Australian festival of Chamber Music - sounds like a holiday!

The Australian Festival of Chamber Music will delivery what the perfect holiday sounds like: lazy days under the famous North Queensland winter sun combined with the world’s finest classical music. Why holiday anywhere else?     Organisers of the Australian Festival of Chamber Music (AFCM), which takes place in TownsvilleRead More →

Morrison Dutton Australian Defence Force to Grow

The size and capability of the Australian Defence Force will be significantly increased by the Morrison Government to keep Australians safe in an increasingly uncertain global environment. Under the plan, the number of ADF personnel will increase by around 30 per cent by 2040, taking the total permanent ADF toRead More →

Kaushaliya Vaghela offered apology by Tim Pallas

Premier Daniel Andrews has walked away from another opportunity to apologise for comments dismissing the Labor MP Kaushaliya Vaghela’s allegations of a toxic bullying culture within the Labor Party as “fantasy”. Yesterday, senior government Minister Tim Pallas offered a long overdue apology to Upper House MP Kaushaliya Vaghela after heRead More →

Cybercrime fighting tips ATO

To fight the rising Cybercrime in Australia, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) have developed new guidelines on client identity verification. These guidelines will also help improve security to stop criminals from committing tax fraud by stealing taxpayer identities. “We are increasingly concerned that criminalsRead More →