A hideous aspect of endless war is the fact that we’ve got comfortable with it. I say it’s time we normalise the opposite.
Well, it’s a morning of clashes. Death in Toronto, royal life in London and one kid desperately attempting to save his flagging career.
Well, Malcolm passed the dark mark set by Tony, and nothing happened. The real problem in the run-up to the election actually sits on the other side of the fence.
William Lane was an interesting man. Terribly racist and distrusting of the government, he created a place to rail against the establishment of the day.
After one community received notice from the government that their water supply was undrinkable, many locals blame the nearby mine. However, the fact that it passed without greater discussion is also the issue.
I hope you like abject insanity for breakfast, as this morning Centrelink has done something rash, the oldest person in the world is no more, and a dinosaur learned English and got down on one knee.
It was a week that brought us many horrible things. Headlined by the schadenfreude the bank commission enabled.
The division of opportunity between Aboriginal and white Australians is not a piece of history we can shake our heads at. But while it still exists, change is finally upon us.
I’m in prison serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole. But I’d like to tell you about one of my bunkmates, Mitchell, and how things in prison are rarely as simple as they appear.
Friday. Good lord. Overnight, our Navy clashed with the Chinese (sort of), one harsh regime relaxed slightly and one Uber driver put the rest to shame.
A short-priced favourite, downstairs loving and sprinkle of Christmas magic decorated the tree of #AusPol this week. So, who won?
Recently, we’ve excoriated Israel Folau for his comments, but history is awash with examples of us giving sports stars a free pass.
Thursday? Already. Dang. Overnight, the Great Barrier Reef was battered by the obvious, Kanye West baited his non-fans and one man in Iceland invested in cryptocurrency. And a plane.
Well, good morning to you, cutie. Overnight, North and South Korea have decided to be friends, Starbucks responded to racist allegations and Morrissey made us cry. But not in a good way.
Yesterday, the Government roundly knocked back the Greens’ plan to legalise cannabis. But what if it can solve a more damaging problem?
It seems that the issue with ‘boat people’ is a contemporary one, however, the way we treated the Maltese in 1916 proves that to be a fallacy.
Trump’s escalations against Russia might bristle, but it’s nothing new. In fact, it long predates the man.
Morning! Overnight we discovered that Russian hackers hit Australia in 2017, Kendrick Lamar won the Pulitzer and the true scope of the awfulness that is Fortnite.
It’s not just me, right? I’m of the mind that we’ve given ourselves over stupidity. And I’ve got the Internet research to prove it.
Australia set out to dominate the Commonwealth Games, and did so, so why did the majority of us not care?
Monday morning. Jesus. Overnight, Vladimir Putin warned the United States, Beyonce brought back 2006, and the Comm Games returned our dessert.