It was a terrible waste of Reza’s young life when he was killed during a disturbance at the Manus Island immigration detention centre run by Australia. I am amazed that I have seen no news anywhere that mentions who he was, where he was raised and educated and what he did in Iran prior to [...]
Still it is good the GreenLeft main stream media actually publishes these fragments of realism. Marshall Islands: Islands ‘grow back’ after Pacific storm Charles Darwin would be smiling.
WA set to return to polls after Senate election declared void – unlikely the Liberals could keep their third seat won last September. Apart from that the result is just a lottery this far out. So if the Abbott Govt has key legislation blocked after 1 July – then the double dissolution option is back [...]
A few weeks ago I was hearing from Kiwis that summer was slow arriving – I noticed this optimistic story in NZ Herald on 1 Jan 2014 – Perfect summer days likely to follow patchy spell, analysts say. I took a copy to checkout around middle of month. Today I see – Cold front hitting [...]
If anybody knows of cheques – light or dark – looking for a good home, just get in touch, we can solve the problem. Business Spectator should know better.
This looks to be the online article – Reviews warn of failure to deal with public servants’ underperformance
The ABC reports – Leaked NSA report reveals Australia-US spying operations during Bali conference I thought it was well known that nations have intelligence services. Many nations secretly plan harm to other nations – thats obvious from history – still going on now. It would be worrying if Australia did not constantly seek out the [...]
Great to see articles like this in The Australian – cutting through the misinformation and lies with clarity. Yet the new Abbott Govt is hamstrung until 1 July 2014 when it can try and pass carbon tax repeal legislation through the new Senate. While a double dissolution may not be impossible in the short time-frame [...]
Over at Catallaxy they had the fortitude to read through Julia Gillard’s long article justifying her term in office. – Julia Gillard writes on power, purpose and Labor’s future
[For most Australians the last long drought was perceived to be the result of climate change, and when the drought broke their concerns about climate change [...]