Posts Tagged ‘logo’

More logo-mania!

Posted: 9:13 am on 3rd March 2014

WasteWatch’s recent post on the half-a-million-dollar AIS logo caught the attention of a few undercover WasteWatch agents. According to these sleuths, the AIS saga isn’t nearly as uncommon as the Australian taxpayer might wish. For example, the new(ish) Centrelink logo — replaced during the Rudd-Gillard government’s tenure — cost over $4.6 million of your money. And if that wasn’t enough, there’s more. Remember the $6.6 million of your money spent…

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New AIS logo costs $500,000

Posted: 10:19 am on 11th February 2014

Government expenditure on Australian sport is a familiar demon for WasteWatch. This latest example of sports waste almost outdoes all the others though. It turns out the Australian Institute of Sport has spent half a million dollars of taxpayer money on five little squiggly lines. Don’t worry though, because these five little squiggly lines constitute the “dynamic” new logo of the AIS, and, according to Australian Sports Commission head Simon…

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