The Week That Was - 28 May 2021

Katie Woolf's The Week That Was panel included Health Minister Natasha Files, Deputy Opposition Leader Gerard Maley, Independent for Araluen Robyn Lambley and Sky News Matt Cunningham.

Topics Covered:

  1. Victoria has gone into a seven day lockdown from midnight Thursday as the state tries to contain an escalating Covid-19 outbreak.
  2. Thousands of people in the Territory have been ordered into self-isolation after recently arriving from Victoria as the troubled state plunges into its fourth lockdown.
  3. Hot spots and how communicated with Territorians
  4. ICAC Commissioner - THE Commissioner of the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption is seeking legal advice after wrongly outing two people after failing to check his junk mail.
  5. Treaty Commissioner Mick Dodson -  will remain in his $290,000-a-year taxpayer funded job for at least two more weeks after taking sick leave.
  6. BDR Upgrade - Software upgrade due to issues with new drivers lisences
  7. Chief Minister and team in Alice Springs - there has been a lot of discussion in recent months about the chief minister not heading to the red centre, but this week he spent a number of days there.

Listen to the full chat here: