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Fears lengthy visa processing delays for skilled migrants will worsen the hospitality skills crisis
Skilled migration visas have been a godsend for regional businesses that have struggled to find staff. But long delays in processing applications for them and their families are causing serious problems.When Sri Lankan chef Madushka 'Max' Dilshan Perera moved to Longreach in 2020 to work in a local pub, his skills were not taken for granted.
The German hospitality industry continues to see itself in a deep crisis in June. The DEHOGA Federal Association in Berlin warned the third year of the year in a row to rope in the face of a strong increasing costs. The industry is confronted with exploding costs in the areas of energy, food and personnel, said Association President Guido Zöllick, according to a message. In addition, due to the planned Corona measures, severe sales losses are expected again in the coming winter.
has once again achieved sales of the corona crisis in June again in June. Above all, thanks to clear price increases, the hosts and hoteliers had as much money in the coffers as last in February 2020. In June, nominal sales were adjusted by 0.1 percent higher than in this last full month without effects Pandemic.
Sri Lanka’s ex-President Gotabaya Rajapaksa arrives in Thailand
Former Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa arrives in Bangkok from Singapore, where he was staying since mid-July.The former leader landed on a private jet at Bangkok’s Don Mueang International Airport around 8pm local time (13:00 GMT), a senior Thai official said.
The existential concerns grow
The Dehoga, on the other hand, referred to the price -adjusted sales development. Real, i.e. at unchanged prices, lacked 22.1 percent of the business compared to the first half of 2019 in the first half of the year. A significant recovery, on the other hand, can be seen compared to the crisis year 2021 when extensive lockdowns were initially applied in the first half of the year. Since then, sales have almost doubled according to the Federal Office, namely with increases by 109.2 percent nominal and 98.5 percent real.
«The half -year balance sheet shows that the third year of loss threatens in a row. The existential concerns and needs of the entrepreneurs grow again, »warned Zöllick. It requested that the energy costs and the steering of VAT lowering for food to 7 percent. The reduced sentence was introduced on July 1, 2020 and is said to expire at the end of the year. «The 7 percent VAT must remain permanent. Otherwise, many companies will not survive the crisis. »
Royal commission must go deep into the who, how and why of the brutal robodebt .
There's a long list of former ministers who need to be made to answer for their actions, and an even longer list of bureaucrats.They’ll find giving evidence at a royal commission a little different from ducking and weaving at an estimates hearing or Senate committee inquiry. They’ll find “I’ll take that on notice” won’t fly. They’ll find counsel assisting will keep at them without a minister or government senators being able to run interference. They’ll find the royal commission has a mountain of documents to scrutinise everything they say.