER IJ-¿
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EDITORIALS
Phìl.ip Wilson. is one of several
this investigation, ând list two
other priðts, Brian Luru and Allil Hart, as "peßons ofinterðt".
senior Cathoìic clerics investigated by NSWpolice for allegedly
conæâling the pedophiìe crimes
of a priest, according to documents tendered to â state inquiry.
lDternalpolice dooments,tende¡ed to the NSW special com-
the crimes of serial pedophile
pri6t Denis McA.linden.
21
ichael
Mâlone, æ amongthe subjects of
allegations thet clergy mnæaled
sPoRT3s-{2
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THE Archbishop of Adelaide,
mission of inquiry into child
abuse, sâid Strike Force Lantle
was [omed in 2010 to invstigate
CHRIS KENNY P22
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al 8.30am
cidents
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rej ected our m lìs for a reviw of
the scheme, for reporting
requiments for bridgin g visa
holdeßto b€ putin plâce, for â
bebaviour code to be established
for those relerced írìto the
communþ and for appropriate
a commodation sta n dards to be
r,ÀUREN
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Lu6
¡s
the geneml sec-
retary ofthe Aust¡alian Catholic
Bishops ConfeJence, while Monsignor Hart is a par¡sh priest in
Nfl€stÌe "Ìt.. .hæbæn alleged
that in 1995 members of the
Maitland-Newcastle Dioctre of
the Catholic Church became
aware of serious âllegations of
sexual abuse on children by oneof
its priests, Fathe¡ Demis McAlin-
den (now deceased) and thâttbey
fail ed to re æ¡t that informati on to
police," the dooments state.
McAlindm, who died in 2005.
jsthoughtto have âbused child¡en
over four dæades, the inquiry has
heard. Commissioner Margaret
Cumeen SC said he had been de
scriìæd by clergy as a "predator"
who should have bæn dealt with
solicitor contacted poìice and
"wanted to know who wâs
investigating allegations of ân
alleged cover-up involving his dient". At that time, I nspector Jacob
wrcte. "T understand. . . tàere isno
prcpect (sic) ofany ciminal investigation", âlthough this email predats those other dmmmts tendered to theinquiry.
The ínquiry heard one ofthe
NSW Police Force's mosl experimced detectivs, Paul Jacob, ms
assigned to Strike Force Låntle.
A May2010 email frcm Detætive lnspector Jâcob, tendered in
evidence, said Bishop Wilson's
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pnctice of the Austr¿lim Prss Councù lf you
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the standards may have
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FORMÊR Angl¡can church omciels bâve admiBed theybelieved a
former school headmaster had
abused children ât a north
Queensland boarding school,
despite telling a victim during
Atkinson, now 59, that Waddington had denied the allegåtionsild
his claims were "not proven"
Ð intemâl invõtiSation.
Mr Atkinson made his first
not prcven.
For more tlrm six yam, Anglican officials dismissed the âlleg-
rvhen Wadcompla¡nt ¡n 1999
dbgton was living ín retùement
sexully abusedbetwæn
wpmscounciLoryau
l'on. senior church officials in
England and Australia told M¡
despite
1964
and
1968 by the Reverend Robert
Waddington, the fomer heâd-
Forfurther infomation sæ
school in Ravenshoe, on the
Atherton Tablelands.
ln doomenis ând lefters obtained by The Weekend Aùs¡ra-
mediâtion over a compensâtion
payout that his allegarions were
ations of QueenslÐd pensioner
Bim Atki¡son thât he had been
you mayapprcach Tï¿Austrolion iÈelf o¡
contact the council by ema il ât
[email protected] or by phone
(02) 92611930.
master of St Bâmnabæ bouding
A,\1¡\Nl)l Gll \lìlNC
by
NssFrB Um¡H 2m &rilw¡y Tñcc Mib Enl,Srdh
(¡¡.qrhnd NeMFF È/ L¡mnsl orCËk rDd Llrbn rodi,
^uùrl¡¡:Fid
Mudfre,
fûù
Poee
meet the lìead of Australia's
-
in York
- but dropped the case
afterbeingtold tìe forms schæl
principal was near dath aft er surgery for thmat cans. Waddington did not dieuntil2007.
ln 2004. Mr Atkinson refiled
However, the diocese pressed
Mr Atkinson into amediation and
from ourt action.
I I then attempted to red uæ Mr
his complaint, wilh church officials telling him the allegations
were "not proven" and did not
wùmt mother investigation.
But the fomer managerof the
away
north Quænsland diæese, Nancy
financial settlement, telliDg him:
Gassin, wlìo was involved in
hândl¡ng the complaints and
mediation for compensation, said
she had believedMrAtkinson was
abused by
Waddington.
Ms Gæsin,whoms alsoacting
director of profðs¡onal standards
in 2005, when Mr Atkinson was
given a $75,000 ex-gratia payment, said although the diæse's
profæsional staldards æmmittee
was told Waddington hâd not
âdmitted the alìegâtions, they
beliqed Mr Atkinson's claim.
Atkinson's expectations for
a
"As you know, the Anglican
Church of north Queensland is
not wealthy, did not have insurance cover in the relevant
period ând must statethat unrealist¡c exptrtâtions wilJ re you disappointed."
Ms Gassin sa¡d that to her
knowìedge the diocese was not
aware of a 2003 omplaint against
Waddington made in Mandrester
by the family of choirboy Eli
alleged hehad
been abused for sweral yeæ
War{ now39, who
Anglimn church, Phillip Aspinall.
on Monday overthe allegarions.
The allegations are being re
feftd by the [email protected] Church to
the federal royal commission into
child abuse.
Bishop Ray, who mnñmed on
Thursday that the St Barnâbas
school hles were missing
sus-
pected ofbeing dumped -into a
"disu*d well or tin mine shaft" in
the district-sid a letlerwould be
read out at massff across nortlì
Quænsland this wækend pleading forvictims orw¡tn6s6 to rcntact the church or poliæ.
"We Mnt people to come forwand, and we will co-opemte fully
with the investigations," Bishop
Ray
e¡d.
G¡lbert, wlìo was releæd from
2010, is amonß the fomtr
jail in
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not represented during yesterday's hearbg, although it is expected he will appea¡ at a later
stage of the
inquiry.
a "semí-transveslite", growinEi
brests Ðd developing alì attrac-
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North Quænsland bishop Bill
Ray, who tæk over the dioceæ in
2007, yesterday said he would
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ât 8.30am
the inquiry by the ommander of
the NSWSq Cúms Squati.John
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Strike Force I¿ntle had now
earlier.
Editor-in-Cbief Chris Mitchell
Edltor, I'ie
Treasury
spokeffimn
Police probed clergy cover-ups
He said the alleged assault
followed a n eulier incid ent in
Febnrary,and called on laborto
outline steÞs itwastakingto
Þrflent further
assistant
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flatly rejected our
med409 women, child¡m
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aboutan hououtof Dryin, and
Curtin delention æntre in
confi
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shopping mtre in Pffiamatta.
Themen, aged 47 md20, are
du e to âpIFù in Pa ranatta
Court on June26.
Mr O'Connor's omce didnot
mmmenton the mâtter
yesterday but oppGition
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were charged over an aìleged
indæent assâult of two women
and a l4-year-old girl at a
workrights
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he complained
of having sexual thoughts about
womfl.
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He says Waddington had told
him the drug would "control his
libido". Insteâd he wff tumedinto
1o
tion for his young male students.
"Prior tojoining St Bamabas, I
dren . . . now they were t¡e cenbe
of my life," he wote. "He misled
me about the dangers and propriety of romantic love for children whiìe being in a position of
spcial power and influence.
"He encruraged and facilitated
my romant¡c love for children
directly and indirectly throuEih
¡deology, through literarure, by
example and tbrough specìfic
guidmæand adviæinresponseto
my conæms."
Gilbert. who was 2l wben he
moved from Adelaide to Ravenshæ, was peNuded by Waddington to join tbe Bush Brotherhæd
ofSt Bamabas as a postulant for a
year, which required him to remain celibate. In his sæond year,
Gilbert told Waddington he was
struggling with celibacy, confsædhis attmction to women and
æked to be released him from his
vows. Waddington refu sed.
A few months later Gilbert
Waddington agâin to be rÈ
lesed frcm his vows.
asked
This time, Waddington told
him the.re was a med¡mtion that
could remove his libido and the
headmaster made an appointment
for him with a doctor who allegedly supplied him with stilb$hol.
Waddington ild the doctor assured Gilbert the medimtion was
lìot a sex hormone and that it
would not "feminise" him
A
months later, Glbert bÈ
gan to feel sexually attracted to
bo)s in his clasæs. He reported his
attmction to boys to Waddington,
fil
who told him: "Oh, doD't wotry
about lhat. Thât !s perfectly
normal uound here."
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POUTCAL CORRESPONDENT
RETAILERS will seek to use
Tony Abbott's proposed workplace changes to extend their
trading boure without paying
peDalty rates to employees,
prompting union lead6 to wam
that workers faced a "race to
the bottom" under a Coalition
govmment.
The
Austaliu
RetaileF As-
sociation said it hoped the
Coelition's promisd changs to
the FâirWork Actwould allw
mployeß to strike more deals
with i¡dividual employees over
tlehmntleyworked
The association's exeetive
d.i¡ector, Russell Zimmerman,
used the mple of a workerwho
wÐted to staÍ work efts 9am to
allow tlm to drop their childm
atsdrml
WAYNE Smnwill stmta
lGy€ùplrn lodrydet il¡qg hw
tåborwiltpeyfnits
(Ðmersûompmmison
educadon and Dimbillt5f:re æ
part of a logh prcele'tion
budgetrùsÎâ16promisd
it's beneficial," he
sitl
"It's got
to be equitable and fâir tô the
oplcyæ"
Opposition workplace rela-
tions spokesman Eric Abetz,
shaL¡bormto
gmmtin2ll07.
b€r ddmliscdbypoor
oplnlmpolli¡gand tbeprospæt
of a ¡ough budgct mly fdrr
lD¿
møtùsbefæ eftdenl
elcctloo
Tlrcgdmmthasalñâdy
ïl perst
f,aEged a
05 peæntagc polnt
I¡fr ¡n the M¿diarc leYy to
pard¡lly
fu nd
Di$bitityCsrc
thlùy Diè2015,[email protected]
and$z3hn in winç fr.omthc
terüary s€ctortomrds the
wil
edúcadoD
"I'onlglrf s [email protected] show
be 22
peræntbiggstbân
ñnùci¡l
ouÞachgeerymaic
befoæ tbe global
Efoß
Buts thegrycmotsælß
Gtsts,
ConfíNed
on Poge
4
Tnine
Gal W¡terhous haves tbe stewards'
edv¡mcd cconomy," he*1116.
Butwiththcgmt's
folmb frlom lÂstyca/s budget
MoRE REPoRTSP4-5
DENNIS SHANAIIAN [5
DAVID UREN P5
WAYNESWANPIO
s¡eD¡ñ@tlyorEßtimthg
ramue
Mrswan
fomts
fffi
by $17
blltioo"
thetasktodry of
ADVERTISING guro John Singleton and leading hoße thiner
EDIToRIALPII
Gaí Waterhouse have
edged y6terday thatthe proposal
put by MrZimmmm "could be
possible", províded the worker
m betts ofrovemll md a¡¡eed
drarged
Worþlace Relaöons Minists
Bill Shorten said ìast night the
"welâtions" from Mr Zimmrman would "smd a shíver dom
the sl)ine of wery Australian retail wrks"ACTU sæetary Dave Oliver
sid
MrZmmm's
mmmmts
showed tlle Opposition lsde/s
pmmi* last week that no workq
would be woEe ofiunda his gwmma¡t could notbe beliwetl
"Russell Zimmeman
belledt}est,"hesid.
Jæ de Bruyn, tlle nationa.l
has
s-
working hours, overtime mts,
penalty råtes, allowances and
Iave læding.
¡etary ofthe Shop Distributive Howeva, the Coalition's poland Allied Employæs Associ- icy last week suppofts a recation" said he wæ not surprised ommendation ofthe Fai¡ Work
that employeß would push to Act Hitr panel tàat eterssly
trade off penalty mts in ex- pemits æ IFA to "confer a non-
chmgeforrcstsd¡ang€s monetary benefits on an
'"follbeallowingaEæto the enployæ in cchmge for a mnbottom," he sid "Well finish on etarybmdt".
Thepanelsaidthevalueofthe
Thhdworldcond¡tions"
UndstheFairworì(Act'indi- monetary benefit traded off
vidual flexibility
arugments
canbeusedtonryamgmelts
is perfomed, sdr as
should be "relatively insignificant" and "in writing", while the
coÍtiredqwe4
rrhm wo¡Ì
Coal's been 'smash€d', says Xstrata
resourc6 sector of
a
Xsffi sid itwould
ANNAßEL HEPWORTfI
JAMIE WALKER
ONE of theworld'sbigg$t mineß
has accused state and federâl
policymaken of impsitg extn
costs and taxes on the sector,
waning that the Aust¡alia mâl
industry is b€ing'mashed" æ it
dumped a $l billion coâl qlþ¡t
tminel inQuffislmd.
ln a dæision thet was wel-
comed by envircment groups,
but drew warnings from the
mREs:lolvælN^,BMDÉYHlÆR BOOIfn¡kerTOrn WatetÙous€WSS lsg¡eda
b two ctal8rs r[rnitr8 bút d€ared ofpesing on Inform¡don
in Sydney yesterday affer pleadlng not guilty
been
the More
Joyous affeir, with bookmaker
Tom Wattrhouse instructed to
stop usirry h¡s famous râcing
hm-
ily's name to promote his gamblingbtßinest in e dnmaticday oI
err¡dence ât a st*¡erds'inquiry.
Following tetimony fiom former rugby league star Andrew
Johns, u-jodtey A.llan Robinsn
oms Eddie Hayson,
Râc¡ng NSW stewa¡ds eltrted to
cbarge Gai Waterhouse with two
drargs of failing to keq a prcper
and brothel
record of treatments adminisincluding the
tered to hoß6
Sin8letomwned - More Joyow
in her æ at her Tullæh lodge
stablcr
The bains last night pleaded
not guilty to both charges, and
names sweat it or¡t
botb the æþbmtcd
and lhc gÐnblit¡S
mthi¡¡dr
b{d tb.tr
siil
cÐlo6 lowrrd
by lùe
sÎêwrrdE
andtold tok¿Athcltr
pmfessioml dlsÞne fmm om
amùs,
Thenots¡lmmhtely
BRENT READ
multiollliomirc
mm wa{lowirg
iD to
wlth ol'ourfu I
identitieswlth Rodd stüies to
mtch.
At the head oflhe field stood
the
¡mmlaþlyE¡oomcd
Wat
rùouses,
tra¡n6cei and
lsbælcnakssonTonTbe
faElly ls nost'angErto ndng
curtmersy,
and by
da/s md
vowedto clearhcnarcwhen she
reappeas beforc the inquiry on
Monday.
Mr Singleton pladêd guitty ìo
bdnging the sport ¡Dto diseFrte
md was fined $20,000, althogh
gurrlwaf dl
medla peck wlta mking h¡s
my ir¡o thc bariÎ8! Yestcrdty'
confronl¿dbythcsm
renario, Slngtcron adm¡tt¿{
tü¡t bdng s mksta¡'"tmt all tt's
cndcdrgtobc",
gmmed John Slngleton, the
EVEN by the lofty standards of
the rad¡g ind6try, thls w¡s e
wswurdedbyesiæble
advertidttg
ffi¡16ü thcway
thc lnqu¡ry, ând mtqúitÊ
dl smlles on tùewey dt, h¿ving
bæn ltlievcd of $f 5,0m by chld
srdrd RsyMFihyfor
FoffirügtyhagwErat
AodwJohß,4longùtF
Iäend of Slnghton was pcrhaps
rhe
EGt Fluctant stùtÀ. Ifhe
wæ e horsq lnrrculd h¡ve bccn
s¡d to hâvc bæn sweûrlpg uD ln
thcmúngyard-
his guilty plea, his
ÍIc told thc hqdrythaton lhc
oþlrt bcfoa the All ABd SÞf cs,
we
dls¡t9ute. Whk:h
t¡c pflalty
was lat6 rcduc€d to
$15,[email protected] afler omideration was
givcn to his s€rvioes to tring and
his
"prior good chæcta".
"We stil.l belioe it was an
prcpriate penalty given the
ap
agn-
of the matteE wæ s tr¡Þ
licly aired; we fæl a fine of
wtion
$20,000 was appropriate," said
chief stmard Ray Mrwihy. "lt's
ctrtainþ a hcfryfrc,butBiven Mr
Singlcton's period in the irdustry,
sop work
the Baladava Island tminal
m
to
and
uffitable invdtment and policy
mvircnmat in Austsali¿
"Any daim tbat big mining
export coal from the state's mmpani6don'tcont¡ibutetothe
Bolven md Sumt bæins because nation's economic wellbeing is
of poor market conditions, concerns about the medium-tem
oudmk for the industry, sc6s
port cpacity in Queensland md
limitations oD ship?ing
Irst night, [email protected] Xstãta's
head of global coal æsets, Peter
Frqberg; sid a "signifienf'portion of the Australian oal industry was los-making æd that as
compmi6 qrt @sb 'æ a mâtts
of sunival" they mnfrcnted an
misleadi4 and is a disseruie to
flsy Awtmlian erÞloyed in or
connected to the sector," Mr
Freybery said. "lnstead ofnpporting one of Austmlia's lârg6t
erport industries, policymâÌd at
both a state
ud
Church knew clergyman was a risk
EXCLUS
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llf lClf AEL lllcKENN.{
texs
and other burdens at a tine
codí¡@d on Pog.6
GRAHAM LIoYD
m
Fomer Churc}l of Englândin-
AM,\NDA CEARINC
vestigator Rây Monis says he
AU STRALIAN church oficials
frcm the I960s and 80s
-against
Robat Waddingtor He
sglt it to north Que€nsland die
cae ofircials, who were at the
time involved in mediation with
knew of child*q allegatioß in
Britain againsl a smior clergl¡m whm tåey puhed a victim
into accepting â compensation
prepared a [email protected] rcport about allegåtioN in Britâin ând Austmlia
SYDNEY Peece Foundation
the Australian victim over his
claim that }t ws abüs€dwækly
by Waddington between 1964
and 1968, whowæ hadmastúof
St Bamâbas [email protected] school in
Ravmhoe, southwst of Caims.
Doo¡mfltsând
difficoG
I¡ndon Hmtion on Combating Anti-Semitism, calling tbe
that by 25 pn
ræId
fine."
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ooMPIITERS 27-æ
Gillard for signing the London
Dæìantion on Combating AntiSem¡tism, calling the gesture
"childish, thoughtlæs but eæily
populisf'.
PrcfmrRsisonthestaffof
Libscallfor
bushfire inquiry
togeths
SOUTH Aust¡alia's Libeml
opposition will move for a
column Hestinitfor20
minut6, thtr the chüdren took
tums. Thomâs and two other
tied
destmyed a house md two sheds
ædroedmorethan 600ha of
bushlanrL The fire, which b€gan
ín
at t]ìe time. One father
nylon hammock to atræ
æda23m claynmnrybrick
parlimentary inquþ into the
Cherryvüe bushfir€, whidt
Tlìußday
a
unsmonably
m weather a-fter a printe
bum-ofi in the Adelaide Hillq
was containedby tìe Coutry
Fire Service on Saturday. No
ms requircd forthe bumofi, which ccu¡red l0 days aftr
pmit
themdof thefire dmgsffio[
Qu6tions h¿vebmraised
about the dep¡oymmt of asiâl
wterbombffi.which wænot
children sat in the halmæk
togeths. Their mmbined weight
wtr just 38kg, but witlin 30
smnds
the olumn sepanted
and collapsed on to the
hmmmlq MsSmitìsid.
mll,mms notreinforced bya
galvanisd steel rod orplate,
tìough botl wæ in deignplans.
The inqr:st
cmtinus.
NTbudgetwill
'slash andbu¡n'
wænotalm)sthearwr.
TllENortàm Tmitory
govmmmt is preùing to hmd
'TheF's
dom
an
äircrâft, that
urbÐ myt¡ about
ailffift æ tÌ¡e silver
bulletmdtheyputfi res out. .
buttle fiEñghtffi on the gmund
a¡e the on e9 that put @t firñ," he
toldABCndio.
D€ath unit"^'as
notbuilt to cude'
FAMILYholidey onW6tm
AustÉliã's Rottn6t lslud ended
in tmgedy in October2009whm
aolum holding up ahammæk
i n å unit split into lhre pieces,
msb.ing athre-yæ-old boy to
deetll An inquest hæ hmld that
A
theunitbuilt
in 1974,
didnot
odc
mmply with WÂ building
ædmnotlxedduring
a
Èishmenl in 2006. Melâde
Smit¡, æureel asisting tle
inquSt into the deth of Thomæ
refu
Michaet Bræier, sid fær
families wæ holidaying
ereüed æ lslamic gmup's
lætæ thetre bookingform
hæ
dinter-falth"
smt thal was to be
held on campuslåiswækmd.
wivæity
Tï¿ ,4ust¡oliou hæ obtained
ore ofthe lett6 seît to
sinæ at least2(ru5.
holdm
wob "J6us
mentârian to sign the London
civis ruriolum forboth
A.nb trhml studútsThe ente cited its spport for
the Boycott, Divestment aDd
a
Sanctions movement which ex-
piicitly equates lsrael with
apartheid-eÉ South Afria
ì¿stmonth the Prime Ministfl
became
tle first Austnlial pulia-
Dælamtíon "This declamtion re
minds us that combating antiSmitism is u active prcc6s, not
a passive one," she said. "lt demands vigilance. It means remai¡ing alert to ntr vehides by
which hat¡ed and social poison
ChanællorGlyn Davlds oñcc
s¡t uf, the bac* of the
theats€,æ IREAaDdother
Mmlim groups do witb womn"
they would not be allowed to W
thê Univm¡ty of Me{boume
ø
be
sprod."
Prcfessor Rees originâlly mâde
his comments in an email responding to comments made by
opposition frontbencher Christopher þnewho he âttâdcd the
BDS movemmt on Friday.
"Activim, boycotts and mme
tim6 sndioß (mpâitns æn't
æti-Semitigbut when you
target individual businesses bemme they æJwish, it is dmrly
always
haodsofttlm asqgpsUng
that npe hãs awontr's f¡ull
becarcc of theway she dmed,
IREA dm¡ll ofthæthi¡¿s
'lt is qdte unmen¡blê th¡t
Davis by m aedcmlc
w¡th oncems about the
bmki ngs ¡rcticy follow¡ng Tle
Aostr¿lion's trDort læt mmth of
g€nd€rsegEgåilon atæents
ûo
Profeu
who dc{í¡ed tobe narned. "lfa
wbi¡esuplÐtdstgloup told
blacks mdAsi¡m that thry must
plmned
from the only Isneli aødmic to
rcte
the
aedemirs and omunity
mmber ontacted Vie
qt¡em¡st mtüft o[IREÀ
The unlveßily ls Ev¡ewlng lts
in the Blble and the Kom", ln
the universít¡rs Coplmd Thealre
Jflish md
toøæl
bmkingms madeaîasæml
ThelslmicResæhand
EdMt¡onalAedmy had
the Univeßity ofsydneyt ontG
ve6ial Centre for Pæ and Conflict Studis, which lâst yar denied â requst for co-opemtion
calllng for the mputatim of
ÞyIREAand
th€ Universlty of MGIbome
shæld prcvlde
a
publlcplaúom
fo¿ andthæbyimplicitþ
mdoæ,agmuplikelRE 4."
læture
PosteÉatthe Melboume
mfemædesignc{ todarup
"mimncrDtlore" about Isl¡m
indudedorc mtitled'H[ah A
facillties," the aedemicwrote,
solution for Rape".
n¡cÚ¡"¡ÀfÞ{DAr¡
"Nmwoulduyothagmup
anti-Semitic," Mr Pyne said in a
from this kind of ânti-Semitic
statement on the declâretion,
mpaign-"
poi nti ng to BDS activity at
Profssor Ræs dismissed his
remarks as "the usual childish,
thoughtls but 6ily porulist e
sponse" in the mail, which was
univer-
siticinNSW.
"It ìs sd t¡at 70 y6 afrer the
second world wer and the
discovery of the Holæust we ile
still having to defad the right of
Jewish people to live in their
Jewish homeland in Ismel free
obtåined by 1¡¿.Austml¡bn. "Jus
tice for the Palestinians and indeed security for lmlis dænc
more than pÌedieble'heppy to
Groves not allowed to defend himself
sbjccd htr to physiÉl trd vt-
SARÂII ELKS
a belt-tightmiDg budget
todây with ots to govmment
left with
$55 billion in debtby kbor.lt
hæ vowed to retum the budget to
zurplus by201&19. Ken Parish, a
mmmentator et Charles Davin
Un iversi ty, said i t would probably
bea "slæh mdbum"budget "l
think it would have to be an
austere budget gvm t¡e state of
the ddìcit md tle fact that itwill
still bein deficit attheqd of the
wices.Itsâysitffi
fotrard 6timât6," he said.l¿bor
hâs actused the govemmflt of
hiding tbe rclease on fedml
budgetday instæd oft¡e usal
firstTuesdayin May-The
govmenthæ alr rweled
spending memm induding
$20m to acr€læte land relæ
in Palmerston, $75m for a pat¡at
tmvel æsistmæ schme md
$15-6m to upgmde tedrnolos/
used to
tEck æsets md repaiß
Award recognises Kelly's balanced style
TFIEAustroh'ø's Joe Kelly hæ
won the2013WallaæB¡þm
YougAchiwaAwrd for
bal
pmsgallery.
Mr O'Shea said Dr G¡oves
sworeshe did not sign some of the
domments relied upon by the
lmdes tosell $33m ofhershsñ.
He said it wæ not'"F¿r-fetched"
to
sg
Mr
Grcvæ pmctising hd sigmture,
and often bragged that he had
forged hd name pRioEly.
Dr Grcvæ liled the sit againl
the thH lmdes and Mr G¡oves
in 2008, the
multi-million-dollar lawsuit
agaínst
dmments.
Hc sid Dr Grovæ had
same year ABC
Leaming collapsed ùnder its
him.
This mans I¡ Neve Grovæ's
allegations about t¡eir tumultuous maniage could go unchallmged in hapwdings against
ffi
FIRST EDITION NO
Dr Gmvæ is wing lenders BT
She can no longer sue Mr
becae he is a bankrupL
Despite this, the follffi dúlisteryesterday iNisted he sbould
be able to give didme md rcp-
Securities, Citibank and Citigroup for $33m, claiming they
wrongly sold ABC Leaming
to defend his reputâti,on agaißt
the "very personal" assaull
thm fi nmcial institutions
mthirelf
shæ
stood out âmong
nuÞtr
i
t
a
¡ecord
of entants. They noted
showed a cl ose attmtion to
unddtânding pubiicpolicy and
dflelopingnrys angl6 in a
møingfr:lmy.
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never signed or did nol k¡ow
mough about
Bmister Patrick O'Shea SC,
for Dr Grcv6, ysterday told the
Suprme Cou¡t the banks hiled
tle f¡nilciaþ
unsopbacting inde
in
ìus:rJl
l'
arÈ:s Couna;
fi
e
t ¡¡t
t.
t-¡ r ¡
get on any easy bmdwagon'appmadr of this politicim."
Asked if his ûiticims als aÞ
plied toMs Gilla¡rl,
uponded "of oum". "The resort
hof6srRs
to chargs of anti-Semitism regarding the world-wide qiticisms
of the intemationâl¡y illegal polici6 of the govemmmt of lsmd is
m ageold tæhnique to stifle my
citicim of blatant humm rights
abues," he sa¡d.
Mr ryne said: "It is disappointing that Professor Ræs is the dirwtor oftle Sydnry Peæ Foundâtion and yet elso a flpporter of
the BDS mvment that reks to
dele8itimise Israel, targets Jewish
busincs and prohibits a helthy
fllturâl exchânge betwæn univesitiæ and in m doing damaga
thepffip(tsforp€e"
Professor Ræs declined to
comment yestrday, saying he
had jwt ¡etumed from oversss
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I
At the md of the dayJong hãrcentnl question ofthe inquiry
who told whât to whom
about the fitnGs of More Joyos
i¡ the )ead-up to the running of
the All Aged Stak6 at Randwick
on April 27
rcmained mcleu.
- weeks
After two
of publicity
over the perfomance of More
Joyous, Racing NSW stewa¡ds
were satisfied there was no evidence to suggest Tom Waterhouse had pased on my irside
loowledge thâtthæ m a prcF
Eddy Gmves, outslde the Suprcme Courtyesterdry, says he has
when the doomentation was
proc6ed. guarutæing miìlions
of dollaß in loans to Mr Grcves.
Mr O'Shea said Dr Groves
would t6tify that the paüs rela-
Whip+rackerday
asbignamessveat
ing, the
lemwithtiehom
Mr Singleton had claimed
Waterhouæ had rwealed to her
son before to the nce that the
home had problems, and Tom
Waterhouse had allegedly told
w
The fomer fætballe¡ is thm
Mr Haysn, who
wmtuellytold Mr Singlcton.
sâid to heve told
ln
a
mnd
dnma-filled day at
M¡ Haysm
tiestmrds hwing
sid
he in fact hed made his
om
inquiriG âfrertâlkingto Johm at
the fætball on mæ we md was
told by an unnamed surce the
vets had been attending More
Joyouâllwæk
Johns sâid yesterday he had
apologised to Mr Singleton for
possibly exaggemting whm he
spoke to Mr Hayþn afts drinking forto sixbffi at tbe fætball.
"l repeated the conversâtion
whiò I had wit¡ Tom, but I en-
Church
knew
principal
w¿ts a risk
Coÿinued
from
Page
I
continued to dismiss his daim
lust made in 1999
æ "not
-provm"
md mworthy-of further
invstigation
ln 2005, church officials
despite having been sent the
British rcport a yø arlis into
the sæond allegation of abuæ
involving a chorister in Men-
fi
thepuædinç
application.
Or¡tside ourt Mr Gmvð
m
tionship was an "unequal one"
ild thatwhile slìe wæ an inteilÈ
gent woman Mr Grovs was so
"controlling and domineering"
she knew nothing oftheir finan-
Conti¡ü¿d
[rcn
Page
]
tlaym.
Johßlelled thatTom
Watertore
hâd told h¡m he
cbånG of
thR
hminthemæ-More
Joyou, All TæHardmd lt'sA
Dundeel.
Cwimly,medwitb swb
appâmt iß¡de lnfomt¡on
thatwß an€gedly pmvlded
dlre't hom mcing's fißtfmily,
Jobro amtulþ Þton Morc
Joyous, on the logic thât Tom
waadudtipsten
"During theyer
(Watertrore) hæ given
gmdasnineontherugby
legm
bmthel wnerEddie
d¡dn'1 like the
orliv€ tips lhatff dmdful," he
told the inqulry.
"His tips on the nccs arc as
I am a hopel6s
sid
legal rcdress to hlswlfe's dalms
he was still hoping one of the
lmdm would ell him æ a wit-
cial situation '"Fler huóand prevmted hs from dealing with fin-
Hesidhe would dday movíng
to Canada with his new wife
mettÊrs" Mr OShm sidThe court heard Dr Groves
wodd argue ha foms husbmd
whidrwas approved yest€rdsy
ânc¡âl
n6intheæ
the
Fedml
-Ð
Cdrt-until thetrial
''ä
Johß thoughthisdâywas
overand haded for hom. He
wæwn8.
Afferúving sid€ne thåt
rpperrcd to support Johns'
væion of *ents, retiredjækery
AIlm Robinsn Etumedwlth
wbat heclaimedwrof¡sh
evlderce' md aa¡rding to hts
Chris Murphy- himsil
no stmngsto a
pEparEd to tell th"wbole trotll
la*ya,
relEck-
Howser, hedmndedJohm
andHaysnb€prent.
At theend oflhed¡y,
me
for
ffied
however, the ûalh
to
finlsh weu back in the frelÀ
not be ærtain of what I eid . . . I
m swmr on my life what Tom
said to mq but I ennot be ærtain
Ρe way t wo¡ded it to Eddie Haysn," Johns toldthe inquiry.
Later, Mr Hayson backed
Johm's venion of qentE md insisted thattwo othtrpeoplein the
mcing industry had informed him
the hose was unft ud it was on
the strmgth of that infomation
that he quizzed Mr Singleton
about the clâims.
Outside tìe haring mm, Mr
Singletoo mid he would þay the
ñmandmoveon".
"I'll look back at the All Age
Stakñ æ the rae that brcke the
back as fr æ my asffiÈ
mì's
a6on wit¡ Gai Watshdse gG.
It's over-"
While the stewards found Tom
Waterhouse had no ose to answtr to allegations of passing on
insider infomation, he wæ told
the way he "uses the family
(name)" needed to be
miwed.
Mr Mudhy said he wæ partiolarly displesed wìth tbe now
retired jockey Allan Robinson,
who had sught to give a second
veßion of flents with Johns and
Mr Haysn prffit after hâv¡ng
trlis givm vom testimony-
ONE of the lEt Ëcing idmt¡tis
charged under new NSW laws
Ìargeting comption in sport,
Robert Clement. hâs vowed to
äght charges that he doped a
hone to lix last month's TâmwonhCup.
Clement,47, a New England
traine, and a 27-year¡ld aswiate Cody MorgÐ, allegedlyfxed
Pnsian Særet's win on April 28
by "drencbing" tlte gelding
with performance-enhancing
sbstmcË
Mr Morgm is alleged to have
prcfiled from bets plac€d on the
mce a well tr reiving part of
the $40,0O0 prize æ the hoße's
cñtî9.
r
The duo ellegedly lri€d to
peat the fmud at Smday's Gunnedah Cup,
butpol¡æwæ
li¡pped
off by an informant smtching
the hombeforcthe raæ and late¡
ffitingtlEtwomn
NSW Detective Superintensaid drenching
"a mmmon practice" acffis
Ìhe NSW racing industry; it in-
dmt Ken Finch
m
volves
a tube being
forced
thrcugh a hoffi's nostrils to ad-
minister cocktails
of
performance-enhanc¡ng substanß. Known colloquially as
"milkshak6", the tEatmenb often include sodium bimrbonate,
chester. in the 1980s
pËsd
Mr Atkinson into accepting
a
$75,0OO Þaydt with the waming
tïe daims wæ daied ãd that
dim
the
mnot"wealthy".
But Mr Moris told Th¿ 7Ìm6
Wâddington and wte a
rcpo¡t Ítrhis north Queensland
@unter?a¡ts when the seond
allegations emerged âgainst
Waddington, who was headmaster of St Bemabas on the
Athe¡ton Tablelands before rehming to EnSlmd in the 1970s
and rising to bemme dean of
viiled
whidr is believed to pRent the
build-up of lactic acid in the
musclæ, allowing the bors€ to
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naspaper in london he inter-
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mentoring ofjuior jomaìists.
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debts.
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pGmted withtleaMld by
NationalslmdqWm Tnxs
with Quænslmd's Tla Coun:erMail.Walty Bmm.who died in
2006aged76, md wæ knom for
his balmced reporting and his
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suggest someone else had
signed the
Supreme Court judge Glenn
Martin ruled M¡ Grovc had no
legål right to appe¡ after be was
declared bankrupt in January,
forcing his fomer sporße to drop
isti€ted rcman ffi
pmdmtly of her thm-husband
and flm-hÐded
reporting in tìe parliâmentary
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abm md
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BANKRUPTCY has crme back
to l¡ite fomschildcaretsn Eddy
Groves. who has been refused
pmission to defend himself in
ourt ageinst his s-wife's daims
he was a physically abusive and
domineering husband suspected
of for€ing hr signåture on bmk
to etruE
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used
until Friday. CFS acting
deputy Rod Smrlford said plma
TtlE Univemlty of Melbome
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theIREA bãe
bæn addrsslng gmups at the
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maintain top spæd with minimal
"lt
is illegal to undertake that
pmctiæ within 24 homprior to â
|f
næ. it's administtr€d wit¡in a
certain psiod prior to the
it
re,
is then undetectable when the
hone is sbsequently t6te4" Mr
Finch sid. "This was an organised attempt to defmud the galeral E¡blic of NSW who may bet
pe¡tiolsne."
CIænt,
who is also charged
witl fræams ofrmcs
following a
police raid on h¡s Bendemeer
prcperty, last night denied any
rclein dmchingthehoÉ. "l m
at a rodæ (on Sunday) md they
üNted a srch mrant at my
plaæ and they fond ffi gum,"
he told Th¿ Austroli.2n "Now I've
bæn cherEed under th6e nfl
lam that I dont unde¡stand. but
I
M¡ Morris said he visited
Waddington, who ms retired, in
York and asked about claims
ebused pupils at St
Bamabas School. Waddington
denied the allegations that he
had mped boys Mr Morris sid
his answm "showed him either
to be nsive orv€ry mlolating".
The revelatioDs
- contladic'ting Austmlian drurch offcials that they wse unaware of
the British aJlegations
come
thât he
htigue.
on
Manch6tã.
mdmyingallthednrgæ"
New sections of the state's
Crimë Act,
er¡âctcd lâst
Septm-
bd. dm to sfeeuard th€ inteFity
of sport by târ8Êting pople who
fã6
just days after the Anglican
cburch in Britain amunced a
highlæl inquiry into the alle-
getions agâinst Wsddington,
who died in 2007, and the
church's 6poM to mplâinls
ovd the past 15 )eß.
The
stmt
allegêd abuse
of Waddington's
ild tìe c'hurch's
inection were revealed after a
joint invætigation by The AustrolimtdTheTimæ-
It was dimverÊd that Engl ¡sh
church officials. including the
fomo arclrÞisbop of Yorlç now
Lord (David) Hope ofThomeq
æd ænior Austrelian Anglim
at gambling. Clmmt
jail for comption,
up to 20
failed lo Epontopoliæthe alle
gations of abrc nade in 1999 by
plus en additional 19
MrAtkinsorl
chat
yffi'
yan
over
the prchibited unr€gistcEd '71
rifle and am¡nunition found at his
pmperty. M¡ Morgil fac up to
22 yeare' sail if convicted of the
cher!6 against him.
Austmliâ's Anglimn primatg
Phillip Aspinall, yeste¡day met
with north Qusslmd bishop
Bill Ray, who m notin the die
æ
at t}le
tim
ofthe mcdiatíon.
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SARÅII EI,KS
JUSTINE FEIìRARI
WHEN young primary school
principâl Nathâniel Tnin mived
at Innisfa¡l Eæt State Schml in far
nortt Quænsland two yeaß ago,
he had â tough mffige to deliver
to teachers and parents: lift your
game.
As one
LYNæN
MECHIELSEN
Students at Goondi Stâte gìchool in Queensland yesterdry
Today, lnnisfail Eâst
like
neighbouring Goondi- State
INSIDE
Our best schools revealed
EXCLUSIVE
ofthe nation's most disadvanlaged schools, where haÌf
the students are indigmous, itMs
l6-page liftout
not unusual for students at
lmisfail Eastto refuseto
feet ofT the d6k.
tâke
their
Many parents sent their chil-
School
is one of a handful of
- most disadvantaged
Australia's
Get the full tables, more
stories and a video guide
to getting the most out of
tlìe stats at our online
Your School section at
schools whose students are scoring in the top half of the nation's
results in litemc? md numemcy.
theaustralian.com.au
trolíon by tbe Grattan lDstitute
shows that âmong the 1000-odd
dren to school just to stop them
rcamingthe streets, mther than to
leâm. Aftendance wâs Iow and
amdemic r$ults were woße.
An ana)ysis of
NAPLAN
(National AssesmentPrcgffi
L¡teracy And Numemcy) results
mnducted lo¡ The Weekend Aus-
-
most disâdvântaged primary
schools in the nation,46 score
above the national average in
readi¡g, ffiiting and numemcy.
Five ofthoseschools are among
the l0 per cent most disadvanlaged primary schools in the
nation, including Goondi and
lnni$ail East.
The Weekend Austrolíon today
a sprial schools report
includs
analysing NAPLAN resÌììts to
identify the nation's topperforming rhools.
The malysis, based on mding
writing and numemcy scoffi,
pÞ
J ohnsto ne River fmm Innisfail
East Principal Arthur Sclippa has
spent two decades overseeing a
school where âødemic ffi ults are
high despite the hùdships faced
by its students md thet familis.
Mr Sclippa, [email protected], sets the bt high
fo¡ his students ând teacheß, Ðd
tbe
refuffi to accept exflsð.
Both Mr Tmin and Mr Sclippa
dismiss suggestions thei¡ results
âre â statisticâl Ðomdy or that
vids
tables of high-performing there's something in tlle water in
continucdon P¿8¿ 6
public æd private rhæls, girls',
boys' md cæducationa.l schmls,
I NQU IRER Pl3
state by state md natioDally.
Goondi StâteSchæì
ìiæacrcss
PETER vAN oNSELEN P20
FIFO camp end of the line forlocal miners
ASBESTOS PILES PRESSURE ON QUIGLEY
NBN chief
on no ice
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Mike Quigley on
notiæ that his position may not
continue unde¡ an Abbott government after a hor¡or wæk for
billion project in which it
was revealed that workers ând
the $3/.4
ßidents wre eçosed to asb6tG risks during the rcllout.
As evidence emerged of an
*odus of sior mnstn¡ction and
sâfety staff from NBN Co jn recent months, tbe opposition's
communicatÍons spokesman,
Malcolm Turnbull, reiterated
concerns about the selection of
Mr Quigley.
Although he stopped short of
saying he would appoint a new
NBN Co chief exerutive, M¡
Tumbull said: "t don't tlink (Mr
Quigley) ms the bet choice fo¡
that role g¡vm the factthathehad
never nú a leleom company or
built
a
telecommuniotions net-
work, bæn responsible for building onq hehad worked forâvmdor Certainly the perfonranæ of
Telstm and the NBN Co have
been rocked by revelations this
week that some coDtractors
THE Coalition hæ put NBN Co
chief
with Telstra and the main commuimtions unions
the NBN Co in its mnt¡nuation of
its construction project has not
bem very impmsive, hæ it7'
Communications Minister
Stephen Conrcy, whowould næd
to be conslted on my mÐagÈ
ment changes by the highpowered NBN Co board, has
given Mr Quigleyhis full support
MrTml¡ull'somments
me
the NBN Co revealed that a
contractor on the project hâd
been killed in an accident on ân
NBN work site at Kiama, near
Wollongong, south of Sydney,
and as the Gillard governmeDt
dramatically esmlåted its intervention into the asbestos exposrre iswe, with Workplaæ Re
lations Minister Bill Shorten
announcing that Labor would
convene â meeting on Monday
as
working for both organisations
have been mishândling esbestos
rcntained in Telstm pits that æ
being prepared for the National
Brcadbmd Network rclloul mising the threat oI contamination
for employm md midents nmr
the work sit6.
MrTumbulì ysterday insisted
that occupational health and
safety had to be the top priority
and declared that the Coalition's
chepe, quicker $20.4bn rcllout
would mean disturbing fewer
ucduJ
uu¡r¡
oEù!u!
JAMES CROUCHER
uu n!érv,r-
nls
communities. Although such
EXCLUSTVE
ADd oc$pational health and
efety hâve to be the top priority.
Cledy t¡at hæn't bæn lhe ee
There's plenty of blame to go
arcund, both withTelstm mdthe
NBN Co, md no doubttbeir on-
tncton."
He maintained
that
Conlinùed
M
settlements have become an enduiln g symbol of the fl y-in, ny-out
remurcæ boom in ¡emoteAustralia, rcalminm in the HunterValley have maintained tìetEdition
.t^REt) o\'vllNS
APROPOSALtobuild a empfor
1500 rsourcff industry worken
on agrioltuml lmd just u hoü's
drive from the sæond lanest city
in NSW has sparked fearsthat the
current generation of miners
might be the last to live in nearby
the
Poge 6
MoRE REPoRTS P6
INQUIRER
and Gmce,4,lives
MinerMa¡k Newion, with hlsw¡fe Michelle and daughtere Sarah,8,
struction. "Stúct complimce with
are not opæbestos safety
tional" he sid. "lt lru to happen.
PI6
of
retuminghome to theirfmiliæ
after each day's ìo ng sh i ft.
Mark Newton, wbose father
neu Singlelon and is opposed to the ideaof a FIFO emp there
tor\ 70km west of N ryøstle, will
allow mins to replae thei¡ workforce with FIFO outsiders on
l4lay shifts, ntherthm tmining
locals for the future.
He also worries the miners'
camp will irwenibly chmge the
social fabric of the tom, having
heard "horror stori6" about the
"Hort-style acomodation vil-
impact of tlìousands of lonely
FIFO workers descending on
communitis in æntml Quæns-
lage" in his home town of Single
land and Westem Austmlia.
father-inlawwere minen be
fore lrim, fears the proposed
and
"Why would thry næd to build
it in Singleton?" Mr Nryton said"I/Ve'rc not remotq we've got mining history going badi over I æntury Ðd we've got blokæ buying
hous6 in Ntr€stle bæaus it's
so close and they can drive to
work-
"Thse will be young, single
l¡loks who'll go out to the pubs
and euæ an absolute uprising in
the comunity. Theyll gel onthe
g¡og, and we all know what hap
pens then. I don't want my kids
nearthaL"
The MAC Seruicm Group prcject, slâted for e dis*d farm 3km
south of the toM ænÞe. wouldbe
equipped with dining and shopping facilities md a g¡rmnasium.
Thc mms would be contracted to
companies housing temporary
workem, and "if demand dosn't
retum, wewontbuild'.
MAC muaging dirKtor Peter
Co¡ti¡ùed on
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Banished priest's cycle of abuse stretches beyond 50 years to first posting
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ANIANDI GE,\RINC
In an alleged clrurch covu-up
Ðmning âlmosl 60 years, Wad-
dington was suddenly and unexpectedly st to a sroll schæl in
regionaì QuænslÐd in 1956 mid
claims hewasmolestingthe sn of
Ð
THE Church ofEngland banished
serial pedophile pr¡est Robert
Waddington to Aust¡alia, where
he abused children afioss a dæade, after suspicions were mised
about him molsting droirboys in
his londonparish.
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Þ.
ttsÇ
#Ël
fr¿l
!¿n,
Engìish poliüciar
Iåst month the Church of England ordercd Ð indep€ndent inquiry into the handling of allegations againstwaddington, after
a joint investigation by The Austrolion aîðThe nmes oflrndon.
But it 6n nowbe waledthat
A¡*
ry'-
rHr
/
died in 2007,
Waddington
-whohe abused stufacing allegations
the
1960s and
dents in Australiain
Engljsh choûboys in the 80s and
90s
- m
molsting children
as
soon as he joined the church in
groomed by the Cambridge
Univeßity-edueted clergyman,
who took him on holidays in
the English countryside, before
he began moìesting the then
RâyMunn
ll-yeuold.
The lât6t alìegations have
bæn made by Ray Munn,70, who
was recruited by Waddington,
ed
1953.
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"Hewasvery enning, hetreâtI ike young adults, gave us pet
mine was 'mon petite'
md. in my
beeuse-I was small
ü
names
-
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convinced my pamts that I
næded to be onfmed md would
give me oDe-on{ne lessons for
that" Mr Munn said-
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Now living in Adelaide, Mr
Munn said he believed Waddington wæ "shipp€d out" to Austmlia
afrersuspicions were mised about
the ther [email protected] choimaster.
"lt was so suddm, Waddin8too
was working ât the church, planning his next holiday to Fmnce,
and then the next thing he was
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My 20years of
failure to close
gap: Shergold
has had such profound consequences."
Dr Shergold, who among othr
EXCLUSTVE
PATRICI,\ I(ÂRVEI,i\S
roles is the chaiman of the
National Centre for Indigenous
Excellena, sid that since letiring
FORMER head of lhe Department of the Prime Minister and
from thepublic s6r'icein 2008 he
had Ëfæted on that"failure, posna.l md systmic", to ovemme
indigmms disadvantage
Cabinet Peter Shergold
has
lamented how little he achieved
for
indigoou
"Atpffitthewstsm Ðmt
Australians in his
two decades as a senior public
on l¡enefits tæ often enÈmdl the
poverty the payments are intended to emdicate," he said.
sflanL
Dr Shergold's mea olpa oms
in a forsord he mote for a collection of essays, In block ond
white: Austtolíoß oll qt the nossroad¡ published læt month.
"I look l¡ack on thøeyffi æ a
fr
itt
bettfr to sp€fld the
money on pmviding æsistanæ to
help pæple get otrbmefits?
'Surely
"Pmple
our fellow citizms
- given the chânæ to
to be
- need
take
full control of their lives.
Finally, it's âbsolutely vital that
period of failure, judged against
the aitsia of equal opportunity,
economic and social mobility,
human rights and civic responsibilities, control and empowermmt," mid Dr Shergold, who also
serued as head ofthe Aboriginãl
md Tons Shait lslmd Commis
sion md sffietary of the departments of employment, eduetim
æd multio¡ltuml âffaiÃ.
"Most of the public senants I
worked alongside did their bst.
Yet, afttr two dmds, the sle of
relative disadnntage sfftred by
indigenous Australiam ¡emained
Âs intmctable æ str. I tr think
of no failure in public policy that
FIFO camp end of the line forlocal miners
lims frcm adriwing. "Many hâve
as victims
simply bemuse they have Abor-
lmmtto sætimseive
JAMESCRNOIER
acknowledge country, or one's
Aboriginality being questioned
on the gmnds of hâving minimal
mc€st¡y,"
Northem Tenitory Indigenous Minister Alison Andersn
argued tlat classs in Aboriginel
mmmunitis næded to be tãught
in English, øthu than luguge,
so that the edumtion a child received in the Teritory would "be
as good æ in Sydney or Brisbme".
She said another chenge "to
leam by doing and carefully
evaluate t̡e rsults."
One of the book's editors, An-
see
dß
thony Dillon, a reæarche¡ from
the
Univffi ity of W6tm Sydney
who d$cribes himself as pârtAborigina.l,
mte
a chapter
¡ANES flOUCHET
make
"We Deed to
that a
ntr
FamerPeter Redgmve on hls pmp€ûywlth hlsw¡fe Dris€ana and child¡en Sam,9, and Br'.anna,ll
Con¿inùed
frcm
Poge
I
mine while retaining six diæel fit-
t6
from Papua Nfl Guina.
MAC, which opentes similar
Mccmn eid in a stãtmffiI 'The
ænstruction md murc industri6 typielly bave larye peks in
ucate pa¡ents to
approach to edF
Quffilil4
facilities ¡n
W6tem
Australia Ðd northm NSW predicts the construction could æn-
the ne€d for workers sunounding
specihc projects or developments.
We sæ grcwth opportunities for
Singleton and tle Hunter Valley,
ed
cation will involve some hard
choicð. No morc excs forchildrm misingshæ1."
tríbute
accommodation viltage if these
opportuniti$ tumed inlo a dmonstrated næd."
Mr Newton mid the 1500-unit
camp could eventually house
3000 workeß on day and night
shifrs. ßut the mmpe ûy insists "we
have nevc, and will nwer, use a
room for more than one IFßon
NrcolAs RorHwElIPl5
ANDREw PENFoLD PI5
It's a step forward: Moneghetti
ment's February report on FIFO
practices. lt found FIFO was
necffsary in some remote aras,
but it was "emding t}le livebil¡ty"
of otìer comunitie and should
be "the exæption ¡ather than the
duringtleir stay with us".
Mr Newton, who drives 30
minut$ to work sys my change
JOURNEYTO
RECOGNITION
wtw.rcognise.org.au/thcjourncy
to FlFo-friendly two-wæk shifts
would sâbotage his relationship
his yomg daughteß. He also
ru1e".
SiDgleton, populalion I6,000, is
situated in the heârtof the Hunter
Va.lley, which has a population of
fears an influx of temporary
243,200. Taking in
witì
PIA,\KERVI,\N
narùy Newcastle's population of 308,300
makes the Hunter region more
populous than TasmaDia. The
foreign workem on 457 visas, after
DowDer EDI last month sacked
106 workffi at its Boggabri
ffil-
wæk mrked by mcist
from surprising
sources, prompting public
IT wæ
a
million to the local
and smle 195 nff jobs.
$19
æonomy
AnotlrqlT/ stafrwould be needed
to nìn thevillâge.
But opponents ofthe prcpomJ,
Ied by local businesses and the
Construction Forestry Minin g
and Energ¡r Union, say the propmal makes a mmkery of parlia-
and we would only build our
dnl-
lenging the "victim" mentelity,
which kept indigenous Austra-
handwringing about where
still hadto go.
Stere Moneghett¡,left,joins thewalk ln Bdlamt, Victoda
But Stfle Moneghetti is not a
man fæed by distance Ðd fæls
the extent oI racism has been
to nise support fo¡
by the
foqs on a
overemphasised
saturation-level
l3-year-old Collingwood fan,
year. The huge public rcaction to
the lmguage direrted at Goodes
on andoff theAFLfieldhasprcm-
Eddie McGuire's King Kong galTe
and Adam Gædæ's bad wæk.
'We've progrcsed a lot furths
pted
u
uex¡rcted fms ud de
than this week hes demonstmted," Moneghetti sid yestn-
bate about mcism.
day as he led 400 pmple mund a
lakeide tmck that beas his name
in his hometom of BânaEL
"Pðple think we've taken a
step back but I âctually think it's
ænvinced me that we have come
a long My by tlìe fâct that we've
girl called Goods æ
"âpe" and Mccuire tbm flippantly s8gested the indigmms footballer be used to promote King
had
ilch
â
robust
diffsion"
ie and gloves, the Olympian
marathon runner slowed his
ùsual training pece to take the
Joumey to Ræognition mund
Lake Wendouree's 6km shoreIine. The Recognise campaign,
which started on Sunday in Mel^
boume,hæs fârtmvelledl00km
H
c
phase," he said. "Nicþ Winmar
rvas 20 years ago. Hav¡ng the
E
o
N
Contiru¿d
been some positive outcomes
from the week's events, like
A
a
Kong, have bæn described âs
tuming points similar to Nicky
Winma/s deliant lifting of his St
Kilda guemsey to show his black
skin to tâunling Collingrvmd sup
porteß.
Jmie l¡we, m Aboriginal Ballarat mÐ on the walk, said anotllr opportunity now existed to
revive disossion ând educate
aboul diveEity- "lt's a Gtalyst to
start a discussioìì for the next
Dressed for the icy Ballarat
rlrizle in skintightlegginç, bem-
is the most important thing.'l reckon it's good lhât
in
the
this is out
open æd people
are expmsing theìr opinions."
Moneghetti agreed thae had
awaren6s and eduetion
about mcism.
The incidents, in which
llyer+ld
NDE
fm
a "No Mining Camp"placard in their window
- said she
was initially op€n to the prcposl
until she was told about other
communitiæ, zuch æ Momnbeh,
where FIFO minffi have bought
I ittle from the locaì corùnun ity.
Redgrove was furious that tbe
@mp wæ slated for mnstruction
opened later this yeer.
The isue has alm spilled into
the fedeml sphere, mid a Nationals push to clâim the
of Hunter
a sat held by Labor since
st
l9l0- and currently by fomer
defenæ minister Jæl Fitzgibbon
"fm mnmedthåt the people
who would be staying in the
paddæk, I mn't erectly be in the
house to prctæt thm al night if
any of (the mines) ome k¡ocking,' sid Mr Redgrove, himself a
hundred metres behind
the runner, a young boy illustrated the point as he bounded
ahad of histæchm yelling'We
wppon the AborigilaJs!"
Mr I¡re welcomed the Reco8nise cmpaign to Ballamt with a
speech questioning what form
reconciliâtion should take and
where snstitutional lmgnition,
which has bipartisan support,
might fit aìong s¡de other challmge sudr asinproving Aboriginal health and educâtion standa¡ds. "This is defnitely the stârt
of something, but what it lmks
like atthe md,I dontknow."
frcñ
Poge
on amârginofl25ptrænt.
The state s6t of Upper Hunttr
had a l6 per cent swing to the
Coâlition âtthe 20lleltrtion. evm
before the Independent Commission Against Codption laundted
public inquiries into the sus-
læ
picious allocations of two local
coal leas6 by fomer state minerels minister lu Macdonaìd
CritiG note the underconstruction Boggabri câmp is
advertising for housekeepers,
kitchen hands and gu6t wices
Nistants to work FlFO-frimdly
rostex of 14 days on, wm days
ofr, flights not spplied.
Fifth-generation Singleton
opmentapplication, which will lrc
dæ¡ded by ajoint regional planning panel largely appointed by
theNSWgovelmenl
Shopkæper Lnuise Christensm
one of many Hidents to
rnd reporrng dirccdy ro r dÈdreted rnd diver* Board,
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. èxp.hding rnd Minlf,inin8 lrong ffiregic rcl¡lioEhi¡s wth kcy
Mmunirx orpodc, goremnr snd smilnr entcrprisi
. idmri6dDg rnd €valu{inß Èw oppotunj¡is
As a trirebly
the risk of a ¡epeat of the hosing
shortâge that hæ plâgued Single-
âppointmmt of a retiæd judge to
head its inqiry into Waddington.
tonin ¡eentyeaÉ
did Ðdhemade me fæl spcial. . .
"He would teke us oD trips
thrcugh London, showing us im-
I¡st night, the church ised a
stâtmeît æking Mr Mum to Ë
he wæ spending with children,
taking them on hol¡days and offering private tuition, which included s eduetion clases
"Aft er a while hebegm abusing
me m4 I think a few othñ But
then one kid reported it to his father, who was a politician and a
rough and tough bastard, and
mn afterWaddington was gone."
Police were not Glled and the
church in l¡ndon last night said
there was no ¡æord ofany complaint mâde against Waddington
ofrering him
rons aftmra¡d coffæ.
Munn to report any clåims to the
poliæ and statutory authorities,"
then ænvined parmts of boys in
it said.
that it would be a gmd idea if we
wæ mnfimed and offering private classð. That wæ when the
abus started, (with him) kissing
po¡tanl buildings, teì ling thei r history and taking us for tea and
port his abuse to authorit¡ð and
munslling
"We would encou¡age Mr
MrMunn sid
the then Archbishop of York
David Hope, to report complaints
of Waddington's alleged abuæ.
Last month, Lord Hope ex-
prssed his regret over failing to
report confirmed allegâtions
made in 1999 and 2003 about
196l md l97l he ms hedmaster
of St Bmbæ boârding rhool in
Waddington, who rose to beÕme
hæd of education for t¡e drurch
in Bútain. Afterbeingsent to Austmlia in 1956, hewasa chaplain at
is alleged he abused at lmst
boys thûe, and
sweml
teache6, later convicted of child
the Slade School in Wamick,
Qumsland unhil 1959. Betwm
The Church of Englmd is
pæted to next wæk amounæ the
Ravoshæ, north Quænslild.
lt
abuse.
s-
Ðd fondlingme"
Mr Munn believes the abuse
stopped when he ms on a trip in
the English countryside with
groomed is almost identical to
th6e offercd by othe vicÌimr
"He was well-educated, very
impressive and discipl¡ned but
spoke to us like young adults, he
norer spoke dom," be sid. "l wæ
mcümged tro,ioin the choir, and I
ttrthât"
spced,"hesid-
Mr Munn's
aæmt
of how he
and other choirboys
thË
mited
"After a while Waddington
thedroirwhowænot ænfimed
Waddington ând m stâying at a
loml vier's home. "I was in the
bath when he øme in and said I
næded to wash my back md to
stmd up endhe would do it. . .but
the vierrs wife trega knæking on
tlre door ud telling him to come
been
The alleged inaction mirrors
the later failure of clergymen in
Austmlia and Britain, induding
hemeforyard
to spport the victims and ensre
the truth aboutthe extmt of Waddington\ abus ffi *posed
"l wilted people to know that
the abuse began in Engtand l0
yaß before what had pwiæsly
Ray Munn, at rightofsecond ruw, ât StJohn'E B€thnal Grcen
at StJohn's in the 1950s.
a
were
oùL I tlinksheknfl.
"He nflertouched me agâin af-
Le
lhaL
communilyand is judged
One
on lts abitity lo make a dlfference
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Muswellbrook, north of Singleton,whichhas not goreahea¿
Mr McCann said the larger
Singleton proposal wmld reduæ
luceme and cattìe famer Peter
-
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tor ovû 1,000 peopl. with
clcvÈloPlnenr?l daabillrt6 rnct Êmpl(rys over 150 *¡lI Cuftnt *nkes
rncludc open cnlplo!ment. supponerl emplolmcn!, community rnclusjon
and shqrl basc¡l rmnsi¡ion Âs a rcsuh ol ùc perding ß(rmrnt o[ rhe
indrdbcnr, the opporFìniry ests [t'r r ralues bascl pNlc$þnîl rc tuke
a sub6Éndal conrriburion !o rhc incL$ion o[lEople wirh dcvclopmenul
db¿bilitics wilhin the South Astnli3n community.
M
SNoJ
MAC has already
apprcval for a 24Gmit village at
G
Bårtum tnc is ¡ ledi¡g proddcr ot*dc6
CoNsEñ6
of â lot of noi* shæting vmin,
like foxæ, at night. And you k¡ow
th6e John Dære tmctors? You
mn hanthem a mile off. So hov/s
itgoingto work?"
and Boggabri."
Both Mr Fitzgibbon and his
Nationals opponent Michael
Johnsm have opposed t¡e dseÌ-
w¡LLYOUJOTN US?
rhe
fomer miner.
"Add to that we're spreading
turkey manu¡e and chicken
mmureall ovs, and I make a hell
theirjobs." she sid.
Mr Mccmn's stateEent said:
"Our villages bring communily
ben€fits and opportunitie indudin8jobs and busin$ for loeJ su¡
pliers, as demonstrated by our
existing NSWvillagm in Nanabri
being ænt to Australia," he said.
"Pæple were getting suspicious
âbout him, about how much time
INQUIRER PIg
CHIEF EXECUTIVE
OFFICER
. proMlng
ytr-old son.
"lf l'm down at night on the
camps wouldn't necessarily be
spmding money in tom, and the
impact of that is pðple will
I
There
Bî*d in
on a disusedfmingblæk metc
from his home, whæ he js Eising
his I l-yarc¡d daughter Ðd ninÈ
R
SULTIN
Él *r*ur"
ßeneration could be the last ln the arcâ
displey
onvffition
gmtr
flEent
Banished priest's cycle of abuse stretches to first post
SrU^RTM.EVOY
Austmlia stood and how far we
Hunte Valley miners in the l960s. Thse are fears
the
long-âmited Hunter EqlHffiy
is prcjected to ot the 7o-minute
drive even further when it is
comments
a refændum
motion ræognising Aboriginal
and Tom Stnit lslmder people
in the Constitution within two
Chrlstenm at hershop in Singleton
or trivial, such as failure to
rhæls nomal"would be to
stop holding events on school
daysthattake kids amy.
"No more sports events that go
on for days. To say nothing of
funemls for wæks. Some people
say tìse events ùe traditional,
butl havemydNbts abGtthal . .
politica.l risk avesion or administmtive eution
not stand in
theway of public ud sæial inno
vation. Tlere are rcsions when
we should 'just do if.
"We need to uplore our appetite for risk, triâI ntr âpp¡oec¡6,
I¡ul*
iginal mcetry," DrDillon sid.
"Some choose to see thenselvs æ victim for reæns that I
would consider relatively minor
quìincd and exlcricncel prctcssohrl, you wiìl hñe thc
lÉtegic tæk.
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