Hot Taeks: Gazza (Garry Lyon) v Gazza (Gary Ablett)

Hot Taeks: Gazza (Garry Lyon) v Gazza (Gary Ablett)

Jack Howes

Jack Howes pings one of the "dinosaurs" of the AFL, Garry Lyon, who had a go at another "gazza" in the "little master", Gary Ablett, this week for being soft.

TBS Travelogue: Egypt and walking like an Egyptian

TBS Travelogue: Egypt and walking like an Egyptian

Lizzie Oneill

A few social faux pas aside, Lizzie Oneill would return to Egypt in a heartbeat. In today's TBS Travelogue she recounts her Egyptian adventure encouraging us all to take trip down the Nile.

Spanish Film Festival to end on a "Wild" note

Spanish Film Festival to end on a "Wild" note

Paul Bugeja

With the the 2015 Spanish Film Festival about to kick off, Editor PB sipped a tumbler or two of red and nibbled tasty tapas before enjoying a screening of the closing night film Wild Tales.

Remember Polio and remember why vaccination is a must

Remember Polio and remember why vaccination is a must

Kerry White

As the vaccination debate continues, Kerry White urges us to remember polio, and to remember how vaccinations stopped a deadly epidemic, and will continue to do so.

Rugby League: Too many refs "trying" our patience

Rugby League: Too many refs "trying" our patience

Matt Lygoe

Do "Too many refs spoil the prop"? Ok, bad joke, but with Rugby League "over-reffed", Matt Lygoe breaks down where he feels the system is letting down fans and players alike.

War on ice leaves plenty to drink

War on ice leaves plenty to drink

Rainer the Cabbie

Rainer the Cabbie acknowledges PM Tony Abbott's good intentions to take on Australia's ice epidemic, but sees it as sidestepping a far bigger "ice" issue that Australia faces.

Loyalty and Sacrifice: Volunteers return from Gallipoli mission

Loyalty and Sacrifice: Volunteers return from Gallipoli mission

Kerry White

Author Kerry White details the journey in March this year to Gallipoli made by two Vietnam veterans in order to salvage important ANZAC commemoration plaques.

Do we need a domestic violence register?

Do we need a domestic violence register?

Ugur Nedim

With two women dying every week in 2015 at the hands of a current or former partner due to domestic violence, Ugur Nedim questions whether a domestic violence register will stop this blight on society.

Myanmar: A very different, very complex, very divided country

Myanmar: A very different, very complex, very divided country

Scarlett Hawkins

In the first of a three-part series on Myanmar, take a mad motorbike ride with Scarlett Hawkins that began for her an investigation into the cultural, political, economic and social dynamics at play within this complex country.

Immunisation: The case against

Immunisation: The case against

Sadie OGrady

Not part of the child immunisation "herd", Sadie O'Grady asks you to think twice about allowing the government to marginalise those who are different.

Smoke Signals

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It’s time to REALLY Reclaim Australia

Kiem Nguyen

After attending the Reclaim Australia rally at Federation Square, Kiem Nguyen wants to reclaim Australia for our children — FROM the Reclaim Australia movement.

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    Paul Bugeja

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TBS Players

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The TBS Ten with… Jackie Loeb

Jackie Loeb

We chatted to comedian Jackie Loeb for this week’s TBS Ten, where she named her favourite celebrity crush (well, partially) right before she told us to go to hell…thanks Jackie…

The Big Smoke Arena

TBS Society

Egypt

TBS Travelogue: Egypt and walking like an Egyptian

Lizzie Oneill

A few social faux pas aside, Lizzie Oneill would return to Egypt in a heartbeat. In today’s TBS Travelogue she recounts her Egyptian adventure encouraging us all to take trip down the Nile.

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