Former Logan chief’s dismissal claim thrown out

Queensland’s Industrial Relations Commission has thrown out an attempt by former Logan council chief executive Sharon Kelsey to have her high-profile 2018 sacking overturned in a decision that outlined a “toxic environment” within the local government.

That vote ultimately resulted in the Crime and Corruption Commission arresting seven councillors and the then-mayor on fraud charges, which were dropped this month, and the dismissal of the entire council.

Sharon Kelsey was appointed as chief executive in June 2017 after a period of instability in the role.Credit:Alexandra Weaver

The new decision, previously suppressed by the tribunal to avoid impacting any trial for those charges, has reignited calls from the Local Government…

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