We all love Shakespeare’s romantic lament, “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” Yes, true, but a brand by any other name, not so much! 1,047 more words
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'Fake sheikh' exposed: Notorious reporter used disguise to dig up dirt on celebrities — now he's accused of lying
Mazher Mahmood was 21 when he first posed as a wealthy sheikh. A reporter from Birmingham, England, intent on exposing a prostitution ring at a local hotel, he donned a white robe he had bought for £12 ($21) at an Islamic bookshop, checked into the hotel, the Metropole, and persuaded the concierge to send women to his room. 1,184 more words
Speaking on Radio National’s Drive program, Steve Ciobo, Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, revealed that not only will the government not work with Labor and many on the cross-bench on policy development and legislation, but is also unwilling to include its own members in the process. 211 more words
Economists are refuting the three big picture claims made by the government: 1) We have a budget emergency 2) We have a debt crisis and 3) The carbon tax was ruining the economy… 953 more words
The never Bolted down Tim Winton proud observant and ready to use the C-word without being red.Brilliant perception and empathy of movement through our moment of mobility.
Citizens of Australia may not be receiving fair and balanced media reporting on climate change, according to a recent article published in the Columbia Journalism Review… 364 more words