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The president of the Australian Olympic Committee, John Coats, insisted that Queensland Prime Minister Anastasia Balachuk attend the opening ceremony of Tokyo 2020, in an embarrassing exchange just hours after Queensland won the rights to host the 2032 Games.
Palaszczuk had previously said she would not attend the ceremony, in the face of growing domestic concern about her international trip.
But at a news conference on Wednesday evening, Coats – who is also the vice-president of the International Olympic Committee – issued a stinging reprimand with Plaszk sitting by his side.
“You’re going to the opening party,” Coates said. I’m still the vice president of the leadership nomination group [for the 2032 bid]. As far as I understand, there will be an Opening and Closing Ceremony in 2032, and you all have to come to terms with and understand the traditional parts of that, what the Opening Ceremony involves.
“None of you are hiding in your room, are they?”
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Private school for boys in Perth which charges $27,000 annually, received more than $7 million in employer benefits in 2020 with an operating surplus of more than $8 million declared.
Hill School in Perth includes Minister Christian Porter and Victoria Cross receiver Ben Roberts Smith as a graduate.
According to the school’s annual report, it received $7.45 million in employer payments last year. At the same time, the school announced an operating surplus in 2020 of $8.31 million, and also provided discounts for parents.
Employer subsidies were the second largest source of income for the private school in 2020, contributing more than Commonwealth funding, government funding, and boarding fees.
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Morrison says a vaccine rollout ‘without doubt’ would have been more successful without Atagi’s warning from the ground up.
Scott Morrison He hit radio waves in Brisbane to say variants of ‘how good are the Olympics’ but was also asked about Atagi’s advice on AstraZeneca, and what Australians should do Now that he’s been publicly praising the advice to change.
On 4BC Radio, Morrison said “without a doubt” Australia would have been better off if the Atagi warning had not been applied to the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Morrison said he respects Atage, and that the government “acted on their recommendations,” but given the greater risk of Covid-19 infection now, he was wondering how the outbreak in Delta would affect their advice.
In response to a question about Queensland Chief Health Officer Janet Young And her warning against AstraZeneca, Morrison said:
Rather than talking about that specifically – I would say that the effect of this advice over time has had people have some reluctance, [AstraZeneca] It is a TGA approved drug. This is the most widely vaccinated vaccine in the UK and approved for use in Australia.
Morrison said Atage made “some suggestions” (that Pfizer is preferable to those 59 and under) and that others should consider whether the benefits outweigh the costs. This is why the government has encouraged people to talk to their GP, and to practice “informed consent,” which means “we don’t authorize” people to get the vaccines but “we don’t forbid you to take them either.”
The prime minister revealed that 60,000 people under the age of 40 have received the AstraZeneca vaccine since he encouraged them to speak to their GP in late June.
Then he made a stern appeal to the people of Queenslanders:
Don’t wait for what happens in another state to happen more likely in your state…
Here’s the thing with the Delta variant – it can move really fast and no system is 100% guaranteed, and the whole world knows that.
Please, Queensland, especially if you are elderly – please go and get AstraZeneca, it is a completely safe vaccine for you. The Therapeutic Goods Administration would not have approved it if it had not.
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