Vai começar a última madrugada no TV TOTAL de 2015

Prezados amigos(as) leitores(as) do TV TOTAL , às 00h00(Horário de Fortaleza) , vai se iniciar o último madrugada no TV TOTAL de 2015 . O madrugada no TV TOTAL foi criado em 2013 para manter você informado(a) de tudo o que acontece no Brasil , em Fortaleza e no mundo entre 00h00 e 06h00 , sempre no horário de Fortaleza. Essa edição que começará nos próximos 15 minutos será uma retrospectiva . Aliás , será um dia inteiramente dedicado a relembrar o que aconteceu nesse ano de 2015. Aconteceu tanta coisa em 2015 . É melhor não falar para não estragar o que foi preparado ao longo desse ano muito louco . Essa retrospectiva é melhor que a organizada por uma rede social que eu não citarei o nome . É melhor porque não fica mostrando bobagens . Meia-noite está chegando . Esperamos que você curta .

Eva Lovia posa nua e revela seus planos para 2016 #Página365de365

O ano de 2015 está chegando ao fim . Muitas pessoas fazem um balanço do que vivenciaram nos últimos 365 dias e planejam os próximos 365 . Com Eva Lovia , não seria diferente . “Esse ano de 2015 foi bem agitado . Comecei o ano sendo demitida da casa noturna em Miami e recebendo uma polpuda indenização . Me mudei para Los Angeles , onde reencontrei 3 amigas da quarta serie . Fundamos uma academia de dança e ginástica . Fiquei responsável pela área de massoterapia de segunda à sexta .Ganhei muito dinheiro como modelo na Itália , França , Dinamarca e Polônia . Passei a morar na casa que recebi de herança do meu avô em Maio . Em agosto , passei a receber aulas particulares de dança com um professor charmoso . Em outubro , a academia de ginástica passou a dar aulas aos domingos e eu pude ser auxiliada pelo meu professor de dança . Ele é incrível . Nós transamos muitas vezes desde o dia em que nos conhecemos . O sexo com ele é maravilhoso .”  Fale agora sobre a sua vida amorosa em 2015 . “Fiquei solteira . Escolhi ficar solteira para me dedicar à minha carreira.” E você pensa em mudar isso em 2016? “Sim. Chega de sexo sem compromisso . Esse ano eu vou dar um ultimato ao meu professor de dança : ou ele assume algo comigo ou então vou dar um fora nele .Eva Lovia , você tem um sorriso bonito . “Muito obrigada !” Acho que esse sorriso bonito seduziu o professor de dança . “ Eu fico tímida perto dele e acabo sorrindo para disfarçar .” Nós desejamos a você um  feliz 2016 e que o professor de dança perceba que você é uma mulher para casar . ” Beijos! 

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Knighting Lynton Crosby likened to Tony Abbott’s gong for Prince Philip

December 28, 2015 – 1:39PM

Latika Bourke

Has UK Prime Minister David Cameron done a Tony Abbott in knighting his campaign strategist?

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The likely awarding of a knighthood to Australian-born political strategist Lynton Crosby is being likened to former prime minister Tony Abbott’s disastrous knighting of Prince Philip.

To do this is would be seen as an embarrassment to the honours system and would rival Tony Abbott’s decision to Knight Prince Philip.

Rob Mitchell, Labor MP

British Prime Minister David Cameron’s reported decision to recommend Mr Crosby for the honour in the New Year honours list has drawn criticism in the UK and also earned the ire of at least one Australian Labor MP.

British Prime Minister David Cameron with Lynton Crosby.

British Prime Minister David Cameron with Lynton Crosby. Photo: Twitter

Member for McEwen, Rob Mitchell says Mr Cameron’s move shows why Australia should “untie itself from the Poms” once and for all.

“Surely there are far more genuine deserving people who contribute to the English society and community as a whole than a conservative political strategist,” he said.

“To do this is would be seen as an embarrassment to the honours system and would rival Tony Abbott’s decision to knight Prince Philip.

Lynton Crosby will reportedly be included in the New Year Honours List to be unveiled later this week.

Lynton Crosby will reportedly be included in the New Year Honours List to be unveiled later this week. Photo: Janie Barrett

“What is it with conservatives and Tories who believe they are more deserving of awards than genuine people? It makes my belief that we stand on our own two feet as a country and untie ourselves from the Poms sooner even stronger.”

Mr Crosby is the co-founder of polling company Crosby-Textor. He drove the successful election campaigns for former prime minister John Howard in 1998 and 2001 and London Mayor Boris Johnson in 2008 and 2012.

He also ran the British Conservative Party’s campaigns in 2005 and in 2015, when Mr Cameron held office without a coalition, despite polls predicting a hung parliament.

It is not the first time Mr Crosby’s political tactics have been rewarded by his own side.  Mr Crosby was included in the Office of the Order of Australia on Australia Day in 2005, when Mr Howard was still the prime minister, “for service to politics as federal director of the Liberal Party of Australia”.

Prime Minister Cameron is being accused at home of “demeaning the honours system” by including the Tories’ campaign strategist, the so-called Wizard of Oz, in the line up.

Mr Abbott’s decision to Knight Prince Philip nearly one year ago on Australia Day was lampooned across the country. It forced him to promise that he would not personally intervene in awarding further knighthoods and dameships, but his revived honours system was scrapped altogether after Malcolm Turnbull took over as Prime Minister.

Source : Sydney Morning Herald

Simon Birmingham: Don’t expect schools election cash splash

December 29, 2015 – 9:27AM

Matthew Knott

Communications and education correspondent

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The Turnbull government will not fund the final two years of the Gonski school funding deals and will not compete with Labor in an election-year battle to shower more money on schools, Education Minister Simon Birmingham says.

The elevation of Malcolm Turnbull – a close friend of school funding reform architect David Gonski – to the prime ministership fuelled hopes among state governments and teachers’ unions that the government would fund the six years of Labor’s school agreements.

Senator Simon Birmingham: working on a new funding formula.

Senator Simon Birmingham: working on a new funding formula. Photo: Andrew Meares

NSW Education Minister Adrian Piccoli and Victorian Education Minister James Merlino have been lobbying for the Gonski deals to be funded in full.

But in an interview with Fairfax Media, Senator Birmingham said the Coalition would seek to strike fresh funding deals with the states from 2018 – the year two-thirds of the $10 billion funding was scheduled to start flowing.

Instead of handing out big funding increases, he said his focus will be on creating a simpler funding system that holds state governments accountable for how they spend federal money.

“I don’t see much benefit for anyone if we dedicate two more years of funding just to create more uncertainty down the track,” Senator Birmingham said.

“The previous [Labor] government’s approach showed great largesse in tipping additional funding into the system, but they created a complicated model that lacks fairness and transparency.

“I want a school funding system that is genuinely needs-based and is targeting the money where it’s most required.”

Senator Birmingham said he supports the underlying principles of the Gonski model – which distributes more funding to schools with disadvantaged students – but that simply spending more will not necessarily improve educational outcomes.

The minister said he hoped to negotiate new funding deals with the states to last at least four years from 2018. These are unlikely to be negotiated before the next federal election, which is due to be held in September or October.

Labor is set to go the election promising big increases in school funding paid for by raising tobacco taxes.

“We won’t be driven by what Labor will or won’t do,” Senator Birmingham said. “We will run our own race.”

In a signal to the states to expect tough negotiations, Senator Birmingham said the federal government does not have a “limitless” amount of money to spend on schools. The budget update released earlier this month showed the Commonwealth deficit blowing out by a further $26 billion over four years.

Many states are in fact in a better fiscal position than the federal government, he said.

In a significant change from the Abbott era, Senator Birmingham flagged a more interventionist role for the federal government in schools policy, with new funding tied to specific measures such as giving principals more control over their budgets and improved teacher quality.

Previous education minister Christopher Pyne sought to strip out the “command and control” features of the Gonski reforms, saying he would not “infantilise” the states by telling them how to spend money.

“There has been a very significant growth in funding to schools but that hasn’t been matched with a clear focus on improving school outcomes,” Senator Birmingham said.

“If you are going to deliver extra funding into the education system, it has to be clear how the money will be used.”

He said some schools have done “fantastic things” with the extra Gonski money such as employing speech pathologists and investing in phonics teaching.

“But some officials have said, ‘We’re not quite sure what we’re going to do with the extra money, we’re just going to employ more teachers’,” he said.

“We should not just follow the tired old union formula that smaller class sizes deliver better educational outcomes.”

Source : Sydney Morning Herald

Malcolm Turnbull a threat to the Labor Party: Bob Hawke

December 29, 2015 – 1:00AM

Jorge Branco

Journalist

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Bob Hawke speaks to a packed house at Woodford Folk Festival.

Bob Hawke speaks to a packed house at Woodford Folk Festival. Photo: Daniel Seed

Malcolm Turnbull is a threat to the Labor Party and Tony Abbott is a “decent man” but was not a “great prime minister”, according to former PM Bob Hawke.

In a wide-ranging speech to Australia’s biggest folk festival on Monday, Mr Hawke also called for Australia to increase its refugee intake and recognise Indigenous Australians in its constitution.

Pundits rushed to compare Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull with the former Labor national leader when he took office in September.

Labor even launched an attack on Liberal National Party-held seats in Queensland in a bid to capitalise on what it termed the new PM’s “Queensland problem” and counteract the Coalition’s popularity jump.

 

When asked whether the Member for Wentworth was a threat to his party, Mr Hawke replied “of course he is”.

But he was far less effusive of the PM’s predecessor, who he said “wasn’t a great prime minister but he was a decent man”.

Mr Hawke, a well-known republican, suggested the best way for a referendum to succeed in throwing out the monarchy was to ensure it only took effect after the reign of Queen Elizabeth.

“The old darl’s looking bloody fit still,” he said.

The former PM touched on everything from artificial intelligence and terrorism to Indigenous constitutional recognition in his hour-long forum at the Woodford Folk Festival, north of Brisbane.

“I want to assert as strongly as I can that the issue, which more than any other, is going to determine the future development of this country … will be the way in which, and how seriously we go about the issue of dealing with the gaps between our Indigenous people and the rest of us,” he said.

Mr Hawke, an annual visitor to the Woodford festival, earlier sat in the second row as Indigenous activist Noel Pearson made the same call for constitutional recognition.

With Daniel Seed

Source :  Sydney Morning Herald