What are the best solutions to fix Australia’s rental crisis? On this episode of the Smart Property Investment Show, Bradley Beer, managing director at BMT Tax Depreciation, joins host Phil Tarrant to discuss the rental market’s current position and methods that could remedy current predicaments.
Among the 10 new guidelines on further optimizing the COVID-19 pandemic prevention and control measures the State Council, China's Cabinet, released on Wednesday, one is of particular importance to minimizing the pandemic's impacts on society and economy in a short time.
are only going to be enabled by market—based systems. here we sit in san francisco, one of the hubs of america's big tech economy. i mean, this city has received so much money, has become so prosperous — and, of course, still has massive economic problems to go alongside that — but it has come to symbolise, and particularly california as a whole, has come to symbolise the success of american big tech. but do you appreciate that right now, there is a growing public scepticism about big tech and about the impacts it is having on society here in america, but around the world? yeah, and i will tell you, for the first time in my career, i am seeing the scepticism and the concern about the aggregation and the monopoly effects that are being realised in the technology markets being heralded notjust by the majority, but also by the minority in the tech world.
america. cole has a gift and loves to share it. cole is a therapy dog who happens to be deaf. >> a disability is not an inability. >> a pitbull mix cole was born without the ability to hear, but that hasn't stopped him from making an impact with veterans and students. >> and we've been able to go around to dozens and dozens of schools and to prevent cole's life story about discrimination because of his breed, about the fact he was unadoptable because he was born deaf. >> cole's owner chris hanna teaches at one of those schools in new jersey. how do the students react when they meet cole for the first time? >> it's fun to watch barriers just come down. they become themselves, they become who they are, and any inhibition or any kind of emotions that they were feeling instantly changed. >> cole was just named the 2022 american humane hero therapy dog. hanna acknowledges the
the american actress selma blair became a household name after starring in box—office hits such as legally blonde and hellboy. after years of suffering from fatigue and speech disturbances, she was finally diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2018. selma has been named one of the bbc 100 women for 2022 — and in this exclusive interview with sophie long she reveals how the disease brought her acting career to a halt — and her reaction when she was given the diagnosis for the first time. when the doctor told me the night of the mri that i had ms. i cried. and it was an amazing comforting feeling even though i don't wish disease on anyone. it was a comforting feeling to know there was a whole community of chronic amosite and i did not feel it was the end of the world. for me i felt it was the beginning of
Editor's note: Four people infected with COVID-19 over the past three years tell how they contracted it, the treatment given, and the recovery they made. Their stories shed light on people's thoughts about the disease, government prevention measures, and life in general during the pandemic.
every day in court, the most dishonest confront dense have a custodian that no one will be that for this guy, it just shows root and branch in every single leave, there's dishonesty dripping off it, and that is who this guy is. >> we also today, mary, two and this bizarre special master sideline, side plot, be story, where the original order, many found to be lawless. the justice department certainly did. the three judge panel basically said that this is the circus, you can't do this, they're not appealing, but it does now mean in a logistical level, everything now goes to jack smith's office that was not there before, is that right? >> that's right, jack smith will be seeing things for the first time but remember, before trump's team went in and got the order from cannon, the department of justice, the
investigators and prosecutors had actually looked at everything and they told the court that. it's one reason why they should not even appoint a special master. then they had this break where they could not use it anymore, first of all, could not use anything and then went to the 11th circuit and got permission to use classified information. there are still a lot of unclassified. it will be important for them to have the classified and unclassified as they were to develop their case. certainly, i think many of the attorneys that have been on this and investigators since the beginning, will be familiar with some of these and hopefully have already been what a for this moment to match those documents up with witnesses that they want to talk to in the grand jury, things they want to show the witnesses, stuff like that. for jack smith, he'll be seeing it for the first time. >> there's also some other news out of jack smith's office and, again, they have these two different cases which were confirmed by merrick garland, when he announced the appointment. these had to do with the fake electors, and these are
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