Trump knows there won’t be a fairytale ending with North Korea, despite how well things have been going so far. But one thing we know about US President Donald Trump, he gets the job done.
If Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull had a time machine he’d surely go back and change a few things. He’d almost certainly go back and come out strongly in favour of the banking royal commission.
Unless Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull can get her to flip back into supporting the Coalition’s budget, his company and personal income tax cut plans look to be in trouble.
Despite a lot of noise from his minions, the world has heard nothing from North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. His silence is in stark difference to the harsh threats of war he threw around in 2017.
With fears rising that North Korea might return to its old trickery, US Vice President Mike Pence has warned Kim not to ‘play’ President Trump if they meet at a proposed 12 June summit.
In the meantime, record levels of immigrants have added to Australia’s GDP. Unfortunately, that has not translated into wages, which have remained flat.
For years now, the idea of a sugar tax has been thrown around as if it were a silver bullet to cure Australia’s obesity crisis. Like a dog with a bone, the Nanny State brigade just won’t let it go.
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?