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Brisbane’s lost tribe and the expedition to find them

27 July, 2015. 16:09 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact THERE IS A PART of Northern Australia that's still untouched by the outside world. Outsiders who dare to visit are often greeted with hostility. They have their archaic views mocked and their livelihoods called in to disrepute. As a young man from neighbouring Charleville found out the hard way in 2004. He travelled to this tiny lost pocket of...

Anti-Islam protestors ridiculed for playing Cat Stevens song during rally

  July 22, 2015. 11:35 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact THOUSANDS OF AUSTRALIAN NATIONALISTS are being universally laughed at this week after it was revealed that their official anti-Islamic rally anthem belongs to one of the most well-known Muslim rock stars of all time. Protests across Australia took place over the weekend, with clashes between anti-Muslim and anti-racism demonstrators. The Reclaim Australia...

Bill Shorten found alive after seven months lost in wilderness

22 July, 2015. 16:06 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact FAMILY MEMBERS OF Bill Shorten have plenty of reasons to rejoice this afternoon, after the search for the missing opposition leader ended in the best possible way. Shorten was reportedly lost in the political wilderness for nearly seven months, but has returned to lacklustre form today by releasing a policy that is the ying to...

Fans Rush To Buy #FreeTomic T-Shirts After Tennis Star’s Arrest, Over 20,000 Sold

20 July, 2015. 165:52 IMRAN GASHKORI | Sports Editor | Contact   Online retailer, Sigmund Supplies, sold out of their new line of #FreeTomic T-shirts in just under three hours, over the weekend. The T-shirts were designed and put to print over the weekend, upon hearing the news that the bad-boy of Australian tennis, Bernard Tomic had been arrested after incessant noise complaints in a Miami Hotel. The...

Charlie Pickering Hijacks Marriage Debate By Demanding The Right To Marry Himself

  July 13, 2015. 15:00 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact Charlie Pickering wants government to go further than gay marriage pushing for equal rights who people who want to marry themselves. Charlie Pickering's need to lecture the world has been unquenchable since his successful Wednesday night show 'The Weekly' began on the ABC earlier this year, generating popular online content with his week-by-week synopsis of already...

“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...

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