Daily Archives: January 19, 2016


I won’t lose hope

The chasm between me and the outside world feels like it’s getting wider and wider, and all I can do is let it happen In December, the colors outside my window turn from the greens, yellows and blues of summer … Continue reading


The New Movement to Ban Nuclear Weapons

Fifteen thousand, eight hundred nuclear weapons spread across 14 nations. One thousand, eight hundred ready to be launched within minutes of a warning. This is not the cold war, but the present reality – the daily existential threat with which … Continue reading


Are you serious – Is this how Police should be responding ?

 Brisbane Aboriginal rights campaigners are calling for a Royal Commission into Police across the country following another incident of unnecessary aggressive behavior which shocked and upset many. A video of the incident  captured by a family member  and  shared  on … Continue reading


Days of Hope & Glory Over

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During the economic downturn we have already seen disputes involving job security e.g. at Hutchison’s in Brisbane & Sydney, Patricks in Melbourne & Sydney, and Queensland Nickel’s Yabulu refinery near Townsville and now Dulux at Rocklea. Continue reading


Support Petition to Change the Date of JJJ Hottest 100

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SIGN AND SHARE NOW Triple J’s Hottest 100 countdown is held on January 26th, the date marking the invasion of the First Fleet in 1788. The British flag was raised in Sydney Cove for the first time and this date … Continue reading


Refugee EXAMPLE of Economic Competence in Nauru

Forgetting the moral and ethical issues for one moment – show this to hard nosed friends to illustrate the incompetence of the Australian Government and corruption of the Nauru Government. What a team- together they spent $26 million to produce … Continue reading