RCB


Further to our last Update I can report that the Tribunal is nearing the Hearing date. You can see The Tribunal’s terms of reference here and submissions to date here. Of specific interest is the Defence Submission dated 6 July Submission 096 – Chief of the Defence Force on behalf of Defence but not presented publicly until 31 July and our Response dated 23 […]

It’s been four months since we made our last RCB submission for review to the Minister for Defence Personnel, Andrew Gee, which was supported by the Ethicos Report written by Howard Whitton a noted authority on governance probity and law making. Howard’s examination of the evidence (which includes 210 past secret and 16 past top-secret documents) related to the Government’s RCB […]

Arising from the Tribunal’s decision and findings we took the following actions: Applied to the Federal Court to seek extension to the 28 days in which to make application for our case. Wrote to Minister Chester to approve hazardous Service. After detailed analysis of various factors including legal jurisdiction and financial we decided to withdraw from any […]

Ray Fulcher’s appeal was heard on the 26th March 2020 by telephone We are disappointed DHAAT did not find warlike service yet we are buoyed by their finding that RCB service was NOT peacetime but hazardous. Read the full text of the Tribunal’s Decision here The Tribunal decision is appealable in the Federal Court within 28 […]