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Brazil and Australia negotiate direct flights from 2020

Countries that have never had a direct flight, Australia and Brazil will be able to debut a route in the first quarter of 2020 between the cities of Melbourne and Sao Paulo. The information was revealed by Brazilian officials and the Australian ambassador to Brazil, Timothy Kane, after the end of the visa requirement for […]

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Australia and Brazil the ‘G2’ of Future Agribusiness

I have been asked to expand on the concept of Australia and Brazil as ‘G2’ Partners in Global Agriculture that I presented in my opening remarks as part of a panel at the Australia-Brazil Agribusiness Forum recently held Sydney and I thought I could share it here as well. My fellow panellists included the very distinguished Dr Marcos Jank […]

Meet a Member – Fast Facilities

Fast Facilities Services have expertise in managing Strata and Commercial cleaning services. It is a Local Company who can dedicate expert resources and time to its client sites wholeheartedly. Fast Facilities aspires to build a carefully structured team of workers, who are honest and dependable at all levels of operation ensuring customers to get the […]

Australia’s conservative coalition secures parliamentary majority

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s conservative coalition secured an outright parliamentary majority on Monday following a shock election victory, allowing Prime Minister Scott Morrison to progress his legislative agenda without the support of independents.Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison with wife Jenny, children Abbey and Lily after winning the 2019 Federal Election, at the Federal Liberal Reception […]

Australian deputy PM re-elected after conservative coalition holds power

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack was on Thursday re-elected leader of the junior partner in the coalition government after a strong party showing in last week’s election dispelled internal discontent about his performance. McCormack was elected leader of the rural-based National Party in February 2018 but he was left struggling to […]