Both Tasman nations released their mid-year fiscal outlooks, Australia is still gunning for a surplus, while New Zealand is accepting a deficit. With natural disasters still impacting both nations right before Christmas Tim and Dieuwe reflect upon these end of year developments on this week’s episode Trans Tasman Talk.
The New South Wales bushfires have continued to burn with a red smokescreen filling the Sydney CBD. There is no room for climate deniers anymore the media has told our politicians, the bushfires, haze and weekend nationwide heatwave prove it.
One man who is still an out and proud climate denier is Stephen Wells. On the end of week edition of WilmsFront after the people of Britain just rejected more climate mitigation policy luncany Stephen debunks the latest arguments in the climate change scam.
Christmas in Australia has always been red, but this year New South Wales is suffering a red haze due to bushfires ravaging the state with Sydney now consumed in a hazardous smoke haze. Its farmers are being denied access to water because of the lunacy of the Murray Darling Basin Plan.
On the midweek edition of WilmsFront from my city of Melbourne, I analyze the political reactions to the NSW tragedies with much of the social media rage directed at Prime Minister Scott Morrison, normally this rage comes from the deranged left but is now coming from some conservatives.
The city of Sydney is in a bushfire induced smoke haze, one of New Zealand’s active volcano has erupted to cause tragedy. Natural disasters are not political nor man-made climate-induced, but despite this and being the lead up to Christmas political issues are still in the public sphere Tim and Dieuwe break down the news and politics on this week’s Trans Tasman Talk.