National Others Week is 7 days where we will be taking the focus off ourselves and onto those around us. The key objective is to honor and acknowledge those who volunteer and serve the community; to… Read More ›
The issue of homelessness is Australia is a strong statement of the failure of our nation collectively to look after those who are often the most vulnerable of Australians. This week is National Homeless Persons Week – 6th to… Read More ›
Suggested ALP Policies now that Treasurer Wayne Swan has admitted Bruce Springsteen is his economic inspiration.
This morning on the news they are reporting that the Australian Treasurer and currently acting Prime Minister of the Nation, gets his economic inspiration from Bruce Springsteen. I have not heard the context of the comment but I have immediately… Read More ›
Aussie Aussie Aussie…..So tomorrow night you are sitting around with your friends watching the Opening Ceremony;- this blog is to help you appear very smart with the essential things you need to know about the Olympics. 1) The Olympic motto… Read More ›
An overcast cloudy and gloomy day in all parts of NSW as tears rain down even from above, over the loss of hope, pride and yet another football match. As tears stream down and collect in gully’s and creeks, expect… Read More ›
Here are the things that concern me about the 2012-13 Federal Budget. 1) Having a budget surplus is a restrictionist economic policy stance and not what the Australian economy needs right now. The RBA is dropping interest rates to try… Read More ›
Treasurer Wayne Swan has handed down his fifth federal budget at Parliament House in Canberra tonight. Here is a snapshot of the major points. Treasurer Wayne Swan’s fifth budget has delivered a surplus of $1.5 billion from a $44 Billion… Read More ›