Well, it’s been a difficult one. Theresa May barely kept her job, ugliness revisited the streets of Melbourne and a sweet new hairdo hit China.
Instead of arguing about the date, I think we should focus on the story passed down to the adults of tomorrow.
What a bloodbath. This morning, Theresa May suffered the greatest defeat in registered history, as the parliament laughed off her Brexit deal. So, what happens now?
Being angry on the internet, or work, continues to live and be part of our lives. However, stepping back and gazing at it, the pattern is obvious.
Well, in a reverse as typical as it is disheartening, criminal charges will not be laid against anyone involved in the AFP raid of the AWU. This includes Michaelia Cash.
Scott Morrison commanding our councils to enforce January 26 is indicative of the culture war economy that powers us.
This morning, Canada accepted Rahaf al-Qunun. But her choice was made after our government chose to dither.
Donald Trump might have walked out on his crisis meeting, but it’s looking like he’s set to do the same regarding Syria.
The death of 100,000 fish in the Murray-Darling Basin was blamed on low water levels, but the question of who turned off the tap needs to be asked.
The demonstration at St Kilda might have shocked many, but I’ve seen pro-nazi sentiment anonymously carved on toilet doors all over the nation.
In clearly the political scandal of 2019, Scott Morrison has harmed his chances for election through the application of heinous photoshopping.
With Kevin Spacey fronting a Boston court, he does so in the midst of another trial – having to convince the made-up minds and hardened hearts of the court of public opinion.
The media seem unwilling to use the word, but the St Kilda demonstrators are Nazis, plain and simple.
The week that was was a particularly brutal one, highlighted by numerous stabbings and one man’s war against a spider.
Today, far-right racist garbage will wash over the shores of St Kilda beach. I blame those in power who enabled them, and those who chose to ignore them for the greater good.
Pill testing seems to be on the table for NSW, but it similarly seems like it will be played like a poker chip to tempt us.
The new year resolution. A time honoured exercise in futility. However, things can actually be different this year…if you follow the advice of one psychologist.
We survived the year, and it was another bad one. But the reason why things keep getting worse, lies with we critics. If we truly want change, we’re going to have to change.
Yesterday, Peter Dutton made his return. However, his noisy reemergence (backed by media outlets) should not make us forget the questions that still hang above him.
What a state of affairs. The last week of 2018 featured Italian flair reaching Sydney, one Dad’s loving micromanagement and many tourists not making it back from their holiday.
It’s David versus Goliath in the fight for the Adani mine, with those against calling for a massive rethink in native land title.