It’s time for this week’s podcast and the Hoot is on topic with the news of the week from Ngunnawal country. Ross Solly and Genevieve Jacobs argue the toss on opposition politics, corporate failures (and fatherhood failures).
As the Calvary Hospital acquisition saga rolls on, the next stage is a consideration of possible compensation and just terms for the takeover. But how energetic – and well-founded – has the political opposition been?
We’re talking this week about where well-developed Liberal health policies are, particularly on an issue that would seem to suit them well. To be an effective Opposition, you need more than adjectives at your disposal when major issues arise.
And it might take more than a miracle to save one of the country’s biggest consultancy firms. PwC has sold off its government work for $1, although the contracts are worth $255 million.
But can a leopard really change its spots? You’ll be intrigued to learn what the organisation’s new name, Scyne, means according to the dictionary.
It seems most of Australia has succumbed to Swifty mania and Ross was no different. But after an over-confident promise and the equivalent of a full working day spent hanging online to score tickets, will Ross be singing along in the front row? And if not, how can he ‘Shake it Off’?
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