Indeed, when your superiors up to the CEO work at weekends, then perhaps it is appropriate for big business to talk to workers about reducing penalty rates. My own job would not be worth doing if it was not for penalty rates.
The evil State of Victoria's dictator in the 1990s, Premier Jeff Kennett, had plans for trains. Instead, belatedly, five of the train lines have been extended, service intervals have been reduced, trams run later in the evening and earlier on Sundays, we have weekend all night trains, trams and buses and the construction of public transport reformation is underway, by the construction of the Metro Rail underground.
Like almost? all western countries, Australia's poor are getting poorer and the rich are getting richer. That someone can spend AU$326,000, US$238,000, €228,000, £191,000 on an almost empty small timber box on the beach is beyond belief. Such wealth should be taxed back to sensibility before the working class rise and call for their heads. The problem is that working class aren't too badly off here. Our working poor are not terribly poor and our taxes look after most of who are in need, with some gaps. I am still outraged about the inequitable wealth in Australia.
I am in the mood for going on, but I am so tired, I would get really silly. I wanted to mention the grass on top of Parliament House, but so tired. Good night.