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.
- Victoria has gone into a seven day lockdown from midnight Thursday as the state tries to contain an escalating Covid-19 outbreak.
- 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.
- Hot spots and how communicated with Territorians
- 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.
- 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.
- BDR Upgrade - Software upgrade due to issues with new drivers lisences
- 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: