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Malaysian Airlines MH370: 28 Months In They Think They Have The Search Area Wrong!

by Anura Guruge

Absolute bloody genius.

After 28 months, i.e., 2 years and 4 months, it suddenly dawns on them that they may have got it wrong! 75 more words

Anura Guruge

Abbott goes to butter as he sharpens the knives

After being knifed and thrown out of Kirribilli House by Malcolm Turnbull in September 2015, Tony Abbott has again been dealt another cruel blow this week having been left out of the PM’s “new look” Cabinet refresh. 414 more words


Skeptics award CSIRO boss

CSIRO CEO Larry Marshall was awarded the Australian Skeptics Bent Spoon Award in 2014 for his enthusiasm for water divining. Is this science which excites Larry Marshall or pseudo-science? 18 more words

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"To be or not to be....."

Tony Abbott supporters are agitating to get him back into cabinet?

Malcolm Turnbull’s flimsy election win has caused calls for his predecessor’s return.

Internal Coalition pressure could see Mr Abbott back to cabinet. 573 more words

Game Over: Turnbull On Probation, Maybe, But Shorten Is Finished

ARROGANT DOLT and loser Bill Shorten is almost certainly finished in Australian politics, after the reprehensibly deceitful campaign he oversaw as Labor “leader” and the folly of the so-called “victory lap” he is undertaking in newly captured ALP electorates; Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces legitimate questions over his authority, performance, and the efficacy of the government he now forms, but Shorten — sooner or later — will be gone. 2,854 more words

Jamila’s Guide To The 2014/15 Budget

Each year when the federal budget rolls around, we’re afforded a moment of clarity. While many of us don’t want to trawl through all its pages it does paint a clear picture of what stays and what goes in our economy and day to day lives. 756 more words

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Trickle Down Racism: Without Tony Abbott, Pauline Hanson Couldn’t Have Returned - New Matilda

Hanson has tried time and time again to return to parliament. Her success this time around is a reflection of the broader political environment, one in which elite racism has flourished, writes Michael Brull. 36 more words

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