NEWS HR

The Board of the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory have a s.372 (Application to deal with other contravention disputes) issue to resolve before Commissioner Simpson in Chambers in Brisbane (Simpson).

The Wolf and I (James Hospitality Investments) will contest a s.365 (Application to deal with contraventions involving dismissal) in front of Fair Work Deputy President Young in Chambers in Victoria (Sternberg).

A man is in custody after allegedly threatening to burn down a Queenstown backpacker hostel this morning. The manager of Flaming Kiwi Backpackers called police to say he had a “distressed man with a petrol can” threatening to burn down the Robins Rd hostel, Sergeant Chris Brooks said. The manager did a good job of talking the man out of carrying out the threat, Sgt Brooks said.

Velocity Frequent Flyer (Virgin Australia Group) will face a s.372 (Application to deal with other contravention disputes) before Fair Work Commissioner Cambridge in Conference Room A in Brisbane (Rahmani).

YMCA Victoria has announced the appointment of Carolyn Morris as its new Chief Executive.

An application by Metro Trains Melbourne Pty Ltd (s.240 – Application to deal with a bargaining dispute) will be reviewed by Commissioner McKinnon in Court 8 and Conference Room F – Level 6 in Melbourne.

Skytrans owner and aviation expert Peter Collings has announced the appointment of Stua Dechan as the business’ new chief executive officer, replacing Michael Thinee in the role.

The turf continues to fly at the Surfers Paradise bowls club with the club losing its second bar manager in less than a year. Ex-real estate agent Sharon Coghill left her position as bar manager at Southport Bowls Club last week.