A fireball-like meteor was last night seen in the skies above our Howell House, before coming to ground possibly near the border with Victoria.
“They met on a dating site for divorced singles. His profile was unexciting, which was exactly why she wrote to him. Forty-two years old, divorced once, lives in a Tel Aviv suburb. Not ‘excited to swallow life whole’ or ‘on a self-discovery journey I’d like you to join me on….’ Three pictures…all of which showed something reassuring about his face, nothing too special.”
David A. Weisbach (Chicago), The Trade-Off Between Tax Administration and Tax Compliance:
Amazon spies on staff, fires them by text for not hitting secretive targets, workers 'feel forced to work through pain, injuries' – report
I didn't get rich by signing
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Tony Abbott’s grand tour of Britain continues. There has been a dinner with our high commissioner to the UK, George Brandis, his old attorney-general. And on Tuesday the former prime minister (and former federal health minister) ripped Daniel Andrews a new one at the Policy Exchange think tank, accusing the Victorian Premier of conducting a "health dictatorship" by putting 5 million Melburnians under "house arrest".
These remarks later saw him receive a grilling at the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee
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Tip-offs from the community do pay off
Assistant Commissioner Aislinn Walwyn celebrates our work with partner agencies to deter, detect and deal with tax crime
THE UNRELENTING MR. JOHNSON: Boris Johnson hires Brexit-backing former Australian PM as UK’s new trade envoy.
Low blow: Sydney’s new ferries won’t fit under bridges while passengers on top deck Oops! Reminds me of the tunnel – or it may have been an overpass – with low-clearance in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Every year, the occasional driver lost the top of her/truck truck the s/he failed to fit into the top of the tunnel – and IIRC the errant drivers were often out-of-towners ferrying junior to university. I wonder whether this is still the case, or have the enlarged the tunnel.