Overwhelmingly, Australia’s leading economists want the budget to boost social housing and the JobSeeker unemployment benefit rather than bring forward personal income tax cuts. The 49 eminent economists who responded to The Conversation-Economic Society of Australia pre-budget survey were asked to rate 13 options in terms of ‘bang for the […]

This week, support to unemployed Australians will be dramatically reduced. In April, the new Coronavirus Supplement roughly doubled the level of benefits for unemployed people on the JobSeeker payment and a range of other working-age payments. The supplement will drop from $550 to $250 a fortnight from Friday. This is before it is dropped […]

Written by: The AIM Network By 2353NM  Franklin D. Roosevelt was the President of the USA in the aftermath of the ‘Great Depression’ that commenced with the stock market crashes of 1929. Rather than riding out the Depression, promising business as usual at some point in the future, Roosevelt instituted a series […]

I just started creating this Blog and there is not much I can say at the moment but I promise to bring some fresh content soon. What is the purpose of this page? To get JOB! The last contract engagement was finished some months ago. Current situation with COVID19 Pandemic […]

Authored by: Pepe Escobar, a veteran Brazilian journalist, is the correspondent-at-large for Hong Kong-based Asia Times Julian Assange (Prometheus) is being punished not for stealing fire – but for exposing power under the light of truth and provoking the “God” of Exceptionalism (Anglo-America). This is the tale of an Ancient Greek tragedy […]

It’s on again. This time it’s Australia’s wine industry that’s under investigation in China for allegedly violating anti-dumping rules The investigation has sent shock waves through the wine industry and beyond. Broadly speaking, anti-dumping rules prohibit producers from selling anything for less than its market value. The Chinese industry body […]