Sunday, 26 February 2012 00:00
Until recently I had never heard of Kevin Rudd. His name came to my attention for the first time in a fascinating article by Roy Eccleston, who informed readers that this young man (aged 34) is excluding Queensland's Premier Wayne Goss "the State's most influential man."
Tuesday, 20 December 2011 00:00
In Saturday's Australian former Australia Network executive Rod Webb claimed that Australian Network chief Bruce Dover had twice cancelled screenings of the documentary The Ten Conditions of Love about the exiled Uighur leader, Rebiya Kadeer.
Tuesday, 15 November 2011 00:00
This week, the Australia welcomed the 44th President of the United States of America, Barack Obama. His visit marks the 60th anniversary of Australia's security alliance with the United States (ANZUS). Both countries reemphasised the "tachlis" (essence) of our alliance with upgraded US presence with military training in Northern Australia. Our joint Intelligence facilities at Pine Gap with its famous radomes remain the most important satellite surveillance station outside continental USA. Former Defence Minister Robert Ray said Pine Gap provided vital time and information directly to Israel when Saddam launched Scud missiles against the Jewish State. Presumably Pine Gap's satellites retain the same capacity with the evil regime in Iran.
Tuesday, 04 October 2011 00:00
"Across six weeks next northern spring, the Globe Theatre in London will present all 37 of Shakespeare's plays in 37 languages or dialects, performed by 37 international companies... After 50 years of violent struggle the world's youngest country, South Sudan is sending a production of Cymberline. It was included after the South Sudanese sent in a "simply overwhelming" 20-page pitch document with a passage from the new presidential adviser on culture, who wrote: ‘I used to lie in the bush under the stars reading Shakespeare's plays, not thinking about the killing that would take place in the morning.' - Ben Hoyles, The Times (reprinted in The Australian Thursday September 29, 2011)
Friday, 09 September 2011 00:00
Last Thursday Michael Danby MP , Federal Member for Melbourne Ports, delivered an address to 200 people at Jewish National Fund ( JNF) Gold Patrons.
Mr Danby called on Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon to answer the questions he raised in the House of Representatives about her past membership of the Socialist Party of Australia.
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