We had an election and the man in the nice suit with the Colgate smile has won. But, even though he’ll claim a mandate, he hasn’t got one
Mike Baird has a mandate. Has he told his wife?
Mar/30/2015 Freedom whacked in the Goebells
Tony Abbott upset a few likening his archnemesis to Hitler’s propaganda minister, but it wasn’t the lowest part of a week in politics.
Freedom whacked in the Goebells
Mar/23/2015 Mike Baird has a mandate. Has he told his wife?
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30 Mar 2015
Somewhere in secret, 12 nations bordering the Pacific are negotiating a deal that could challenge the basic concept of democracy.
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30 Mar 2015
What was interesting in this election was how well the Greens did – a 10.4% swing across the state in their favour.
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30 Mar 2015
The Democrats have yet another god-bothering climate-change denying right winger to stand for President.
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30 Mar 2015
It's been a long time coming. Bowe Bergdahl, the American soldier held captivate by the Taliban for five years, could finally face charges for deserting the US army base.
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30 Mar 2015
Last week saw the metadata retention bill pass into legislation. Fortunately Malcolm Turnbull is only too happy to tell you how to avoid being snooped on.
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30 Mar 2015
A leaked document shows the UK Tory party has been planning for significant cuts to welfare, architected by an Aussie political strategist.
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30 Mar 2015
New Zealand came second in the Cricket. They made one glaring mistake says David Campbell.
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30 Mar 2015
People are flocking to New Zealand in their scores. Visits are up more than 5 percent, but it's still a long way behind the money made from milking cows.
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30 Mar 2015
Can you believe it. The Kiwis, big on espionage? All to land a top job in the World Trade Organisation.
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30 Mar 2015
It’s not a good look when an international mining company is seen to be colluded with the police. Putting your logo on their vehicles is a giveaway.
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30 Mar 2015
In Texas, it seems, you can have just about anything you want on your car registration plate. Well, almost anything.
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30 Mar 2015
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is one of many to pull events out of Indiana in protest to a new law that protected any business that discriminated against gays and lesbians.
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30 Mar 2015
Andrea Lubitz was one sicked, deluded individual, allegedly. He wanted to be remembered, so he flew a plane into the French Alps.
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30 Mar 2015
The BBC Director General; hasn't sacked Jeremy Clarkson. He's just not renewing his contract. In the same way that Clarkson didn't hit his producer, the face just collided with his fist.
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30 Mar 2015
Australia Post is introduced first and second class letters. But, Mr Ahmed Fahour, Balls Radio has a better idea.
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23 Mar 2015
Phil Dobbie and Brian Haverty come up with some more crazy inventions. This week how to avoid your food going off when you go for lunch directly after a supermarket visit.
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23 Mar 2015
Sad news this week. Jackie Trent died. Who, you might ask? A woman instrumental to one of Australia's most iconic exports, that's who. John Dobbie explains.
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23 Mar 2015
Jeremy Clarkson seems to think the BBC will give him the sack after his self-confessed fracas in Manchester. Meanwhile, John Dobbie reports on a potential replacement.
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