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Soup of This Day #390: Not Trouble, Money Or Thrills

The first intercolonial Australian rules football match. It featured Victoria verses South Australia and was played in 1879. The game and the society it is a part of have both developed for the good since then – … 1,335 more words

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Aussie Parents Of Baby Gammy Speak To 60 Minutes

The Australian parents of baby Gammy will tell their story to 60 Minutes this Sunday.

60 Minutes Executive Producer Tom Malone says “The Australian parents of baby Gammy and his twin sister, have asked us for the opportunity to tell their side of the story.” 155 more words


Sam Newman Flashes - Makes Dick Of Himself Again

Sam Newman last night flashed his bits on Australian TV during Chanel 9’s The AFL Footy Show which was being filmed live in Adelaide.

The former Geelong forward, who is an original presenter on The AFL Footy Show, has previously attracted criticism for views regarded as racist and sexist. 102 more words

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The Voice Kids Winner Already Filmed

The winner of The Voice Kids was filmed two months before this Sunday’s Grand Final show on Channel Nine.

The Grand Final of The Voice Kids will see six finalists go down to the final three. 247 more words


Is The Block too Extravagant For the Normal Aussie?

Watching The Block – here’s an idea Channel Nine, do it for us people who don’t have that sort of money to renovate.

I want a Block that has low budgets – say $1000 a room. 180 more words


The Big Bang Salary Battle Continues

The urgency to the negotiations of new contracts for the five key stars of “The Big Bang Theory,” is getting more intense as speculation mounts that the season will start loosing episodes, if filming does not commence soon. 221 more words

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60 Minutes Sunday, August 3, 2014

60 Minutes – Sunday, August 3, 2014 at 9.10pm on Channel Nine

Green Rush
Marijuana as medicine – especially for children – is something most people have a very firm view about. 318 more words

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