People the world over are understandably alarmed by the recent
eruption of a novel coronavirus (2019 n-CoV) and its spread to
countless countries, bringing in its wake widespread disruption, chaos,
panic, illness and death. But are we as alarmed by the endemic nature
of an old virus - corrupto-virus (2020+ CoV) - which continues to infect...
The Australian Federal Police have dropped the investigation
into the political ‘hit job’ Federal Energy Minister Angus Taylor
failed to execute on Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore.
Forthose who came in late, we noted last December.
Naturally enough in the wake of the catastrophic bushfires that
have affected most states since last October, there has been a
national discussion on theories that, according to their proponents,
would have reduced the risk of bushfires starting or would allow us
to more effectively attack the raging bushfires if implemented.
Sometime in the future when Australia is finally taking real and
meaningful action on climate change by reducing emissions across
the board it would be worth considering if Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s
‘secret’ trip to Hawaii while unprecedented and catastrophic bushfires
were blazing around the country at the end of 2019 was partly to blame.
The Festive Season is over. Christmas, with all its seasonal trappings,
delighted and enriched us. The joy of being with family and friends
remains a cherished memory. The summer break refreshed us. Now,
the prospect of another long year looms. What does it hold?
This blog site traditionally has a look back at what we commented on in
the past year as our last article come December. This year, we’re going
to break the cycle and look at what Prime Minister Morrison should be
considering over the next month or so instead of asking ‘how good is the cricket?’.