They may have changed the name of the conflict in Yemen, but René Wadlow questions whether the new operation is really “restoring hope” to the troubled region.
Australia is being sold down the river with the TPP, but it’s the potential harm it will cause smaller nations that has Jacob Lynagh worried the most.
We may all be guilty of using the TV as a babysitter occasionally, but Anne Johnston reckons Cartoon Network Australia are creating a nanny state with their frequent, unnecessary censorship.
#Anzac100 has come and gone, but for many Armenians, or those of Armenian descent like Ara Sarafian, the day had little reason for commemoration for the genocide it brought.
TBS fave Paris Portingale finds war pointless and horrible and wasteful, but sees a reason to stop, remember and celebrate this Anzac Day.
The state vs private schools debate has been ongoing for decades, but after a recent study suggested a correlation between poverty and mental capacity and development, Laurie Atlas was compelled to share his two cents with us…
Rainer the Cabbie has stumbled upon a great documentary on the ANZAC legend that he wants to share with the TBS community – “Lest We Forget what?”, airing on the ABC tonight.
If you’ve been fired, punted, dropped, dehired or pink slipped recently, our radio man Mike Welsh sends his commiserations…at least you haven’t been thrown out by a committee of dairy cows.
Jesse Willesee will be hoping to weed out the facts about medical marijuana at Town Hall today at 4.20pm spruiking #weedisnotacrime in the hope of moving on the debate about how cannabis can be used for good.
In response to Rach Mason, Chrys Stevenson fails to see how chaplains can’t proselytise when it is Christ’s commission that they do so, at least according to Matthew…
When protest turns from voicing your beliefs to physically attacking someone, Alexandra Tselios feels you have lost your right to have your say.
As odd as it may sound, James Walsh sees faith as the natural correlation between those who believe in a higher force, and those who don’t…
A day after some victims of abuse fled the Child Abuse Royal Commission hearing in tears, Polly Chester stresses the role we all can play in child safety.
“I am Alpha Male, watch me perform,” asserts burlesque performer “Dear Bobby.”
An innocuous bathroom stall at a university shone some light for Nathan Gardner about the nature of supremacists
In her second, take-no-prisoners piece for TBS, rural GP Rastas offers her diagnosis of an Australian welfare system way too open to abuse.
Celebrations come in many forms, but Melbourne’s Spring Racing Carnival is one Xavier Toby can’t ignore…at least in a kind of bogan car crash kinda way…
The letters ‘ASD’ may suggest a parental minefield ahead for some, but for the sake of her beloved son, Sarah Widdup is finding her way through…
Brianna has boobs and can flash them if she likes, says Brett…
Regaling at how disingenuous he feels it is, Mark Chu is pissed at the Jill Meagher Facebook tribute page, despite its apparent good intentions.
Water-boarding and The Morning Show are the tortures of Jason Folkard’s worse nightmares, and guess which one he/she willingly submitted to..?