The celebrity builder and host of The Block earlier this year inked a deal to become the federal government’s national careers ambassador in a bid to get more young people on the tools. Department of Employment and Skills officials told a spillover estimates hearing on Thursday Mr Cam would be paid $260,000 in this financial year and $85,000 in 2020-21. The figures exclude GST. The prime minister insists the pay packet passes the pub test. “Scotty Cam is a successful tradie and he can make that message very clear,” Mr Morrison told reporters on Friday. “We made no secret about the fact that he wasn’t doing it as a volunteer and he has done this work for previous Labor governments as well. “This is about getting young people into trades. He is a high profile person involved in the media industry and you have to meet the market.” Scott Cam has raised his profile on reality show, The Block.Source:Channel 9 The role will see the Gold Logie winner … [Read more...] about PM defends government pay packet of TV tradie Scott Cam
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On a rainy Mumbai morning, 20-year-old Ananya Panday walks into the Bandra restaurant where we plan to shoot with her, head down over her phone. She’s enthusiastic about the story we’re doing, but admits she’s nervous. “Fifty rules of social media!?” she exclaims. “Fifty?”Ananya may be one film old, but the social media debate on nepotism has not spared her at all. She was bullied online recently when a girl who claimed to be her schoolmate said she had lied about her admission into the University of California. This led to screenshots of conversations, and personal mud-slinging about her relationship with Shah Rukh Khan’s family. Ananya didn’t stay quiet. She put up an Instagram post with pictures of her admission forms, rubbishing all allegations. “People who troll are people who need love the most. They namelessly, facelessly bully people because they’ve probably never been loved. So … [Read more...] about HT Brunch Cover Story: Ananya Panday’s 60 rules of social media
Video PlayerClose SOFIA, May 13 (Xinhua) -- A photo exhibition entitled "Magic of the East" opened here on Monday on the Lovers' Bridge near the National Palace of Culture. The two-week event features nearly 70 breathtaking photo shoots showing culture, everyday life and nature of 17 countries including China, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Kuwait, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Mongolia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Pakistan, Palestine, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, the Philippines and Japan. A fashion show in an ancient residence, a dance, a Tai Chi performance and a stone bridge over a river in an ancient Chinese city are the four photos from China. The viewers can also see photos of Taj Mahal Mausoleum in India, rice terraces in Indonesia, a family walk in Japan, horses in snow blizzard in Mongolia, traditional wedding ceremony in Pakistan, Chocolate Hills in the Philippines, sand desert in Saudi Arabia, traditional market in Thailand, falconry in the UAE, and Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh … [Read more...] about Photo exhibition “Magic of the East” opens in Bulgaria
BEIJING, Dec. 4 (Xinhua) -- The education and training efforts in Xinjiang are a righteous and innovative measure taken by authorities to eradicate the root causes of terrorism and religious extremism and stop violent terrorist activities from happening. Such efforts, in line with the basic principles clearly defined in the relevant international conventions and initiatives, have also contributed to the global actions against terrorism and extremism, demonstrating China's firm commitment in this regard. For quite some time, terrorism and religious extremism plagued swaths of Xinjiang, victimizing innocent civilians and police and endangering social stability and ethnic unity. Drawing experience from other countries and taking into consideration the local conditions, the local authorities in Xinjiang set up vocational education and training centers to help people who are deceived by or have even joined terrorist forces and committed minor offenses to get rid of extremist ideologies, … [Read more...] about Xinjiang’s righteous measure against terrorism