30th Prime Minister of Australia
Communism Exposed:East and West
Boris Johnson, Scott Morrison, and Pompeo Speak on AUKUS at Hudson Institute Event
ABC fails to take accountability for its involvement in Stan Grant's departure, the US to increase military presence in the Pacific. Plus, former prime minister Scott Morrison issues a stark warning about the Indigenous Voice to Parliament.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ever since Scott Morrison was booted as prime minister, exactly a year ago this past weekend, the rumour mill has been in overdrive. When will he leave politics? Calls for his resignation have been coming since Morrison was accused of undermining our democracy. That was last year, when we found out he had secretly appointed himself to five senior ministries when he was in power. Today, national affairs editor James Massola joins Samantha Selinger-Morris to discuss what happens when a former PM won't exit stage left.Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Charles and Dom are back, but Biden is not! And Scomo would be, did he not pose a severe reputational risk. You can lose the ads and get more content! Become a Chaser Report VIP member at http://apple.co/thechaser OR https://plus.acast.com/s/the-chaser-report. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week marks a year since Anthony Albanese and the Labor party swept into power, promising a new chapter of Australian politics. Guardian Australia political reporter Amy Remeikis joins Laura Murphy-Oates to discuss the defining moments of Labor's first year in office, and whether it's living up to a promise to ‘leave no one behind'
There comes a time when politicians say ‘enough is enough' and they leave parliament. Often they depart the stage without anyone really noticing, other times it's worth pausing and marking their storied parliamentary careers. That's the case for Stuart Robert, who has called time on politics after 16 years – during which time he presided over the robo debt scandal, a bag of Rolexes, and made his name as Scott Morrison's ‘brother Stewie'. Today, senior reporter for The Saturday Paper Rick Morton on the incredible parliamentary life of Stuart Robert and the last scandal hanging over his departure. Socials: Stay in touch with us on Twitter and Instagram Guest: Senior reporter for The Saturday Paper, Rick Morton
This week, Mike and Jude are joined by Scott Morrison, former Australian Prime Minister and leader of the Federal Parliamentary Liberal Party from 2018-2022. The conversation begins by assessing developments in China-Australia relations during Morrison's time in office, delving into the various equities at play and domestic debates that unfolded as the government reevaluated the links between economics and national security and moved to a tougher approach on China. They then discuss Australia's experience with Chinese economic coercion, and the importance of finding alignment between partners to build resilience to Chinese pressure. Next, they reflect on the growing strategic importance of the Quad, AUKUS, and Australia's relationship with India. They wrap up with a discussion of U.S. strategy in the Indo-Pacific, assessing effective elements and identifying where U.S. policy needs to be improved.
If you have a smart speaker in your home, you know the pain. If you don't, let this be a lesson to you. You can lose the ads and get more content! Become a Chaser Report VIP member at http://apple.co/thechaser OR https://plus.acast.com/s/the-chaser-report. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
New evidence China attempted to embarrass Scott Morrison at the last federal election, Alcohol-fuelled violence continues to plague the Northern Territory. Plus, Robert Kennedy Jr takes on Joe Biden for the Democrat nomination.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stars Head Coach Scott Morrison joins Ben Anderson & Sam Farnsworth to talk about the teams playoff run.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
[02:16] The 14 Grievances[05:56] Canberra's New Rhetoric[07:54] Self-Censorship[11:12] Decision Making Tightrope[13:00] Darwin Port Lease[14:00] Foreign Investment Review Board[18:00] AUKUS Announcement in Washington[20:13] Australia and the Quad[23:19] Within the Albanese Government[27:05] Australia on Taiwan[31:21] America's China Policy
The RBA hikes interest rates for a tenth straight month. Chalmers' hypocrisy over the government's role in display. Plus, Pauline Hanson on Scott Morrison's statement about his stance on vaccine mandates.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sharri sits down with former prime minister Scott Morrison and discusses his government's response to COVID-19 and China's security threat to Australia. Plus, NSW government may extend the life of a coal-fired power station.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Embodying Maitri: The Essential Ingredient with Erin Geesaman Rabke We're delighted to share with you this podcast where Erin speaks about the practice of Maitri. Maitri is a Sanskrit word often translated as “lovingkindness” but several teachers in our lineage have gone further, naming it “courageous unconditional friendliness,” or “brave warmheartedness.” In this episode, Erin speaks about the importance of this practice in living a healing life. Traditional Buddhist teachings suggest beginning the practice with oneself, then extending our circles of care ever outward. Erin shares personal stories of working with this practice, and invites you in. She also shares about her upcoming online class Maitri: A Courtship with the Essential Ingredient. You can learn more about that offering here. https://embodimentmatters.com/maitri-courting-the-essential-ingredient/ Erin refers to a few sources of inspiration in this episode including: To Love and Be Loved: The Difficult Yoga of Relationship with Stephen and Ondrea Levine https://www.soundstrue.com/products/to-love-and-be-loved bell hooks All About Love https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17607.All_About_Love Her Interview with Thich Nhat Hanh https://plumvillage.org/about/thich-nhat-hanh/interviews-with-thich-nhat-hanh/interview-with-bell-hooks-january-1-2000/ Open and Innocent by Scott Morrison https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3397459-open-and-innocent There is Nothing Wrong with You by Cheri Huber https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/27580.There_Is_Nothing_Wrong_with_You And Mary Oliver's poem, To Begin with the Sweet Grass https://embodimentmatters.com/love-yourself/
Guardian Australia's political editor, Katharine Murphy, speaks to the prime minister, Anthony Albanese, about his time in office so far, the voice to parliament and dealing with challenges from instability in Europe. He also reflects on whether he would have pursued the controversial Aukus security agreement differently to his predecessor, Scott Morrison
Wow, I cannot believe I am bringing you the 100th episode!Today I will summarise some of the critical topics The Payroll Podcast has covered. These topics include payroll tax compliance; employee benefits; the use of technology; automation; innovation; global complexities; education; payroll's evolution from transactional operation to strategic function; payroll career pathways, and much more.The Covid pandemic accelerated a change in perspective towards Payroll. Payroll professionals were rightly praised as they worked tirelessly to keep the UK paid after over 11.7 million employee jobs were put through the furlough scheme at the cost of £70 billion. World leaders, such as the Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, even publicly thanked the efforts of payroll practitioners "for playing your part in what has been an extraordinary effort." As a result, Payroll has been thrust into the limelight, and with it, we have seen an explosion of new payroll career pathways open within the industry.Therefore, as we embark on the next 100 episodes, I will continue to endeavour to cover a wide range of topics, from digitisation and automation to global payroll transformation and emerging trends, and much more!However, before we look forward, I also want to look back at some of the many insights and conversations that have helped shape the payroll industry into what it is today.Here are 18 key takeaways I have discovered during the 99 episodes recorded to date:Automation of payroll processes is increasing, allowing payroll professionals to focus on more strategic tasks and improve efficiency. Meanwhile, remember that automation and technology will not replace the payroll professional, but tasks within the traditional payroll role will.Integrating AI and machine learning in payroll processes will become more prevalent, providing new opportunities for automation, data analysis, and process optimisation. Companies are continuing to invest in payroll technologies. HCM and Payroll tech is a multi-billion-pound industry. On-Demand Pay is a particular area companies invest in because these solutions help employers manage earned wage access requests. Will this mean the dissolution of our traditional payroll cycles? Quite possibly.The employee is now the centre of the payroll experience. The employee payroll experience is becoming more critical as companies strive to attract and retain top talent. Companies will increasingly focus on creating a positive payroll experience for employees to improve retention and attract top talent.Payroll professionals should stay informed about the latest trends and technologies in the industry to position themselves for success in the future.Continuing education and professional development are essential for payroll professionals to stay ahead of the curve. Skills are the currency of the future; employees need to take actions that enable them to prepare for the future of automation, analytics and AI.The increase in global workforces will result in more cross-border payments and expertise concerning country-related payroll legislation. The barrier to hiring talent in international locations has been lowered, so this trend will only increase. In addition, the ability to deliver global payroll services remotely will become increasingly important, requiring new technologies and strategies to ensure smooth operations.There are a variety of career pathways available in Payroll across Global Payroll, data analytics, and technology. In fact, we recently identified over 60 career pathways, and yet I suspect that number has already increased to almost 100.Cloud-based payroll systems will continue to gain popularity as they provide increased flexibility, scalability, and security for remote payroll operations.Smart Interactive Payslips will make the payment process more efficient and...
Dr. Scott Morrison discusses all things ethics and his experience on the ADA Board of Trustees. Join us in listening to this continued series recorded live from Smilecon. Hosted by Dr. Alex Mellion.
For this BEST OF 2022, we revisit the time Ronni Salt first appeared on The Chaser Report to rip into Scott Morrison. You can lose the ads and get more content! Become a Chaser Report VIP member at http://apple.co/thechaser OR https://plus.acast.com/s/the-chaser-report. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Scott Morrison managed to be at the centre of multiple controversies this year, even after losing the election in May. One of his forays back in the headlines occurred after delivering a lengthy address at a Pentecostal church in Perth. In it, he referenced Satan, miracles and God's plan, telling the faithful it would be a mistake to trust in governments like they trust in God. Radio National Breakfast host Patricia Karvelas unpacked what he said and why they matter. Originally published on 21 July, 2022 Featured: Patricia Karvelas, host, ABC RN Breakfast
Today: Monday 2 January 2023 CMP20230102 Welcome to the first edition from the “Cory Media Podcasts” feed. I appreciate you subscribing/following and most importantly, listening to the show. On this episode I look in on two stories to come from the Royal Commission here in Australia that's investigating the scheme of the former federal government that essentially sent out debt notices to many Australian's on welfare who also work. Story one is about the horrific treatment of carer, Sandra Bevan from Queensland, the other is of former Prime Minister Scott Morrison who was social services Minister at the time of the creation of what's become known as the Robodebt scheme. Robodebt makes me sad and mad. You may feel the same. Let me know if you've experienced similar targeting during the lifetime of the Centrelink scheme. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-12-16/qld-robodebt-scheme-government-royal-commission-victim/101780890 https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-12-14/scott-morrison-fronts-robodebt-inquiry/101771092 Follow and turn notifications on so you can be alerted when new episodes are released. CORY MEDIA PODCASTS with Cory O'Connor - on Anchor, Apple, Google, iHeart Radio, Spotify and more. https://anchor.fm/cmpodcasts | https://corymedia.au/cmp --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cmpodcasts/message