Month: July 2014

Commonwealth Bank too little too late

Peter Adamis 4 July 2014.   “Who can you trust?’ Well it’s certainly not the Commonwealth Bank! The Commonwealth Bank have for many years stood as the bank you could trust. It was the bank that had the credibility to go with it.  Now that credibility is in tatters and Australians have suffered as a result.…

Lorraine Elliote a woman passionate about life

Peter Adamis 4 July 2014.   It is always sad whenever someone has passed onto another dimension and left the earthy existence of we call life. Whether we want to admit it or not there is always a sense of loss and hole is left within you as a constant reminder of our own mortality and…

Irresponsible, deceitful and dishonest by Commonwealth Bank

  THE COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA APOLOGISES FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF PEOPLES LIVES?  IS THIS A JOKE ON OUR SOCIETY ! In a few words, I am of the opinion that this is the tip of the iceberg and that there are probably may hidden financial institutions icebergs floating beneath the surface of Australian society…

Fortress Australia?

Peter Adamis 3 July 2014.  Australia is beset by many domestic and international challenges. The Abbott government is taking appropriate positive action to block, heal, consolidate, prevent, seal and bring about change to offset the negative forces and challenges it faces. I wonder whether we are creating a generation of isolationists and a fortress mentality.…

Aussie Islamic leaders unite against terrorism

Peter Adamis 2 July 2014. To download the complete article click on on:  AUSSIE ISLAMIC LEADERS UNITE AGAINST TERRORISM   The news is good and it demonstrates the Abbott’s government mature approach to dealing with those who are and were intent on leaving Australia’s shores to fight or partake in foreign wars. What is also of a relief is the…

Travels in the Daintree forest & Atherton Tablelands in Far North Queensland

Peter Adamis.  Whenever you travel to Far North Queensland, whether it’s to Port Douglass, Palm Cove, Innisfail, Cairns, Karunda, The Atherton Tablelands or just cruising through.  A copy of the complete article may be downloaded by clicking on: TOURS OF THE DAINTREE FOREST & ATHERTON TABLELANDS IN FAR NORTH QUEENSLAND A visit to the Daintree forest…

Aussie Nick Kyrgios knocks Nadal out of Wimbledon.  

Peter Adamis  2 July 2014.  Australians will wake up to a new hero on the block after finding that one of their own has defeated Nadal at Wimbledon. It’s a great effort by a young bloke who now has the world watching his progress with awe.    A copy of the article may be downloaded by clicking…

Rolf Harris guilty

July 1, 2014  Nick Miller Europe Correspondent. Guilty of sexual assault: Rolf Harris. Photo: Reuters. Guilty: Rolf Harris leaves the court after being found guilty of 12 counts of indecent assault. Photo: Reuters.   A copy of the complete article may be downloaded by clicking on: ROLF HARRIS FOUND GUILTY ON ALL 12 COUNTS OF INDECENT ASSAULT Rolf Harris: end of an icon. …

Rolf Harris was he a predator?

Peter Adamis 1 July 2014. I would like to think the the best of all people, especially those hold positions of responsibility and are looked up to as beacons and examples of what is good in our society. With Rolf Harris, I found it difficult to come to grips with regarding the alleged charges against…

Commonwealth Bank employers suffer from stress depression and bullying

July 1, 2014  Adele Ferguson, Ben Butler CBA tellers driven to despair by hard sell.  Explosive new survey reveals the pressure faced by bank tellers to chase sales targets is leading to fraud at the CBA. Photo: Dominic Lorrimer.   A copy of the complete article may be downloaded by clicking on:STRESS, DEPRESSION AND BULLYING AT COMMONWEALTH BANK   Pressure…