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Neighbours Announce Spin-Off Series About A Divorced Toadie Working As A Bikie Lawyer In Cairns

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT While last night's Neighbours finally proved to be an emotional ratings blockbuster with fans, reality has today begun to sink in for the millions of loyalists who stayed glued to their screens for nearly four decades. There is a solemn mood across Australia and the UK today, as the soap opera's generational audiences make peace with the fact that...

Man Left Confused After Qantas Issues A Boarding Pass That Just Says “Today Maybe”

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large| Contact A nice young man from our town's French Quarter arrived at the Betoota Remienko Memorial Aerotropolis this morning ready for his flight to Brisbane but was left confused by what he saw on the boarding pass. Because he likes living life on the edge Adam Long checked a bag. After doing so, he noticed on his...

Local Chippy Disproves Commonly Held Theory That You Can’t Have A Maxibon For Breakfast

WENDELL HUSSEY | Cadet |CONTACT Our very own Betoota Heights District has today played host to a groundbreaking discovery.  A job site on the edge of the suburb has apparently seen a major breakfast theory disproven, in what is being hailed as a landmark finding for humankind.   Trailblazers, Brett Harley and Robbie Tupou, both smashed a freezing cold Bon, flipping the concept of breakfast as...

Report: Zero Podcasts Have Ever Needed To Go For 4 Hours

LOUIS BURKE | Culture | CONTACTThe findings of a long term study into podcasting have been made public by the CSIRO this week, containing the groundbreaking conclusion that no podcast ever has earnt a four hour run time.Currently, podcasts are more popular than ever with 5.6 million Australians listening to at least one podcast a week.That time may have been spent in vain...

Drugstore Concealer Doing Little To Hide Life Of Sin From Co-workers

EFFIE BATEMAN | Lifestyle | ContactLocal woman Shannon Scott has had a pretty good weekend.A little too good of a weekend, if the marks on her neck are anything to go by.It’s alleged the 24-year-old Betoota Grove resident had just started dating a bloke she met at a mutual friends party, and was in the early stages of romantic bliss – which included...

Report: John Barilaro Going To Have To Sue Himself For Defamation At This Rate

WENDELL HUSSEY | Cadet |CONTACT Former New South Wales Deputy Premier is facing a tough dilemma today. With the inquiry into the granting of his plum New York job role still unfolding, John Barilaro is now looking at the prospect of having to sue himself for defamation. This comes as the former leader of the NSW Nationals continues to defame his character in...

Man Who’s Avoided The Spicy Cough So Far Decides To Get It Over With And Books Cruise

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact For Betoota Heights man Dennis Frank, it's gone on long enough. Somehow, by the grace of God, the 74-year-old retiree has avoided the spicy cough despite his best efforts to catch it. He hasn't been washing his hands like Howard Hughes, he hasn't been wearing a mask on the trolley bus. A few weeks ago, he...

“Let’s Give Them A Single Lane And Call It Express Pickup/Dropoff” Laughs Board Of Sydney Airport

KEITH T. DENNETT | New South | CONTACT The comedians on the board of Australia’s largest airport are in hysterics this morning, after another successful weekend clogging up major arterial roadways in Sydney. An international airport notorious for its awful infrastructure and planning, it’s understood members of the board have recently found particular comedic value in implementing an express lane pickup system that funnels...

Katter Under Fire From Green Groups After Feeding A 1.2kg Roll Of Devon To A Giraffe At Australia Zoo

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact The Member for Kennedy Bob Katter has drawn the ire of inner-city lefties this morning after images surfaced of the politician feeding an entire 1.2kg log of devon to a giraffe at Australia Zoo this week. Staff at Australia Zoo confirmed that a 7-year-old giraffe named Frisbee consumed the meat but thankfully was not harmed. The...

Gladys Too Busy Enjoying Amalfi Coast To Notice Those Same Men Have Destroyed Another Government

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT In news that really surprised nobody in particular, it looks like the NSW Government is once again at the centre of yet another ICAC investigation. This comes as NSW upper house has sent a transcript of its inquiry into how former deputy premier John Barilaro managed to secure a $500,000-a-year 'jobs for the boys' trade role to the corruption...

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