Government tells UK farmers to ‘stop being defensive’ and embrace Australia trade deal

first_img Tags: Brexit The UK wants to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership with countries including Australia, Canada, Japan and New Zealand. Michiel Willems She said the UK is looking at parts of the world where growth is expected in future as she defended the Australia deal, which is forecast to add just 0.01 per cent to 0.02 per cent to the size of the economy. “The numbers you are talking about, that is a static analysis of the world as it is now,” Truss said “What we are seeing is a huge rise in trade with the Asia-Pacific market. Also Read: Brexit: ‘Undocumented’ EU citizens may face deportation as settlement deadline nears Farmers and animal welfare campaigners are concerned the deal with Australia will lead to cheaper imports undercutting British meat which is produced to higher standards. The UK-Australia trade agreement, announced yesterday, will serve as a “stepping stone” to a wider trans-Pacific pact, the International Trade Secretary said as she rejected farmers’ concerns about the deal. “Australia is important in itself – we are likely to see a 30 per cent increase in trade with Australia by 2030.” Also Read: First summer post-Brexit: Panic among desperate UK farmers as hundreds of thousands of fruit pickers stay away The government insisted there will be opportunities for British farmers to sell produce into Australia and “we’ve got to stop being defensive”. (Getty Images) Government tells UK farmers to ‘stop being defensive’ and embrace Australia trade deal Pacific region Liz Truss insisted there will be opportunities for British farmers to sell produce into Australia and “we’ve got to stop being defensive”. Wednesday 16 June 2021 11:10 am NFU president Minette Batters said: “We will need to know more about any provisions on animal welfare and the environment to ensure our high standards of production are not undermined by the terms of this deal.” On ITV’s Good Morning Britain, she was challenged about the relatively small economic benefits of the deal compared with the estimated 4 per cent long-term hit to UK productivity as a result of Brexit. Truss added: “Australia has some very high animal welfare standards and in fact in some cases they are higher standards than many EU countries, where we already have a quota-free, tariff-free deal.” “Australia mainly sell into the Asia-Pacific markets, which have much higher prices than here in the UK and Europe,” she said. She added it is “also a stepping stone to the trans-Pacific partnership which is a major deal with 11 countries in the Pacific region, population 500m, and what we are seeing is that is a very fast-growing part of the world where there is huge demand for British goods”. “But what the deal will also enable us to do is get more opportunities for our farmers in those markets like Vietnam, like those other markets, where there is growing demand for British beef and lamb. She told the BBC that hormone-injected beef remains banned from the UK and “there is virtually no trade in products like chickens because it is so far away”. Share RSPCA chief executive Chris Sherwood warned it is legal in Australia to mutilate the rear end of sheep, while chicken can be washed with chlorine and almost half of cattle are given growth hormones. “So we need to look outwards. I think we’ve got to stop being defensive and look at where the opportunities are.” Truss told Sky News there is a 15-year transition period before Australia has quota-free access to the UK. whatsapp Show Comments ▼ More From Our Partners Russell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comA ProPublica investigation has caused outrage in the U.S. this weekvaluewalk.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgFlorida woman allegedly crashes children’s birthday party, rapes teennypost.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.orgKiller drone ‘hunted down a human target’ without being told tonypost.comNative American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgBiden received funds from top Russia lobbyist before Nord Stream 2 giveawaynypost.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little‘Neighbor from hell’ faces new charges after scaring off home buyersnypost.comFeds seized 18 devices from Rudy Giuliani and his employees in April raidnypost.comBill Gates reportedly hoped Jeffrey Epstein would help him win a Nobelnypost.comMark Eaton, former NBA All-Star, dead at 64nypost.comWhy people are finding dryer sheets in their mailboxesnypost.comMatt Gaetz swindled by ‘malicious actors’ in $155K boat sale boondogglenypost.comConnecticut man dies after crashing Harley into live bearnypost.comInside Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’ not-so-average farmhouse estatenypost.comKamala Harris keeps list of reporters who don’t ‘understand’ her: whatsapplast_img read more

Moose stomps on Alaska man’s foot after he kicked her

first_imgPublic Safety | WildlifeMoose stomps on Alaska man’s foot after he kicked herApril 6, 2018 by Associated Press Share:ANCHORAGE — State officials say a man was injured north of Anchorage after a moose that he had just kicked stomped his foot in return.KTVA-TV reports that the moose injured the man Thursday morning. State Department of Fish and Game spokesman Ken Marsh said the man escaped major injuries in the encounter. Marsh said the cow and a calf were on a trail, and the “guy was trying to go through them” when he kicked the mother.Alaska Troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters said the two moose involved left the area after the moose stomped on the man’s foot.Peters advised others “not to go around kicking moose.”Marsh emphasized the vastly superior leg strength of a moose, saying a kicking contest with an ungulate is questionable.Share this story:last_img read more

Mt. Edgecumbe High School honors Tlingit elder and historian Gil Truitt

first_imgAlaska Native Arts & Culture | History | SoutheastMt. Edgecumbe High School honors Tlingit elder and historian Gil TruittFebruary 24, 2021 by Erin McKinstry, KCAW – Sitka Share:Longtime educator and coach Gil Truitt speaks after receiving the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award during an April 19 ceremony in Juneau. He and seven others were honored by the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska. (Photo by CCTHITA)Mt. Edgecumbe High School celebrated Gil Truitt Day on Tuesday and honored the Tlingit elder and local historian with a plaque dedication and tribute. The holiday has been part of the school’s founders’ week celebrations for two years. It’s particularly poignant this year because it’s the first since the death of the former teacher and administrator last July.When Bernie Gurule became principal at Mt. Edgecumbe High School, one of the first people he talked to was Gil Truitt.“He emphasized to me that Mt. Edgecumbe High School is more than just a school, it’s more than just a boarding school. Mt. Edgecumbe High School is an institution. Mt. Edgecumbe High School is a family,” Gurule said. “He went on to say, ‘Mr. Gurule, many of our students come from hard lives and tough backgrounds. We will not lower our standards or expectations, and more importantly, Bernie, we will not allow anybody else to do so.”For Truitt, supporting students like family meant holding them to high standards around self-discipline, academic achievement and personal conduct. It’s advice that Gurule said has shaped his approach as academic principal of the school. And it’s just one of Truitt’s many legacies. He spent 34 years working as a teacher, basketball coach and administrator at the school, but his influence extended long after he retired in 1990.“His place at Mt. Edgecumbe High School and the significance of his place really can’t be overstated,” said Mt. Edgecumbe High School history teacher Dionne Brady-Howard.Brady-Howard is a former student of Truitt’s and she remembers his lectures on sportsmanship, school pride and treating one another as family. They are conversations that she continues to have with her students to this day.“We are kind of like their borrowed parents for their one to four years that they spend at Mt. Edgecumbe. And so those conversations are some of the most important education that actually happens,” Brady-Howard said.Truitt was part of Mt. Edgecumbe High School’s first graduating class. Along with Brady-Howard’s grandmother, he was also instrumental in getting the legislature to reopen the boarding school after the Bureau of Indian Affairs closed it in 1983. Without him, the school may not exist today.Mt. Edgecumbe High School Academic Principal Bernie Gurule pays tribute to Gil Truitt during a plaque dedication in the MEHS gymnasium on Tuesday evening. The plaque will hang in the entrance of the Gil Truitt Activities Center. (Photo by Erin McKinstry/KCAW)But his legacy extends beyond Mt. Edgecumbe High School. He was also a local historian and shared his knowledge with the community in his Sitka Sentinel column “Gilnettings.” Through his research, he mapped nearly 300 residences of Sitka’s former “Indian Village” and helped the Sitka Tribe of Alaska acquire the land for the current Sheet’ká Ḵwáan Naa Kahídi community house, after discovering that the site of the former BIA school had to be used for Native education.“He was actually the caretaker of a lot of knowledge about Sitka’s history, about Sitka’s history as far as Native families,” Brady-Howard said. “And you know which clan houses were where and belonging to whom and which families were connected with one another and how.”Truitt grew up in Sitka’s Cottage settlement, a Native community that stood on Presbyterian mission land at the time. By the age of 15, he’d lost both of his parents. He also faced prejudice growing up in a highly segregated town.“But my dad never lived his life as a victim,” his son Ken Truitt said. Truitt and his wife Shirley had three children. “In spite of the racial prejudice that he would’ve experienced growing up, he also would’ve at real critical moments in his life experienced extraordinary generosity and support from the non-Native community. “After losing his mother, he was accepted at the BIA school in Wrangell but had no money to pay the fare to get there. A Sitka businessman stepped in to help. When he couldn’t afford tuition at Harding University in Arkansas, his basketball coach collected donations from Sitka organizations, Native and non-Native.“I think he had this real sense of a debt to the entire community and a debt in not a bad way — but a debt that he was going to be committed to always working to make Sitka a better place,” he said.Ken Truitt will always remember his father for his open affection, his subversive sense of humor and his love of sports — a love that he didn’t share but came to understand as he grew older.“I asked him, I said, you know, ‘Dad, tell me what’s the big deal about sports?’ And he just said, ‘You know, when I was growing up, we weren’t able to play on the white teams and so we had our own teams and on the basketball courts,” Ken Truitt said. “Everybody knew what the rules were. And you had a chance to compete and you had a chance to win. And more often than not, we would win.”Gil Truitt received countless awards throughout his lifetime, including an honorary doctorate of law from the University of Alaska Anchorage, a President’s Lifetime Achievement Award from the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska and multiple hall of fame inductions. He was a member of the Wooshkeetaan, or Shark, Clan of the Eagle Moiety. Share this story:last_img read more

People / Robert Van de Weg goes his own way with AirWay Cargo

first_img Robert Van de Weg has launched his own business to advise air freight companies.Mr Van de Weg, who until earlier this year was Volga-Dnepr Group’s SVP sales and marketing, has formed AirWay Cargo, a company focused on advising airlines, airports, GSAs and forwarders.“The objective is to help them improve their cargo business in a pragmatic way,” he told The Loadstar. “The focus is mainly on network management, capacity and revenue management, product management and on organizational advice.”Mr Van de Weg, an economist by education, has a wealth of experience in air freight and is well-respected by colleagues and rivals alike. Prior to heading sales at AirBridgeCargo Airlines and later Volga-Dnepr Group as a whole, he was sales and network chief in Cargolux management team for more than 11 years. By Alex Lennane 07/09/2017 Stan Wraight, president of SASI, commented: “Robert’s contribution to air cargo and the rapidly changing environment we are living in, is great news for the industry. While we all acknowledge that history and experience is invaluable and Robert has that, he is also very forward thinking and progressive in knowing how we must address issues, and that’s what any potential clients he may secure, need at this time.”Mr Van de Weg started his new venture in May, and said he is “pleased so far’ with the results.last_img read more

News / Kerry Logistics takeover by SF Holding creates ‘biggest logistics group in Asia’

first_imgSF added that it would open up its own air capacity to Kerry to increase loading rates. Just a decade old, SF Airlines is already China’s largest freighter operator with nearly 60 aircraft in its fleet.The integrator has undergone rapid expansion in recent years on the back of China’s e-commerce boom, becoming one of the largest last-mile delivery firms for the likes of Alibaba and Its value has reportedly tripled over the past year, to around $72bn – larger than FedEx.For its part, Kerry Logistics emphasised the deal was “not an acquisition”, but a “collaboration on capital resources and business operations”.According to the South China Morning Post, Kerry Logistics will take over the international operations of the combined group, despite the deal reducing Kerry Holdings’ share of KLN from 63% to 32%, pending approval from shareholders.SF chairman Dick Wong said the deal was the culmination of four years of negotiations.“The majority shareholder [Kerry Holdings] has trusted SF Holding enough that they are willing to relinquish control in the group, as we both feel that there is a genuine need to collaborate [amid the quickly evolving market].”Kerry Holdings is owned by Malaysian billionaire Robert Kuok, with cash-rich KLN growing via a string of freight forwarding acquisitions in recent years, including US-based Apex Maritime in 2016, one of the largest NVOCCs on the transpacific.According to Transport Intelligence, Kerry closely trails the top four global forwarders in ocean freight volumes and lies around 14th in terms of airfreight.Loadstar Premium noted on Monday it was “almost unheard of” for an integrator such as SF Express, which focuses largely on B2C operations, to step into 3PL territory and make inroads into the B2B arena.Nevertheless, global head of Premium Alessandro Pasetti said: “Several sources indicate that the Chinese mammoth, with its $72bn market cap and under-leveraged balance sheet, won’t be done with deal-making in forwarding after this M&A round – if, as expected, it successfully closes.“The Asians are ready when it comes to spending top dollar in M&A; the Europeans and Americans not so much,” he added. Chinese express giant SF Holding is to acquire a 51.8% stake in Hong Kong’s Kerry Logistics Network – a landmark $2.3bn deal creating the “biggest logistics group in Asia”.In a filing to the Shenzhen stock exchange late last night, SF Holding, which operates courier firm SF Express, said the move would help expand its international footprint and freight forwarding operations through Kerry’s extensive South-east Asia network and its strength on US and European tradelanes.“Air and ocean freight forwarding and customs clearance capabilities can improve SF Holdings’ end-to-end supply chain solutions, combining the company’s existing international cargo shipping capabilities to further strengthen the international transport business,” SF said.The SF filing noted that, by combining its air cargo volumes with Kerry’s, the company would be able to “obtain better bargaining power against external airlines.” By Sam Whelan 10/02/2021last_img read more

Rewriting the path from Baekdu to Halla

first_imgNews Rewriting the path from Baekdu to Halla RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR There are signs that North Korea is running into serious difficulties with its corn harvest “It’s been 70 years since the South and North were separated, so I do believe there are certain differences, but I don’t think they are insurmountable. I think it’s important to recognize what those differences are and be willing to communicate. I believe that thought itself is enough to bring the two sides closer.” When asked what she thinks of unification, this is what Kim Yu Na (Hanyoung Foreign Language High School) told your correspondent, who recently set out with a group of students on a one-week ‘unification pilgrimage.’ AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] Yu Na, who also took part in the trip, is areporter for a teen newspaper called ‘Wave’ that works to promote human rightsfor North Korean defectors. She said she came to learn about the importance ofhuman rights through a students club and has since gained more interest inNorth Korea and issues related to unification.“I get to indirectly experience the cultureof North Korea through a school friend who escaped the North,” she explained.By taking part in the trip, Yu Na said she would like to realize a ‘smallunification’ within the group that includes many defector students by reducingthe rift between the South and North.The ‘unification pilgrimage’ was a projectsponsored by the Ministry of the Interior and jointly headed by four groups:Two for One, NK Watch, We Make Korea, and Hi-Dream. The trip was planned withthe goal to provide teenagers with proper values and the foundation to becomefuture leaders for unification.The participants had the opportunity tohonor independence activists that fought for the country’s liberation fromJapan’s colonial rule seven decades ago and were also able to visit Mt. Baekdu,which embodies the nation’s spirit, as well as the Tumen River that separatesthe North from the rest of the world, witnessing the reality of living in adivided country.Carrying on the spirit of Ahn Jung Geun SHARE By Daily NK – 2015.10.22 7:09pm Entire border patrol unit in North Hamgyong Province placed into quarantine following “paratyphoid” outbreak Facebook Twitter News Member Kim Yu Na from the group. Image: Daily NK Memorial stone for Ahn Jung Geun at China’s Zhaolin Park. The calligraphy written by Ahn reads ‘cheongchodang’ (pond of green grass), which reflects his longing for a free Korea just like fresh spring grass. Image: Daily NK On the first day, the group traveled toZhaolin Park, where a memorial stone for independence fighter Ahn Jung Geun, islocated. The park itself was erected to celebrate China’s General Li Zhaolin,who fought against Japanese colonialists. The calligraphy on the stone‘cheongchodang’ was written by Ahn while he was in prison in Lushun, China,after assassinating Japan’s former Resident-General to Korea Ito Hirobumi.Ahn had left a will asking to be buried atZhaolin Park while Korea is still under colonial rule. The park in that senserepresents his determination to avenge his country. Members Lee Ju Yeong (left), Joo Ha Seong (right). Image: Daily NK Students from the South and North pose for a photo at Incheon Airport before leaving for China on a ‘unification pilgrimage.” Image: Daily NK News News In the presence of Ahn’s spirit in thisforeign land, the teenage members were solemn. Lee Ju Yeong particularly spenta lot of time staring at the memorial stone.  “The reason why I’m here is because of ourancestors,” he said. “I’m very moved to be able to see traces that Ahn leftbehind after only having learned about him in textbooks.”Another member Joo Ha Seong also shared histhoughts, saying that he would have fought for independence had he been bornduring the colonial rule. “I’m going to live each day to its best to make suretheir sacrifice was not in vain,” he added.The defectors taking part in the trip saidthey did not learn about independence activists who fought against theJapanese. Being so focused on the idolization of the ruling Kim family, NorthKorea does not allow any education on other figures outside of the Kims.The state does create songs and moviesabout Ahn to step up anti-Japanese sentiment and fire up patriotism, butstudents do not learn about the significance of Ahn’s work and legacy,according to defectors.“We didn’t have time to learn about AhnJung Geun in school,” Kim Eun Il, who escaped from the North, said. “We had towork a lot to get by, and the teachers never taught us properly.”“I will work hard to guard the KoreanPeninsula that our ancestors fought to protect and I hope to contribute toKorea’s unification as a young defector in the future,” Eun Il added. North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with Chinalast_img read more

MSS agents go deep undercover, disguise themselves as goat herders

first_img News RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR MSS agents go deep undercover, disguise themselves as goat herders North Korea’s Ministry of State Security has ratcheted up its efforts to arrest residents making international calls with Chinese mobile phones. In one recent incident, agents reportedly disguised themselves as goat herders to try and make an arrest.“On April 5 in Hyesan City, two residents were nearly apprehended while making a call to South Korea. The MSS agents were disguised as goat herders, and apparently the disguise was quite believable,” a source in Ryanggang Province told Daily NK on April 12.“The residents are said to have narrowly escaped after fleeing over three mountains. But that was not the end of the ordeal, as there were many people (presumably other MSS agents) wearing ordinary clothing waiting at the foot of the mountains as well,” the source added.The incident suggests that MSS agents are diversifying their methods to catch residents who head deep into the mountains to make calls.“There are few people now who are naive enough to make calls within their homes, and most people make them nearby, high in the mountains. Being well aware of this situation, the MSS agents seem to be adapting their methods as well,” said a separate source in Ryanggang Province.“But I couldn’t imagine that they would disguise themselves as goat herders or ordinary people to crack down on mobile phone users. The methods of the MSS agents are evolving,” the source noted. AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] News News SHAREcenter_img By Daily NK – 2017.04.15 12:42pm North Korea Market Price Update: June 8, 2021 (Rice and USD Exchange Rate Only) NewsEconomy US dollar and Chinese reminbi plummet against North Korean won once again Facebook Twitter Proposal to shift “general markets” to “specialized markets” finds little support among N. Korean leaderslast_img read more

Fintech gets boost through Montreal-based initiative

first_imgThe program will provide 10 spots for entrepreneurs to benefit from hands-on support through partners, training, mentorship and immersion in the fintech environment. Montreal-based software developer Stradigi AI, will also serve as a resource to participants.“Coming from a family of entrepreneurs, it feels very logical to me to honour the entrepreneurial spirit that the family has been cultivating, with a focus on fintech and artificial intelligence (AI)” Brendan Holt Dunn, founder and managing partner for the Holt Fintech Accelerator Program, said in a statement. “We want to give back to the community and, thanks to this program, we’ll definitely be able to make a difference in the future for these startups.”Holdun says future sustainability for fintech is a key consideration, and the program will look to provide support in the form of sponsorships, funds and business models.Jan Christopher Arp, founder of Montreal-based FormFintech, will serve as co-managing partner of the program. Holdun, a financial services company with roots in Montreal, announced on Thursday the launch of the Holt Fintech Acceleration Program, an initiative created to support the next generation of entrepreneurs operating in the fintech industry.The program is designed to extend the entrepreneurial legacy of Sir Herbert Holt, the pioneer developer of utility company Hydro-Quebec and former president of Toronto-based Royal Bank of Canada. Financial Technology concept illustration of Businessman pointing at abstract blue business charts and icons peshkova/123RF Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Wealthsimple’s peer-to-peer app goes national Mogo to acquire investing app Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Keywords FintechCompanies Holt Fintech Accelerator Estateably expands to Alberta Leah Golob Related news read more

Gov’t Looking to Relocate Tinson Pen Aerodrome

first_imgGov’t Looking to Relocate Tinson Pen Aerodrome UncategorizedOctober 10, 2007 RelatedGov’t Looking to Relocate Tinson Pen Aerodrome RelatedGov’t Looking to Relocate Tinson Pen Aerodrome FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Minister of Transport and Works, Mike Henry, has said that the government was considering relocating the Tinson Pen Aerodrome to the Caymanas area of St. Catherine.The Minister, who was speaking at a recent JIS Think Tank, explained that the Port Authority of Jamaica is running out of space in its phased expansion of the Port of Kingston and has already begun to use sections of the lands on which the Tinson Pen Aerodrome is situated. “We are looking at relocating the facility to Caymanas,” the Minister said.In the meantime, Mr. Henry praised Chief Executive Officer of the Port Authority, Noel Hylton and his management team, for their administration of Jamaica’s sea ports.Citing some of the achievements and developments in Jamaica’s maritime industry, the Transport Minister said that four new gantry cranes for handling shipping containers were commissioned into service in Kingston while cruise shipping has expanded significantly.Port facilities, he highlighted, are being developed in Falmouth in preparation for the world’s largest cruise vessel, that will have 18 stories, to call at that port on its maiden voyage.The Minister also mentioned that the Port Authority is anxious to commence the development of Fort Augusta as an extension of the Port of Kingston. He noted however that Cabinet has not yet done a review of the plans in the context of the overall port development plans and said, “how we deal with the Palisadoes strip is critical”.center_img RelatedGov’t Looking to Relocate Tinson Pen Aerodrome Advertisementslast_img read more

Facebook destroying its social license by restricting Australian news content

first_imgFacebook destroying its social license by restricting Australian news content Australia Institute“Facebook’s decision to prevent users viewing or sharing public interest journalism will make it a weaker social network,” said Peter Lewis, director of the Australia Institute’s Centre for Responsible Technology.“The social network is destroying its social license to operate. Facebook actions mean the company’s failures in privacy, disinformation, and data protection will require a bigger push for stronger government regulation.“Without fact-based news to anchor it, Facebook will become little more than cute cats and conspiracy theories.“At a time when the importance of facts in dealing with a global health crisis are critical, Facebook’s decision is arrogant, reckless, and dangerous.“For years Facebook has been holding back against valuing facts and taking accountability for what their network promotes.“It has honed advertising models that excite, enrage, and divide its users and fails to recognise the benefits of anchoring its network in ethically-curated news content.“If Facebook determines to treat Australians with such contempt, Australians should respond by ending its use of Facebook and using alternate ways to connect online.” /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Australia, Australia Institute, Australian, conspiracy, crisis, director, Facebook, global health, Government, Internet, online, public interest, regulation, technologylast_img read more