Monthly Archives: June 2014

Why we have an Outdated and Failing 19th Century Education System in Australia

Original article by Jamie McIntyre at 21st Century News Posted on March 13th, 2014   After entering the political fray in the 2013 Federal Elections and starting a political party to help bring the Australian education and political system into the 21st Century, I was fortunate enough to observe the failing education system we have.  After attending just a few ‘meet the candidates teacher-union events’ (which were run in the seat of New England to gang up against Barnaby Joyce), Read more [...]

Is the Japan free-trade agreement good enough for Australians?

Original article by Staff Reporter at 21st Century News Posted on April 16th, 2014   Last week Australia concluded negotiations on a historic Economic Partnership Agreement with Japan, its second biggest trading partner. In a statement release by the Prime Minister, Mr Abbott said: “This historic agreement is good for the Australian economy, good for jobs, good for farmers and good for consumers. “Australia has broken new ground as the first major agricultural exporting Read more [...]

Founder excited about Australia’s first Bitcoin ATM launch in Westfield Shopping Center, Sydney

Original article by Staff Reporter at 21st Century News Posted on April 16th, 2014   Founder of Australian Bitcoin ATMs Jamie McIntyre says he is excited about the launch of Bitcoin ATMs in Sydney this Tuesday at the ground-floor food court of the Westfield Shopping Center next to Pitt Street Mall at 11 AM. McIntyre is also happy about the recent acquisition of the main competing Bitcoin ATM company Krypto Currency Solutions as the acquisition will facilitate the further launch Read more [...]

“Coalition wrong about tax hike”, says 21st Century Australia Party’s leader Jamie McIntyre

Original article by Staff Reporter at 21st Century News Posted on April 30th, 2014   Prime Minister Tony Abbott has held out the prospect of personal tax cuts before the end of the decade. But he concedes there won’t be many people without a grumble when the government hands down its first budget on May 13. In a speech to the Sydney Institute on Monday, Mr Abbott said the only fair way to repay Labor’s spending binge was by involving everyone, including high income earners such Read more [...]

How the Ashton Kutcher Strategy Can Pay for Your Next Holiday

Original article by Staff Reporter at 21st Century News Posted on May 7th, 2014   What does Ashton Kutcher and you making extra money have in common and how you can get your next holiday paid for?  Leading Australian educator and author of bestselling book What I Didn’t Learn at School but Wish I Had, Jamie McIntyre says, Australians wanting to boost their income should consider renting out spare rooms in their home or apartment to international travellers on sites like AirBnB. Ashton Read more [...]

A Budget Solution by 21st Century Australia

Original article by Jamie McIntyre at 21st Century News Posted on May 29th, 2014   I am amazed at the negative reaction to the Coalition’s Budget announced on 13th May 2014. Some comments were warranted, however, some were simply misinformed and over the top, most likely stirred up by the Labor party and extreme left wing media who have no right to criticise any budget required to fix Labor’s $600 billion economic mess. Why should anyone listen to Bill Shorten? If he ever Read more [...]

Unions Hold Australia To Ransom

Original article by Jamie McIntyre at 21st Century News Posted on June 12th, 2014   Australia has high labour costs largely driven by greedy unions who try and hold industries to ransom. Australia is now ranked for having one of the highest minimum wages in the world. We need a major shift in thinking that involves creating more jobs to ensure less unemployment, than simply driving up minimum wages, which is costing fellow Australians jobs and setting the country up for a hard Read more [...]

No dole before 25 could save Australia billions

Original article by Staff Reporter at 21st Century News on May 13th, 2014   It is expected that this federal budget will announce a new law according to which people under the age of 25 will not receive dole payments. Instead they will continue receiving the lower youth allowance. Currently young Australians can receive dole payments from the age of 22 and they can make up to $510 a fortnight. However, with the youth allowance the maximum rate they can receive is $414 a fortnight. According Read more [...]
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