In Scandinavia, there are rumours of an approaching war. Over these last weeks, Sweden have reissued a civil defence pamphlet to each of its 4.8 million households, titled ‘Om krisen eller kriget kommer’ (‘If crisis or war comes’).
There’s only one real solution to Australia’s asylum seeker challenge. End the wars, poverty, and persecution millions face every day in the nations they hope to flee. That momentous task, of course, is far beyond Australia’s means.
Last year it was the Liberal party that were preparing for one by-election after another. Yet here we are in 2018, with five by-elections set for one Saturday in July. All due to the dual citizenship issue rippling through the Labor party.
It was the bold decision made by US President Donald Trump that got the world’s tongues wagging. While many criticised Trump’s decision to end US ties regarding the Iran deal, he must be commended for putting his country first.
Trump has called off next month’s summit with Kim, citing Pyongyang’s ‘open hostility,’ and warned the US military is ready in the event of any reckless acts by North Korea.
Vegetarians won’t like this message. And vegans may run the other way. But if you’re struggling to get pregnant, the answer to your unanswered prayers may lie in red meat.
In the meantime, record levels of immigrants have added to Australia’s GDP. Unfortunately, that has not translated into wages, which have remained flat.
A judge has called a mother of two ‘greedy’ in court, after she stole over $300,000 from her ANZ firm dating from 2014–2016. The 44-year-old was already on a $200,000 a year contract, with her household annual income being over $500,000.
While the markets are looking complacent, they could easily crash if a war were to break out. How would gold play into this, as the ‘safety’ commodity?