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“It’s like Tinder, but for people who want to fight”

10 July, 2015. 15:06 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact IT'S LIKE TINDER, but for people who want to fight. That's the message this morning from the NSW government as they look in to alternative measures to clamp down on the scourge of alcohol-fuelled violence. Police minister Stuart Ayres says the new app, which will be available for download within weeks, aims to...

Barnaby Joyce to have hands tied for rest of political career

9 July, 2015. 12:05 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact FARMER'S FRIEND AND agriculture minister Barnaby Joyce has revealed today that he will unfortunately have his hands tied up for the rest of his political career. From today, Joyce can choose to have his hands tied by Chief Government Whip Scott Buchholz should he feel the need to stand up for the region...

Tour De France targets NASCAR audiences with more entertaining accidents

7 July, 2015. 16:05 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact THE TOUR DE FRANCE race director has revealed that the higher than average rate of accidents this year has lead to a surge in interest from US audiences. Overnight, roughly 100km into the third stage, French rider William Bonnet clipped the wheel of countryman Warren Barguil and tumbled on to the bitumen,...

WOW! After Just 3 Months In Prison, This Drunk Driver Is Now A Fully Qualified Ice Cook

July 14, 2015. 10:40 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact   Not long ago, Jai Waterman local made some "pretty stupid decisions". A wild night of reckless drink driving landed the Maroubra local in handcuffs, after crashing his mum's Tarago into the shopfront of a local post office. He was sentenced to three-months in the infamous Silverwater Correction Centre, and as the 19-year-old explains, prison his gave him a lot...

Successful Greek-Australian businessman to return to Greece to fix everything

30 June, 2015. 14:02 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact HARRY SARKIS ARRIVED in Australia in 1958 with a suitcase full of dreams and drachmas. He settled quickly in to Sydney's Earlwood Greek community, scraping together enough money to start a fruit shop on Homer St, which snakes through the inner-southwestern suburb. Joined by his brother and cousin in the early 1960's, the...

Archibald 2015: Frances Abbott Submits The First Official Portrait Of Her Father

June 30, 2015. 10:40 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact A late entry into this year's Archibald Prize has left judges stunned, as the daughter of Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott submits the first official portrait of her father. According to the Herald, it has been revealed that the trustee board of the famous art prize made an exception to all submission deadlines,...

Karl Stefanovic lands another blockbuster movie role

24 June, 2015. 11:45 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact RUMOURS ARE DOING the rounds in Hollywood today as Karl Stefanovic has reportedly signed on to yet another blockbuster sequel. James Packer's production company RatPac has allegedly secured the rights to the 1988 seminal smash hit Rain Man and all future remakes. Stefanovic is purportedly due to lead the production, resurrecting Tom Cruise's character...

“Drugs will ruin your life, if I catch you” says community-minded policeman

23 June, 2015. 11:06 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact VICTORIAN POLICE HAVE warned partygoers that drugs will run their lives, but only if they catch them with drugs on their person. As the city gears up for the annual blues festival, Melbourne revellers have been put on notice by police to behave and not to do drugs. "We've given drug users plenty of warning,"...

Air Crash Investigations accidentally broadcast during long-haul flight

17 June, 2015. 15:32 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact A SOUTHEAST ASIAN airline has come under fire for accidentally broadcasting an episode of Air Crash Investigations during a scheduled flight to Europe. The carrier, which cannot be named for legal reasons, has been subject to multiple hull losses and near misses in the past 24 months. This is the latest controversy that...

FREE Tickets: This Aussie Guy Has Pretended To Be A Sports Journo For 20 Years

15 June, 2015.  17:06 STAFF WRITERS | Sydney Bureau Office | Contact A CREATIVE PADDINGTON man has found a genius way to attended matches at Sydney's most prestigious sporting complex without paying a cent - for over two decades. He's not a professional athlete, nor is he affiliated with any sporting club. None of his friends are members, either. If you ask him, he'll tell you he's...

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