By now, many people are familiar with the notorious images and footage, of the seemingly endless convoy of ISIL fighters crossing the boarders of Syria and Iraq.
Australia has lost 42 troops, spent at least $7 billion and committed 15 years to the longest war we have ever been engaged, in Afghanistan.
With so much controversy surrounding the medicinal cannabis ruling in Australia – despite being available across 29 states of the USA, Argentina, Austria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Croatia & the Czech Republic all having some form of program in place – there has been historically a considerable lack of action when it comes to the tremendous relief medicinal cannabis offers to sufferers of debilitating diseases.
Is Freedom of speech a constitutional right in Australia?
Tax avoidance by multinationals and large corporations has become a systemic problem in Australia or at least become a more publicised issue.
Truth in Australia brought you earlier a report on total foreign investment in Australia, yet the data was only complete till 2015.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) in Australia was touted as the next big thing in the roll-out of a nationwide broadband in Australia as Australia’s Federal Government drummed up support for this new initiative – it was definitely exciting times for Australians. However, this project dubbed ‘‘the biggest infrastructure project’’ in the country at that time has not lived up to the hype and expectations the Liberal Government promised.
Despite many politicians and organisations misrepresenting facts on purpose to stir emotional reaction and driving their own political agenda, the vast majority of Australia is owned by Australia.
When you think of Australia, many thoughts enter one’s mind but nothing quite sums it up like our own national anthem. “Our land abounds in nature’s gifts, Of beauty rich and rare”
When you think of Australia, many thoughts enter one’s mind but nothing quite sums it up like our own national anthem.
“Our land abounds in nature’s gifts, Of beauty rich and rare”
The world is ever changing, and one of the driving factors of this change is the endless pursuit of knowledge and the inevitable technological advancements.
Amongst the most hotly contested debates across the globe is renewable vs. non renewable energy production.
In Australia, key arguments revolve around the environmental and economic impacts for the nation.
Which sources of energy production are the cheapest for the consumer today and in the future?