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26 Apr 19
The Australian

It’s a global tech frenzy! As the so-called “unicorns” rush to join Wall Street, our own undercooked tech sector is finally reaching for the light.

26 Apr 19
The Australian

Everyone, it seems, loves Afterpay — the buy now, pay later service is certainly much loved by millennials and investors. In fact, the consumer finance favourite now has a string of rivals including the ASX-listed Zip.

26 Apr 19
The Australian

A mayor and seven councillors from a southeast Queensland council are facing up to 20 years in prison for allegedly plotting to have the chief executive sacked after she raised corruption concerns about the mayor.

26 Apr 19
Clara's Life

First, what is LinkedIn ? LinkedIn is a social network made for professionals and business community. We can describe it as Facebook, but for your professional life. It has been made for everybody that is interested in developing his or her professional life and looking for new opportunities. You can add people on LinkedIn as […]

26 Apr 19
IATEFL ESOL Special Interest Group

Sociolinguistics and Language Education Seminar 2 22nd June, Kings College, London Room 1.10, Franklin Wilkins Building 10-1 Ideologies & beliefs about language and language education ‘ESOL Students learn more English oif they donr’tspeak other langauges in class…’ ‘Parents who want their kids to learn their heritage language shouldn’t allow mixing at home – children will […]

26 Apr 19
The Australian

Water buybacks in the Murray-Darling Basin are examples of where a little of knowledge can be a very dangerous thing. It is why the hyping of Watergate during the willing weeks of an election campaign by predictable parties — from Labor, the Australia Institute and some media — spells danger for the government. I am not here to defend a price, or a lack of transparency of the $80 million water buyback by the Commonwealth Environmental Water Holder (CEWH) from Eastern Australia Agriculture in 2017, but the more I read on “everything we know about water buybacks”, “water buybacks explained”, the more I feel short-changed.