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Chewing Off Your Own Leg

One of the pillars of our great democracy is freedom of the press...



Is the Prime Minister a crook? Part VII

Young and naive, indeed.
It appears that Nicola Roxon and Peter Van Sumbugger are the only two people left standing...


The Faceless Men At Work

I was working for The Canberra Times when I first met Alan Reid. Alan, known as the "Red Fox", was a political correspondent for Sir Frank Packer's Daily Telegraph...



Gillard Supporter Pasco, Down In The Gutter Again

Well, well, well. The grubs are finally coming out of the woodwork now that Gillard is on the back foot. Most of you won't know who Michael Pascoe is so I'll fill you in.


Is the Prime Minister a crook? Part VI

... and why she refuses to comment.



Is the Prime Minister a crook? Part V

Julia wandered aimlessly around her Abbottsford home. She had been unemployed for almost six months since she was sacked from Slater & Gordon...



Refugees 'wouldn't pass character test'

A group of asylum seekers have demanded to be taken to Christmas Island after being rescued by a merchant vessel off the coast of Java.


'Custody sisters' allowed to stay in Aust

Four sisters at the centre of an international custody dispute will stay in Australia, under their mother's care, at least until next month.


A Broken Prime Minister

The images of Julia Gillard's face at her asylum seeker press conference this week spoke a thousand words.


The Press and The Prime Minister

The two jewels in the crown of the communist's mantra are "redistribution of wealth" and "control of the Press".


Carbon tax blamed for sliding confidence

A survey has revealed international business confidence in Australia is falling and the federal opposition is blaming the carbon tax.


Court ruling a blow to big tobacco

The High Court has ruled in favour of world-first plain packaging laws, meaning all cigarettes will be sold in drab olive-brown packs from December.



Clive Palmer's casino project in doubt

Mining magnate Clive Palmer has failed to get Queensland government support for his Sunshine Coast casino and hotel development.

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