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Female banker forced to retire early after coming out

2 July, 2015. 16:06 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact It was a secret she lived with for more than 20 years. It was one of those open secrets that many people knew, but never spoke out loud about it. "For 20 years I worked in a closet. Closets are for gays, not bankers," said McConnor, who's four days away from retirement after...

Free Speech Activist Finds Himself Defending Terrorism During Heated Argument

June 29, 2015. 09:10 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact As debates continue to rage over the Australian Broadcasting Corporations' inclusion of a terror suspect in the audience of their Monday night program, Q&A - One man has found himself arguing in defence of the national broadcaster, to the point of him actually sounding like someone who sympathises with terrorists. Brendan Suffern,...

BREAKING: Australian Government To Trial Gay-Marriage In Tasmania

June 27, 2015. 14:10 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact   The Abbott government has agreed to briefly allow gay marriage In Tasmania, under a new trial. The Federal Government is contemplating legislation that will "meet those gay rights folk half way". Under the plan entitled 'Get sassy in tassie' same sex marriage would be allowed in the apple isle but not on the...

These pigs have doomed us all

23 June, 2015. 17:13 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact A REPORT PUBLISHED under the supervision of the US and British governments has concluded that Baby Boomers have doomed us all. The planet has been damaged beyond repair, says the report, by the people who were born immediately after World War II to the mid 1960's. Their way of life has been...

Tony Abbott Refuses To Deny That He Also Tried To Bribe Waleed Aly

15 June, 2015. 11:39 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact The Federal Opposition has requested an urgent independent investigation into claims that Australian authorities tried to stop Channel Ten panel-host, Waleed Aly, from airing a segment that suggests that "bribes have been paid" to people smugglers to return a boat to Indonesia. It is believed that Waleed Aly was offered a "generous...

Tony Abbott Suggests Fracking Drills Are “Far Sexier” Than Wind Turbines

12 June, 2015. 11:00 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact Prime Minister Tony Abbott has described wind farms as "visually awful", saying he wishes the Howard government, of which he was a member, had never implemented the Renewable Energy Target (RET) policy. "When I've been up close to these things, not only are they visually awful, but they make a lot of...

“Will Gay Marriage Affect The God-Given Sanctity Of My Violent Household?”

11 June, 2015. 09:30 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact Despite his outright support for marriage equality, The Australian Christian Lobby has this week thanked Opposition Leader Bill Shorten for his "helpful" and "important" role in stopping same-sex marriage, after Labor committed to blocking the Turnbull government's proposed plebiscite. However, many believe this defiant hamster wheel of overly politicised relationships is only just gaining momentum....

Shock Jock Kyle Sandilands Considers Move To Federal Politics

28 May, 2015. 14:58 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact BOUYED BY HIS recent on-air stoush with Nationals deputy Barnaby Joyce, radio shock jock Kyle Sandilands is rumoured to be planning to run as an independent at the next federal election. The 43-year-old has reportedly set his sights on claiming his home seat, the Division of Bonner, in Brisbane's south east. The KISS FM star's hometown...

VIDEO: Nightclub Crowd Goes Wild As Aussie Politician Gets Behind The Decks

Australian Shadow Transport Minister, Anthony Albanese has jumped behind the decks at a notorious Sydney nightclub, spinning tunes as DJ Albo. Mr Albanese began his set at 3:00am last night, firing up the 500-strong crowd at a secluded warehouse party in the city's inner-west. "Albo" says he decided on a cameo set after being asked to help promote the club by a family friend...

Treasurer Joe Hockey All Set For Stirring Farewell Speech In Canberra Tonight

12 May, 2015. 14:35 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | [email protected]   The 2014 Budget's biggest hitter, the concept of forcing young people without a job to wait six months before they could receive benefits, has failed to pass the Senate and has triggered outcry from social services groups. It appears that this, among many other things, may have been the deciding factor surrounding Joe Hockey insisting...

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