Prominent Victorian business figure, who previously sparred with Daniel Andrews, apologises to staff over ‘racist’ remarks


One of Victoria’s most prominent business figures has apologised to staff after making two comments that were perceived to be racially offensive by a subordinate.

Danni Hunter, executive director of the Property Council of Australia’s Victorian division, made the remarks at the council’s gala dinner at Crown’s Palladium on June 23.

The Property Council of Australia’s Victorian executive director, Danni Hunter.Credit:Wayne Taylor

The staff member who made a formal complaint has since left the company. The senior employee, whose identity The Age has withheld for privacy reasons, quit…



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