Archive for November 13th, 2017

NZ Prime Minister blasts Australia’s handling of refugee crisis

NZ Prime Minister blasts Australia’s handling of refugee crisis

PRIME Minister Jacinda Ardern has blasted Australia’s handling of the refugee crisis on Manus Island as unacceptable as she seeks another meeting with Malcolm Turnbull on the issue. Ms Ardern has continued to push New Zealand’s offer to accept 150 refugees and asylum seekers from Australia’s offshore detention centres since her first face-to-face meeting a […]

Psychic who predicted Brexit, Trump victory reveals what’s coming next year

Psychic who predicted Brexit, Trump victory reveals what’s coming next year

The man who predicted a Trump win and Brexit says a warship will sink, North Korea will be attacked and world economies will nosedive. WORLD economies nosediving, another royal engagement and a bold strike against North Korea by Donald Trump. Welcome to the year 2018, according to a prominent British psychic. Craig Hamilton-Parker reckons he […]

How Paradise Papers show the corporate tax debate is pointless

How Paradise Papers show the corporate tax debate is pointless

A lot of energy is being expended debating whether Australia should lower its corporate tax rate to remain competitive with the rest of the world. Donald Trump’s planned US company tax cut from 35 to 20 per cent has reignited calls from big business and the Coalition Government that Australia’s 30 per cent rate for […]

All quarterfinals confirmed for Rugby League World Cup

All quarterfinals confirmed for Rugby League World Cup

The quarterfinals of the Rugby League World Cup have been confirmed with the Vodafone Fiji Bati playing New Zealand at 5.30pm Saturday in Wellington. Australia will play Samoa at 8.30pm Friday, Tonga will play Lebanon at 3pm Saturday while England will play PNG at 4pm Sunday. The winner of the Fiji and the New Zealand […]

Fiji to launch Ocean Pathway in Bonn

Fiji to launch Ocean Pathway in Bonn

From the COP23 presidency perspective Fiji will launch the ‘Oceans Pathway’ at the Fiji Pavilion in Bonn, Germany on Thursday to ensure that Oceans get into the UNFCCC’s process by 2020. Speaking at the EU Oceans Day, Minister Responsible For Climate Change, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, said parties, non-state actors and experts need to work together to […]