The task to make Australia 100% clean-energy is much larger than generally thought requiring approximately 250% more electricity generation than at present.
Retirement income and savings policies could be deciding factors in this coming federal election. Forty-eight per cent of the seats in parliament have a median voter age of 50 years or older.
Labor’s franking credits policy abolishes the tax free threshold for a certain class of low income earners and sets the minimum tax rate at 30% with no threshold.
The odds are that Labor will win the Victorian election, but there is a narrow gate through which the Liberal Nationals could pass to government, or the Greens to a role in supporting a minority Labor government.
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- Wed 05 May 2021
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- Thu 13 August 2020
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- Mon 13 July 2020
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- Mon 06 July 2020
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Professor Perry Bartlett explores the relationship between physical exercise and dementia in the Sixth McIlwraith Lecture. ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYKNiqqtDxU
What this also shows is this type of politics - fixated on cultural identity - poses no threat whatsoever to institutions of authority. To the contrary, ... they love it. It's easily coopted, and the liberal obsession with this stuff means they're not focused on how power is wielded: https://twitter.com/aishaismad/status/1388963034274701316
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Professor Perry Bartlett is a pioneer in studying brain plasticity and is the founder of the Queensland Brain Institute. His speech covered the challenges in establishing the institute, as well as the work he is currently doing on exercise and dementia. The professor is a member of the Order of Australia, and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science. In 2015 he was awarded the CLS Florey Medal. Since 2007 the QBI has grown from nothing to employ over 500 staff working in a variety or areas of brain research. The McIlwraith Lecture was founded in the name of a prominent colonial premier of Queensland who was a classical liberal and contributed significantly to the growth of Queensland as well as being one of the fathers of Federation. Each year we invite a prominent person who has made an entrepreneurial contribution to Queensland to deliver the lecture.