Kelvin Thomson MP, the Federal Member of the Australian House of Representatives for Wills, has commented on the Migration Council report, calling the report “predictable self-interested rubbish from the big end of town.” The Migration Council sees only growth, apparently ignoring the capacity of Australia to support more people. Besides more growth, the Council sees […]
Don’t spend another day away from your kids without understanding what that really means. That is the message from Jacqui Brauman, the author of a guide book that every parent should read. Brauman’s book is about living the best life you can, leaving the world a better place and setting the foundation for success for […]
Now that he is the leader of the Labor Party opposition, Bill Shorten likes to blame everything on Tony Abbott. Shorten says Abbott killed the car industry, but the beginning of the death of Australia’s local car industry was engineered by the Labor Party’s John Button, Bob Hawke and Paul Keating. Keating and Button knew […]
Australia and New Zealand have been fighting Japan in a court case, in an attempt to stop Japan killing thousands of whales in Antarctica. Japan said their whaling was for research purposes, but Australians and New Zealanders were not convinced. There were celebrations in The Hague, at The International Court of Justice, as the court […]
Alan Gray looks at an Australian business that takes a shift from offline, to offline and online, and finally, online only.
Nyngan and Broken Hill are to each have solar electricity projects expected to produce 360,000 megawatt hours per year, enough to service more than 50,000 average homes. The AGL contract for the two projects was won by Arizona company, First Solar, Inc., awarding the framing manufacture and construction to Geelong’s IXL Group. The utility-scale solar […]
In an effort to disrupt the people smuggling business that often ends in deaths at sea, the Australian government is to transfer two surplus Australian patrol boats to Sri Lanka. In addition to providing the boats, Australia will train the Sri Lankan Navy on their use. In 2012, under the policies of the Labor government, […]
Adam Bandt just showed Australians why the Greens lost so many votes and seats at the last election. As humans, we are all capable of saying idiotic things – I’m sure he will say I’m saying idiotic things here. Most of us do it in private or in small groups. Politicians tend to announce their […]