Breaking News

Aussie Kickstarter Project Offers To Bury Incriminating Evidence In The Desert

Disclaimer: This is NOT satire A GRASSROOTS AUSTRALIAN NEWS and media production company have today unveiled a controversial crowd-funding campaign to raise money for the production of an upcoming Outback web series. The "rewards" they have offered to supporters are sure to spark interest. Particularly with the authorities. Have a look at the Kickstarter campaign below to see some of the shady donation prizes, which...

Kevin Parker and Julia Gillard talk new projects and Currents on ABC Radio

6 April, 2015. 16:04 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact FORMER PM JULIA Gillard has admitted this afternoon to enjoying the new musical direction Tame Impala has taken with their new album Currents. Speaking today on ABC Radio Perth with the band's creative force Kevin Parker, Ms Gillard said the new sound shows the maturity of the Western Australian group as...

Kid’s unmoderated consumption of chocolate makes up for having to go to church

3 April, 2015. 13:15 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact Eight year-old local boy, Jake Williment says the concept of Easter is very bizarre for people his age. "They make us get up so early and go to church. Why do we have to go to dumb Church?" "Church is dumb and boring. My grandparents like it but that's only because they get...

GOOD FRIDAY HORROR: man devours platypus in local park

3 April, 2015. 13:28 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact A GOOD FRIDAY barbecue has turned sour for one Mudgee male after police discovered him barbecuing a platypus in Lawson Park, on the banks of the Cudgegong River. Local latchkey youth David "Wingnut" Davidson, was fishing in the famous river when he hooked the endangered monotreme and reeled it in. Rather than throw...

Murdoch offers Betoota Advocate big bucks to join Australian News Corp stable

Today, after a series of unpublicised negotiations, News Corp Australia and Betoota News Pty Ltd  are happy to announce a history-making partnership that will benefit both companies and both communities, but more importantly - all consumers of news. After several months of bickering and a longstanding but healthy rivalry, The Betoota Advocate is very happy to join the likes of the...

Turkish extremist not really keen on showing his face while toying with human life

1 April, 2015. 12:15 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact   A suspected member of a far-left militant group behind the live hostage situation involving a Turkish prosecutor in an Istanbul courthouse, is not really that keen on people seeing the lower half of his face, according to reports. While reportedly demanding that the police officer allegedly responsible for the killing of a teenager at a...

Sydney boat cruise company takes the party into international waters

8 June, 2015. 17:10 ALEXUS COBETT | NSW | Contact A prominent Sydney cruise company is making tens of thousands of dollars a month offering a special ‘out-of-sight’ package on the outskirts of Sydney Harbour. But where are they going?  They aren't going anywhere. Just 200 nautical miles away from land, into The Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), an area beyond and adjacent to the territorial Australian sea. The post-Martin-Place-siege tourism...

Your Grandmother Will Definitely Share This Story About A Pensioner Bashing Home Invaders

8 March, 2015. 17:10 ALEXUS COBETT | North-NSW | Contact Three men remain in hospital today after what is believed to have been a late-night home invasion gone sour in Taree on friday. The group of three to four suspected ‘junkies’ have been terrorising the streets of Taree for some time, with a string of break and enters. However it appears the serial burglars have recently...

Brad Haddin under investigation for alcohol-fuelled incident in Melbourne overnight

30 March, 2015. 14:26 ERROL PARKER| Editor-at-large | Contact WICKETKEEPER BRAD Haddin is reportedly being investigated by Cricket Australia for "bringing Chardonnay" in to the change rooms after Australia claimed its fifth cricket world cup. Haddin has yet to respond to the allegations but other former cricketing greats have already weighed in on Twitter. Controversy was already surrounding Haddin after allegedly sledging the Kiwis during...

“I want them to watch” – Sexual deviant not concerned by new metadata laws

30 March, 2015. 12:15 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact Senator George Brandis and the entire federal government are being praised this week over new "metadata" laws that received final ratification by the Australian Senate on Thursday night. As a result of Brandis' hard work, phone and internet companies will be forced to keep customers' data – such as the origin, destination...

Social

736,846FansLike
579,522FollowersFollow
60,384FollowersFollow

Breaking News