Jess Wilson - Worksafe executives payrises

Executives across Victoria’s public service, including many at the Andrews Government’s beleaguered WorkCover agency, are set to receive big pay rises as small businesses are slugged with higher premiums. The Victorian Independent Renumeration Tribunal has recently provided advice to pay four WorkCover executives a total salary above the upper limit of theRead More →

Rishi Sunak with Murari Bapu

In a rare moment now captured in history, the British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, attend a ‘Ram Katha’ (sermon ceremony) on 15 August, by the one and only Murari Bapu in Cambridge said that his Hindu faith guides him in every aspect of his life and gives him the courageRead More →

All Electric - Gas ban in Victoria

New Victorian households will save up to $1,000 off their annual energy bills while reducing household emissions, as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s landmark decision to phase out gas in new homes. Across the world, the cost of gas is rising sharply, and so is uncertainty around supply. VictoriansRead More →

Operation Sandon - Surveillance photo of Sam Aziz + former Liberal Party MP Lorraine Wreford in a city cafe.

The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) has tabled a special report in Parliament that exposes corruption vulnerabilities in Victoria’s planning decision-making processes at both state and local government levels. IBAC’s Operation Sandon investigated allegations of corrupt conduct involving councillors and property developers in the City of Casey (Casey Council) in Melbourne’sRead More →

VMC urges use of QR code at community functions

The Andrews Labor Government has announce the reappointment of Vivienne Nguyen AM, as Chairperson of the Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC). The minister for multicultural affairs Colin Brooks made the announcement this morning through a statement. As the key link between community and government, the VMC celebrates, supports and advocates forRead More →

Tick Saliva paper Prof Martin Stone and Dr Ram Bhusal

Synthetically produced anti-inflammatory proteins found in tick saliva Monash University-led research is using tick saliva to help unlock better ways to fight inflammation, which causes considerable suffering in people globally.  The Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute-led team has ‘hijacked’ an anti-inflammatory mechanism used by ticks to block the activity of proteins importantRead More →

NDA V INDIA - Opposition Meet

The coming together of opposition meet in Bengaluru has produced some result which will give some headaches to Modi and his team. A very clever move on the Opposition’s part is the killing of the UPA and re-inventing themselves as Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (“INDIA”). It will be NDARead More →