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Josh Frydenberg defends superannuation inquiry against claims of bias. Josh Frydenberg has demanded the superannuation industry “stop lecturing the government” ahead of an inquiry into retirement incomes.
Industry Super Australia has called on the government to reconsider the appointment of Deborah Ralston to the inquiry, because she has previously lobbied for “voluntary” super for low-income earners. The treasurer said Ralston would bring great expertise to the inquiry and had the government’s full support. “Any time ideas are raised that goes against their vested interests they seem to complain very loudly about it,” he told Sky News on Monday. “They should just make a submission like everyone else to this inquiry and stop lecturing the government as to who we should appoint to these panels.” Ralston wrote to the treasurer in July to propose the inquiry consider allowing low-income earners to receive super in wages, arguing increasing contributions to 12% would force them to forgo too much money.
Love Island Australia 2019 cast: Born-again Christian, Model, lifeguard to divide viewers. Love Island Australia is right around the corner, but ahead of its October 7th premiere date, confusion has arisen as to whether there’ll be 10 or 11 contestants entering the villa on night one.
While the Love Island Australia Instagram account has dropped a group shot of 10 reality TV hopefuls, eagle-eyed fans have picked up that there’s someone missing from the shot. Maurice Salib, a 27-year-old media executive from NSW who considers himself the “whole package” is absent from the photo. Following last season’s format, a “bomb” will be introduced during the Islander’s first couple of nights together. Last year, it was mother-of-one Kim who entered the already coupled-up cast. However, this year, it looks like the “bomb” could be Maurice, with his profile indicating that he is heading to Fiji, and his profile included in contestant roundups. It was understood previously that contestant Eoghan would actually be the intruder.
Channel 9 have been approached for comment. industry. Penny Wong: could Australia accept a gay Asian woman as PM? The question everyone asks when they know you are writing a book about Penny Wong is whether she will ever be prime minister, and if not, why not.
The simple answer is that she is in the wrong house – the Senate – when prime ministers must sit in the House of Representatives. But couldn’t she change house? The better answer is that she has never aspired to the job. Many people have urged her to consider it over the years, including some of her closest allies and friends. She has been entirely consistent, rejecting the idea in private as in public. But it is also a keen assessment of her own talents, limitations and abilities. Nevertheless, some wonder whether she will reconsider if the party’s success seems to depend on it, and when her children are older.
Perhaps because she is different from other politicians, Penny Wong tends to be what one of her staffers described as “a floating signifier” – a symbol with no agreed meaning. There is a cult of Penny Wong. Australia's relationship with China in a 'terrible' state after Morrison's US visit, Labor says. Labor’s shadow defence minister, Richard Marles, says Australia’s relationship with China is in a “terrible” state following Scott Morrison’s visit to the United States.
Speaking fresh from a visit to Beijing, Marles said that Morrison’s “megaphone diplomacy” alongside Donald Trump about China’s status as a developing country had inflamed tensions. “What we saw this week was the prime minister in the United States in the context of there being trade tensions between the US and China, and from there, taking pot shots against our largest trading partner,” Marles said. “The context in which he has engaged in this megaphone diplomacy is absolutely the issue, and it’s not the way in which this issue should be dealt with in a respectful way.” Following calls from Morrison and Trump for China’s status to be upgraded from a developing country, as defined under World Trade Organisation rules, Marles said it was a “matter of fact” that China was still rightly defined as developing.
Australian Premiere Of TOP GUN! THE MUSICAL Comes to Melbourne Fringe - Melbourne Business Tips & Strategies. Salty Theatre presents the Australian Premiere of Top Gun!
The Musical for TWO NIGHTS ONLY at Chapel Off Chapel! Originally produced during the Toronto Fringe, TG! TM was nominated for multiple Dora Awards, including Outstanding New Musical. In 2004, Top Gun! The Musical was selected to be part of the inaugural New York Musical Theatre Festival, alongside featured new musicals by Stephen Schwartz, Avenue Q's Marx and Lopez and Chicago's Kander and Ebb. If you see only one musical comedy about mounting a mega-musical based on the movie Top Gun, make it Top Gun! Read more: