Well, it finally happened. US President Donald Trump met with Chairman Kim Jong-un…and the results were surprisingly positive. Everyone ended the day as a winner. But one group might have come out on top…
The Institute for Economics and Peace released their annual report on world peace last week. Although Australia comes out OK, it paints a bleak picture for the world at large.
The Fair Work Commission has announced a pay rise for the two million Aussies on minimum wage. That might seem like a good thing. But the reality behind this decision is bleak.
Whistle-blowers have made shocking accusations of revenue-raising tactics within the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). Small businesses and contract workers have been among the victims of the ATO’s alleged exploitative practices. Several concerns from business owners were raised about the extent of the ATO’s powers.
Our defence force and their locations must be protected at all costs. Scouring for locations safe enough for our military personnel is a difficult enough task as it is. Now however, a fitness app has exposed our military sites, putting Australian soldiers at risk.
Australia appears ready to sign on to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), along with 10 other countries. But currently the US isn’t one of them. Trump may have isolated himself from other economies willing to buy American products.
Talks between North and South Korea must be going very well. The two states are planning to walk together under a unification flag.
Climate change is one of the most talked about issues the world is apparently facing today. Big cities have started to take notice. And they’re taking action.
Cryptocurrencies are growing at such a rapid pace, that countries struggling with inflation are now looking to create national cryptos. For Venezuelans with quickly diminishing options, it could have had real promise.
With slow wage and job growth, Australians are falling behind financially. And the amount of Australians withdrawing superannuation early on compassionate grounds has risen 590% in the last six years.
The US and Australia have always been close allies. Now however, some of the highest-ranking officials in Australia are becoming concerned.
CNN reported this week that ‘Kim Jong Un offers rare olive branch to South Korea’. But the opposite may actually be true.
There have been a disturbing number of ships filled with dead bodies washing up on Japanese shores. North Korea seems to have a growing list of things they need to answer to. These ‘ghost ships’ are another one.
Today’s article, originally published on 17 November, covers the Atomic Energy Act of 1946, and the permission it gives one particular man to start a Nuclear War. So the question remains, who will deal the first blow?
Today’s article, originally published on 10 October, considers the security risks involved with wearing a Burqa. We take a look at how the ban has been implemented in other countries, and the idea of a Burqa ban for Australia.
Universities around Australia have come under fire for sharing their research with the wrong people. Now people are calling for tougher laws on research programs sharing information with foreign entities.
Over the weekend, Iraqi and allied forces finally claimed victory in the last large-scale battle with ISIS. That doesn’t mean it’s all over.
Much of the talk about Amazon’s launch in Australia has been doom and gloom for local retailers. But some online Aussie giants have taken a different approach.
In 2016 the British voted in a referendum to leave the EU. One person who predicted this shock result was Samuel Tombs of Pantheon Macroeconomics. But now, he thinks Britain won’t be leaving the EU. At all.
The potential of this virtual gold mine hasn’t been lost on North Korea’s Kim Jong-un. Rumours have been swirling for the better part of the year about North Korea’s cryptocurrency activity.
Australian governments have encouraged young people to aim for university degrees. And many have been aiming high. But lately, the enrolment rate has come under fire.
The Japanese Coast Guard is finding an increasing number of ships washing up on their shores. And a disturbing number are carrying dead bodies.
In March this year, a parliamentary committee recommended banning political donations from foreign entities…
‘Mad’ Mike Hughes is getting in a rocket on Saturday. He’s determined to prove that the Earth is flat.
While it certainly seems like there’s more gas in Bitcoin’s tank, this rise can’t be sustainable.
In good news for the manufacturing sector, VeroGuard Systems have announced they will build a new manufacturing facility just outside of Adelaide.
US senators have raised concerns that Trump is so ‘unstable’ and ‘volatile’ that he shouldn’t have sole control over nuclear codes.
The uniforms have reportedly caused medical issues, while also preventing officers from doing their jobs effectively.
International experts are calling on schools to introduce Artificial Intelligence (AI) to the curriculum. Failure to do so might leave future generations jobless and lost.
Within one hour of the historic launch of a self-driving car in Las Vegas, the shuttle has been involved in an accident.