A Little More Conversation: Elvis Presley – “Signs of a King” presented by artist Peter Mars
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In conjunction with the Clinton Center exhibits “Elvis” and “Elvis at 21, Photographs by Alfred Wertheimer,” the Center would like to invite you and a guest to “‘Signs of a King’ presented by artist Peter Mars” the final part of our speaker series titled “A Little More Conversation: Elvis Presley.”
The program is sponsored by the Clinton Foundation and Clinton School of Public Service. (该计划是由克林顿基金会和克林顿公共服务学院主办)
Included in the Elvis exhibit is the work of famous pop artist Peter Mars. Mars will be giving insight into his unique style where he blurs the line between high culture and low art. Having worked for Michael Jordan, The Redwalls Band, and Carroll Shelby, Mars now shifts his unusual and creative eye to the King of Rock ‘N’ Roll Elvis Presley.
When: Tuesday, August 16, 2011
12 p.m. – 1 p.m. — Lecture
Where: Clinton Presidential Center
Choctaw Building — Sturgis Hall
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Weekly Update: NBN Live in Melbourne, National Health Reform Finalised and 2011 National Conference
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National Broadband Network goes live in Melbourne
Last week Prime Minister Julia Gillard(总理朱莉娅吉拉德) was joined by Senator Stephen Conroy, to launch the NBN in the inner city Melbourne suburb of Brunswick making it the third mainland Australian site to go live.
Switching on the NBN in Brunswick is the beginning of unprecedented opportunities for Victorians as we rollout the super-fast broadband network.
The NBN will create jobs, boost productivity, provide new and improved online health and education services and improve government service delivery. It will provide new opportunities for small and medium businesses, opening up gateways into interstate and global markets that previously may not have been accessible.
For more information about the NBN and its roll-out across the country click here.
National Health Reform Finalised
The Gillard Government signed off on the final details of national health reforms with all States and Territories to secure the future of health in Australia last week.
This historic agreement will deliver the funding public hospitals need, with unprecedented levels of transparency and accountability, less waste and significantly less waiting for patients.
The reforms, agreed to by COAG in February and finalised last week, will see the Australian Government invest an extra $19.8 billion in public hospitals through to 2019-20, rising to a total extra $175 billion to 2029-30.
This extra Commonwealth funding will mean our hospitals will be able to take on millions of extra services that would never have been possible under the old arrangements including:
2.9 million extra cases in our emergency departments
2 million additional in-patient services, such as major surgery or treatment for severe conditions such as kidney failure or a heart attack
19 million more outpatient consultations, such as minor surgery or physiotherapy
Read More Detail Here
Treasurer’s Economic Note
Each week Deputy Prime Minister and Treasurer Wayne Swan(副总理兼国库部长斯万) sends out an Economic Note to keep you up to date with the most recent economic news and informed of what lies ahead for Australia.
An assessment of Australia’s economy and the Government’s responsible management by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is outlined in the latest Economic Note as well as the IMF’s strong support to key elements of the Government’s reform agenda to maximise the benefits and address the challenges of mining boom mark II.
The Treasurer also outlined that despite the United States securing agreement to lift its debt ceiling and the positive US employment figures which recently came out, we should be under no illusions about the magnitude of the challenges faced by the world’s biggest economy.
To read more about how Treasurer Swan plans to position the country to make the most of the opportunities and meet the challenges that lie ahead click here.
National Conference 2011
Registration for National Conference is now open. Party members wishing to attend the 46th ALP National Conference can register online here.
Party members and State/Territory Branch staff wishing to volunteer during National Conference should complete the Volunteer expression of interest form or email email@example.com.
Expressions of interest are now being sought from organisations who may wish to host a Fringe Program Event at the 46th National Conference.
The Fringe Festival program allows special interest and lobby groups to present and encourage debate around their particular issues at the National Conference.
WHEN: Friday 2 December – Sunday 4 December 2011
WHERE: Sydney Convention Centre, Darling Harbour
Find out more about the Fringe program and download an Expression of Interest Form here
Agenda In Focus
Since 2007, Labor has created 750,000 new jobs
Labor is delivering on skills and jobs.
Since November 2007 we have created 750,000 new jobs, including many in mining, retail, health and skilled trades.
And more than 440,000 Australians are in traineeships or apprenticeships, getting real training for careers in construction, automotive, furnishing, tourism, plumbing and business.
We have record low unemployment – at or under 5% for the first time in decades, and well below John Howard’s average of 6.4%.
We abolished Workchoices and restored unfair dismissal protections for 2.8 million workers.
And we are on track for a Budget surplus in 2012-13
Read More Here
The Team @ Labor Connect
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Bishop Threatens Health Funding
Nicola Roxon posted Monday, 8 August 2011
The transfer arrangement struck by the Gillard Labor Government with Malaysia is about stopping people from making the dangerous sea journey to Australia and putting their lives and money into the hands of people smugglers.
Mine the Gap
Andrew Leigh posted Wednesday, 26 July 2011
In 1978, US economist Henry Aaron described the study of inequality as being like ‘watching the grass grow’. After becoming more equal in the immediate post-war era, inequality in most English-speaking countries had flatlined for decades.
The Brief: Monday August 8
LaborHQ posted Monday, 8 August 2011
$19.8bn for public hospitals, 5,500 more GP’s, 680 more specialists, 1,316 sub-acute beds, 2 million more in-patient services, 19 million more out-patient services and more.
Bishop & Hockey Absurdities on Climate Change: Special Bulletin No. 10
Greg Combet posted Monday, 8 August 2011
Australians have had a rare week of reprieve from the baseless scare tactics of Opposition Leader Tony Abbott against the Government’s Clean Energy Future plan, but his two Liberal deputies attempted to fill the void.
Coalition’s approach to Climate Change is to slash jobs
Greg Combet posted Thursday, 4 August 2011
The Shadow Treasurer, Joe Hockey, has displayed the Coalition’s true colours on climate change.
Early fixed wireless rollout to communities
Stephen Conroy posted Wednesday, 3 August 2011
Stephen Conroy, today announced that communities in five states and territories will become the first in the Australia to receive the National Broadband Network via NBN Co’s high-speed fixed wireless service.
New Zealand commends Australia’s plan for a clean energy future
Mark Dreyfus posted Monday, 1 August 2011
Mark Dreyfus joined New Zealand Minister the Hon Dr Nick Smith MP, to outline opportunities for business created by Australia’s Clean Energy Future plan and New Zealand’s Emissions Trading Scheme.
Reforms to Australia’s federal legal system start today
Robert McClelland posted Monday, 1 August 2011
Attorney-General Robert McClelland said changes to Australia’s legal system which commence today will result in more people resolving disputes before going to court, saving money, time and stress.
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Young Progressive Leaders Program
Saturday, 13 August 2011, Sydney
The Chifley Research Centre is doing a small training course for 8 young, prgoressive Australians. The Program will be run over two days, combining introductory sessions on the social democratic ideas of the ALP and the union movement, with some tools for campaigning and making social change.
National Museum of Labor Cocktail Function
Wednesday, 17 August 2011, Sydney
The National Museum of Labour and Senator Kate Lundy will host a cocktail function at Senate Committee Room 2S1 on Wednesday 17 August 2011 from 5.30 pm – 7.30 pm to introduce you to the National Museum of Labour project.
27th Ben Chifley Memorial Dinner and Light on the Hill Address
Saturday, 17 September 2011, Sydney
For over 25 years the Light on the Hill Addresss has been one of the most important events on the calender of the Australian Labor Party. This year’s address will be delivered by the Hon Linda Burney.
Friday, 02 December 2011, Sydney
A strong economy is important – it generates jobs for working families and helps us build a fairer society. The Labor Government’s response to the global financial crisis protected jobs and small businesses.
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