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Sweet poison

The other night I went to see a film about sugar, aptly titled That Sugar Film.  It was really well made, with simple clear messages and interesting to watch.   498 more words

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Turnbull Tipped To Challenge Clarke For Australian Cricket Team Captaincy

Member for Wentworth and avid dog walker Malcolm Turnbull has been tipped by colleagues to challenge Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke for the leadership of the Australian team, following Australia’s defeat at the weekend to world cup co-hosts New Zealand. 270 more words

The UnAustralian

Ruddock Really Removed To Reduce Unsettling Ghost Sightings Around Parliament

It has been revealed that Philip Ruddock’s removal from the office of Chief Government Whip after the failed LNP leadership spill had nothing to do with his performance in that position, but was due to disruption caused by his ghostly presence around Parliament House. 174 more words

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Better the devil we know: Deadlocked government provides safe harbor

Tony Abbott has apparently avoided the political gallows for another week. Bookmakers are counting their winnings while Labor counts their blessings. Conservatives are in raptures over opinion poll results that seem to show less Australians hate them this week, but it just may be that the political class just does not get the joke. 606 more words

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Australians Relieved: Chinese Slaves Make iPhones Not Just Hepatitis

Australians have expressed relief after it was revealed on ABC’s Four Corners program last night that Chinese slaves not only make hepatitis, but iPhones as well. 404 more words

The UnAustralian

Jacqui Lambie Flattered By Offer Of Head From ISIS

Tasmanian Senator and passionate scarf advocate Jacqui Lambie has today told The (un)Australian that she is flattered by the offer of head from Tony Abbott’s favourite death cult ISIS, however she will turn the offer down. 176 more words

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