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Ultimately, the answers to the global pandemic will not be found in Wuhan, or the P4 Laboratory, but in Zhongnanhai, the central headquarters for the CCP.
by Chin Jin - 30/07/2021 - 5 comments
Indonesia's large business cooperatives claim their success is due to a focus on caring for their members: but fraud is rife.
by Bitra Suyatno - 29/07/2021 - 3 comments
Moreover this loaded anti-Jewish term papers over the destruction, damage and vandalizing of Jewish synagogues, cemeteries and properties during the 19 years those areas remained Judenrein.
by David Singer - 28/07/2021
The objective should be to give the people of Daru – upwards of 15,000 – the same level of basic services that are enjoyed by the people of Thursday Island and the Torres Strait, including the islands closest to Daru and Papua New Guinea.
by Jeffrey Wall - 23/07/2021 - 10 comments
Over the past month, Malaysians have been using social media to call on those who have run out of food and essential items not to feel shy and to raise a white flag outside their homes.
by Murray Hunter - 22/07/2021 - 1 comment
Fraudulent financing and investment activities have cost Indonesia around AUS$ 13.2 billion in the last ten years.
by Bitra Suyatno - 20/07/2021 - 4 comments
With the notable exception of Fiji where democracy was sadly derailed by military coups, parliamentary democracy has largely survived, with imperfections.
by Jeffrey Wall - 19/07/2021 - 10 comments
Our community deeply objects to the provocative nature of the AHC letter which singles out Macedonians as not deserving of an identity of our own choosing here in democratic Australia.
by Ordan Andreevski - 16/07/2021 - 10 comments
The meeting between Jordan's King Abdullah and President Biden at the White House on 19 July seems set to achieve absolutely nothing towards resolving the 100 years-old conflict between Jews and Arabs.
by David Singer - 15/07/2021 - 8 comments
The world's longest serving political prisoner Dr Chia Thye Poh, was incarcerated under the ISA, and restriction orders for 32 years, five years longer than Nelson Mandela.
by Murray Hunter - 13/07/2021 - 1 comment
Last week the PNG Prime Minister, James Marape, and the ABG President, Ishmael Toroama, met to try and agree on a 'road map' towards independence.
by Jeffrey Wall - 12/07/2021 - 15 comments
Even with youth unemployment out at 10.5 percent, with the Reserve Bank of Australia warning unemployment is likely to worsen, rural Australia’s most pressing problem is a chronic shortage of labour.
by Murray Hunter - 9/07/2021 - 25 comments


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