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Josh Dugan Named Captain Of The Tarocash NRL White Trash All Stars

IMRAN GASHKORI | Sports Editor | CONTACT ST GEORGE-Illawarra back Josh Dugan has been chosen to lead the first White Trash XVII to take on the Silver Spoons a fortnight after the season returns for the unfortunately-named Downer NRL Auckland Nines. The sport's newest representative clash is one that officials are hoping will become as tribal as the annual State of Origin series, and...

Local Man Bombards Four Social Media Channels With Proof That He Exercises Sometimes

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact IN A THINLY-VEILED attempt at telling every woman he has on social media that he now exercises, a 29-year-old Brisbane legal profession said he can't wait to start rooting again, using his soon-to-be chiselled body as a potent sexual weapon, which none of them are going to be able to resist. Concluding that the lack of physical intimacy and...

Australia’s Got Talent named ironically, say producers

2 February, 2016. 11:34 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact THE SEASON DEBUT OF Australia's Got Talent raised eyebrows across the country last night as many where left wondering if the show did intended to showcase niche skill and expertise. That was until this morning, when the show's producers released a statement that this year, the show will feature more light entertainment and...

Study concludes Australian Netflix is like having a fridge full of vegetarian food

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact AS NETFLIX COMES through on its promise to shut the door on Australian VPN users,  consumers have hit back, saying that they wouldn't have to circumvent geo-blocking if the local catalogue was as comprehensive and satisfying as the American one. The Australian version of Netflix has six times less content and costs more. One local subscriber has...

Pedestrian.tv Reporter Fired After Failing To Use ‘Adorbs’ And ‘Turnt’ In A Headline This Week

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT A reporter for the "House Of Pop Cult" news and media organisation, Pedestrian.tv, has had her employment terminated during a group WIP meeting this morning, on the grounds that her idea of news was not in line with the company's advertising portfolio. Kate Winters, an aspiring news journalist who dreams of one day working for the ABC, says she was...

Forbes Australian Rich List: David Pocock Joins Timomatic As 2016 Richest

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact The list is here, the 2016 top ten richest Australians, according to Forbes. This year includes a few Forbes debuts, and few surprising ones at that. With the winding down of Australia's mining boom, we have seen an increase in other rising Australian industries - such as transport, sport, finance and blogging. Forbes’ 10 richest Australians 10. David Hains $1.8 Billion...

Londoner caught in powerful rip current just hours after landing in Australia

29 January, 2016. 11:34 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact DESPITE WARNINGS FROM fellow beachgoers, a 29-year-old Englishman has inconvenienced everybody around him by getting stuck in a powerful rip current at Manly Beach this morning. Chatty banker and term deposit specialist, Matteo Thompson, said he thought the lifeguards over reacted to the situation, blaming their use of hyperbole in their warnings to...

Local Monarchist Terrified That The Queen Will Stop Visiting Australia Every Five-To-Ten Years

27 January, 2016 14:45 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT As loyal monarchist, Jane Wu says her biggest concern about the possibility of Australia becoming an independent republic is the fact the Queen Elizabeth II might stop visiting our nation every 5-10 years. "It's a worry, if we remove her as our head of state, we'll lose the holiday as well as the flag. But...

Top 5 ABC Shows To Distract You From The Fact That Blackfellas Don’t Like Australia Day

DUSTIN WAGIN | Contributor | CONTACT It’s another sunny Australia Day in this great southern land, and what better way to forget about our country’s dark history of genocide and brutality than with a list of the most nostalgia tingling ABC shows from the 1990s. Who cares about the stolen generation and our nation's revisionist take on what happened after whites claimed this...

AC/DC’s music used by police to break up illegal warehouse parties

25 January, 2016. 15:35 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact POLICE IN SYDNEY ARE BREAKING UP illegal warehouse parties with ACDC, young revellers have been reporting. The underground electronic dance music party scene has exploded in recent years, aided only by the NSW government's lockout laws and the oversupply of veterinary-grade ketamine. One issue police have had with these gatherings is that they're completely...

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