Sky News host Andrew Bolt says the “new race-based politics is “actually just the latest form of tyranny”, using the example of Alice Springs Councillor JNampijinpa's impending speaking visit to Coffs Harbour. TheBoltReport
Sky News host Andrew Bolt says the “new race-based politics is “actually just the latest form of tyranny”, using the example of Alice Springs Councillor Jacinta Price’s impending speaking visit to Coffs Harbour.\n\nNine of the local Aboriginal groups have said they do not give Ms Price permission to speak as she has “no lived experience in the community”.\n\nMr Bolt said this “shutting down of debate needs to be called out”.\n\nImage: News Corp Australia\n
09/09/2019|6minSky News host Andrew Bolt says the “new race-based politics is “actually just the latest form of tyranny”, using the example of Alice Springs Councillor Jacinta Price’s impending speaking visit to Coffs Harbour. Nine of the local Aboriginal groups have said they do not give Ms Price permission to speak as she has “no lived experience in the community”. Mr Bolt said this “shutting down of debate needs to be called out”. Image: News Corp Australia
JNampijinpa They are rightly afraid she is smart and delivers cogent arguments that they cannot handle people want to hear her and she is not apart of the Leftist heard she supports substantial attitudinal change while they whip up race hate because of stupidity and authoritarianism. JNampijinpa No it’s called Indigenous Lore! Something white Australia have shown little respect for since colonisation.
JNampijinpa She's made me aware that we haven't come very far from the 1950s. And freemason s and the factions, are to blame. If there's still racism. classwarfare it's the only thing Australia does best, because it isn't lucky JNampijinpa Exactly
Ambulance Victoria at highest ever response rates thanks to new technology | Sky News AustraliaAmbulance Victoria’s response rates are at their highest peak, saving more lives thanks to new technology which uses big data. \n\nCEO Tony Walker says each city has a ‘pulse’ that the new system helps to detect, informing their rostering choices to improve efficiency, including planning around increased motor vehicle incidents at peak hour.
Purpose brought to new technologies with Telstra Purple | Sky News AustraliaChris Smith from Telstra Purple tells Sky News about Telstra’s latest offering that brings together a team from across the globe to help customers achieve their digital ambitions and find purpose in emerging technology. \n\n“The role, value and shape of technology will continue to unfold. The pressure to innovate is always growing. How can you manage it and take control of the future? It’s up to us to grab it, shape it and give it purpose,” Mr Smith said.\n Telstra Hopefully it rolls out better than NBN. Telstra sounds a bit like a corporate speak wankfest
Precious water is being traded like 'bars of gold, silver or bitcoins' | Sky News AustraliaSky News host Chris Kenny says it’s hard to comprehend how ‘such a precious life force as water could be held and traded like bars of gold, silver or bitcoins’. \n\nInvestors are reportedly hoarding billions of litres of water in attempts to hike up the cost of the commodity –crippling Australia’s already struggling agriculture industry. \n\nMr Kenny said it was “frustrating and complicated” and called on the federal and state governments to 'deliver more clarity and fairness in the way our water is managed'. \n\n“At times like these, we see speculators making money out of others’ hardships and the more scarce the resource, the higher the price,” he said. \n\nImage: News Corp Australia water must be made free to ALL Australian owned Farms, then to some minimal amount to business owned farms for a cost to the business, then remainder for the environment, greens to get zero Don’t tell him about futures markets for all sorts of agricultural products then Funny I don't recall him criticising Taylor and Joyce for 80 million in tax dollars for water that didn't exist 😂
Cost of Australian housing driving inequality | Sky News AustraliaThe poorest fifth of Australian workers are pouring more of their income into housing costs than ever before.\n\nAnalysis from the Grattan Institute shows 29 per cent of incomes were spent on housing costs, up from 21.9 per cent in 1995. \n\nFor the richest fifth, in 2018 9.4 per cent of gross income was spent on housing costs, compared to 9.3 per cent in 1995. \n\nDisposable income also grew twice as much for the richest Australians when compared to the nation's poorest.\n\nImage: Getty No no SloMo said there is no inequality.
Labor lawyer to give evidence at ICAC hearing | Sky News AustraliaLabor lawyer Ian Robertson will give evidence at Monday’s ICAC hearing into a suspected illegal $100,000 donation to the NSW Labor branch. \n\nMr Robertson was accused of telling suspended secretary general Kaila Murnain to keep quiet about a meeting with then-Labor MP Ernest Wong about the donation. \n\nMs Murnain claimed Mr Robertson promised he would not bill her for the meeting in an effort to keep details surrounding the donation quiet – claims his barrister has rejected. \n\nMr Robertson’s barrister produced an invoice to the inquiry with a bill for 'telephone discussions and meeting with Ms K Murnain concerning political donation issues'.\n\nMr Robertson will share his version of events when he takes the stand on Monday. \n\nImage: News Corp Australia Talk about foreign influence I MIGHT HAVE TO HAVE A CHAT ABOUT CORRUPTION WITH IAN ROBERTSON SOON
British Airways pilots to walk off job in biggest strike in airline's history | Sky News AustraliaBritish Airways pilots are walking off the job for 48 hours, forcing most flights to ground and disrupting the travel plans of more than 250,000 passengers. \n\nThe two-day strike is predicted to be the biggest in the airline's history, costing an estimated $180 million in lost revenue. \n\nA quarter of a million passengers have been told not to travel on Monday when the two days of industrial action begins. \n \nImage: AP That will make Harry & Megan happy will allow them to make a few more flights