Monday morning. You made it. Overnight, Bill Shorten wrote a letter, a vintage 1970s fear resurfaced and Donald Trump finally finished off satire.
This week, a student was threatened with suspension for refusing the sing the national anthem. The politicising that followed illuminated the ideas of what we consider nationalism.
With the news that Elon Musk is set to launch paying customers into space, we have a series of rather pressing questions.
With Hurrican Florence set to touch down, many are wondering if we’re to blame for the increased violence of storms. One group of researchers certainly believe so.
Well, it’s nonsense again, as Malcolm’s proxy won Malcolm’s seat, the NRA took aim at logic (and missed), and the good people from Apple made their products cheap and indestructible.
Well, it’s grim news this morning, as our ex texted us, the President of Liberia ratcheted up the nepotism and Henry Cavill is Superman no more.
With Hurricane Florence set to touch down on mainland America, the locals have reached out to two disparate figures for help.
Despite a lengthy investigation, the Nationals were unable to find evidence linking Barnaby Joyce to sexual harassment allegations. Not everyone is happy.
Well, it’s certainly been a week. We lost Burt Reynolds, we gained more of ScoMo and another Scot had a duckin’ good time.
In the wake of the damning piece by an ‘anonymous Trump official’, the internet believes that the author might be the VP, Mike Pence.
Well, it’s a diet of insanity again, as yet more details of the spill emerged, Levi’s will now solve America’s gun violence problem and a gainfully employed man took time off work to explain his job.
The social media backlash against the golliwog dolls at the Adelaide Fair is legitimate. Just because it made sense to you as a child doesn’t mean it should as an adult.
The name on the door might have changed, but the challenges those stranded in our detention centres haven’t. So, Mr Shorten, Mr Morrison. What is your plan to solve this issue?
Monday morning revealed a twist on the spill narrative, Jude Law travelling to a train station and Keanu Reeves celebrating the mid-point of his fourth century on earth. Whoa.
It’s been a bit of a complex week. It seems that Donald Trump will not visit Australia, Peter Dutton is above the laws he enforces and someone hasn’t seen Back to the Future. Crimes, all.
Yesterday, we had another near miss with terrorism in this country. The truth is that we haven’t been ‘lucky’.
Good morning, you. In the time between coffees, Nick Kyrgios has entered the realms of scandal, the crazy genius minds of Lego birthed crazy genius and the people of London pumped up an inflated opinion.
With Dutton defending his au pair decision as an act of “common sense”, I think we can all take a leaf from his book. We need to visit the other side of our logic.
Good morning to you, lovely. Overnight, Chelsea Manning entered visa woe, an ex-President became a Twitter troll and we survived a notable date in movie history.
Tony Abbott accepting a role guiding indigenous affairs is a joke, and an old one, as we’ve been here before.
Well, Monday. Overnight, the Coalition started poorly, a mass shooting woke up America and Sydney’s trains were again crippled by unexpected delays.