Opinion

Opinion
Sam Basch

Fools at the wheel

Sam J Basch

What is it about a flashy car and its driver? We have Henry Ford to thank for mass producing the motorcar, which empowered people and became useful to us. Now there are just too many, adding to greenhouse gas emissions. Hopefully not for long.

But for many the car equals status; a symbol of wealth and power. That’s fine. But many of these obnoxious fools drive like hell, and park where they want. Confront them at your peril: they become abusive and threatening.

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Business
Tiffany Markman

Hey client! Pay up!

Money, money, money.

We all need it, but not everyone has to manage it as meticulously as freelancers do.

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Niki Moore
Niki Moore

Off the Record – My Amazing MTN Story – Preamble

Written by Niki Moore…
In which our intrepid heroine introduces you to her story, and begs your indulgence to unfold a long tale, which – if everything works out – will cause the stars to start in their tracks, and your knotted and combined locks to stand on end like the fretful porpoise, as Shakespeare so eloquently put it.

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Opinion
Peter Ucko

HEALTH Tax – Huge failure to protect public health

The economists and experts are all analysing and discussing the general aspects of the budget. The reduction in corporate tax is one point. However, they all miss a really important opportunity. Check the view of a public health advocate who sees people dying as the result of a neglectful budget

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Caged and programmed - Real Life?
Opinion
Vaughan Jones

This Beautiful Life Gone Wrong

How will life be one day when you’re old?
This poem covers the reality of the utter nullification of what began as a beautiful life here on planet earth for me and for many of us. It is so strange how life changes, values change, even religions change over a lifetime.
Many stories of your life untold,
Memories of joy and others of grief,
And heartaches suffered beyond belief.

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