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May 30

II Reef Lotto II Arts – Alexandra Palace II No to Affordable Housing II Malaysia’s Mandela II Bidi Bidi – release from hell II

Welcome to the May BLOG Contents :  Reef Lotto II  Arts – Alexandra Palace II No to affordable housing II Malaysia’s Mandela II Bidi Bidi – release from hell II Now that the budget has been and gone (see Reef Lotto), and the Royal wedding with all its pomp and ceremony was televised globally,  we …

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Apr 04

Weeping Window II Refugees welcome II Finland happiest II Two cities II Cobalt II Debt & Inequality II

Welcome to the March BLOG Contents: Weeping Window II Refugees welcome II Finland happiest II Trump II Two cities II Cobalt II Debt & inequality II  Having sung in this cathedral in Hereford, it seemed appropriate to promote the image below. The photograph of The Weeping Window conjures up visions of Romeo and Juliet and …

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Feb 28

Jobs versus Ai II Uni versus TAFE II Aged care innovation II Hanson – cut payroll tax II Gas for Twiggy

Contents: Jobs versus Ai II Uni versus TAFE II Aged Care innovation II Job Active not working II Hanson – cut payroll tax II Gas for Twiggy Nearing the end of February and there’s been little news on the national front over the past couple of months with the pollies away on their summer vacation.  …

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Jan 29

Welcome to 2018 II The Grand Seducer II emotive images II the new slavery II Kurds help and hindrance II Reflections on 2017 II

Welcome to 2018 An image, photograph or painting, it’s the visuals that catch my attention always.  So it was with The Grand Seducer, Emmanuel Macron – even his name says ‘elite’.  Macron was featured in The Weekend Australian Magazine,   the photograph is magnetic.  In the article by Harry de Quettteville, Macron is described as mesmerizing, …

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Nov 29

Calm before the storm I House of cards I Future of work I Protection and risk

Contents:  Calm before storm and House of Cards refer to the economy, Future of work and Protection and risk.   The QLD election has come and gone, and I welcomed the brevity.  We are now into another Christmas and the heat is on. The calm before the storm refers to both Qld’s debt – $71.98 billion,  and …

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Oct 30

Witch hunt II Bitcoin Ascendancy II Eyes of a Dreamer II Headlines of Impact II

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Sep 29

Cairns Aquarium II Driving to nowhere II Dutton’s $$ chest II Slashing human rights II Gaza – a way out II eurozone & the amazing Ms Merkel II Tweets abound, Airbnb special and Rover Thomas

Welcome to R1M September blog, featuring the new Cairns Aquarium, driving to nowhere with driverless cars, Dutton’s $$ chest II A way out for Gaza, eurozone fightback and the amazing Ms Merkel  II Tweets abound & Airbnb special and Rover Thomas. CONGRATULATIONS are due to young local entrepreneurs, Daniel Leipnik and Andrew Preston, who this week …

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Sep 01

Nth Korea II SUPA NOT II Iceberg II Screen legend II Breaking News

North Korea – short and sharp Introduction:  With one day to research and write, this month’s blog is a challenge. This week  the North Korean Leader decided to threaten anyone and everyone by shooting a ballistic missile over Japan. The world I think, has a short time span for reacting to atrocities, famine, and even …

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Jul 31

Retrieving trees II the new power of political reportage II Simmering discontent II artistic joy II

July Blog Retrieving trees II the new power of political reportage II Simmering discontent II artistic joy II Quote of the month Let’s start with something positive. Am sick of political rancour so this month is about “lost treasure”, how reporting can go viral, inequality (yes its important) and the joy of art in a …

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Jun 30

Blood suckers II Penalty rates II Music legend II Global seed vault II Sustainability

June Blog Introduction II  Blood suckers II Penalty rates II Greg Allman II Global seed vault  II Sustainability II Quote of the month This month’s blog which will be brief, it looks at Aveo, one of Australia’s largest companies in the aged sector, penalty rates in a city where tourism is king and casualisation is …

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