This week Balls Radio opens its doors for any Human Rights Commissioners who feel the need to escape harassment from Prime Ministers and
A Home For Beleaguered Human Rights Presidents
Mar/02/2015 Don't be scared, be s**tscared
Prime Minister Abbott has warned us that the threat of terrorism is getting worse. Fortunately he’s just the man to do something about it
Don't be scared, be s**tscared
Feb/23/2015 Unemployment, debt and other uplifting topics
Tony Abbott clearly thinks focusing on Labor’s debt is safe ground as he tries to regain the confidence of his party, but Professor Steve
Unemployment, debt and other uplifting topics
Feb/16/2015 A Home For Beleaguered Human Rights Presidents
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02 Mar 2015
Was Gillian Triggs responsible for political trickery – was she really out to make the Liberal Party look bad?
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02 Mar 2015
In the US Federal regulators have introduced a plan to protect the neutrality of the Internet, treating it the same as any other utility, like water and electricity.
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02 Mar 2015
Despite many disagreements with the US President, Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu is to address the US Congress this week. I bet Obama can hardly wait!
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02 Mar 2015
A movement called the Sovereign Citizens could be a greater domestic threat to US citizens than international terrorists like the Islamic State.
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02 Mar 2015
Jihadi John has been identified as Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti born Brit with a grudge.
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02 Mar 2015
The German anti-Islamisation group Pegida held its first rally in the UK last weekend - and faced protesters who didn't like what they stood for.
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02 Mar 2015
Tony Abbott has been over the ditch to New Zealand. So, can he learn anything from the Kiwi Prime Minister John Key?
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02 Mar 2015
It's true. The Kiwis could soon have a new flag. Whilst Australia still pays tribute to the poms, with the Union Jack still struck in the corner.
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02 Mar 2015
There was a time when Kiwis couldn't wait to jump on a plane and head for Bondi. Now though, that's all changing.
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02 Mar 2015
At the suggestion of Chris Graham, writing on the New Matilda website, those not happy about the government's data retention laws have started copying the Attorney General in on all their email.
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02 Mar 2015
The average Sydney house price is now well over the $850k mark. So what's pushing prices so high and will we ever see the bubble burst?
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02 Mar 2015
Folks in the US seem to be having a bit of trouble understanding medicine. And it;s catching, as Richard Kazimer explains.
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02 Mar 2015
Cardinal Pell was Archbishop of Melbourne, then Sydney. Now he's working at the Vatican and racking up an exhaustive expense account.
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02 Mar 2015
It seemed Brits wanting out of Europe and a slow down of immigration couldn't get enough of UKIP, but could their early advantage be slipping away.
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02 Mar 2015
First Britain had roundheads. Then round houses. Now the truly round egg. A completely spherical egg has fetched a tidy sum on eBay, as John Dobbie explains.
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02 Mar 2015
In this week's What's the Big Idea segment Phil Dobbie and Brian Haverty bring us some crazy ideas to improve the home and garden, including a whole new look for the Hills Hoist.
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24 Feb 2015
What's the Big Idea comes up with more bright new inventions - like a wearable wrist strap that counts how many words you are speaking. Useful for those people who talk to much.
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24 Feb 2015
There are allegations that Thames Valley Police failed a candidate because they didn't like his name, Brian. Brian could probably sue, if it wasn't for the fact that he is a horse.
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