Governance, a World Issue with Divided Views

After a fairly short trip to Europe I feel I have returned to what has a real sense of continuing interested times. One’s perspective is certainly varied when one reads and listens to the views expressed internally elsewhere. I left Australia with the government talking up the future and there being positive signs of future … Continued

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DOWN, AND DOWN WE GO

Well the RBA has done it again, we are now at the lowest interest rate levels since the establishment of the RBA, and with the (predicted) change I am yet to hear a cry of, “Great news this will work, just watch everything change.” We are continually being advised by learned experts that we are … Continued

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Do cars hold a secret?

Recently I was talking to a doctor I met in passing, one a tad younger than I, and in idol conversation we talked about the world, the universe and nothing!  However during our conversation we discovered that we both had a general interest in cars.  So as the conversation progressed he opened up and spoke … Continued

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Where has reality gone?

It was interesting to hear this week that Ellen DeGeneres is being sued for having miss pronounced someone’s name on her show.  Later that night I regretfully heard an ABC personality miss pronounce Wallacia as WALL-A-CHEE-A.  The error was shortly afterwards brought to the announcer’s attention and the situation rectified.  Issue over! I must say … Continued

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An interesting perspective

I received the today from a good friend in one of his newsletters, thanks Mark Eades (CBA Chatswood) and it contains a salutary message worth considering.  No doubt others have seen this circulate the web from time to time.  I do hope you enjoy it.   ‘A boat is docked in a tiny fishing village. … Continued

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