Tag: national debt

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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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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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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May 30

Unemployment II Casualisation II Disrupters II Nature matters II Safeguarding the future II Madmen in White House II Assange innocent II

May blog Contents: Introduction II Unemployment II Casualisation II Disrupters II Nature matters II Safeguarding the future II Madmen in the White House II Assange innocent II End of blog quote II  Introduction I’ve been reading a lot lately, not sure whether it’s the poor offerings on television or the cooler autumn temperatures. ‘Optimism’ by …

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Feb 17

Verification II Tucker’d Out II Strike action II Innovation & affordable housing II Superannuation II

BLOG FEBRUARY 2017 Content:  Verification II Tucker’d Out II Strike action II Innovation & affordable housing II Supeanuation – a time bomb II This month’s blog will be brief and it’s early as am off to Thailand for a break.   Verification – My January Blog received verification with the SBS broadcasting a piece on …

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Jan 30

OMG Trump II BBC Fact Team II Pollies entitlements II Debt & Clawback II Homeless II Blast from the past II Feathers

BLOG JANUARY 2017 Headlines: OMG Trump II BBC Fact sheet Team II Pollies entitlements II Debt & Clawback  II Homeless solution II Blast from the past – Hanson II Feathers & belts Welcome to 2017 and this month’s blog.  Trump is in the White House and the BBC is to assemble a team to fact-check …

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Sep 29

Increasing Tensions II Employment + II Deficit II Spaceships&Rockets

BLOG SEPTEMBER 2016 – INCREASING TENSIONS The ‘theatre of war’ sounds as though it can be contained.  But just acknowledging current conflicts worldwide,  it seems half the world is at war. Major wars (dark brown) signify 10,000+ deaths in current year, wars (red) up to 10,000 deaths in current year. minor conflicts, 100–999 deaths in current/past …

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Aug 28

Omnibus – no bus at all II Creative Cairns – illuminating ART II Youth Unemployment, a disgrace II Asteroid – too close for comfort II Trump a trickster

Omnibus – no bus at all … The election is long gone, the census debacle a faint memory, and I thought I should just check on the $6.5 billion omnibus bill …a $1.3 billion cut with the removal of the clean energy supplement.  That amount equates to $14 a fortnight for those on aged pension …

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Apr 30

Morrison’s nightmare budget II Congrats new councillors

CONTENTS:  Budget and Gender Balance It seems the political climate couldn’t get much worse for Turnbull and co., with its first budget due on Tuesday 3rd May.  This week PNG demanded that the Government act in closing down Manus Island detention centre and there’s no back up plan.  Yesterday Opposition leader Bill Shorten announced an …

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