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Tax differences between hiring employees or contractors for small businesses in New Zealand

Elisa wrote the post • 0 comments • 189 views • 2020-12-29 11:46 • added this tag no more than 24h

Employee, or independent contractor? This is a problem that small and micro-enterprises in New Zealand often encounter when they are short of man- and medium-sized enterprises. Unlike China and the United States, which have well-developed human resources and equal employment, employers are not subject to all sorts of strange legal provisions; So, from a tax perspective, what's the difference between an employee and a contractor for a business?

Employee or independent contractor?
Why do business owners have to be clear about the differences between employees or contractors?

Taxpayers' obligations vary according to their employment status, and in New Zealand natural persons serve the enterprise in two categories: employee and independent contractor, or contractor.

What are the different obligations for employees and contractors for the business?

1) Employee employee

Payroll tax PAYE is deducted by the employer and paid to the Inland Revenue Department on a periodic rate
Employees cannot register for GST
Employees cannot claim deductions for employment-related expenses (e.g., gas and parking while driving to work) when they receive their wages.
The company is responsible for the employee's ACC Levy and employee insurance (high-risk work)
2) Independent contractor independent contractor

The business pays the contractor as agreed (cycle, or percentage) and is responsible for processing withholding tax
Typically, an independent contractor collects money from the business in the form of an invoice invoice, indicating the hourly wage plus GST as the invoice receivable amount
Contractors can register for goods and services tax and charge the business a goods and services tax
Contractors may deduct expenses related to their work (e.g. driving to work or other related expenses)
Contractors must pay the relevant ACC Levy and Insurance premiums themselves
Who pays more per hour for independent contractors and employees?

Independent contractors who do not take any annual sick leave and are subject to insurance and ACC Levy themselves will be paid significantly more on an hourly basis than their employees, whether full-time or part-time. Typically, the hourly wages of independent contractors and employees of manual workers are 1.4 to 1.6:1, while the hourly wages of independent contractors of mental workers can even be compared to 2 to 2.5:1.

Small and medium-sized business owners can make a comprehensive judgment, do not be intimidated by high wages, because independent contractors are usually experienced people, and come to give money not to give money, the end of the contract a pat and twice without any legal obligations, if injured in labor will not add too much trouble to the employed enterprises. That's why many jobs in New Zealand prefer to pay more for independent contractors in the short term than for cheaper hourly wages. view all
Employee, or independent contractor? This is a problem that small and micro-enterprises in New Zealand often encounter when they are short of man- and medium-sized enterprises. Unlike China and the United States, which have well-developed human resources and equal employment, employers are not subject to all sorts of strange legal provisions; So, from a tax perspective, what's the difference between an employee and a contractor for a business?

Employee or independent contractor?
Why do business owners have to be clear about the differences between employees or contractors?

Taxpayers' obligations vary according to their employment status, and in New Zealand natural persons serve the enterprise in two categories: employee and independent contractor, or contractor.

What are the different obligations for employees and contractors for the business?

1) Employee employee

Payroll tax PAYE is deducted by the employer and paid to the Inland Revenue Department on a periodic rate
Employees cannot register for GST
Employees cannot claim deductions for employment-related expenses (e.g., gas and parking while driving to work) when they receive their wages.
The company is responsible for the employee's ACC Levy and employee insurance (high-risk work)
2) Independent contractor independent contractor

The business pays the contractor as agreed (cycle, or percentage) and is responsible for processing withholding tax
Typically, an independent contractor collects money from the business in the form of an invoice invoice, indicating the hourly wage plus GST as the invoice receivable amount
Contractors can register for goods and services tax and charge the business a goods and services tax
Contractors may deduct expenses related to their work (e.g. driving to work or other related expenses)
Contractors must pay the relevant ACC Levy and Insurance premiums themselves
Who pays more per hour for independent contractors and employees?

Independent contractors who do not take any annual sick leave and are subject to insurance and ACC Levy themselves will be paid significantly more on an hourly basis than their employees, whether full-time or part-time. Typically, the hourly wages of independent contractors and employees of manual workers are 1.4 to 1.6:1, while the hourly wages of independent contractors of mental workers can even be compared to 2 to 2.5:1.

Small and medium-sized business owners can make a comprehensive judgment, do not be intimidated by high wages, because independent contractors are usually experienced people, and come to give money not to give money, the end of the contract a pat and twice without any legal obligations, if injured in labor will not add too much trouble to the employed enterprises. That's why many jobs in New Zealand prefer to pay more for independent contractors in the short term than for cheaper hourly wages.
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New Zealand police have zero tolerance for speeding throughout the year

Elisa wrote the post • 0 comments • 214 views • 2020-12-29 11:29 • added this tag no more than 24h

New Zealand police confirmed to New Zealand media today that in the future, New Zealand Road Patrol police will no longer tolerate "minor speeding", that is, if the road speed limit is 100 km/h, if driving to 101 km, the police may issue a ticket to the driver.

Drivers and road police in New Zealand are generally understood not to be fined for speeding up to 10km/h above the road speed limit. For example, a 50 km/h residential road to 60 km/h, or an 80 km/h country road to 90 km/h, or a 100 km/h highway to 110 km/h, will not be chased by the police, or be photographed fine speeding behavior.

Over the past few years, New Zealand police have introduced "zero tolerance for road speeding during holidays" on public holidays with high road traffic, with little success, neither reducing road accident rates nor reducing road accident mortality. Later, after being repeatedly punched in the face, the New Zealand police stopped implementing the road "zero tolerance for speeding" system.

But starting today, New Zealand police will have "zero tolerance for speeding throughout the year" and 10KM/H tolerance, which can no longer be used as a reason for speeding. So if you're slightly speeding in the future, you'll be issued a ticket by the New Zealand Police and you'll have nothing to say.

 
 
 
 
If a driver drives past the speed limit on the road, New Zealand police issue a speeding ticket to the owner, known by the English name SpeedIng Notice or directly as SpeedIng Ticket. However, the Humane Enforcement of the New Zealand Police is also well known around the world, and usually, if the driver's speeding does not exceed a certain limit, the police uncles will "open and close their eyes". So, what is this tolerance?

It must be emphasized that any speeding behavior is incorrect, the speed limit signs on the road are not used to "difficult" drivers, but according to the road conditions and traffic flow and other circumstances combined to arrive at the most reasonable speed, comply with the speed limit, protect themselves, but also respect the safety of other people's lives and property.

In general, New Zealand police officers have a psychological tolerance for speeding drivers, which is 10 km/h. For example, if you are driving on a residential road with a speed limit of 50 km/h, then a speed limit of no more than 60 km/h is OK, and if you are driving on a highway with a speed limit of 100 km/h, a speed limit of no more than 110 km/h is "qualified".

However, it should be emphasized that in some cases, the tolerance of police officers and road speed measuring equipment is not as high as it is at 4 km/h, for example, within 250 metres of schools, in order to protect the safety of minors and children, if you challenge the psychological bottom line of the police with tolerance of speeding 10 km/h, then the loser is certainly you. For example, during long holidays, when traffic is concentrated, the police will tighten tolerance to less than 4km/h, or even "zero tolerance" Zero Tolerance.

Also, New Zealand police officers have their own moods, and when you're in a bad mood, you drive 51km/h on the 50km speed limit and you can be stopped and fined as well. Keep in mind that 10km/h of psychological tolerance is not written in New Zealand's road traffic regulations, it is just a "convention" between the public and police officers, according to the law, speeding is speeding, there is no "tolerance" said, even if the mood of the JCSS "difficult", I'm sorry, who let you speed, self-confessed bad luck.

What is the penalty for speeding in New Zealand? Please read this article. Also, if you're speeding and being chased by a police car with a police light on the back, hurry up and find a well-parked car that won't hinder traffic, light up your flashing lights, drop your windows, and put your hands on the steering wheel and wait for the police officers in the police car behind you.
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New Zealand police confirmed to New Zealand media today that in the future, New Zealand Road Patrol police will no longer tolerate "minor speeding", that is, if the road speed limit is 100 km/h, if driving to 101 km, the police may issue a ticket to the driver.

Drivers and road police in New Zealand are generally understood not to be fined for speeding up to 10km/h above the road speed limit. For example, a 50 km/h residential road to 60 km/h, or an 80 km/h country road to 90 km/h, or a 100 km/h highway to 110 km/h, will not be chased by the police, or be photographed fine speeding behavior.

Over the past few years, New Zealand police have introduced "zero tolerance for road speeding during holidays" on public holidays with high road traffic, with little success, neither reducing road accident rates nor reducing road accident mortality. Later, after being repeatedly punched in the face, the New Zealand police stopped implementing the road "zero tolerance for speeding" system.

But starting today, New Zealand police will have "zero tolerance for speeding throughout the year" and 10KM/H tolerance, which can no longer be used as a reason for speeding. So if you're slightly speeding in the future, you'll be issued a ticket by the New Zealand Police and you'll have nothing to say.

 
 
 
 
If a driver drives past the speed limit on the road, New Zealand police issue a speeding ticket to the owner, known by the English name SpeedIng Notice or directly as SpeedIng Ticket. However, the Humane Enforcement of the New Zealand Police is also well known around the world, and usually, if the driver's speeding does not exceed a certain limit, the police uncles will "open and close their eyes". So, what is this tolerance?

It must be emphasized that any speeding behavior is incorrect, the speed limit signs on the road are not used to "difficult" drivers, but according to the road conditions and traffic flow and other circumstances combined to arrive at the most reasonable speed, comply with the speed limit, protect themselves, but also respect the safety of other people's lives and property.

In general, New Zealand police officers have a psychological tolerance for speeding drivers, which is 10 km/h. For example, if you are driving on a residential road with a speed limit of 50 km/h, then a speed limit of no more than 60 km/h is OK, and if you are driving on a highway with a speed limit of 100 km/h, a speed limit of no more than 110 km/h is "qualified".

However, it should be emphasized that in some cases, the tolerance of police officers and road speed measuring equipment is not as high as it is at 4 km/h, for example, within 250 metres of schools, in order to protect the safety of minors and children, if you challenge the psychological bottom line of the police with tolerance of speeding 10 km/h, then the loser is certainly you. For example, during long holidays, when traffic is concentrated, the police will tighten tolerance to less than 4km/h, or even "zero tolerance" Zero Tolerance.

Also, New Zealand police officers have their own moods, and when you're in a bad mood, you drive 51km/h on the 50km speed limit and you can be stopped and fined as well. Keep in mind that 10km/h of psychological tolerance is not written in New Zealand's road traffic regulations, it is just a "convention" between the public and police officers, according to the law, speeding is speeding, there is no "tolerance" said, even if the mood of the JCSS "difficult", I'm sorry, who let you speed, self-confessed bad luck.

What is the penalty for speeding in New Zealand? Please read this article. Also, if you're speeding and being chased by a police car with a police light on the back, hurry up and find a well-parked car that won't hinder traffic, light up your flashing lights, drop your windows, and put your hands on the steering wheel and wait for the police officers in the police car behind you.
 
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Base Voters, the "fundamental" in New Zealand's general election, 5 New Zealand parties you need to know

Sylvie wrote the post • 0 comments • 227 views • 2020-12-27 11:31 • added this tag no more than 24h

In democratic politics, the term "base/base voters" refers to a group of voters who are almost always simply supporting and voting for a party or candidate of one party. In an election, regardless of whether there are other party candidates to challenge, and in the election campaign to express more specific political views, the basic voters will remain unshakable and will not support candidates from other political parties who come to challenge or compete. Basic voters vote only for the party they have long supported or the candidate for that party.

If the ballot market is likened to competition between commercial markets, a political party is like a company with its own hardcore customers (basic plates). In an election, there are bound to be other challengers or competitors (other political candidates) who come to strengthen your customers and eat up your market in order to win the election. To avoid other competitors to strengthen your market, a party must first defend its "fundamentals" so that it does not waver. These basic voters have a high degree of loyalty to the party and are less likely to support other rivals who come to the contest. After a solid "fundamental market", you will be able to attack other markets, expand market share, and increase the number of customers (votes/supporters) to win the election.

In New Zealand, for example, the basic plates of the parties:

Labour Basics - Welfare recipients, most college students and singles, unemployed, Maori, islanders
The BASICS - full-time workers, self-employed people, property-owners
Greens - Environmentalists and far-left democrats
Priorities - mainly the elderly and conservatives
Action Party - self-employed and small business owners view all
In democratic politics, the term "base/base voters" refers to a group of voters who are almost always simply supporting and voting for a party or candidate of one party. In an election, regardless of whether there are other party candidates to challenge, and in the election campaign to express more specific political views, the basic voters will remain unshakable and will not support candidates from other political parties who come to challenge or compete. Basic voters vote only for the party they have long supported or the candidate for that party.

If the ballot market is likened to competition between commercial markets, a political party is like a company with its own hardcore customers (basic plates). In an election, there are bound to be other challengers or competitors (other political candidates) who come to strengthen your customers and eat up your market in order to win the election. To avoid other competitors to strengthen your market, a party must first defend its "fundamentals" so that it does not waver. These basic voters have a high degree of loyalty to the party and are less likely to support other rivals who come to the contest. After a solid "fundamental market", you will be able to attack other markets, expand market share, and increase the number of customers (votes/supporters) to win the election.

In New Zealand, for example, the basic plates of the parties:

Labour Basics - Welfare recipients, most college students and singles, unemployed, Maori, islanders
The BASICS - full-time workers, self-employed people, property-owners
Greens - Environmentalists and far-left democrats
Priorities - mainly the elderly and conservatives
Action Party - self-employed and small business owners
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How to apply for a New Zealand work visa for religious teaching staff

Sylvie wrote the post • 0 comments • 204 views • 2020-12-27 11:28 • added this tag no more than 24h

New Zealand's work visa is open to highly skilled workers, graduates and specific categories of staff, and as a Christian country, New Zealand also accepts work visa applications from clergy religious faculty members, who can legally come to New Zealand to work. In addition, New Zealand is a multicultural and multi-ethnic immigrant country, religious teaching is not limited to Christianity, other religions can also apply.

Work visa for religious faculty, officially named Religious Worker Work Visa. If you wish to apply for a new Zealand religious faculty work visa from China, Hong Kong and Macau, you first need to find a religious organization in New Zealand that can guarantee the visa, and if the organization can continue to guarantee the applicant's second work visa, the applicant has a good chance of obtaining a New Zealand residence visa Resident Visa after three years.

What materials do I need to prepare to apply for a work visa for a religious faculty in New Zealand?

Work visa application form INZ1015
If you are a resident of Hong Kong and Macau, complete the supplementary form INZ1220
Application fee NZ$495 (online application)
Original passport or certified (notarization) piece
Passport photo two (recent)
Chinese mainland citizens, provide a copy (copy) of the identity card, as well as the applicant's account book
Hong Kong and Macao residents, provide a copy of the identity card
More than two years of training or proof of work related to the religious field to be performed in New Zealand
A complete religious staff guarantee form INZ1190 is completed by a religious organization registered as a non-profit charity for the purpose of promoting religion
Evidence presented by the guarantor indicates that the institution has the financial capacity to meet the guarantee requirements
A certificate issued by a guarantee institution to explain the reasons why the applicant needs to perform religious teaching, including the size of the guarantee institution's personnel
An employment agreement during the warranty period, or, if the applicant is not employed by the guarantee institution, a description of the work to be performed by the applicant during the validity period of the work visa
If you have stayed in New Zealand for 24 months or more, you will need to provide proof of non-criminal offence
General Medical Certificate INZ1007 (to be performed at designated hospital)
Chest X-ray medical examination proves INZ1096
The application process is simple, after registering for a RealMe account, log on to immigration New Zealand's official website and fill in, upload information, pay, and leave contact details to submit your application. Typically, the review and approval time is about 3-4 months. view all
New Zealand's work visa is open to highly skilled workers, graduates and specific categories of staff, and as a Christian country, New Zealand also accepts work visa applications from clergy religious faculty members, who can legally come to New Zealand to work. In addition, New Zealand is a multicultural and multi-ethnic immigrant country, religious teaching is not limited to Christianity, other religions can also apply.

Work visa for religious faculty, officially named Religious Worker Work Visa. If you wish to apply for a new Zealand religious faculty work visa from China, Hong Kong and Macau, you first need to find a religious organization in New Zealand that can guarantee the visa, and if the organization can continue to guarantee the applicant's second work visa, the applicant has a good chance of obtaining a New Zealand residence visa Resident Visa after three years.

What materials do I need to prepare to apply for a work visa for a religious faculty in New Zealand?

Work visa application form INZ1015
If you are a resident of Hong Kong and Macau, complete the supplementary form INZ1220
Application fee NZ$495 (online application)
Original passport or certified (notarization) piece
Passport photo two (recent)
Chinese mainland citizens, provide a copy (copy) of the identity card, as well as the applicant's account book
Hong Kong and Macao residents, provide a copy of the identity card
More than two years of training or proof of work related to the religious field to be performed in New Zealand
A complete religious staff guarantee form INZ1190 is completed by a religious organization registered as a non-profit charity for the purpose of promoting religion
Evidence presented by the guarantor indicates that the institution has the financial capacity to meet the guarantee requirements
A certificate issued by a guarantee institution to explain the reasons why the applicant needs to perform religious teaching, including the size of the guarantee institution's personnel
An employment agreement during the warranty period, or, if the applicant is not employed by the guarantee institution, a description of the work to be performed by the applicant during the validity period of the work visa
If you have stayed in New Zealand for 24 months or more, you will need to provide proof of non-criminal offence
General Medical Certificate INZ1007 (to be performed at designated hospital)
Chest X-ray medical examination proves INZ1096
The application process is simple, after registering for a RealMe account, log on to immigration New Zealand's official website and fill in, upload information, pay, and leave contact details to submit your application. Typically, the review and approval time is about 3-4 months.
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New Zealand Employee Pension Tax ESCT. The annual income (NZD) tax rate.

Sylvie wrote the post • 0 comments • 194 views • 2020-12-27 11:26 • added this tag no more than 24h

Many employers in New Zealand pay pensions to their employees, whether they are large enterprises, government agencies, international companies, Super, or KiwiSaver, which is most commonly paid by small and medium-sized enterprises for employees, and they are employers who bring "benefits" other than wages; Since it's welfare, a high-tax country like New Zealand won't give up the chance to tax any money that flows. Therefore, for the employer to provide employees with pensions, there will be "employee pension tax" this thing appears.

Employee pension tax, employees hear don't be afraid, this is the employer to pay for you, ESCT, full name Employer Superannuation Contribution Tax. However, the wool comes out of sheep, and the ESCT paid by the employer is actually a "withholding" for the Inland Revenue Department, that is, just as the employee's salary to pay PAYE is operated by the employer, the employee's annual pension, such as NZ$10,000, is certainly less than that amount, why? That's the employer subtracting ESCT for you.

ESCT is a tax rate that fluctuates and depends on the employee's income and how much time he has worked for the employer, mainly on the employee's annual income, and the New Zealand Taxation Office IRD provides threshold guidelines.

The annual income (NZD) tax rate for employees
$0-16,800 10.5%
$16,801 – $57,600 17.5%
$57,601 – $84,000 30%
$84,001 or more 33%

How is this "threshold" calculated? Let's give you an example.

Employee A, who earns NZ$40,000 a year, and employers also give Employee A 2% annual KiwiSaver support, or NZ$800. "Thus, the employee's ESCT is calculated at 40,000 plus 800 plus 40,800, then the tax rate is 17.50%." Of the $800 that the employer will have to pay for the employee, a 17.5% deduction will be required, i.e. the amount of KiwiSaver that the employee actually receives from the employer is 800 x (1-17.5%). view all
Many employers in New Zealand pay pensions to their employees, whether they are large enterprises, government agencies, international companies, Super, or KiwiSaver, which is most commonly paid by small and medium-sized enterprises for employees, and they are employers who bring "benefits" other than wages; Since it's welfare, a high-tax country like New Zealand won't give up the chance to tax any money that flows. Therefore, for the employer to provide employees with pensions, there will be "employee pension tax" this thing appears.

Employee pension tax, employees hear don't be afraid, this is the employer to pay for you, ESCT, full name Employer Superannuation Contribution Tax. However, the wool comes out of sheep, and the ESCT paid by the employer is actually a "withholding" for the Inland Revenue Department, that is, just as the employee's salary to pay PAYE is operated by the employer, the employee's annual pension, such as NZ$10,000, is certainly less than that amount, why? That's the employer subtracting ESCT for you.

ESCT is a tax rate that fluctuates and depends on the employee's income and how much time he has worked for the employer, mainly on the employee's annual income, and the New Zealand Taxation Office IRD provides threshold guidelines.

The annual income (NZD) tax rate for employees
$0-16,800 10.5%
$16,801 – $57,600 17.5%
$57,601 – $84,000 30%
$84,001 or more 33%

How is this "threshold" calculated? Let's give you an example.

Employee A, who earns NZ$40,000 a year, and employers also give Employee A 2% annual KiwiSaver support, or NZ$800. "Thus, the employee's ESCT is calculated at 40,000 plus 800 plus 40,800, then the tax rate is 17.50%." Of the $800 that the employer will have to pay for the employee, a 17.5% deduction will be required, i.e. the amount of KiwiSaver that the employee actually receives from the employer is 800 x (1-17.5%).
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How should discrimination be addressed in New Zealand?

Sylvie wrote the post • 0 comments • 182 views • 2020-12-27 11:23 • added this tag no more than 24h

"Discrimination" means that you are treated worse or more unfairly than others in the same or similar circumstances. Wherever there are people, there are rivers and lakes, not to mention New Zealand is also a river and lake full of immigrants, discrimination occurs all the time, everywhere, but according to the section on anti-discrimination contained in the New Zealand Human Rights Act (1993), not all discrimination is illegal;

However, if the cause of discrimination is due to your race, country of origin, religious belief, gender, sexual orientation, etc., then there is no doubt that this is illegal.

If you believe you are discriminated against, you can file a complaint with the Human Rights Commission of New Zealand. If you are unable to resolve the issue with the help of the Committee, you may file a complaint with the Human Rights Review Tribunal in New Zealand. New Zealand's Human Rights Review Tribunal, like the courts, can make orders to the other party (the infringer) to correct an injustice or incident that has occurred to you. In some cases, the court may require the infringer who discriminates against you to compensate you in the form of money for your civil damages.

In addition to the illegality of discrimination in many cases (e.g. race, immigration, colour, sex, sexual orientation, religion, etc.) mentioned above, New Zealand's anti-discrimination law specifically prohibits sexual and racial harassment and "incitement to racial disharmony".

As a Chinese who has lived in New Zealand for a long time and is more or less likely to encounter things that make you feel unfairly treated, you must find out if your experience involves "discrimination" before you formally file a complaint or lawsuit against the infringer. If you think you've been treated unfairly, there are a few key questions you need to answer to determine if what the other person is doing is illegal:

1. Why are they doing this?

Do they do this because of what is explicitly covered by anti-discrimination laws such as your country of origin, color, sex, religion, etc.?

2. When and where did their discrimination take place?

When did discrimination occur and where did it occur? For example, would you like to apply for an apartment in downtown Auckland and be told that "foreigners are not allowed to rent"?

3. What's the result?

Are you disadvantaged or treated unfairly because of what happened? For example, because you are Chinese, the landlord rented the house to someone who offered it at a reasonable price because "because you are Chinese".

4. Are you mistaken for being discriminated against because of special exceptions?

Are you being treated unfairly for special reasons? For example, if the landlord may also be living in the apartment, you may be rejected for some reason (not race, country of origin, etc.).

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After all four points, you can first file a complaint with the Human Rights Commission if you can still conclude that you have been subjected to a situation described as "discriminated" as expressly stated in the New Zealand Human Rights Act.

Direct or indirect discrimination is not allowed (illegal).

Is discrimination usually "naked"? No, in New Zealand, because you're a woman or a fat person, you earn less than a man or a well-sized person doing the same job, which is less common. In most cases, discrimination is indirect. For example, persons with disabilities need to use wheelchairs to get to work, but there are no elevators in buildings that prevent persons with disabilities from going upstairs, which is indirect discrimination against persons with disabilities.

In another example, you're unemployed and the bank doesn't give you a credit card (it's not discrimination because you don't have the ability to pay back). However, because you don't have a credit card, the power company refuses to accept you as their customer, which is indirect discrimination (discrimination against the unemployed). view all
"Discrimination" means that you are treated worse or more unfairly than others in the same or similar circumstances. Wherever there are people, there are rivers and lakes, not to mention New Zealand is also a river and lake full of immigrants, discrimination occurs all the time, everywhere, but according to the section on anti-discrimination contained in the New Zealand Human Rights Act (1993), not all discrimination is illegal;

However, if the cause of discrimination is due to your race, country of origin, religious belief, gender, sexual orientation, etc., then there is no doubt that this is illegal.

If you believe you are discriminated against, you can file a complaint with the Human Rights Commission of New Zealand. If you are unable to resolve the issue with the help of the Committee, you may file a complaint with the Human Rights Review Tribunal in New Zealand. New Zealand's Human Rights Review Tribunal, like the courts, can make orders to the other party (the infringer) to correct an injustice or incident that has occurred to you. In some cases, the court may require the infringer who discriminates against you to compensate you in the form of money for your civil damages.

In addition to the illegality of discrimination in many cases (e.g. race, immigration, colour, sex, sexual orientation, religion, etc.) mentioned above, New Zealand's anti-discrimination law specifically prohibits sexual and racial harassment and "incitement to racial disharmony".

As a Chinese who has lived in New Zealand for a long time and is more or less likely to encounter things that make you feel unfairly treated, you must find out if your experience involves "discrimination" before you formally file a complaint or lawsuit against the infringer. If you think you've been treated unfairly, there are a few key questions you need to answer to determine if what the other person is doing is illegal:

1. Why are they doing this?

Do they do this because of what is explicitly covered by anti-discrimination laws such as your country of origin, color, sex, religion, etc.?

2. When and where did their discrimination take place?

When did discrimination occur and where did it occur? For example, would you like to apply for an apartment in downtown Auckland and be told that "foreigners are not allowed to rent"?

3. What's the result?

Are you disadvantaged or treated unfairly because of what happened? For example, because you are Chinese, the landlord rented the house to someone who offered it at a reasonable price because "because you are Chinese".

4. Are you mistaken for being discriminated against because of special exceptions?

Are you being treated unfairly for special reasons? For example, if the landlord may also be living in the apartment, you may be rejected for some reason (not race, country of origin, etc.).

====

After all four points, you can first file a complaint with the Human Rights Commission if you can still conclude that you have been subjected to a situation described as "discriminated" as expressly stated in the New Zealand Human Rights Act.

Direct or indirect discrimination is not allowed (illegal).

Is discrimination usually "naked"? No, in New Zealand, because you're a woman or a fat person, you earn less than a man or a well-sized person doing the same job, which is less common. In most cases, discrimination is indirect. For example, persons with disabilities need to use wheelchairs to get to work, but there are no elevators in buildings that prevent persons with disabilities from going upstairs, which is indirect discrimination against persons with disabilities.

In another example, you're unemployed and the bank doesn't give you a credit card (it's not discrimination because you don't have the ability to pay back). However, because you don't have a credit card, the power company refuses to accept you as their customer, which is indirect discrimination (discrimination against the unemployed).
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jobs in Sydney | ACCESS AIR air conditioning installation company hiring An office staff member

jobs in Sydney wrote the post • 0 comments • 193 views • 2020-12-26 13:20 • added this tag no more than 24h

ACCESS AIR air conditioning installation company
1. An office staff member
English is required to have HC and engineer experience first
2 Several air conditioning installation and ventilation manufacturing-related personnel. AIRECRAFT Air Conditioning Accessories Materials, Inc
1. An office staff member
Ask for good English. Financial experience and import and export traders are preferred
2. One manager. Air conditioning installation of small workers and apprentices.
Address: Brookvale. Chatswood.. Castle Hill。
Contact Mr. Chen on 0406255588 view all

ACCESS AIR air conditioning installation company
1. An office staff member
English is required to have HC and engineer experience first
2 Several air conditioning installation and ventilation manufacturing-related personnel. AIRECRAFT Air Conditioning Accessories Materials, Inc
1. An office staff member
Ask for good English. Financial experience and import and export traders are preferred
2. One manager. Air conditioning installation of small workers and apprentices.
Address: Brookvale. Chatswood.. Castle Hill。
Contact Mr. Chen on 0406255588
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New Zealand's rules on street art, begging and sleeping

Annabelle wrote the post • 0 comments • 211 views • 2020-12-23 19:01 • added this tag no more than 24h

Everyone in New Zealand has the right to move freely, in other words, you have the right to go anywhere you want and live where you want to live. Unless you are in a particular situation, such as "imprisonment" and "potential criminal offences", the New Zealand Government has good reason to restrict the right to "free movement".

Although New Zealand is not "federal", regulations established by city councils (regional councils) in different parts of New Zealand may affect an individual's right to do certain things in public places. For example, begging, street art and sleeping on the street may be restricted in certain areas and under specific parliamentary regulations. In other words, the so-called "restrictions" can only be expulsion or good-said advice, respect for the individual's right to freedom of movement is very important, otherwise it may violate the law (the law is bigger than the rules and regulations of local councils);

Begging on the streets of New Zealand
In most public places in New Zealand, it is legal to beg for food or ask for money unless there is a clear prohibition; Generally speaking, beggars simply sit quietly on the sidewalk without prejudice to the position of others.

However, if the beggars are on a high road, they can be considered "minor offences" under New Zealand's Improvised Policing Act if they do not follow the advice of the police. It would constitute a minor criminal offence if beggars continued to turn a deaf ear after warnings from police officers, unreasonably interfering with passers-by and encroaching on normal passage space. The police can arrest beggars for this and take them to court. Convictions in court can result in fines of up to NZ$1,000.

Here's information on begging rules in some of New Zealand's major cities:

The Oakland City Council enacted the Public Safety and Obstruction Ordinance (2013), which prohibits begging in a manner that "may pose a threat to or disturb anyone."
Hamilton City Council has the Public Places Safety Ordinance (2014), which prohibits "disgusting behaviour", which includes begging "for unreasonable interference with the peace, comfort or tranquillity of any reasonable person who may cause harassment, alarm or distress to any reasonable person"
The City of Napier's Public Places Regulations (2014) require permission from the council to beg or sell on public roads
Wellington City Council has made it clear that it will not introduce anti-begging regulations (allowing begging in any public place)
Christchurch City Council abandoned plans to introduce anti-begging legislation in 2015 (as in Wellington, it allows begging in any public place)
Taoranga City Council regulations prohibit begging within five metres of the entrance to "retail premises" such as shops, cafes, restaurants or bars. However, the regulation was repealed on 27 February 2020 and is no longer in force.
 
Selling art on the streets of New Zealand
Street performances are allowed in most parts of New Zealand (i.e. in public and as a means of "getting rich"), but there are usually some restrictions on this in different regional regulations. These rules are usually about how long you can stay in one place, when you can sell art in a day, and where you can sell art. In addition, some potentially dangerous selling to the public is banned, such as performing "Spitfire", which must be a fire hazard, or performing "Swallowing the Sword", which would cause Health and Safety Issue to do the same.

If artists need to "change their skills for money", make sure you don't put pressure on onlookers or hinder those watching them, let's not insult those who don't give money to see them in vain; New Zealanders are usually friendly, tolerant of street performers, and willing to give a few copper plates or even paper tickets as an incentive. In addition, "child labor" is not allowed, under the age of 14 artists, need to obtain permission from their parents (guardians) to legally "sell art", but onlookers may call the police to report.
 

 
 
Sleeping on the streets of New Zealand
New Zealand law gives people the right to sleep on streets, parks, covered passageways, etc. if homeless, and only a handful of district councils prohibit sleeping in specific places.

Nelson, for example, has a rule that no one can sleep on public trails or roads at night. In Hamilton, North Island, street sleepers are not allowed to use public footpaths or fall asleep in places that can "cause obstacles".
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Everyone in New Zealand has the right to move freely, in other words, you have the right to go anywhere you want and live where you want to live. Unless you are in a particular situation, such as "imprisonment" and "potential criminal offences", the New Zealand Government has good reason to restrict the right to "free movement".

Although New Zealand is not "federal", regulations established by city councils (regional councils) in different parts of New Zealand may affect an individual's right to do certain things in public places. For example, begging, street art and sleeping on the street may be restricted in certain areas and under specific parliamentary regulations. In other words, the so-called "restrictions" can only be expulsion or good-said advice, respect for the individual's right to freedom of movement is very important, otherwise it may violate the law (the law is bigger than the rules and regulations of local councils);

Begging on the streets of New Zealand
In most public places in New Zealand, it is legal to beg for food or ask for money unless there is a clear prohibition; Generally speaking, beggars simply sit quietly on the sidewalk without prejudice to the position of others.

However, if the beggars are on a high road, they can be considered "minor offences" under New Zealand's Improvised Policing Act if they do not follow the advice of the police. It would constitute a minor criminal offence if beggars continued to turn a deaf ear after warnings from police officers, unreasonably interfering with passers-by and encroaching on normal passage space. The police can arrest beggars for this and take them to court. Convictions in court can result in fines of up to NZ$1,000.

Here's information on begging rules in some of New Zealand's major cities:

The Oakland City Council enacted the Public Safety and Obstruction Ordinance (2013), which prohibits begging in a manner that "may pose a threat to or disturb anyone."
Hamilton City Council has the Public Places Safety Ordinance (2014), which prohibits "disgusting behaviour", which includes begging "for unreasonable interference with the peace, comfort or tranquillity of any reasonable person who may cause harassment, alarm or distress to any reasonable person"
The City of Napier's Public Places Regulations (2014) require permission from the council to beg or sell on public roads
Wellington City Council has made it clear that it will not introduce anti-begging regulations (allowing begging in any public place)
Christchurch City Council abandoned plans to introduce anti-begging legislation in 2015 (as in Wellington, it allows begging in any public place)
Taoranga City Council regulations prohibit begging within five metres of the entrance to "retail premises" such as shops, cafes, restaurants or bars. However, the regulation was repealed on 27 February 2020 and is no longer in force.
 
Selling art on the streets of New Zealand
Street performances are allowed in most parts of New Zealand (i.e. in public and as a means of "getting rich"), but there are usually some restrictions on this in different regional regulations. These rules are usually about how long you can stay in one place, when you can sell art in a day, and where you can sell art. In addition, some potentially dangerous selling to the public is banned, such as performing "Spitfire", which must be a fire hazard, or performing "Swallowing the Sword", which would cause Health and Safety Issue to do the same.

If artists need to "change their skills for money", make sure you don't put pressure on onlookers or hinder those watching them, let's not insult those who don't give money to see them in vain; New Zealanders are usually friendly, tolerant of street performers, and willing to give a few copper plates or even paper tickets as an incentive. In addition, "child labor" is not allowed, under the age of 14 artists, need to obtain permission from their parents (guardians) to legally "sell art", but onlookers may call the police to report.
 

 
 
Sleeping on the streets of New Zealand
New Zealand law gives people the right to sleep on streets, parks, covered passageways, etc. if homeless, and only a handful of district councils prohibit sleeping in specific places.

Nelson, for example, has a rule that no one can sleep on public trails or roads at night. In Hamilton, North Island, street sleepers are not allowed to use public footpaths or fall asleep in places that can "cause obstacles".
 
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Is there a charge for moving a New Zealand resident visa to a new passport?

Miah wrote the post • 0 comments • 191 views • 2020-12-23 13:21 • added this tag no more than 24h

Residents of New Zealand who do not change their nationality to New Zealand and continue to use their passport in their country of origin can apply for a visa transfer to Immigration New Zealand up to every 10 years, or if their passport needs to be updated due to accidental loss of damage. The English name for this procedure is transfering visa to a new passport.

Immigration New Zealand currently uses "e-visas", which means that the average non-New Zealand citizen does not have a previous "physical sticker" on their passport, but only in Immigration New Zealand's system, which retains passport information and biological information such as fingerprints and compares them at the time of entry and exit. The migration of e-visas is very convenient, only need to hand over the new passport and the old passport together to Immigration New Zealand, only a few working days, the Immigration Department will complete the migration of the new e-visa, the next time you enter and leave the country, the use of a new passport.

Once upon a time, the relocation of PR between old and new passports required a "fee" of nearly NZ$200, but at present, the implementation of e-visas has reduced costs, so immigration new Zealand will also "not make this money", free of charge for e-visas between the old and new passport migration needs.

So, there is also a batch of "old passports" beginning with the G-word, after replacing the new e-passport at the beginning of E, you need to apply for a visa transfer, which is equivalent to a "paper" transfer between eVisa and eVisa, so does this application to Immigration New Zealand charge?

The answer is still free, you also need to put the old passport with visa paper, and a new passport that needs to receive an e-visa, along with the New Zealand Immigration Department, and fill out Form 1023 (application for transfer or confirmation of a visa), do not need to fill in the payment information, mailed to the Immigration Department, in a few days, the Immigration Department will be "you can not see, but new passport with e-visa information", and your old passport, We'll send it back to you by post.

Of course, the Immigration Department still has the option of a "paper visa", even if all passports are e-passports, applicants can still ask for a "ceremony" PR sticker glued to a page of the passport, which is no problem, but not only will the processing time be extended, but you will also have to shell out 210 New Zealand dollars (2020 standard) to apply. view all
Residents of New Zealand who do not change their nationality to New Zealand and continue to use their passport in their country of origin can apply for a visa transfer to Immigration New Zealand up to every 10 years, or if their passport needs to be updated due to accidental loss of damage. The English name for this procedure is transfering visa to a new passport.

Immigration New Zealand currently uses "e-visas", which means that the average non-New Zealand citizen does not have a previous "physical sticker" on their passport, but only in Immigration New Zealand's system, which retains passport information and biological information such as fingerprints and compares them at the time of entry and exit. The migration of e-visas is very convenient, only need to hand over the new passport and the old passport together to Immigration New Zealand, only a few working days, the Immigration Department will complete the migration of the new e-visa, the next time you enter and leave the country, the use of a new passport.

Once upon a time, the relocation of PR between old and new passports required a "fee" of nearly NZ$200, but at present, the implementation of e-visas has reduced costs, so immigration new Zealand will also "not make this money", free of charge for e-visas between the old and new passport migration needs.

So, there is also a batch of "old passports" beginning with the G-word, after replacing the new e-passport at the beginning of E, you need to apply for a visa transfer, which is equivalent to a "paper" transfer between eVisa and eVisa, so does this application to Immigration New Zealand charge?

The answer is still free, you also need to put the old passport with visa paper, and a new passport that needs to receive an e-visa, along with the New Zealand Immigration Department, and fill out Form 1023 (application for transfer or confirmation of a visa), do not need to fill in the payment information, mailed to the Immigration Department, in a few days, the Immigration Department will be "you can not see, but new passport with e-visa information", and your old passport, We'll send it back to you by post.

Of course, the Immigration Department still has the option of a "paper visa", even if all passports are e-passports, applicants can still ask for a "ceremony" PR sticker glued to a page of the passport, which is no problem, but not only will the processing time be extended, but you will also have to shell out 210 New Zealand dollars (2020 standard) to apply.
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How can parent visas be approved more quickly under tighter immigration policies?

Miah wrote the post • 0 comments • 215 views • 2020-12-23 13:20 • added this tag no more than 24h

New Zealand's reunification immigration policy is tightening, children who have been granted New Zealand resident status, one of the single guaranteed parents, need to pay more than NZ$100,000 a year just "pass", and if the guaranteed parents, the annual income of more than NZ$160,000, a relatively small number of people to meet this standard, and even if approved parents from the beginning of the application to obtain RV will take at least four years, and the time to obtain PRV is "far away" (special policy).

Economic development has been a top priority for successive New Zealand governments, attracting high net worth individuals to New Zealand, and Immigration New Zealand is launching a "high threshold" immigration program whose main purpose is to "bring new immigrants to New Zealand!" "。 Among them, a parental retirement immigrant visa is a visa that allows high net worth parents looking to be reunited with their adult children to quickly obtain the right to settle in New Zealand, whose official English name is Parent Retirement Resident Visa.

A parent's retirement immigrant visa is not so much a "reunion immigrant" as an "investment immigrant". Because it takes many years for reuniting migrants to succeed, new Zealand now has a large number of people waiting to reunite migrants, slowly in line. While parental retired immigrants appear to be reunited with their adult children, they still need their parents to have strong financial strength to support them, so the way to deal with the "rich" New Zealand Immigration Service is to handle them quickly;

In a simple sentence, if there is a legitimate source of income can prove the investment of NZ$1 million, plus NZ$500,000 home fee, do not need EOI, do not need to test English, do not need the child's income certificate guarantee, only the child has the right of abode in New Zealand, can let the parents come over. And investments are safe, and there is no emphasis on high-risk investments to be effective.

Basic conditions for new Zealand parents to apply for a retirement immigrant visa
Adult children hold permanent residency in New Zealand or have obtained a New Zealand citizen (New Zealand passport) and the applicant has no other minor children
Applicants have an annual income of more than NZ$60,000 (NZ$60,000) and must have a proven annual income
Applicants invest $1 million in compliance projects in New Zealand through banking channels for 4 years (buying a home does not count as an investment)
In addition to the $1 million investment, applicants will need to pay more than NZ$500,000 for their home
After the application has been approved in principle, the investment funds must be in place within 3 months, and the investment fund must be transferred from the bank channels and the source is legal
In addition to the above, there are some basic conditions for immigrating to New Zealand:

The applicant wishes to reside in New Zealand for a long time
Applicants are in good health and will not be burdened by new Zealand's public health system
The applicant has no criminal record of good character
Applicants are required to purchase health and travel insurance during their stay in New Zealand before obtaining a permanent residence visa
New Zealand parents retired immigrant visa processing time
Upon submission of the application, it will be "approved" by Immigration New Zealand in principle within a short period of time
Upon approval, submit the material within the specified time, transfer the funds to New Zealand and start investing (usually within 3 months)
The Immigration Department accepts the required materials and formally begins processing them (usually 3-6 months)
Immigration approval to obtain the right of abode (note, not permanent residency)
Enter New Zealand, activate your visa, or choose to "sit in immigration supervision"
During the first two years of the four-year period, applicants can travel between their country of origin and New Zealand, and it is no problem where they live longer
For the second two years of four years of immigration supervision, the conditions for residence in New Zealand as set out by the Immigration Department must be met before a permanent return visa can be changed
Immigration New Zealand's official application process and requirements for this visa, as well as online applications, please click here https://www.immigration.govt.n ... -visa view all
New Zealand's reunification immigration policy is tightening, children who have been granted New Zealand resident status, one of the single guaranteed parents, need to pay more than NZ$100,000 a year just "pass", and if the guaranteed parents, the annual income of more than NZ$160,000, a relatively small number of people to meet this standard, and even if approved parents from the beginning of the application to obtain RV will take at least four years, and the time to obtain PRV is "far away" (special policy).

Economic development has been a top priority for successive New Zealand governments, attracting high net worth individuals to New Zealand, and Immigration New Zealand is launching a "high threshold" immigration program whose main purpose is to "bring new immigrants to New Zealand!" "。 Among them, a parental retirement immigrant visa is a visa that allows high net worth parents looking to be reunited with their adult children to quickly obtain the right to settle in New Zealand, whose official English name is Parent Retirement Resident Visa.

A parent's retirement immigrant visa is not so much a "reunion immigrant" as an "investment immigrant". Because it takes many years for reuniting migrants to succeed, new Zealand now has a large number of people waiting to reunite migrants, slowly in line. While parental retired immigrants appear to be reunited with their adult children, they still need their parents to have strong financial strength to support them, so the way to deal with the "rich" New Zealand Immigration Service is to handle them quickly;

In a simple sentence, if there is a legitimate source of income can prove the investment of NZ$1 million, plus NZ$500,000 home fee, do not need EOI, do not need to test English, do not need the child's income certificate guarantee, only the child has the right of abode in New Zealand, can let the parents come over. And investments are safe, and there is no emphasis on high-risk investments to be effective.

Basic conditions for new Zealand parents to apply for a retirement immigrant visa
Adult children hold permanent residency in New Zealand or have obtained a New Zealand citizen (New Zealand passport) and the applicant has no other minor children
Applicants have an annual income of more than NZ$60,000 (NZ$60,000) and must have a proven annual income
Applicants invest $1 million in compliance projects in New Zealand through banking channels for 4 years (buying a home does not count as an investment)
In addition to the $1 million investment, applicants will need to pay more than NZ$500,000 for their home
After the application has been approved in principle, the investment funds must be in place within 3 months, and the investment fund must be transferred from the bank channels and the source is legal
In addition to the above, there are some basic conditions for immigrating to New Zealand:

The applicant wishes to reside in New Zealand for a long time
Applicants are in good health and will not be burdened by new Zealand's public health system
The applicant has no criminal record of good character
Applicants are required to purchase health and travel insurance during their stay in New Zealand before obtaining a permanent residence visa
New Zealand parents retired immigrant visa processing time
Upon submission of the application, it will be "approved" by Immigration New Zealand in principle within a short period of time
Upon approval, submit the material within the specified time, transfer the funds to New Zealand and start investing (usually within 3 months)
The Immigration Department accepts the required materials and formally begins processing them (usually 3-6 months)
Immigration approval to obtain the right of abode (note, not permanent residency)
Enter New Zealand, activate your visa, or choose to "sit in immigration supervision"
During the first two years of the four-year period, applicants can travel between their country of origin and New Zealand, and it is no problem where they live longer
For the second two years of four years of immigration supervision, the conditions for residence in New Zealand as set out by the Immigration Department must be met before a permanent return visa can be changed
Immigration New Zealand's official application process and requirements for this visa, as well as online applications, please click here https://www.immigration.govt.n ... -visa
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A little knowledge of election advertising in New Zealand

Miah wrote the post • 0 comments • 208 views • 2020-12-23 13:17 • added this tag no more than 24h

New Zealand's tri-annual general election is a solemn occasion and an opportunity for New Zealanders to exercise their democratic rights. Unlike the concept of "party state", the concept of "state" in western democratic society is greater than that of "party", and a fair democratic election is a necessary step to produce the next ruling government. Elections are overseen by "electoral commissions" that go beyond political parties, and there are electoral laws that govern the conduct of political parties involved and relevant stakeholders.

According to the electoral law, all general election-related advertisements, including street signs and leaflets, as well as advertisements on the Internet, advertisements in the APP and advertisements in newspapers, must be "released" within the time specified by the Electoral Commission, which defines the ruling period from 18 August to 16 October for the 2020 general election, so that all advertisements must disappear and expire before 23:59 p.m. on 16 October, which is considered illegal.

Saturday, October 17, is New Zealand's 2020 general election polling day.

Content identified as "election advertising" includes:

Promote the voter's content
Promote the content of political parties
To promote the content of political opinions that political parties support (or oppose).
What doesn't count as "offending content"?

News content
Individuals posted on the Internet, independent of political parties or voters, and there is no charge for such postings
Contact information of current members of Parliament
How much can I spend on advertising?

Advertising spending must be done within a specified amount of time (regulation period)
Candidates can spend up to NZ$28,200 on advertising
Political parties can spend up to NZ$1,199,000 on advertising, plus NZ$28,200 per elected party
Registered third-party candidates who spend up to NZ$338,000
Unregistered third-party campaigns can cost up to NZ$13,600
After Election Day, all candidates and political parties are required to submit a list of advertising costs for the general election. If a third-party helper spends more than NZ$100,000, a list of charges will need to be submitted.

In order to ensure transparency, the advertising expenses of all political parties, third parties and candidates will be election.nz website. view all
New Zealand's tri-annual general election is a solemn occasion and an opportunity for New Zealanders to exercise their democratic rights. Unlike the concept of "party state", the concept of "state" in western democratic society is greater than that of "party", and a fair democratic election is a necessary step to produce the next ruling government. Elections are overseen by "electoral commissions" that go beyond political parties, and there are electoral laws that govern the conduct of political parties involved and relevant stakeholders.

According to the electoral law, all general election-related advertisements, including street signs and leaflets, as well as advertisements on the Internet, advertisements in the APP and advertisements in newspapers, must be "released" within the time specified by the Electoral Commission, which defines the ruling period from 18 August to 16 October for the 2020 general election, so that all advertisements must disappear and expire before 23:59 p.m. on 16 October, which is considered illegal.

Saturday, October 17, is New Zealand's 2020 general election polling day.

Content identified as "election advertising" includes:

Promote the voter's content
Promote the content of political parties
To promote the content of political opinions that political parties support (or oppose).
What doesn't count as "offending content"?

News content
Individuals posted on the Internet, independent of political parties or voters, and there is no charge for such postings
Contact information of current members of Parliament
How much can I spend on advertising?

Advertising spending must be done within a specified amount of time (regulation period)
Candidates can spend up to NZ$28,200 on advertising
Political parties can spend up to NZ$1,199,000 on advertising, plus NZ$28,200 per elected party
Registered third-party candidates who spend up to NZ$338,000
Unregistered third-party campaigns can cost up to NZ$13,600
After Election Day, all candidates and political parties are required to submit a list of advertising costs for the general election. If a third-party helper spends more than NZ$100,000, a list of charges will need to be submitted.

In order to ensure transparency, the advertising expenses of all political parties, third parties and candidates will be election.nz website.
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List of new members of the New Zealand Parliament

Miah wrote the post • 0 comments • 215 views • 2020-12-23 13:13 • added this tag no more than 24h

New Zealand's parliament in the 2020 election, there is a "big blood change" phenomenon, because of the New Zealand Labor Party's victory, so that many senior National Party regional MPs and rely on the party ranks into Parliament's "old revolution" have been ruthlessly purged out of Parliament, and some of The Labour Party's ranked no-names have all entered Parliament. Whether it's being a deputy minister or being in the back row of parliament.

Also, this year's largest "vested interest" New Zealand Action Party has sent a group of "rookie" MPs to Parliament.

"Blood change" is so huge that many people on the new list of members of the New Zealand Parliament's website do not have "documented photographs".

Where's the new list of MPs? Please look here

https://www.parliament.nz/en/m ... ment/

All MPs can click on the entry to view personal political information and the various "titles" held. I believe that after a month, everyone's photos will be added to the whole. view all
New Zealand's parliament in the 2020 election, there is a "big blood change" phenomenon, because of the New Zealand Labor Party's victory, so that many senior National Party regional MPs and rely on the party ranks into Parliament's "old revolution" have been ruthlessly purged out of Parliament, and some of The Labour Party's ranked no-names have all entered Parliament. Whether it's being a deputy minister or being in the back row of parliament.

Also, this year's largest "vested interest" New Zealand Action Party has sent a group of "rookie" MPs to Parliament.

"Blood change" is so huge that many people on the new list of members of the New Zealand Parliament's website do not have "documented photographs".

Where's the new list of MPs? Please look here

https://www.parliament.nz/en/m ... ment/

All MPs can click on the entry to view personal political information and the various "titles" held. I believe that after a month, everyone's photos will be added to the whole.
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On Monday, 19 October, Immigration New Zealand announced on its website that it would continue to delay the extraction of EOI (Letter of Intent) for both categories of immigration.

Miah wrote the post • 0 comments • 184 views • 2020-12-23 13:11 • added this tag no more than 24h

On Monday, 19 October, Immigration New Zealand announced on its website that it would continue to delay the extraction of EOI (Letter of Intent) for both categories of immigration.

Immigration New Zealand said the EOI draw for the Skilled Migrant Category and the Parent Residence Visa Category would be delayed by another six months, meaning applicants for both categories would have to be retried as soon as April 2021, even if they submitted their applications.

Immigration New Zealand said the move would allow the Department of Immigration to focus on visa applications for people already in New Zealand who are already in New Zealand or who are eligible to use immunity to visit New Zealand during border restrictions caused by the COVID19 outbreak. view all
On Monday, 19 October, Immigration New Zealand announced on its website that it would continue to delay the extraction of EOI (Letter of Intent) for both categories of immigration.

Immigration New Zealand said the EOI draw for the Skilled Migrant Category and the Parent Residence Visa Category would be delayed by another six months, meaning applicants for both categories would have to be retried as soon as April 2021, even if they submitted their applications.

Immigration New Zealand said the move would allow the Department of Immigration to focus on visa applications for people already in New Zealand who are already in New Zealand or who are eligible to use immunity to visit New Zealand during border restrictions caused by the COVID19 outbreak.
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How to get your personal immigration records services provided by New Zealand Customs

Miah wrote the post • 0 comments • 197 views • 2020-12-23 13:08 • added this tag no more than 24h

New Zealand Customs is not only a "tax collection" body, but also has an obligation to prevent dangers and threats from entering new Zealand and protect New Zealand. The so-called dangers and threats, including "people" and "things", we often say, are only part of the New Zealand Customs' efforts to prevent harmful goods, drugs, commodities and organisms from entering New Zealand;

New Zealand Customs staff collate and analyse this information to check for risks and prevent potential risks from crossing the New Zealand border.

Under New Zealand's Privacy Act 1993 of 1993, any person has the right to request any information about himself or herself from New Zealand Customs, which means personal information about the applicant and travel information (entry and exit records) held by New Zealand Customs.

Sometimes this is an important record of information, for example, Immigration New Zealand needs to check the background when applying for a visa or some sensitive position, and the only agency that can get your movement is New Zealand Customs.

If you would like to request details of your inbound and outbound travel at New Zealand Customs, you will need to follow these steps and submit supporting documentation:

Print a paper application letter indicating what kind of information is required and the applicant needs to sign it (electronic signature is not accepted)
This includes the applicant's residential address or PO Box, as well as the e-mail address
A copy of the applicant's passport or driver's license (New Zealand driver's license) and a copy signed
The above materials can be used in two ways, the first is to scan and send an email to [email protected] to apply, and the second is to send all the original application letter and signed passport/driver's license scans in an envelope

Passenger Movement Checks。
New Zealand Customs Service。
PO Box 2594。
Wakatipu。
Queenstown 9349。

It can take up to one month (20 working days) for New Zealand Customs to process and respond to the applicant. view all
New Zealand Customs is not only a "tax collection" body, but also has an obligation to prevent dangers and threats from entering new Zealand and protect New Zealand. The so-called dangers and threats, including "people" and "things", we often say, are only part of the New Zealand Customs' efforts to prevent harmful goods, drugs, commodities and organisms from entering New Zealand;

New Zealand Customs staff collate and analyse this information to check for risks and prevent potential risks from crossing the New Zealand border.

Under New Zealand's Privacy Act 1993 of 1993, any person has the right to request any information about himself or herself from New Zealand Customs, which means personal information about the applicant and travel information (entry and exit records) held by New Zealand Customs.

Sometimes this is an important record of information, for example, Immigration New Zealand needs to check the background when applying for a visa or some sensitive position, and the only agency that can get your movement is New Zealand Customs.

If you would like to request details of your inbound and outbound travel at New Zealand Customs, you will need to follow these steps and submit supporting documentation:

Print a paper application letter indicating what kind of information is required and the applicant needs to sign it (electronic signature is not accepted)
This includes the applicant's residential address or PO Box, as well as the e-mail address
A copy of the applicant's passport or driver's license (New Zealand driver's license) and a copy signed
The above materials can be used in two ways, the first is to scan and send an email to [email protected] to apply, and the second is to send all the original application letter and signed passport/driver's license scans in an envelope

Passenger Movement Checks。
New Zealand Customs Service。
PO Box 2594。
Wakatipu。
Queenstown 9349。

It can take up to one month (20 working days) for New Zealand Customs to process and respond to the applicant.
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Protests permitted by New Zealand law

Miah wrote the post • 0 comments • 284 views • 2020-12-23 13:03 • added this tag no more than 24h

Protest is one of the broad rights granted to its people by Western democracies. In New Zealand, demonstrations are a demonstration of a group of people expressing their views together, a type of radicalism that usually takes the form of a one-man gathering in the same place. Because a group of people gathered for the same opinion, the opinions they advocated were therefore of great importance. Demonstrations can be used to express views on a public issue, whether positive or negative, especially those related to social injustice and the suffering of the people. The more people involved in a demonstration, the more successful it is usually considered. Demonstrations are usually focused on political, economic and social issues.

In addition, there is a very New Zealand characteristic, that is, there are "Maori" demonstrations, whether because of the historical Maori war treaties, or about the Crown and Maori land disputes, or Maori in other forests in general feel "uncomfortable", can always organize, jump haka, spit tongue, on the street demonstrations.

Apart from Maori-related demonstrations, the most common reasons for demonstrations in New Zealand are the following:

Labour disputes
Climate change
Animal welfare
Environmental pollution.
Feminist.
Child welfare
Minority issues
Demonstrations are usually public because only the organizers of the "make things big" demonstrations can make their views available to a wider audience and pressure the government through public pressure.

There are several common demonstrations in New Zealand:

Marches - A group of people walk from point A to point B
Sit-ins - Demonstrators sit in a fixed or unlimited amount of time and refuse to leave until their demands are taken seriously
Rallies - Crowds gather in one place to listen to the leader of the demonstration
Picketing - A detour around an area, led by order-keeping personnel
New Zealand's demonstrations in recent decades have been peaceful and non-violent, with slogans, slogans, leaflets and dialogue with the government mainstream, smashing and robbing the "black lives" of the kind of play that has no breeding ground in New Zealand. In addition, large-scale demonstrations involved police officers throughout the process, and gave the demonstrators lead the road (pre-routed) to maintain order and avoid irrational clashes between demonstrators and counter-demonstrators.

New Zealand law provides that a demonstration of the type of space occupied (sit-in or assembly) is possible if it takes up public roads, sidewalks, parks, etc., but if private territory is used in the course of the demonstration, permission from the landlord must be obtained or the court will convict the person of trespassing. In the process of sit-in, the legitimate rights and interests of others should not be infringed, such as "road-taking demonstrations", then non-demonstrators must be allowed to pass through the section of the sit-in without interruption, and the right of way and liberty of others must not be denied.

Demonstrations to block roads are an effective and attention-seeking form of protest, but if New Zealand police ask the demonstration to stop and organizers continue to block the roads, they can be criminalized and fined up to NZ$1,000. In addition, if "non-protesters" need to cross the procession horizontally (and in some times long), protesters are not allowed to interfere with the free passage rights of others.

By the way, there is a relatively strange way of demonstrating, which is rare in New Zealand.

Nudity - don't explain it view all
Protest is one of the broad rights granted to its people by Western democracies. In New Zealand, demonstrations are a demonstration of a group of people expressing their views together, a type of radicalism that usually takes the form of a one-man gathering in the same place. Because a group of people gathered for the same opinion, the opinions they advocated were therefore of great importance. Demonstrations can be used to express views on a public issue, whether positive or negative, especially those related to social injustice and the suffering of the people. The more people involved in a demonstration, the more successful it is usually considered. Demonstrations are usually focused on political, economic and social issues.

In addition, there is a very New Zealand characteristic, that is, there are "Maori" demonstrations, whether because of the historical Maori war treaties, or about the Crown and Maori land disputes, or Maori in other forests in general feel "uncomfortable", can always organize, jump haka, spit tongue, on the street demonstrations.

Apart from Maori-related demonstrations, the most common reasons for demonstrations in New Zealand are the following:

Labour disputes
Climate change
Animal welfare
Environmental pollution.
Feminist.
Child welfare
Minority issues
Demonstrations are usually public because only the organizers of the "make things big" demonstrations can make their views available to a wider audience and pressure the government through public pressure.

There are several common demonstrations in New Zealand:

Marches - A group of people walk from point A to point B
Sit-ins - Demonstrators sit in a fixed or unlimited amount of time and refuse to leave until their demands are taken seriously
Rallies - Crowds gather in one place to listen to the leader of the demonstration
Picketing - A detour around an area, led by order-keeping personnel
New Zealand's demonstrations in recent decades have been peaceful and non-violent, with slogans, slogans, leaflets and dialogue with the government mainstream, smashing and robbing the "black lives" of the kind of play that has no breeding ground in New Zealand. In addition, large-scale demonstrations involved police officers throughout the process, and gave the demonstrators lead the road (pre-routed) to maintain order and avoid irrational clashes between demonstrators and counter-demonstrators.

New Zealand law provides that a demonstration of the type of space occupied (sit-in or assembly) is possible if it takes up public roads, sidewalks, parks, etc., but if private territory is used in the course of the demonstration, permission from the landlord must be obtained or the court will convict the person of trespassing. In the process of sit-in, the legitimate rights and interests of others should not be infringed, such as "road-taking demonstrations", then non-demonstrators must be allowed to pass through the section of the sit-in without interruption, and the right of way and liberty of others must not be denied.

Demonstrations to block roads are an effective and attention-seeking form of protest, but if New Zealand police ask the demonstration to stop and organizers continue to block the roads, they can be criminalized and fined up to NZ$1,000. In addition, if "non-protesters" need to cross the procession horizontally (and in some times long), protesters are not allowed to interfere with the free passage rights of others.

By the way, there is a relatively strange way of demonstrating, which is rare in New Zealand.

Nudity - don't explain it
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the real meaning of "foolproof" word in New Zealand

Gabriela wrote the post • 0 comments • 261 views • 2020-12-22 16:58 • added this tag no more than 24h

Fool means "stupid, stupid" in English, proof means "evidence, proof", so what does it mean to have the two words together?

In New Zealand, there are actually a lot of places to see the word, it is used to describe something, or a tool, a software, etc. , it is particularly simple to use, there is no possibility of doing wrong.
 


For example, to teach locals to cook Chinese food, then tomato scrambled eggs can be said to be a relatively foolproof dishes, first scrambled eggs and then fried with tomatoes, as long as put some salt (or can also put some sugar) is very delicious, it is difficult to make dark dishes, this is a foolproof dish.

Next time you see the word, don't think you're swearing or you're stupid. view all
Fool means "stupid, stupid" in English, proof means "evidence, proof", so what does it mean to have the two words together?

In New Zealand, there are actually a lot of places to see the word, it is used to describe something, or a tool, a software, etc. , it is particularly simple to use, there is no possibility of doing wrong.
 


For example, to teach locals to cook Chinese food, then tomato scrambled eggs can be said to be a relatively foolproof dishes, first scrambled eggs and then fried with tomatoes, as long as put some salt (or can also put some sugar) is very delicious, it is difficult to make dark dishes, this is a foolproof dish.

Next time you see the word, don't think you're swearing or you're stupid.
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西澳大利亚州部分民众主张摆脱澳大利亚其他地区,并有效地创建两个国家。市场调查集团Utting Research进行的一项民意调查显示,28%的西澳大利亚人赞成分离。

澳洲广播电台 wrote the post • 0 comments • 197 views • 2020-12-05 16:46 • added this tag no more than 24h

有人提出了一项激进的政策建议,要求澳大利亚建立一个全新的国家,这将涉及一些领域。

周五,该州议会预算办公室公布了激进的政策提案,因为北维多利亚州自由民主党议员蒂姆·奎尔蒂(Tim Quilty)要求就新州的"经济特征"提供"独立建议"。

据报道,巴拉拉特、本迪戈、米尔杜拉、沃东加和谢帕顿等维多利亚州的主要区域中心将和新南威尔士州中心(如瓦加瓦加、阿尔伯里、奥兰治、巴瑟斯特和格里菲斯)一起纳入新州。

这一被称为"Rexit"的举措,意为"区域退出",最初由奎尔蒂在2018年向议会发表首次演讲时提出,他呼吁维多利亚州和新南威尔士州联合起来,从各自的首都分裂。

他说,新州将有助于遏制地区和城市人民之间的社会和经济鸿沟。

奎尔蒂上周五告诉NCA新闻线,此举"必须发生"。

他说:"我一直认为应该发生,但没想到在演讲的时候会发生这种事,而且,过去两年,只是看看政府如何管理事情——他们做出的决定会影响地区,他们甚至没有被考虑。

"这不应该发生, 必须发生。

奎尔蒂表示,拟议中的新州有几个模式,第一个模型是维多利亚州北部和南部地区新南威尔士州。

第二个模式是大墨尔本和吉隆地区形成一个州,大悉尼地区成为自己的管辖区,而维多利亚州和新南威尔士州其他地区的其他地区将形成"一个大的超级州"。

奎尔蒂表示,他将在未来几周开始一场竞选活动,帮助他的想法获得势头,希望为重新划定州边界的全民公决建立一个理由。
 

根据2019年澳大利亚统计局的数据,拟议新州的人口约为134万,超过塔斯马尼亚、澳大利亚首都领地和北领地的人口总和。

新提议的州的形成将使维多利亚州的人口减少80万,新南威尔士州减少50万。

议会预算办公室报告说:"与维多利亚州和新南威尔士州的其他地区相比,拟议中的新州51岁及以上人口比例将更高,而拥有职业证书或高中的人将具有较高的教育水平。

根据 2016 年 8 月 (ABS) 的数据,拟议中的新州的失业率将低于维多利亚州和新南威尔士州的其他地区,但参与率也将较低,即工作年龄人口或想要工作的人口比例。
 
 
与维多利亚州和新南威尔士州的其余地区相比,报告还提到,拟议中的新州每周收入低于1000美元的家庭比例将更高。

拟议的新州将拥有更高比例的农业和健康行业就业的工人。

下列维多利亚州和新南威尔士州地理区域已列入报告,作为拟议新州的一部分:

里维纳
默里
西北
本迪戈
巴拉瑞特
谢帕顿
休谟
拉赫兰谷

巴瑟斯特
年轻 + 亚斯
古尔本 • 穆瓦雷
利斯高
一些上市议会地区的地方政府领导人对提案反应不一,巴瑟斯特地区议会市长鲍比·伯克完全否定了这一提议。

"我们对这样的提议不感兴趣,"他告诉NCA新闻线。

"我们很高兴新南威尔士州作为一个州,维多利亚州人做什么,他们这样做。

"我们有足够的东西来忍受八个州, 澳大利亚最不想要的就是另一个州。

瓦加瓦加市市长格雷格·康基(Greg Conkey)没有排除这一提议,但不同意州政府将大都市区置于区域中心优先。

"这是一个有趣的建议——我想看看更精细的细节,"他说。

"但我不认为你可以争辩说,我们错过了这里瓦加瓦加。我们预计未来五年将投入1.5亿美元涌入这座城市,因此在某种程度上,州政府肯定在照顾瓦加。

这不是第一个改变澳大利亚司法管辖区的建议。
 

 
 
昆士兰分裂

一项雄心勃勃的计划,建立北昆士兰州是一个政党在10月的州选举议程的一部分

卡特的澳大利亚党(KAP)准备推动在北昆士兰州举行全民公决,以在新议会后六个月内从该州其他地区分离出去。

民调显示,选民强烈支持脱离南方,57%的受访者要么强烈同意,要么同意分裂。

约17%的被调查者漠不关心,26%的被调查者持不同意见或强烈反对。
 
 
也越来越多的人推动西澳大利亚州摆脱澳大利亚其他地区,并有效地创建两个国家。

被称为Waxit的这个离奇概念多年来一再出现,但在10月份迅速流行起来,市场调查集团Utting Research进行的一项民意调查显示,28%的西澳大利亚人赞成分离。

WA共和国党是由克莱夫·帕尔默的澳大利亚联合党的前候选人创建的,专门推动这一议程,该党希望在2021年州选举中赢得席位。

这个想法被西澳大利亚州总理马克·麦戈万关闭了。
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有人提出了一项激进的政策建议,要求澳大利亚建立一个全新的国家,这将涉及一些领域。

周五,该州议会预算办公室公布了激进的政策提案,因为北维多利亚州自由民主党议员蒂姆·奎尔蒂(Tim Quilty)要求就新州的"经济特征"提供"独立建议"。

据报道,巴拉拉特、本迪戈、米尔杜拉、沃东加和谢帕顿等维多利亚州的主要区域中心将和新南威尔士州中心(如瓦加瓦加、阿尔伯里、奥兰治、巴瑟斯特和格里菲斯)一起纳入新州。

这一被称为"Rexit"的举措,意为"区域退出",最初由奎尔蒂在2018年向议会发表首次演讲时提出,他呼吁维多利亚州和新南威尔士州联合起来,从各自的首都分裂。

他说,新州将有助于遏制地区和城市人民之间的社会和经济鸿沟。

奎尔蒂上周五告诉NCA新闻线,此举"必须发生"。

他说:"我一直认为应该发生,但没想到在演讲的时候会发生这种事,而且,过去两年,只是看看政府如何管理事情——他们做出的决定会影响地区,他们甚至没有被考虑。

"这不应该发生, 必须发生。

奎尔蒂表示,拟议中的新州有几个模式,第一个模型是维多利亚州北部和南部地区新南威尔士州。

第二个模式是大墨尔本和吉隆地区形成一个州,大悉尼地区成为自己的管辖区,而维多利亚州和新南威尔士州其他地区的其他地区将形成"一个大的超级州"。

奎尔蒂表示,他将在未来几周开始一场竞选活动,帮助他的想法获得势头,希望为重新划定州边界的全民公决建立一个理由。
 

根据2019年澳大利亚统计局的数据,拟议新州的人口约为134万,超过塔斯马尼亚、澳大利亚首都领地和北领地的人口总和。

新提议的州的形成将使维多利亚州的人口减少80万,新南威尔士州减少50万。

议会预算办公室报告说:"与维多利亚州和新南威尔士州的其他地区相比,拟议中的新州51岁及以上人口比例将更高,而拥有职业证书或高中的人将具有较高的教育水平。

根据 2016 年 8 月 (ABS) 的数据,拟议中的新州的失业率将低于维多利亚州和新南威尔士州的其他地区,但参与率也将较低,即工作年龄人口或想要工作的人口比例。
 
 
与维多利亚州和新南威尔士州的其余地区相比,报告还提到,拟议中的新州每周收入低于1000美元的家庭比例将更高。

拟议的新州将拥有更高比例的农业和健康行业就业的工人。

下列维多利亚州和新南威尔士州地理区域已列入报告,作为拟议新州的一部分:

里维纳
默里
西北
本迪戈
巴拉瑞特
谢帕顿
休谟
拉赫兰谷

巴瑟斯特
年轻 + 亚斯
古尔本 • 穆瓦雷
利斯高
一些上市议会地区的地方政府领导人对提案反应不一,巴瑟斯特地区议会市长鲍比·伯克完全否定了这一提议。

"我们对这样的提议不感兴趣,"他告诉NCA新闻线。

"我们很高兴新南威尔士州作为一个州,维多利亚州人做什么,他们这样做。

"我们有足够的东西来忍受八个州, 澳大利亚最不想要的就是另一个州。

瓦加瓦加市市长格雷格·康基(Greg Conkey)没有排除这一提议,但不同意州政府将大都市区置于区域中心优先。

"这是一个有趣的建议——我想看看更精细的细节,"他说。

"但我不认为你可以争辩说,我们错过了这里瓦加瓦加。我们预计未来五年将投入1.5亿美元涌入这座城市,因此在某种程度上,州政府肯定在照顾瓦加。

这不是第一个改变澳大利亚司法管辖区的建议。
 

 
 
昆士兰分裂

一项雄心勃勃的计划,建立北昆士兰州是一个政党在10月的州选举议程的一部分

卡特的澳大利亚党(KAP)准备推动在北昆士兰州举行全民公决,以在新议会后六个月内从该州其他地区分离出去。

民调显示,选民强烈支持脱离南方,57%的受访者要么强烈同意,要么同意分裂。

约17%的被调查者漠不关心,26%的被调查者持不同意见或强烈反对。
 
 
也越来越多的人推动西澳大利亚州摆脱澳大利亚其他地区,并有效地创建两个国家。

被称为Waxit的这个离奇概念多年来一再出现,但在10月份迅速流行起来,市场调查集团Utting Research进行的一项民意调查显示,28%的西澳大利亚人赞成分离。

WA共和国党是由克莱夫·帕尔默的澳大利亚联合党的前候选人创建的,专门推动这一议程,该党希望在2021年州选举中赢得席位。

这个想法被西澳大利亚州总理马克·麦戈万关闭了。
 
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中国政府对澳大利亚的葡萄酒征收高达200%的关税,莫里森政府指责北京政府违反了自由贸易协定。 由来自欧盟多个政党和19个国家立法机构的200多名议员组成的各国议会联盟在12月发起了一场运动,说服人们购买和饮用澳大利亚葡萄酒,向习近平表明,世界不会被他的"欺凌澳大利亚"吓倒。

澳洲广播电台 wrote the post • 0 comments • 214 views • 2020-12-05 16:38 • added this tag no more than 24h

尽管大多数澳大利亚葡萄酒生产商对中国突然征收葡萄酒关税感到担忧,但计划中的出口多元化战略和现有的市场因素使西澳大利亚葡萄酒业完全有能力毫发无损地摆脱危机。

上周,中国政府对澳大利亚的葡萄酒征收高达200%的关税,莫里森政府指责北京政府违反了自由贸易协定。
 
 
突如其来的升级使Penfolds的制造商、澳大利亚最大的葡萄酒出口商之一的国库葡萄酒庄园陷入贸易停顿,因为外交争端威胁到六个关键行业的200亿美元出口。

此次葡萄酒罢工是中国政府今年针对澳大利亚出口的一长串打击中的最新一次,因为上周,中国大使馆向《九新闻》及其《悉尼先驱晨报》和《时代》的刊发一份与澳大利亚的14项不满名单,导致有关中国冠状病毒应对、侵犯人权和领土扩张的争议达到顶峰。

虽然澳大利亚向117个国家出口葡萄酒——其中39%出口到中国——但西澳大利亚州葡萄酒产量的10%出口,其中30%出口到中国,仅相当于该州总产量的3%。

西澳大利亚州首席执行官拉里?约根森(LarryJo根森)表示:"影响并非直接影响,但我们确实理解在业务层面以及对供需更普遍的影响。

"WA生产商正与他们的中国合作伙伴合作,保持良好的业务关系......中国仍然是一个长期市场,具有非凡的潜力。

乔根森表示,其他国家有很大的空间来弥补中国的松懈,市场多元化在州和国家层面已经提上了12个多月。

他表示:"在欧洲、东北亚和东南亚,有可能进一步转变。

到9月底,西澳大利亚州向英国发的葡萄酒数量比9月底增长了49%。

妇女协会还与初级工业和区域发展部合作,将西澳大利亚州葡萄酒年出口量从12%增加一倍,从目前的每升12美元增加,并增加成功出口的WA葡萄酒生产商的数量。

专业公司海德拉咨询公司已聘请确定酒厂,验证出口的目标市场,并创建战略和供应链交付后,类似的成功项目与葡萄酒澳大利亚。

"他们的团队在销售葡萄酒和建立全球供应链方面拥有丰富的经验,"乔根森表示。

伯奇家族葡萄酒公司生产的马德鱼、霍华德公园和马尔坎德伯奇酒庄的杰夫•伯奇(JeffBurch)表示,海德拉的任命是西澳大利亚州葡萄酒业向前迈出的一大步。
 

 
"作为一个行业,我们期待着与团队密切合作,并利用他们的知识,"他说。

当地最新战略出现之际,数百万人被敦促购买澳大利亚葡萄酒,向习近平表明,世界不会被他的"欺凌澳大利亚"吓倒。

由来自多个政党和19个国家立法机构的200多名议员组成的各国议会联盟在12月发起了一场运动,说服人们购买和饮用澳大利亚葡萄酒,以示声援。 view all
尽管大多数澳大利亚葡萄酒生产商对中国突然征收葡萄酒关税感到担忧,但计划中的出口多元化战略和现有的市场因素使西澳大利亚葡萄酒业完全有能力毫发无损地摆脱危机。

上周,中国政府对澳大利亚的葡萄酒征收高达200%的关税,莫里森政府指责北京政府违反了自由贸易协定。
 
 
突如其来的升级使Penfolds的制造商、澳大利亚最大的葡萄酒出口商之一的国库葡萄酒庄园陷入贸易停顿,因为外交争端威胁到六个关键行业的200亿美元出口。

此次葡萄酒罢工是中国政府今年针对澳大利亚出口的一长串打击中的最新一次,因为上周,中国大使馆向《九新闻》及其《悉尼先驱晨报》和《时代》的刊发一份与澳大利亚的14项不满名单,导致有关中国冠状病毒应对、侵犯人权和领土扩张的争议达到顶峰。

虽然澳大利亚向117个国家出口葡萄酒——其中39%出口到中国——但西澳大利亚州葡萄酒产量的10%出口,其中30%出口到中国,仅相当于该州总产量的3%。

西澳大利亚州首席执行官拉里?约根森(LarryJo根森)表示:"影响并非直接影响,但我们确实理解在业务层面以及对供需更普遍的影响。

"WA生产商正与他们的中国合作伙伴合作,保持良好的业务关系......中国仍然是一个长期市场,具有非凡的潜力。

乔根森表示,其他国家有很大的空间来弥补中国的松懈,市场多元化在州和国家层面已经提上了12个多月。

他表示:"在欧洲、东北亚和东南亚,有可能进一步转变。

到9月底,西澳大利亚州向英国发的葡萄酒数量比9月底增长了49%。

妇女协会还与初级工业和区域发展部合作,将西澳大利亚州葡萄酒年出口量从12%增加一倍,从目前的每升12美元增加,并增加成功出口的WA葡萄酒生产商的数量。

专业公司海德拉咨询公司已聘请确定酒厂,验证出口的目标市场,并创建战略和供应链交付后,类似的成功项目与葡萄酒澳大利亚。

"他们的团队在销售葡萄酒和建立全球供应链方面拥有丰富的经验,"乔根森表示。

伯奇家族葡萄酒公司生产的马德鱼、霍华德公园和马尔坎德伯奇酒庄的杰夫•伯奇(JeffBurch)表示,海德拉的任命是西澳大利亚州葡萄酒业向前迈出的一大步。
 

 
"作为一个行业,我们期待着与团队密切合作,并利用他们的知识,"他说。

当地最新战略出现之际,数百万人被敦促购买澳大利亚葡萄酒,向习近平表明,世界不会被他的"欺凌澳大利亚"吓倒。

由来自多个政党和19个国家立法机构的200多名议员组成的各国议会联盟在12月发起了一场运动,说服人们购买和饮用澳大利亚葡萄酒,以示声援。
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西澳大利亚州州长麦戈文(MarkMcGowan)发表向北京政府卑躬屈膝的言论,随即遭到多名澳洲议员的质问,你从中国政府哪里拿了多少钱?

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西澳大利亚州州长麦戈文(MarkMcGowan)呼吁企业和澳大利亚各级企业帮助修复澳大利亚与主要贸易伙伴中国的关系,因为两国面临日益严重的国际争端。

麦戈文在CEDA州政府演说中对西澳大利亚州最具影响力的人群说,他曾多次告诉联邦政府,如果接到要求,他将帮助理顺事情。
 

他说:"我们都需要合作来修复它,我曾多次向英联邦提出这一提议,无论我们能做的什么,都帮助修复这种关系。

"我只是敦促每个级别的每个人开始与中国同行的对话,以期修复和恢复这种关系。

"我担心未来, 如果我们不这样做。

麦戈文经常缓和他关于澳中关系的言论,同时呼吁联邦政府在外交上采取更温和的态度。

总理过去还表示,外交政策是国家政府的领地,但周三在CEDA活动上,他宣布西澳大利亚州将尽其所能保持强大的财政地位。

他说:"作为一个国家,我们将尽我们所能,保持我们与印度、日本、美国或中国之间牢固的贸易关系。

"因为我们的核心是一个贸易国家,我们不能因为失去长期的贸易关系而浪费我们的经济成功。

"这种关系非常重要,所有在这个房间里的人都会明白,中国是一个庞大的市场。它正在迅速成长为一个中产阶级国家。它从澳大利亚购买大量的产品。

"从这种关系中受益最大的州是西澳大利亚州, 我认为这在东部各州已经丢失了。
 

 
 
在过去的12个月里,WA已经在中国销售了价值1000亿美元的产品,并购买了40亿美元的材料作为回报。

麦高文表示:"我们对中国有960亿美元的贸易顺差。

"这导致超过 200,000 个 WA 工作岗位。

"你不能轻轻地放弃这种关系。这很重要。它对我们所有的繁荣都很重要。

"我只是非常热心,我提出,任何国家可以做的,以修复的关系,这是非常重要的,我们所有的未来,但也为我们的孩子和我们的繁荣在未来。

在澳大利亚要求调查COVID-19的起源后,中国对中国之间的紧张关系一直居高不下,因为中国累积了贸易壁垒,禁止澳大利亚出口。

过去一周,一位中国政府官员在推特上发布了一张澳大利亚士兵即将割断一名阿富汗儿童喉咙的捏造图片。
 
该微博是对阿富汗特别航空局行为的调查的回应,该处报告了澳大利亚士兵犯下战争罪和谋杀罪的指控。

英国首相斯科特·莫里森呼吁中国政府就这一形象道歉。

联邦财政部长乔希·弗莱登伯格周三表示,与中国有2000亿美元的双向贸易情况十分严峻。

"中国是我们的头号贸易伙伴。许多澳大利亚的工作依赖于贸易,"他说。

"我非常乐观,我们世界各地的出口商的机会,但话虽如此,与中国的情况是非常严重的。

麦戈文表示,在支持美国、与中国进行贸易方面,他不认为存在主权论调。

"我支持我们成为一个主权国家......这一切都将继续。但这并不意味着我们以某种方式制造关于我们主权的虚假论点,"他说。

"我们是一个主权国家,我们将继续是一个主权国家。

麦戈文还利用周三的讲话,谈到该州的经济形势,称他认为西澳大利亚州会比其它州更好地在政府刺激计划结束后幸存下来。

他说:"我之所以这样说,是每一个指标,无论是贸易还是我们的国内经济,都是令人难以置信的强劲。

澳大利亚统计局周三公布的数据显示,西澳大利亚州9月份的最终需求增长了4.9%,家庭支出的上涨最大,为11.7%,远高于7.9%的全国平均水平。

在9月份的3个月里,美国国内生产总值(GDP)增长了3.3%,而此前6月份,国内生产总值(GDP)收缩了7%。

麦戈万表示,ABS数据显示,西澳大利亚州是全国唯一以年均平均增长的州。

反对党领袖扎克·柯库普说,除了维多利亚州之外,西澳大利亚州实际上经历了任何州中需求最弱的。维多利亚州一直被封锁。

他说:"我们再次看到,工党没有为我们的国家制定经济计划,这就是为什么这次选举很重要,因为工党除了COVID-19之外没有计划,没有我们的未来愿景,它会影响西澳大利亚人和我们现在的生活方式。 view all
西澳大利亚州州长麦戈文(MarkMcGowan)呼吁企业和澳大利亚各级企业帮助修复澳大利亚与主要贸易伙伴中国的关系,因为两国面临日益严重的国际争端。

麦戈文在CEDA州政府演说中对西澳大利亚州最具影响力的人群说,他曾多次告诉联邦政府,如果接到要求,他将帮助理顺事情。
 

他说:"我们都需要合作来修复它,我曾多次向英联邦提出这一提议,无论我们能做的什么,都帮助修复这种关系。

"我只是敦促每个级别的每个人开始与中国同行的对话,以期修复和恢复这种关系。

"我担心未来, 如果我们不这样做。

麦戈文经常缓和他关于澳中关系的言论,同时呼吁联邦政府在外交上采取更温和的态度。

总理过去还表示,外交政策是国家政府的领地,但周三在CEDA活动上,他宣布西澳大利亚州将尽其所能保持强大的财政地位。

他说:"作为一个国家,我们将尽我们所能,保持我们与印度、日本、美国或中国之间牢固的贸易关系。

"因为我们的核心是一个贸易国家,我们不能因为失去长期的贸易关系而浪费我们的经济成功。

"这种关系非常重要,所有在这个房间里的人都会明白,中国是一个庞大的市场。它正在迅速成长为一个中产阶级国家。它从澳大利亚购买大量的产品。

"从这种关系中受益最大的州是西澳大利亚州, 我认为这在东部各州已经丢失了。
 

 
 
在过去的12个月里,WA已经在中国销售了价值1000亿美元的产品,并购买了40亿美元的材料作为回报。

麦高文表示:"我们对中国有960亿美元的贸易顺差。

"这导致超过 200,000 个 WA 工作岗位。

"你不能轻轻地放弃这种关系。这很重要。它对我们所有的繁荣都很重要。

"我只是非常热心,我提出,任何国家可以做的,以修复的关系,这是非常重要的,我们所有的未来,但也为我们的孩子和我们的繁荣在未来。

在澳大利亚要求调查COVID-19的起源后,中国对中国之间的紧张关系一直居高不下,因为中国累积了贸易壁垒,禁止澳大利亚出口。

过去一周,一位中国政府官员在推特上发布了一张澳大利亚士兵即将割断一名阿富汗儿童喉咙的捏造图片。
 
该微博是对阿富汗特别航空局行为的调查的回应,该处报告了澳大利亚士兵犯下战争罪和谋杀罪的指控。

英国首相斯科特·莫里森呼吁中国政府就这一形象道歉。

联邦财政部长乔希·弗莱登伯格周三表示,与中国有2000亿美元的双向贸易情况十分严峻。

"中国是我们的头号贸易伙伴。许多澳大利亚的工作依赖于贸易,"他说。

"我非常乐观,我们世界各地的出口商的机会,但话虽如此,与中国的情况是非常严重的。

麦戈文表示,在支持美国、与中国进行贸易方面,他不认为存在主权论调。

"我支持我们成为一个主权国家......这一切都将继续。但这并不意味着我们以某种方式制造关于我们主权的虚假论点,"他说。

"我们是一个主权国家,我们将继续是一个主权国家。

麦戈文还利用周三的讲话,谈到该州的经济形势,称他认为西澳大利亚州会比其它州更好地在政府刺激计划结束后幸存下来。

他说:"我之所以这样说,是每一个指标,无论是贸易还是我们的国内经济,都是令人难以置信的强劲。

澳大利亚统计局周三公布的数据显示,西澳大利亚州9月份的最终需求增长了4.9%,家庭支出的上涨最大,为11.7%,远高于7.9%的全国平均水平。

在9月份的3个月里,美国国内生产总值(GDP)增长了3.3%,而此前6月份,国内生产总值(GDP)收缩了7%。

麦戈万表示,ABS数据显示,西澳大利亚州是全国唯一以年均平均增长的州。

反对党领袖扎克·柯库普说,除了维多利亚州之外,西澳大利亚州实际上经历了任何州中需求最弱的。维多利亚州一直被封锁。

他说:"我们再次看到,工党没有为我们的国家制定经济计划,这就是为什么这次选举很重要,因为工党除了COVID-19之外没有计划,没有我们的未来愿景,它会影响西澳大利亚人和我们现在的生活方式。
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雪佛龙的澳大利亚老板AlWilliams将回到美国家乡,在澳洲珀斯工作两年后,他在美国能源巨头公司找到了一份新工作。

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雪佛龙的澳大利亚老板AlWilliams将回到美国家乡,在珀斯工作两年后,在美国能源巨头公司找到一份新工作。

该公司在美国连夜宣布,其珀斯办事处周四上午证实,他将于3月1日离职。
 

 
威廉姆斯将由马克•哈特菲尔德接替,他目前是雪佛龙墨西哥湾业务的副总裁。

威廉姆斯先生被任命为雪佛龙公司公司事务副总裁,并将向董事长兼首席执行官迈克尔·沃斯报告。

自 2019 年 1 月以来,他一直带领雪佛龙澳大利亚公司在珀斯总部,负责戈尔贡、惠斯通和皮尔巴拉西北货架液化天然气项目的关键国家项目。

雪佛龙(Chevron)位于巴罗岛的Gorgon液化天然气项目三列生产列车之一的发现,使威廉斯在年中停产后的任期恶化,因为该项目在年中停产,导致生产成本数月之高。

威廉姆斯表示:"我津津乐道在澳大利亚与才华横溢、富有创新精神和活力的人一起工作,将天然气安全带到西澳大利亚州社区,将液化天然气带到亚太地区。

哈特菲尔德先生在澳大利亚雪佛龙公司工作了30年,他表示,他的目标是加强他的前任在两年在这里建立的地方伙伴关系。

"戈尔贡、惠斯通和西北货架天然气设施是我们全球投资组合中的战略资产,"他说。

"我期待着在 Al 为加强我们与澳大利亚商业和社区合作伙伴的关系所做的工作上继续做。 view all
雪佛龙的澳大利亚老板AlWilliams将回到美国家乡,在珀斯工作两年后,在美国能源巨头公司找到一份新工作。

该公司在美国连夜宣布,其珀斯办事处周四上午证实,他将于3月1日离职。
 

 
威廉姆斯将由马克•哈特菲尔德接替,他目前是雪佛龙墨西哥湾业务的副总裁。

威廉姆斯先生被任命为雪佛龙公司公司事务副总裁,并将向董事长兼首席执行官迈克尔·沃斯报告。

自 2019 年 1 月以来,他一直带领雪佛龙澳大利亚公司在珀斯总部,负责戈尔贡、惠斯通和皮尔巴拉西北货架液化天然气项目的关键国家项目。

雪佛龙(Chevron)位于巴罗岛的Gorgon液化天然气项目三列生产列车之一的发现,使威廉斯在年中停产后的任期恶化,因为该项目在年中停产,导致生产成本数月之高。

威廉姆斯表示:"我津津乐道在澳大利亚与才华横溢、富有创新精神和活力的人一起工作,将天然气安全带到西澳大利亚州社区,将液化天然气带到亚太地区。

哈特菲尔德先生在澳大利亚雪佛龙公司工作了30年,他表示,他的目标是加强他的前任在两年在这里建立的地方伙伴关系。

"戈尔贡、惠斯通和西北货架天然气设施是我们全球投资组合中的战略资产,"他说。

"我期待着在 Al 为加强我们与澳大利亚商业和社区合作伙伴的关系所做的工作上继续做。
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周六早上,一个为无家可归者设计的艺术装置再次出现在珀斯CBD的街道上。该座位安装在惠灵顿和军营街道的拐角处,以抗议议会决定不"批准"一项向无家可归者提供食物的计划。

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去年11月,珀斯市长巴兹尔·赞皮拉斯(Basil Zempilas)对无家可归问题发表了有争议的评论,一个游击艺术装置再次出现在CBD的街道上。

周六早上,该座位安装在惠灵顿和军营街道的拐角处,以抗议议会决定不"批准"一项向无家可归者提供食物的计划。
 

 
 
该装置是在珀斯市选举期间首次在西澳大利亚艺术画廊外设置的,其长凳在靠背未连接时可转换为避难所。

该席位包括Zempilas去年在《西澳大利亚人报》上写的一篇专栏文章中的一句话,他发誓,如果当选市长,将"强行"清理海和默里街购物中心,以"必要时强行"清理。

他在专栏中写道:"我不为此道歉,无家可归者需要搬出海和默里街的购物中心和周边地区。

"强制,如果这是它需要的。我厌倦了那些不像我这样在城市里生活和工作的人告诉我, 这还不算太糟 — — 事实上, 情况更糟。

"外观,气味,语言,战斗- 这是恶心的。我们的城市的灾难。

此后,赞皮拉斯先生为这些评论道歉。

当座椅靠背被抬起时——为粗睡者提供潜在的住所——它揭示了"只要你喜欢就呆"的字。

救世军在周五、周六和周日晚上向CBD无家可归者分发食品的计划上周结束,该慈善机构表示,这项服务尚未得到珀斯市的"批准"。
 
 
"反无家可归"措施正在珀斯各地出现,永久公共家具被从公园移走,警方也发出了更多的移动通知。

他说:"这向我们证明,珀斯市宁愿隐藏问题,也不愿投入资源,以同情方式解决这一问题。

他说,该委员会应该与慈善机构、社区团体和专家合作,为无家可归问题找到长期解决办法,并呼吁恢复救世军的食品服务。

他说:"我们已经看到了影响,使用这些程序的人很多,要阻止它。

"我们知道珀斯市已经投资资助安全夜地,但我们认为这并不意味着我们应该牺牲其他重要服务。

救世军将继续在珀斯市内提供外展服务,包括福利检查、向其他组织提供转介和应对危机情况。
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去年11月,珀斯市长巴兹尔·赞皮拉斯(Basil Zempilas)对无家可归问题发表了有争议的评论,一个游击艺术装置再次出现在CBD的街道上。

周六早上,该座位安装在惠灵顿和军营街道的拐角处,以抗议议会决定不"批准"一项向无家可归者提供食物的计划。
 

 
 
该装置是在珀斯市选举期间首次在西澳大利亚艺术画廊外设置的,其长凳在靠背未连接时可转换为避难所。

该席位包括Zempilas去年在《西澳大利亚人报》上写的一篇专栏文章中的一句话,他发誓,如果当选市长,将"强行"清理海和默里街购物中心,以"必要时强行"清理。

他在专栏中写道:"我不为此道歉,无家可归者需要搬出海和默里街的购物中心和周边地区。

"强制,如果这是它需要的。我厌倦了那些不像我这样在城市里生活和工作的人告诉我, 这还不算太糟 — — 事实上, 情况更糟。

"外观,气味,语言,战斗- 这是恶心的。我们的城市的灾难。

此后,赞皮拉斯先生为这些评论道歉。

当座椅靠背被抬起时——为粗睡者提供潜在的住所——它揭示了"只要你喜欢就呆"的字。

救世军在周五、周六和周日晚上向CBD无家可归者分发食品的计划上周结束,该慈善机构表示,这项服务尚未得到珀斯市的"批准"。
 
 
"反无家可归"措施正在珀斯各地出现,永久公共家具被从公园移走,警方也发出了更多的移动通知。

他说:"这向我们证明,珀斯市宁愿隐藏问题,也不愿投入资源,以同情方式解决这一问题。

他说,该委员会应该与慈善机构、社区团体和专家合作,为无家可归问题找到长期解决办法,并呼吁恢复救世军的食品服务。

他说:"我们已经看到了影响,使用这些程序的人很多,要阻止它。

"我们知道珀斯市已经投资资助安全夜地,但我们认为这并不意味着我们应该牺牲其他重要服务。

救世军将继续在珀斯市内提供外展服务,包括福利检查、向其他组织提供转介和应对危机情况。
 
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麦凯尔研究所公布了对科夫斯港附近蓝莓工作为期三个月的调查结果。澳洲农场工人每小时只拿到3美元, 海外背包客成为了被压榨对象。

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农场工人每小时只拿到3美元,在新南威尔士州北部海岸采摘蓝莓,这一消息的披露引发了要求皇家委员会进入火力不足的园艺部门。

麦凯尔研究所公布了对科夫斯港附近蓝莓工作为期三个月的调查结果。

今年早些时候,冠状病毒的封锁导致成千上万的背包客蜂拥而至,劳动力供过于求,与澳大利亚的其他地区形成鲜明对比。

46岁的娜塔莉·特里格威尔在丛林大火中失去了新南威尔士州尼姆宾镇附近的家,当她找到一份采摘浆果的工作时,她正住在露营车里。

她在报告中说:"我去那里发现,我每天挣15到20美元。
 
 
他说:"这份令人震惊的新报告可以添加到研究领域,表明澳大利亚农场已成为工资盗窃、剥削和虐待工人的温床。

"这不只是科夫斯港 - 在地图上选择一个地方, 你会发现离谱的剥削。

沃尔顿敦促农业部长大卫·利特普卢德支持一个皇家委员会。

利图鲁德表示,他"永不说",但赞成通过加强和协调的州法律来解决这个问题。
 
 
他说,这个问题仅限于一小部分人,这可能会破坏农业工作的声誉。

报告呼吁打击流氓招募者,加大处罚力度,加大工作场所调查人员的执法力度,并改革澳大利亚的签证计划。

它还主张制定新法律,以确保农民必须支付最低小时工资。

调查发现,狡猾的雇佣劳工公司在Facebook、微信和Gumtree上招募员工,并错误地将采摘水果宣传为高薪和有趣的工作。

主要作者Ed Cavanough还观察到,一组集装箱被改装成四床宿舍,供太平洋岛工人以郊区房屋的价格租用。

背包客每人支付高达150美元,住在9至12人共享房屋中,使房东的租金中位数是科夫斯港郊区的三倍。
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农场工人每小时只拿到3美元,在新南威尔士州北部海岸采摘蓝莓,这一消息的披露引发了要求皇家委员会进入火力不足的园艺部门。

麦凯尔研究所公布了对科夫斯港附近蓝莓工作为期三个月的调查结果。

今年早些时候,冠状病毒的封锁导致成千上万的背包客蜂拥而至,劳动力供过于求,与澳大利亚的其他地区形成鲜明对比。

46岁的娜塔莉·特里格威尔在丛林大火中失去了新南威尔士州尼姆宾镇附近的家,当她找到一份采摘浆果的工作时,她正住在露营车里。

她在报告中说:"我去那里发现,我每天挣15到20美元。
 
 
他说:"这份令人震惊的新报告可以添加到研究领域,表明澳大利亚农场已成为工资盗窃、剥削和虐待工人的温床。

"这不只是科夫斯港 - 在地图上选择一个地方, 你会发现离谱的剥削。

沃尔顿敦促农业部长大卫·利特普卢德支持一个皇家委员会。

利图鲁德表示,他"永不说",但赞成通过加强和协调的州法律来解决这个问题。
 
 
他说,这个问题仅限于一小部分人,这可能会破坏农业工作的声誉。

报告呼吁打击流氓招募者,加大处罚力度,加大工作场所调查人员的执法力度,并改革澳大利亚的签证计划。

它还主张制定新法律,以确保农民必须支付最低小时工资。

调查发现,狡猾的雇佣劳工公司在Facebook、微信和Gumtree上招募员工,并错误地将采摘水果宣传为高薪和有趣的工作。

主要作者Ed Cavanough还观察到,一组集装箱被改装成四床宿舍,供太平洋岛工人以郊区房屋的价格租用。

背包客每人支付高达150美元,住在9至12人共享房屋中,使房东的租金中位数是科夫斯港郊区的三倍。
 
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中国社交媒体平台微信屏蔽了澳大利亚总理斯科特•莫里森(ScottMorrison)的一条信息。因为中国外交部发言人赵立健周一贴出了一名澳大利亚士兵拿着一把血淋淋的刀刺向一名阿富汗儿童的喉咙的虚假照片。澳洲政府称中国使用ps修图软件造假,企图用造谣,虚假信息绑架澳大利亚

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中国社交媒体平台微信屏蔽了澳大利亚总理斯科特•莫里森(ScottMorrison)的一条信息。

中国拒绝莫里森的道歉要求,因为中国外交部发言人赵立健周一贴出了一名澳大利亚士兵拿着一把血淋淋的刀刺向一名阿富汗儿童的喉咙的虚假照片。
 


澳洲政府称中国使用ps修图软件造假,企图用造谣,虚假信息绑架澳大利亚

莫里森周二来到微信,批评"虚假形象",同时对澳大利亚华人社区表示赞扬。

莫里森在致信中为澳大利亚对阿富汗特种部队行动的战争罪调查进行了辩护,并说澳大利亚将以透明的方式处理"棘手的问题"。
 
 
 
但周三晚间,这一信息似乎被屏蔽了,"威信官方账户平台运营中心"的一条便条显示,该内容无法查看,因为它违反了相关规定,包括歪曲历史事件和混淆公众。

微信的母公司腾讯没有立即回复置评请求。

一项为期四年的调查得出结论,澳大利亚特种部队据称在阿富汗杀害了39名手无寸铁的囚犯和平民,据报道,高级突击队强迫初级士兵杀死手无寸铁的俘虏,以便"流血"作战。

澳大利亚上周表示,19名现任和前任士兵将被移交进行可能的刑事起诉。

中国大使馆表示,澳大利亚政界人士和媒体对士兵形象的"愤怒和咆哮"是反应过度。

报告称,澳大利亚正寻求"转移公众对某些澳大利亚士兵可怕暴行的注意力"。
 
 
 
其他国家,包括美国、新西兰和法国,以及中国宣称自己拥有自治的台湾岛,都对中国外交部在官方 Twitter 账户上使用纵的图像表示关切。

"中共最近对澳大利亚的攻击是它无节制地利用虚假信息和胁迫性外交的又一个例子。它的虚伪是显而易见的,"美国国务院周三说,指的是中国共产党。

杰克•沙利文(JakeS沙利文)在即将上任的美国总统当选人拜登(JoeBiden)政府中担任国家安全顾问,他在推特上支持澳大利亚,但没有提到中国。

他写道:"美国将肩并肩地与盟友澳大利亚站在一起,团结其他民主国家,推进我们共同的安全、繁荣和价值观。

"新低"
美国国务院副发言人布朗(CaleBrown)表示,这名士兵的捏造形象是"一个新的低点,甚至对中国共产党来说也是一个新低"。

布朗在一条微博中写道:"随着中共散布造谣,它掩盖了其骇人听闻的侵犯人权行为,包括拘留新疆100多万穆斯林。

法国外交部发言人周二表示,这条微博图片"特别令人震惊",赵明《一段段文》的评论"侮辱了目前在阿富汗从事武装部队的所有国家"。

 
中国驻巴黎大使馆周三进行了回击,称这幅士兵形象是一位画家的漫画,并补充说,法国此前曾大声捍卫漫画权。

微信在澳大利亚有69万活跃每日用户,9月份,它告诉澳大利亚政府调查,它将防止外国通过其平台干涉澳大利亚公众辩论。

莫里森的消息已经阅读了57,000微信用户到周三。

赵本山的推文被固定在Twitter账户的顶峰,在Twitter将其标记为敏感内容后,6万名关注者"喜欢"了该微博,但拒绝了澳大利亚政府删除该图片的请求。

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中国社交媒体平台微信屏蔽了澳大利亚总理斯科特•莫里森(ScottMorrison)的一条信息。

中国拒绝莫里森的道歉要求,因为中国外交部发言人赵立健周一贴出了一名澳大利亚士兵拿着一把血淋淋的刀刺向一名阿富汗儿童的喉咙的虚假照片。
 


澳洲政府称中国使用ps修图软件造假,企图用造谣,虚假信息绑架澳大利亚

莫里森周二来到微信,批评"虚假形象",同时对澳大利亚华人社区表示赞扬。

莫里森在致信中为澳大利亚对阿富汗特种部队行动的战争罪调查进行了辩护,并说澳大利亚将以透明的方式处理"棘手的问题"。
 
 
 
但周三晚间,这一信息似乎被屏蔽了,"威信官方账户平台运营中心"的一条便条显示,该内容无法查看,因为它违反了相关规定,包括歪曲历史事件和混淆公众。

微信的母公司腾讯没有立即回复置评请求。

一项为期四年的调查得出结论,澳大利亚特种部队据称在阿富汗杀害了39名手无寸铁的囚犯和平民,据报道,高级突击队强迫初级士兵杀死手无寸铁的俘虏,以便"流血"作战。

澳大利亚上周表示,19名现任和前任士兵将被移交进行可能的刑事起诉。

中国大使馆表示,澳大利亚政界人士和媒体对士兵形象的"愤怒和咆哮"是反应过度。

报告称,澳大利亚正寻求"转移公众对某些澳大利亚士兵可怕暴行的注意力"。
 
 
 
其他国家,包括美国、新西兰和法国,以及中国宣称自己拥有自治的台湾岛,都对中国外交部在官方 Twitter 账户上使用纵的图像表示关切。

"中共最近对澳大利亚的攻击是它无节制地利用虚假信息和胁迫性外交的又一个例子。它的虚伪是显而易见的,"美国国务院周三说,指的是中国共产党。

杰克•沙利文(JakeS沙利文)在即将上任的美国总统当选人拜登(JoeBiden)政府中担任国家安全顾问,他在推特上支持澳大利亚,但没有提到中国。

他写道:"美国将肩并肩地与盟友澳大利亚站在一起,团结其他民主国家,推进我们共同的安全、繁荣和价值观。

"新低"
美国国务院副发言人布朗(CaleBrown)表示,这名士兵的捏造形象是"一个新的低点,甚至对中国共产党来说也是一个新低"。

布朗在一条微博中写道:"随着中共散布造谣,它掩盖了其骇人听闻的侵犯人权行为,包括拘留新疆100多万穆斯林。

法国外交部发言人周二表示,这条微博图片"特别令人震惊",赵明《一段段文》的评论"侮辱了目前在阿富汗从事武装部队的所有国家"。

 
中国驻巴黎大使馆周三进行了回击,称这幅士兵形象是一位画家的漫画,并补充说,法国此前曾大声捍卫漫画权。

微信在澳大利亚有69万活跃每日用户,9月份,它告诉澳大利亚政府调查,它将防止外国通过其平台干涉澳大利亚公众辩论。

莫里森的消息已经阅读了57,000微信用户到周三。

赵本山的推文被固定在Twitter账户的顶峰,在Twitter将其标记为敏感内容后,6万名关注者"喜欢"了该微博,但拒绝了澳大利亚政府删除该图片的请求。

推特在中国被屏蔽,但被中国外交官使用
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澳洲农业部长表示:中国对澳大利亚葡萄酒征收高达212%的关税,企图使一个价值超过10亿美元的澳洲葡萄酒行业向共产党屈服。澳洲国民和农场主必须看清习近平和他的北京政府的卑劣无耻行为

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一名中国官员发布了一幅澳大利亚士兵威胁一名阿富汗儿童的篡改图像,总理让海外侨民远离了这场外交争端。 他在微信上写道:“我们承认并高度赞赏和重视几代中国移民对澳大利亚做出的贡献。”。 “我们的澳大利亚华人社区将继续发挥重要作用,确保我们继续成为一个成功的多元文化国家。”

 
莫里森还利用《南华早报》抨击了中国对澳大利亚驻阿富汗士兵涉嫌战争罪行的反应。 他说:“澳大利亚处理这个问题的透明和诚实的方式是这个国家的荣誉,也是所有为这个国家服兵役的人的荣誉。”。 “如果发生了需要采取行动的所谓事件,那么我们已经建立了诚实和透明的进程来实现这一点。 “这就是一个自由、民主、自由的国家所做的事情。” 澳大利亚的主要情报盟友也批评中国推进其挑衅和敌对的宣传岗位。 莫里森要求道歉,并警告联盟同事不要放大社交媒体的攻击。
 

"我们的工作重点是建立对话,使我们能够像政府一样稳步地处理问题,"他在一个党内会议上表示。

与此同时,来自19个国家的数百名政界人士敦促本国公民今年12月喝澳大利亚葡萄酒,向习近平表明世界不会被欺凌吓倒。

中国对澳大利亚葡萄酒征收高达212%的关税,企图使一个价值超过10亿美元的澳洲葡萄酒行业向共产党屈服。

澳大利亚农业和贸易部长将会晤该国最高葡萄酒机构,以防范中国的贸易干预。

中国表示,澳大利亚不公平地向市场倾销葡萄酒,对动摇了当地产业的产品征收巨额关税。

农业部长大卫·利特普鲁德说,政府将"大力捍卫"这个行业,指出澳大利亚葡萄酒是中国价格第二高的葡萄酒。
 
周三,他将与贸易部长西蒙·伯明罕一起会见澳大利亚葡萄和葡萄酒部部长托尼·巴蒂林,向世界贸易组织提出上诉。 时间不多了,利特尔普劳德表示,他们有10天的时间这样做。 部长将继续与业界合作,帮助寻找澳大利亚葡萄酒的新市场。 利特尔普劳德表示,澳大利亚遵守国际贸易规则。 南澳大利亚议员雷贝卡沙尔基(Rebekha Sharkie)的选民涵盖了主要的葡萄酒产区,她担心当地企业受到打击,敦促政府立即支持种植者。 中国对澳大利亚要求调查冠状病毒的来源,公开谈论侵犯人权,以及压制外国投资和干涉感到愤怒。 受此影响,澳大利亚的煤炭、木材、谷物和海鲜等一系列出口产品都遭遇了禁令和关税。
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一名中国官员发布了一幅澳大利亚士兵威胁一名阿富汗儿童的篡改图像,总理让海外侨民远离了这场外交争端。 他在微信上写道:“我们承认并高度赞赏和重视几代中国移民对澳大利亚做出的贡献。”。 “我们的澳大利亚华人社区将继续发挥重要作用,确保我们继续成为一个成功的多元文化国家。”

 
莫里森还利用《南华早报》抨击了中国对澳大利亚驻阿富汗士兵涉嫌战争罪行的反应。 他说:“澳大利亚处理这个问题的透明和诚实的方式是这个国家的荣誉,也是所有为这个国家服兵役的人的荣誉。”。 “如果发生了需要采取行动的所谓事件,那么我们已经建立了诚实和透明的进程来实现这一点。 “这就是一个自由、民主、自由的国家所做的事情。” 澳大利亚的主要情报盟友也批评中国推进其挑衅和敌对的宣传岗位。 莫里森要求道歉,并警告联盟同事不要放大社交媒体的攻击。
 

"我们的工作重点是建立对话,使我们能够像政府一样稳步地处理问题,"他在一个党内会议上表示。

与此同时,来自19个国家的数百名政界人士敦促本国公民今年12月喝澳大利亚葡萄酒,向习近平表明世界不会被欺凌吓倒。

中国对澳大利亚葡萄酒征收高达212%的关税,企图使一个价值超过10亿美元的澳洲葡萄酒行业向共产党屈服。

澳大利亚农业和贸易部长将会晤该国最高葡萄酒机构,以防范中国的贸易干预。

中国表示,澳大利亚不公平地向市场倾销葡萄酒,对动摇了当地产业的产品征收巨额关税。

农业部长大卫·利特普鲁德说,政府将"大力捍卫"这个行业,指出澳大利亚葡萄酒是中国价格第二高的葡萄酒。
 
周三,他将与贸易部长西蒙·伯明罕一起会见澳大利亚葡萄和葡萄酒部部长托尼·巴蒂林,向世界贸易组织提出上诉。 时间不多了,利特尔普劳德表示,他们有10天的时间这样做。 部长将继续与业界合作,帮助寻找澳大利亚葡萄酒的新市场。 利特尔普劳德表示,澳大利亚遵守国际贸易规则。 南澳大利亚议员雷贝卡沙尔基(Rebekha Sharkie)的选民涵盖了主要的葡萄酒产区,她担心当地企业受到打击,敦促政府立即支持种植者。 中国对澳大利亚要求调查冠状病毒的来源,公开谈论侵犯人权,以及压制外国投资和干涉感到愤怒。 受此影响,澳大利亚的煤炭、木材、谷物和海鲜等一系列出口产品都遭遇了禁令和关税。
 
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西澳大利亚州州长麦戈文(MarkMcGowan)周五拒绝宣布该州是否会如期重新开放新南威尔士州,称他将等待周末有关悉尼酒店检疫人员感染的进一步健康建议。

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新南威尔士州的COVID-19单例,突显出州领导人在呼吁国内边界确定性时,风险承受能力参差不齐。
 


西澳大利亚州州长麦戈文(MarkMcGowan)周五拒绝宣布该州是否会如期重新开放新南威尔士州,称他将等待周末有关悉尼酒店检疫人员感染的进一步健康建议。

尽管新南威尔士州当局透露,这名妇女似乎被感染了工作,无论是返回的海外旅行者还是航空公司工作人员,而不是在社区。

华盛顿州计划从下周二开始向新南威尔士州和维多利亚州开放,取消来自这些州旅行的14天检疫要求。

维多利亚州边境仍按计划开放,但新南威尔士州要到周一才能做出决定。

随着全国旅游的恢复,麦戈文一直坚称,如果出现情况,他会毫不犹豫地重新实施严格的边境管制。

他的挑衅姿态为他赢得了创纪录的支持率,但挫败了政治对手和一些商界领袖。

澳航首席执行官艾伦•乔伊斯(AlanJoyce)本周呼吁给旅客提供确定性,而新南威尔士州卫生部长布拉德?哈扎德(BradHazzard)则告诉麦戈万"要真实",这引发了不屑一顾的反驳。

"我不认识这个人,"麦戈文上周五对记者说。

"新南威尔士州在过去八个月里没有完美的记录 - 西澳大利亚有。因此,我们只是想保持我们极其强劲的记录,我认为新南威尔士州或许应该担心新南威尔士州,我们会担心西澳大利亚州。

麦戈文表示,他预计新南威尔士州将进行"数千次检测",从而确定没有未被发现的社区传播病毒。

联邦内阁部长彼得·达顿说,西澳大利亚州应该相信新南威尔士州有能力确定感染源。

"人们不能因为一个案例而被迫取消圣诞假期或与家人重新联系,"他告诉《今日九秀》。

但另一位莫里森政府部长,华盛顿州的克里斯蒂安·波特,支持总理的呼吁。

波特表示:"如果你没有旅行,因为新南威尔士州有一个社区传播案例,那对州政府来说将是件坏事,但我认为,麦戈文总理做了正确的事,不立即做出决定,只是几天来考虑一下。

新南威尔士州在整个大流行期间都发现了当地获得的病例,但支持其检测和追踪能力,以取得任何集群的顶点,这与维多利亚州和南澳大利亚州经历的严酷封锁形成鲜明对比。

自4月以来,西澳大利亚州没有任何社区传播该病毒,国内旅行实际上以无限制的生活方式交易。

新南威尔士州和维多利亚州的旅行者被禁止进入西澳大利亚州近九个月,除非他们进入检疫,直到最近,获得豁免。

从南澳大利亚入境仍然禁止入境。 view all
新南威尔士州的COVID-19单例,突显出州领导人在呼吁国内边界确定性时,风险承受能力参差不齐。
 


西澳大利亚州州长麦戈文(MarkMcGowan)周五拒绝宣布该州是否会如期重新开放新南威尔士州,称他将等待周末有关悉尼酒店检疫人员感染的进一步健康建议。

尽管新南威尔士州当局透露,这名妇女似乎被感染了工作,无论是返回的海外旅行者还是航空公司工作人员,而不是在社区。

华盛顿州计划从下周二开始向新南威尔士州和维多利亚州开放,取消来自这些州旅行的14天检疫要求。

维多利亚州边境仍按计划开放,但新南威尔士州要到周一才能做出决定。

随着全国旅游的恢复,麦戈文一直坚称,如果出现情况,他会毫不犹豫地重新实施严格的边境管制。

他的挑衅姿态为他赢得了创纪录的支持率,但挫败了政治对手和一些商界领袖。

澳航首席执行官艾伦•乔伊斯(AlanJoyce)本周呼吁给旅客提供确定性,而新南威尔士州卫生部长布拉德?哈扎德(BradHazzard)则告诉麦戈万"要真实",这引发了不屑一顾的反驳。

"我不认识这个人,"麦戈文上周五对记者说。

"新南威尔士州在过去八个月里没有完美的记录 - 西澳大利亚有。因此,我们只是想保持我们极其强劲的记录,我认为新南威尔士州或许应该担心新南威尔士州,我们会担心西澳大利亚州。

麦戈文表示,他预计新南威尔士州将进行"数千次检测",从而确定没有未被发现的社区传播病毒。

联邦内阁部长彼得·达顿说,西澳大利亚州应该相信新南威尔士州有能力确定感染源。

"人们不能因为一个案例而被迫取消圣诞假期或与家人重新联系,"他告诉《今日九秀》。

但另一位莫里森政府部长,华盛顿州的克里斯蒂安·波特,支持总理的呼吁。

波特表示:"如果你没有旅行,因为新南威尔士州有一个社区传播案例,那对州政府来说将是件坏事,但我认为,麦戈文总理做了正确的事,不立即做出决定,只是几天来考虑一下。

新南威尔士州在整个大流行期间都发现了当地获得的病例,但支持其检测和追踪能力,以取得任何集群的顶点,这与维多利亚州和南澳大利亚州经历的严酷封锁形成鲜明对比。

自4月以来,西澳大利亚州没有任何社区传播该病毒,国内旅行实际上以无限制的生活方式交易。

新南威尔士州和维多利亚州的旅行者被禁止进入西澳大利亚州近九个月,除非他们进入检疫,直到最近,获得豁免。

从南澳大利亚入境仍然禁止入境。
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卫生部长格雷格-亨特(Greg Hunt)周四在向媒体发表讲话时表示,澳大利亚有望在3月份推出首批疫苗接种。总理已经向澳大利亚人保证,只有当管理机构认为疫苗适合广泛使用时,才会分发疫苗。

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澳大利亚卫生部长透露,澳大利亚将在2021年初接受首批COVID-19疫苗。

卫生部长格雷格-亨特(Greg Hunt)周四在向媒体发表讲话时表示,澳大利亚有望在3月份推出首批疫苗接种。

这些疫苗将发放给卫生工作者和老年护理居民。

总理已经向澳大利亚人保证,只有当管理机构认为疫苗适合广泛使用时,才会分发疫苗。

"我们的首要任务是它是安全的,"莫里森说。

"澳大利亚人知道,我们作为一个国家所面临的挑战没有简单的解决办法,他们期望政府能与我国所面临的压力进行斗争,并寻求正确的平衡。"

 
英国周三批准了辉瑞-BioNTech公司的COVID-19疫苗,在开始历史上最关键的大规模接种计划的竞赛中抢先于世界其他国家,通过大范围临床试验测试的疫苗。

英国药品和保健品监管局(MHRA)批准辉瑞公司开发的疫苗紧急使用,这距离辉瑞公司公布其最后阶段临床试验的第一个数据仅23天。

澳大利亚已获得1000万支辉瑞疫苗,同时获得3000万支阿斯利康疫苗、4000万支Nova疫苗和5100万支昆士兰大学的疫苗。

治疗商品管理局副教授John Skerritt表示,预计澳大利亚已经做好了准备,可以根据各公司的最终数据,在1月前做出推广的决定。

但他表示,与英国同行不同,澳大利亚不会急于批准疫苗。

 
Skerritt表示,他的团队将在澳大利亚做出决定之前,对每家公司的数据进行深入评估。

他说,投资多种不同疫苗的决定将意味着根据澳大利亚人的健康需求提供一系列选择。

"[政府]做了投资一系列技术的明智之举,"他说。

"虽然几项技术的早期结果非常有希望,但它将为医疗保健专业人员提供一系列选择。

"比如说,一种疫苗对孕妇的耐受性更好。

"我们会有这种选择,因为我们已经投资了一系列的疫苗。"
 
 
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澳大利亚卫生部长透露,澳大利亚将在2021年初接受首批COVID-19疫苗。

卫生部长格雷格-亨特(Greg Hunt)周四在向媒体发表讲话时表示,澳大利亚有望在3月份推出首批疫苗接种。

这些疫苗将发放给卫生工作者和老年护理居民。

总理已经向澳大利亚人保证,只有当管理机构认为疫苗适合广泛使用时,才会分发疫苗。

"我们的首要任务是它是安全的,"莫里森说。

"澳大利亚人知道,我们作为一个国家所面临的挑战没有简单的解决办法,他们期望政府能与我国所面临的压力进行斗争,并寻求正确的平衡。"

 
英国周三批准了辉瑞-BioNTech公司的COVID-19疫苗,在开始历史上最关键的大规模接种计划的竞赛中抢先于世界其他国家,通过大范围临床试验测试的疫苗。

英国药品和保健品监管局(MHRA)批准辉瑞公司开发的疫苗紧急使用,这距离辉瑞公司公布其最后阶段临床试验的第一个数据仅23天。

澳大利亚已获得1000万支辉瑞疫苗,同时获得3000万支阿斯利康疫苗、4000万支Nova疫苗和5100万支昆士兰大学的疫苗。

治疗商品管理局副教授John Skerritt表示,预计澳大利亚已经做好了准备,可以根据各公司的最终数据,在1月前做出推广的决定。

但他表示,与英国同行不同,澳大利亚不会急于批准疫苗。

 
Skerritt表示,他的团队将在澳大利亚做出决定之前,对每家公司的数据进行深入评估。

他说,投资多种不同疫苗的决定将意味着根据澳大利亚人的健康需求提供一系列选择。

"[政府]做了投资一系列技术的明智之举,"他说。

"虽然几项技术的早期结果非常有希望,但它将为医疗保健专业人员提供一系列选择。

"比如说,一种疫苗对孕妇的耐受性更好。

"我们会有这种选择,因为我们已经投资了一系列的疫苗。"
 
 
 
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为了遏制中国海军在太平洋的军国主义侵略行径,澳大利亚和美国正在联手制造和测试高超音速巡航导弹,这种导弹可以以五倍音速飞行,并击沉航空母舰。

澳洲广播电台 wrote the post • 0 comments • 203 views • 2020-12-05 15:25 • added this tag no more than 24h

澳大利亚和美国正在联手制造和测试高超音速巡航导弹,这种导弹可以以五倍音速飞行,并击沉航空母舰。

这种导弹设计由战斗机发射,将能在7分钟内飞完悉尼和墨尔本之间的距离。

将与当地的国防公司接触,为该项目做出贡献,预计该项目需要5至10年时间。

"从早期阶段与美国一起发展这种改变游戏规则的能力,正在为澳大利亚工业提供机会,"国防部长琳达-雷诺兹周二表示。

"投资于能够威慑针对澳大利亚的行动的能力,也有利于我们的地区、盟友和安全伙伴。"
 

 
澳大利亚与美国合作研究高超音速 scramjets、火箭发动机、传感器和先进制造材料已经超过15年。

去年,俄罗斯部署了首枚高超音速核能力导弹,而五角大楼在2017年测试了类似的高超音速导弹,其目标是在20世纪20年代初至20年代中期部署高超音速作战能力。

防务分析人士称,中国已经部署或接近部署装备常规弹头的高超音速系统。
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澳大利亚和美国正在联手制造和测试高超音速巡航导弹,这种导弹可以以五倍音速飞行,并击沉航空母舰。

这种导弹设计由战斗机发射,将能在7分钟内飞完悉尼和墨尔本之间的距离。

将与当地的国防公司接触,为该项目做出贡献,预计该项目需要5至10年时间。

"从早期阶段与美国一起发展这种改变游戏规则的能力,正在为澳大利亚工业提供机会,"国防部长琳达-雷诺兹周二表示。

"投资于能够威慑针对澳大利亚的行动的能力,也有利于我们的地区、盟友和安全伙伴。"
 

 
澳大利亚与美国合作研究高超音速 scramjets、火箭发动机、传感器和先进制造材料已经超过15年。

去年,俄罗斯部署了首枚高超音速核能力导弹,而五角大楼在2017年测试了类似的高超音速导弹,其目标是在20世纪20年代初至20年代中期部署高超音速作战能力。

防务分析人士称,中国已经部署或接近部署装备常规弹头的高超音速系统。
 
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即将离任的国家情报局局长约翰-拉特克利夫(John Ratcliffe)表示,在特朗普政府加大反华言论力度之际,中国对美国和其他自由世界构成了二战以来最大的威胁。

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即将离任的国家情报局局长约翰-拉特克利夫(John Ratcliffe)表示,在特朗普政府加大反华言论力度之际,中国对美国和其他自由世界构成了二战以来最大的威胁。
"情报很清楚:北京打算在经济、军事和技术上主导美国和地球其他地区,"拉特克利夫先生周四在《华尔街日报》发表的一篇专栏文章中写道。
"中国的许多重大公共举措和知名公司只是为中共的活动提供了一层伪装。"
"我将其经济间谍活动的方法称为'抢劫、复制和替换',"拉特克利夫先生说。
"中国掠夺美国公司的知识产权,复制技术,然后在全球市场上取代美国公司。"

 
特朗普政府官员几个月来一直在加强反中国的言论,特别是在总统竞选期间,唐纳德-特朗普总统试图转移对冠状病毒传播的责任。
 
在竞选活动中,特朗普先生警告说,拜登先生将对中国采取宽松态度,尽管当选总统同意中国没有遵守国际贸易规则,正在给中国公司提供不公平的补贴,并窃取美国的创新。
曾经标榜与中国国家主席习近平关系热烈的特朗普政府,也一直在台湾、西藏、贸易、香港和南海问题上加大对中国的制裁力度。
 

它已经对中国电信巨头华为采取行动,并寻求限制中国社交媒体应用,如TikTok和微信。
中国驻美国大使馆没有回应对拉特克利夫先生的专栏文章发表评论的请求,尽管中国过去经常否认许多这些指控。
拉特克利夫先生是特朗普的忠实拥护者,他被指责将这一职位政治化,自5月以来一直是该国的最高情报官员。
在他的专栏文章中,他没有直接谈到向拜登政府的过渡。
特朗普先生没有承认输掉选举。
拉特克利夫先生说,他已经在1140亿美元的年度情报预算中转移了资金,以应对来自中国的威胁。
北京正在准备与美国进行开放式对抗,必须解决这个问题,他说。
 

"这是我们一代人一次的挑战。美国人总是奋起直追,从击败法西斯主义的祸害到推倒铁幕,"拉特克利夫先生在似乎是对未来情报官员的行动呼吁中写道。
拜登先生已经宣布,他希望参议院确认中央情报局前副局长艾薇儿-海因斯接替拉特克利夫先生成为下一任国家情报总监。
"这一代人将根据其对中国以自己的形象重塑世界并取代美国成为主导性超级大国的努力的反应来判断,"拉特克利夫先生写道。
 
 
 
Ratcliffe先生和其他美国官员表示,中国窃取了敏感的美国国防技术,以助长习近平咄咄逼人的军事现代化计划,他们指控北京利用其对华为等中国科技公司的访问收集情报,破坏通信并威胁全球用户的隐私。
拉特克利夫先生说,他已经亲自向国会议员介绍了中国如何利用中间人向美国政客施加影响,试图影响立法。
 
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即将离任的国家情报局局长约翰-拉特克利夫(John Ratcliffe)表示,在特朗普政府加大反华言论力度之际,中国对美国和其他自由世界构成了二战以来最大的威胁。
"情报很清楚:北京打算在经济、军事和技术上主导美国和地球其他地区,"拉特克利夫先生周四在《华尔街日报》发表的一篇专栏文章中写道。
"中国的许多重大公共举措和知名公司只是为中共的活动提供了一层伪装。"
"我将其经济间谍活动的方法称为'抢劫、复制和替换',"拉特克利夫先生说。
"中国掠夺美国公司的知识产权,复制技术,然后在全球市场上取代美国公司。"

 
特朗普政府官员几个月来一直在加强反中国的言论,特别是在总统竞选期间,唐纳德-特朗普总统试图转移对冠状病毒传播的责任。
 
在竞选活动中,特朗普先生警告说,拜登先生将对中国采取宽松态度,尽管当选总统同意中国没有遵守国际贸易规则,正在给中国公司提供不公平的补贴,并窃取美国的创新。
曾经标榜与中国国家主席习近平关系热烈的特朗普政府,也一直在台湾、西藏、贸易、香港和南海问题上加大对中国的制裁力度。
 

它已经对中国电信巨头华为采取行动,并寻求限制中国社交媒体应用,如TikTok和微信。
中国驻美国大使馆没有回应对拉特克利夫先生的专栏文章发表评论的请求,尽管中国过去经常否认许多这些指控。
拉特克利夫先生是特朗普的忠实拥护者,他被指责将这一职位政治化,自5月以来一直是该国的最高情报官员。
在他的专栏文章中,他没有直接谈到向拜登政府的过渡。
特朗普先生没有承认输掉选举。
拉特克利夫先生说,他已经在1140亿美元的年度情报预算中转移了资金,以应对来自中国的威胁。
北京正在准备与美国进行开放式对抗,必须解决这个问题,他说。
 

"这是我们一代人一次的挑战。美国人总是奋起直追,从击败法西斯主义的祸害到推倒铁幕,"拉特克利夫先生在似乎是对未来情报官员的行动呼吁中写道。
拜登先生已经宣布,他希望参议院确认中央情报局前副局长艾薇儿-海因斯接替拉特克利夫先生成为下一任国家情报总监。
"这一代人将根据其对中国以自己的形象重塑世界并取代美国成为主导性超级大国的努力的反应来判断,"拉特克利夫先生写道。
 
 
 
Ratcliffe先生和其他美国官员表示,中国窃取了敏感的美国国防技术,以助长习近平咄咄逼人的军事现代化计划,他们指控北京利用其对华为等中国科技公司的访问收集情报,破坏通信并威胁全球用户的隐私。
拉特克利夫先生说,他已经亲自向国会议员介绍了中国如何利用中间人向美国政客施加影响,试图影响立法。