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  1. The Expanse has stepped up to another level this season. The last 2 episodes have been brilliant.
  2. I haven't had an ad from JLB Media Productions for a while.
  3. The strange route Benjamin Netanyahu took to get from Singapore to Sydney. Netanyahu's plane wasn't taking the scenic route by choice. Instead, the carrier - El Al, Israel's national airline - was deliberately avoiding the airspace of Indonesia. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2017/02/22/the-strange-route-benjamin-netanyahu-took-to-get-from-singapore-to-sydney/?tid=pm_world_pop&utm_term=.947be736549c
  4. All this week I've kept thinking it's the day earlier. Maybe it's because of here with most of you stuck in past.
  5. When the discussion turns to Ethan.
  6. This is big. I once worked at the airport and when Sunday coincided with a public holiday I was paid triple time. Hundreds of thousands of Australians who work on Sundays will have their take-home pay slashed after a landmark ruling by the national workplace umpire. The Fair Work Commission on Thursday morning announced Sunday penalty rates paid in retail, fast food, hospitality and pharmacy industries will be reduced from the existing levels, which, in some cases, are as much as "double time". http://www.smh.com.au/business/workplace-relations/penalty-rates-for-sunday-holiday-work-to-be-slashed-after-landmark-decision-by-fair-work-commission-20170222-guj8f3.html
  7. Week Total Box Office New Zealand: Thu 16th Feb 2017 - Wed 22nd Feb 2017 1. The Great Wall $566,763 Paramount 2. Fifty Shades Darker $459,535 Paramount/Universal 3. Lion $440,151 Transmission 4. Hidden Figures $354,788 Fox 5. Split $231,647 Paramount/Universal 6. Pork Pie $194,633 Studiocanal 7. Moana $105,859 Walt Disney 8. La La Land $72,299 eOne 9. Silence $63,218 Transmission 10. Jolly LLB 2 $52,199 Forum Films Thu 16Fri 17Sat 18Sun 19Mon 20Tue 21Wed 22$20k$40k$60k$80k$100k$120k$140k$160k$180k$200k The Great Wall Paramount Opening Week $567k Cume. total $580k Fifty Shades Darker Paramount/Universal Week 2 $460k Cume. total $1.50M Lion Transmission Week 5 $440k Cume. total $2.83M Hidden Figures Fox Week 4 $355k Cume. total $1.88M
  8. Week Total Box Office Australia: Thu 16th Feb 2017 - Wed 22nd Feb 2017 1. Hidden Figures $4,536,430 Fox 2. Fifty Shades Darker $3,986,916 Universal 3. The Great Wall $3,766,195 Universal 4. Lion $2,603,690 Transmission 5. Split $1,241,361 Universal 6. La La Land $430,203 eOne 7. T2: Trainspotting 2 $371,294 Sony 8. Patriots Day $323,863 Roadshow 9. Manchester by the Sea $311,933 Universal 10. Silence $238,415 Transmission Thu 16Fri 17Sat 18Sun 19Mon 20Tue 21Wed 22$200k$300k$400k$500k$600k$700k$800k$900k$1.00M$1.10M$1.20M$1.30M$1.40M Hidden Figures Fox Opening Week $4.54M Cume. total $6.11M Fifty Shades Darker Universal Week 2 $3.99M Cume. total $14.55M The Great Wall Universal Opening Week $3.77M Cume. total $3.92M Lion Transmission Week 5 $2.60M Cume. total $23.23M
  9. We did have to put up with Kevin Rudd.
  10. Maximum rate of income tax is 45% (+ 2% Medicare Levy + 2% Temporary Budget Repair Levy) for income over $180,001. However, high net worth individuals can probably structure their tax arrangements so they don't really pay that much. There's also capital gains taxes and company taxes. There's also a 10% GST. However, with that you get universal health care, a generally safe country, a good public education system (although they'd probably send there kids to private schools which also actually receive government funding. Even religious schools). Plus your roughly in the same time zone and still close to China, India and the rest of Asia. The process to immigrate here is also clearly defined and a straight forward process that doesn't take forever.
  11. There's no inheritance tax in Australia.
  12. The other end of the immigration scale. Where are millionaires moving to and from? An estimated 82,000 migrated to a new country in 2016. Millionaires moved to: Australia - 11,000 USA - 10,000 Canada - 8,000 UAE - 5,000 New Zealand - 4,000 Where are they leaving? France - 12,000 China - 9,000 Brazil - 8,000 India - 6,000 Turkey - 6,000 http://money.cnn.com/2017/02/21/pf/millionaires-moving-migration-australia-france/