Oh, the week that was. We got cosy with Barnaby Joyce’s progeny, the depths of the stock market and the national attempt at mirth. Yeah, not good.
In the week that was, while America was busy revealing her worst, Australia honoured her absolute best. Chin-chin.
Good morning all! The week that just flew had a nicer face than usual. Unless you’re Robert Mugabe. Or you voted ‘No’.
Welcome back to the week that was yours. Disaster struck, but natural and lesser so, headlined by one Cory Bernardi.
Tony embraced millennial life advice, satire was bested with Nazi paraphernalia and Centrelink’s awkward nickname was revealed. What a week in #AusPol.
A baby boomer discovered memes, the English Empire returned and an intern printed some paper. What a week it was in #AusPol. So, who won?
When Bernardi turned his back on the Coalition, a brief pang of SSM optimism was felt: would it now be discussed differently? We quickly got our answer.
It was a very shouty week. Arnold vs Trump, Turnbull vs Shorten, us vs the sun. But now that we’ve survived it (sort of), it’s time to go back to the very recent future…
Cory Bernardi flying the coop is, for the most part, harmless. However, with the hen house door ajar, the next one to go could be the start of something serious.
Happy 2017! Just a quick reminder, 2016 wasn’t that far away, and despite the ‘new year, new me’ euphoria, here’s a heavy grain of salt to add to your hangover. Sorry.
The week that was saw the Brexit bomb, Australia pained by shootings, Scott Ludlam take leave to address mental health and Steven Seagal given Russian citizenship from ol’ buddy Vlad.
With Cory Bernardi looking to launch the Australian Conservatives Party, the Masked Liberal rides again to explain why the idea will work.
What a week! We’ve had Anders Breivik’s power animal, Trump’s theme song, Fogle’s room-mate and Cory Bernardi’s horrible crusade.
Current Affairs Wrap: Dick Smith’s electronic empire shorted out, Cory Bernadi sparked a fire under Bill Shorten, and the force of the Trump campaign still remained strong – Rob Idol
If you’re feeling the ‘blues’, Polly Chester is here to lend a hand in putting your troubles into perspective with our weekly Top Five.
To kick off our weekly “Top 5” column, E-in-C Paul Bugeja teams up with Vince Varney to prepare a timely Top 5 ‘Political Foot in Mouth’ moments.