Joe Hildebrand: Protests with burning flag of Queen Elizabeth highlight how free Australia is

Two days ago, when Prime Minister Anthony Albanese led a national day of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II, a handful of radical protesters took to the streets chanting obscenities and burning flags. Good. In fact, it wasn’t just a good thing, it was a great thing. Because no other act could better prove the freedom … Read more

Joe Hildebrand: Protests with burning flag of Queen Elizabeth highlight how free Australia is

Two days ago, when Prime Minister Anthony Albanese led a national day of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II, a handful of radical protesters took to the streets chanting obscenities and burning flags. Good. In fact, it wasn’t just a good thing, it was a great thing. Because no other act could better prove the freedom … Read more

Joe Hildebrand: Protests with burning flag of Queen Elizabeth highlight how free Australia is

Two days ago, when Prime Minister Anthony Albanese led a national day of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II, a handful of radical protesters took to the streets chanting obscenities and burning flags. Good. In fact, it wasn’t just a good thing, it was a great thing. Because no other act could better prove the freedom … Read more

5 ways companies get the idea of ​​remote working wrong

Story after story of work over the past few months has focused on companies trying to return to “normal” as society moves forward after the pandemic. Chief among these is remote working for white-collar workers who have been doing almost all or much of their work from home in the past two years, first thanks … Read more

Commentary: Imposter Syndrome Is A Professional Superpower – Embrace It

FAIRFAX COUNTY, Virginia: I have a new motto: embrace your inner deceiver. On a recent episode of Lex Fridman’s podcast, Magnus Carlsen, arguably the greatest chess player of all time, confessed to having a sense of “impostor syndrome” — and the topic of discussion, to be clear, was chess, not world politics. Impostor syndrome is … Read more

New school academy proposed for Qld children who ‘stay behind’

Hundreds of students from a remote area of ​​Queensland, 500 km from the nearest public secondary school, are sent to boarding school or drop out in Year 10. The Lower Gulf of Carpentaria region has a private Christian high school in Normanton, but community leaders say it never had a public high school in the … Read more

Welcome to Liz Truss’ Britain. Everyone is going to strike – POLITICS

Press play to listen to this article LONDON — As Liz Truss takes office as Britain’s new prime minister, she faces an immediate problem. Half of Britain’s workforce appears to be going on strike. Across the country, railroad workers, lawyers, dockers, bus drivers, garbage collectors, Amazon workers and even journalists are walking away from the … Read more

China’s Uyghur abuses ‘could constitute crimes against humanity’, UN finds – POLITICO

In a blistering report, the outgoing UN human rights chief confirmed that China has committed “serious human rights violations” against the Uyghur Muslim community, adding that such acts may constitute crimes against humanity. Michelle Bachelet, who published the much-anticipated 48-page report only 13 minutes before the end of her term Wednesday night, called on countries … Read more

Nursing home uses robot to help patients with dementia

Nursing home uses robot to help patients with dementia – CBS News Watch CBS News Staffing shortages at nursing homes has forced some facilities to think outside the box. A Minnesota nursing home is using a robot to help residents with memory problems and keep them active. Omar Villafranca shares more. Be the first to … Read more