Singo only scratched the surface of racing’s dark side but was fined $15,000 for doing so. Murrihy’s job is to keep a lid on racing’s can of worms and he uses the farcical charge of “bringing racing into disrepute” to shut down anyone who dares approach the truth.
With a government in chaos and on budget eve it’s only in Australia that a sick racehorse would command page one. But the Singo/Gai debacle is more a criminal matter than one that mere stewards can be trusted to handle.
From men’s suits, crumpled shirts, an aversion to make-up and a communist background to a well-groomed, electorally appealing, centre-left stateswoman of substance... and all in less than three years.
John Gorton as Prime Minister rode roughshod over Ministers and senior officials to lead the Independence push for P-NG, according to Gorton's account of events released by the National Library in 2010
PM Julia Gillard and her hero, Big Bill Ludwig, are no strange bedfellows when it comes to crime and NSW's Eddie Obeid and his army of corrupt ALP mates should not feel left out. Nor should the HSU's Williamson and Thomson. And if you believe that Combet endorsed a dodgy coal mine without knowing it was dodgy then go play with the fairies at the bottom of your garden.
Several days ago, an interview with Nicolai Sennels on Muslim inbreeding was published but taken down soon after at the request of the author, as it was decided that several themes needed to be buffered by more evidence and research. The final product ended up working best as an article by Nicolai Sennels himself, which is presented below
Money desperately needed to fill Swan's black holes is being hastily squandered in a desperate attempt to have it spent before Abbott can get his hands on it.
This stupid policy is not a broken promise unless you wait until after the election... then it WILL be! At the moment it's merely a response, an adjustment, to the increasing insolvency of the Gillard Government.
Earlier this year Pickering Post's informant in SERCO (the foreign company that runs security at Australia's detention centres) disclosed that Derby's infamous Curtin Detention Centre was being cleaned out. The infection-triggered Guillain-Barré syndrome, which left many staff and inmates hospitalised in Perth, was given as the reason. But there's more.
Treasurer, Wayne Swan, trotted out Penny Wong to give the bad news of a $17 billion deficit (it will be closer to $20 billion) while he was preparing to front up for the good news of an RBA rate cut. Good news? Did he really say "good news"?
Pretty much. Both reflect outdated religious forms of slaughtering animals for consumption and we need to decide if we support it or not. If we don't, then live cattle exports must cease.
New Zealand was on the brink of recession prior to the Conservative government of John Key taking the reins in 2008. This small economy of 4.4 million people is now preparing for a series of record surpluses... and without the help of a mining industry.
The current appeal against Justice Rares' decision to dismiss James Ashby's claims in a pre-committal hearing should be upheld. Ashby's claims against Peter Slipper should be heard.
Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, wanted an unprecedented eight-month election campaign to give her the time necessary to cripple Tony Abbott in a barrage of blue-sky social legislation, according to an ALP Media staffer.