Political manipulator Jones, whose superpower is to be able to wrap gutless Liberal Party politicians around his little orifice, is behind the verbal bullying of Opera House CEO Louise Herron.
"Racing NSW Stewards today have conducted the barrier draw for the 2018 The TAB Everest in preparation for this evening's barrier draw event", a Racing NSW release said.
The barrier draw for The Everest, a thoroughbred horse race run over 1,200 metres, was projected onto the Opera House amid growing backlash over using the landmark as a billboard.
"Gave her a big talking to. you're allowed to project on there, that's the biggest billboard in Sydney, mate".
"I used some words in these programs about the Everest, and the Opera House, and Louise, which in hindsight I now most regret hearing, having heard the impact they've clearly had on some people", said Jones.
This morning on his radio show that targets "most people to die of natural causes in the next 12 months" (nice one SBS) Jones non-apologised to Ms Herron for his vile spew.
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The petition was delivered to state parliament on Tuesday morning, where member for Sydney Alex Greenwich later confirmed he would try to remove the power of government to overrule Opera House management.
"Our house is a precious gift to the world", Mr Hall said.
On Monday National Trust NSW conservation director Graham Quint suggested the move to project advertising onto the Opera House could be illegal, given its commercial nature.
In another letter sent to Greens MP David Shoebridge, Mr Davies said he was unable to issue a Stop Work Order because the planned projections by Racing NSW did not meet the legal definition of "harm" as there was no physical damage being done to the site.
Mr Quint said the government still hadn't explained how projecting advertising onto the sails adhered to the exemptions.
Scott Morrison weighed in on the controversy on Sunday saying beaming the draw onto the Opera House was a 'no-brainer'.