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Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Volume 39, No. 1, March 1, 1976

Access to Facts

Access to Facts

Even getting access to the motions passed at that executive meeting proved quite a task for there was no record of them in the minutes.

While the politics continued the real facts slipped further and further away. Why was Mrs Goodall asked to resign? Was the decision justified? Were there other alternatives open?

Salient interviewed Gyles Beckford, John Henderson, Steve Underwood and Anthony Ward, as well as seeking comments from other executive members.

According to Anthony Ward and Steve Underwood there had been 'problems' in the Association office for some time, both in the relationships between the office manager and other staff members, and between the office manager and particular executive members.

For the other side, Gyles Beckford and John Henderson both acknowledged that problems had occurred in the past, but Gyles said that he thought, on the whole, the office was running 'particularly smoothly' and that 'most people seemed to be happy in there'.