Fuel and taxes, rich do well
for Bridgeclimb Sydney.
He also worked with some of the other major attraction around Sydney Harbour.
“I am passionate about guest experience, financial management and health and safety, and I hope to bring a valuable skill set to the organisation in each of these areas,” Mr Hinks said.
Good luck mate, Dubbo needs its vibrant zoo, and hopefully one that looks outside itself to create as much extra value to the broader city as it can, as well as fulfilling its own charter. PETROL at the pump goes up far quicker, it seems, than the actual oil price – that’s the perception anyway, far be it for me to be spreading ‘fake news’.
The oil majors hold the prices up at the bowser way after the cost of an oil barrel plummets, so once again it seems the fat cats are getting rich at the expense of the vast majority of the people, and once again our toothless government doesn’t seem to care.
More news also on the high-flying corporate tax dodgers is coming to light, courtesy of a worldwide network of investigative journalists including those at the ABC’S Four Corners.
The consumer gets ripped off, then these transnationals and extraordinarily wealthy individuals rip us a new one at the other end of the scale, allowed to arrange their tax affairs so they pay little to zero tax, and that’s after raping our national treasures.
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The aftermath of Monday’s rain: water across the Lady Cutler fields.