We’re taking a week off Trump, but it was still a week to forget. Tony Abbott returned to rock the boat, and a Michelin star was mistakenly awarded. But NASA discovered a system of Earth-like planets, so there’s still hope.
The Democratic Party is on the political ropes. They’ve lost Congress, most state legislatures, and the Whitehouse. This weekend’s vote for DNC chair may foretell the midterm elections, the 2020 Presidential, and beyond.
The final form of Malcolm, the re-return of the returning returner and one very sad panda. What a week of #AusPol it was. We survived it. At least until Sunday, you know, when I have to work, yeah?
Yes, while we may blame the Coalition for all things this week, we should wonder why Bill Shorten’s criticism hasn’t been volcanic.
His performance was light on solutions to the peace process and had a touch of the Catskills but nevertheless, Bibi played to an adoring audience, including one Malcolm Turnbull.
We’re heading beyond humpday to the end of the week at last. What happened while you were asleep? Well, Kim Jong-nam’s death took on a life of its own, we met our first transgender doll, and Gordon Ramsay yelled a lot, through the magic of Twitter.
The ongoing power crisis is but a minor detail to the larger issue at hand. We needed this push for change decades ago, on a global scale. Now, the results will tear us, and science, down.
Recent study shows listening to hip-hop unlocks creative part of brain, lowers boundaries that say “no”. Do we subscribe to this theory? Yeeeeaaahh, bbbooooyyyeeeee!
Last week, Tony Blair took it upon himself to change the minds of those who voted for Brexit. As he is one of those responsible for circumstances that enabled the vote, perhaps he should quietly slip to the background.
Morning, you brain-dead geniuses. What happened while you were asleep? Well, a former Bernie staffer launched the US progressive party, the Icelandic PM moved to ban the Hawaiian pizza (sort of), and an Australian faces a Balinese jail.
I recently returned home after years abroad, to find my country beset by stereotype. It’s time we question the truth – and our own thoughts – before lasting damage is done.
Morn-o. What happened while you were asleep? Well, we saw a new side to Clive Palmer, the same old side of warfare, and a welcome, furrowed brow on QandA. Hooray.
I believe we live in an age of unnecessary guidance. Suddenly we’re not trusted in running our own lives, but the road we’re on will lead us to micromanaged ruin.
As the Hollywood aphorism goes, you’re only as good as your last thing. And since Ashton Kutcher has done the world some good, I believe we should remember him over Robert DeNiro.
The 1950’s was a great period of renewal in Australia, but with that progress came the nuclear bomb. The British said yes, Hedley Marston said no.
It seems that the same sex marriage issue will roll on in perpetuity, thus, the proposal of a radical yet simple solution that will sate all parties.
Well, not bad for a Monday. We had Trump inventing a terror attack and the Internet biting back, Darwin celebrated the 75th anniversary of it being bombed and Rodrigo Duterte went off the deep end. Again.
Donald Trump, Brexit, the rise of Pauline Hanson. That’s fine. However, if we continue this path of who’s complaint is loudest, I fear for the next election cycle.
We caught up with Gold Medallist, pioneer and Rugby Union Sevens player of the year Charlotte Caslick ahead of her attempt to put Australia back on top of the sevens ladder.
The week that was: Kim Jong-nam assassinated, Gold Pass championed, Trump rejected… Plus some great tennis “love” puns (well, hopefully).
We’re chuffed to have the insane/learned minds of Sci-gasm on board, as they discuss sex in the animal kingdom with notable expert, Dr Carin Bondar.