I will now turn briefly to the Auditor General’s ramblings. Which did not cover the privacy issues. I use the term ramblings as this report is about as nonsensical as the 100 page KPMG report in buzz words and drama. It does though report on Bronwyn Pullar’s nagging to death of Board Member John McCliskie in September 2011.
Hear the poor man’s pain getting an ear bashing as you read the report.
McCliskie does not remember much about Pullar such as being on the verge of employing her in a contract role. He even tries to fob her off to a claims person.
Pullar, just as she was with Nick Smith was having none of it. I respect you, I would like to meet you, ignoring that she doesn’t respect his position at all. Just like Nick Smith’s or she never would have asked.
McCliskie then fobbed Pullar off on to John Judge who disapproved of meeting Pullar in the first place.
Pullar didn’t let them get off without yet another ear-bashing, sending an email to McCliskie advising ACC that they could obviously could do with her advice, you know, despite being unfit to work full-time and having had a payout from one insurance policy for what, almost a decade?
Really? A total piece of work.
Also this report brings out that Pullar tried to get Nick Smith to intervene in her case with action.
Despite Andrew Little’s poisonous assertions the Auditor General found NO influence that Pullar was after from the Board was actually applied in her favour.
So despite Pullar’s name-dropping, exercising her mouth and muscle and using the National Party extensively the Auditor General’s report has actually CLEARED the Board and the Nick Smith of influencing her claim.
Andrew Little’s year will only get worse from here.