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Proposed Relocation Of ABC Headquarters Threatens Inner-City Sydney Terrace House Market

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT In a blow for Sydney's Inner West, calls have been made this week to move the Sydney arm of Australian Broadcasting Corporation's from it's current Ultimo location. The convenient location for the city's public service employees has long been one of the most attractive features of working...

Nice Part Of Town Seems To Have Lots Of Yankees, Red Sox Fans

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact The denizens the town's leafy Betoota Grove enclave seem to be avid baseball fans, as an ever-growing number of MBL hats have been spotted in the area. Speaking to The Advocate this morning, local Grovian Richard Clarris attempted to explain why baseball hats have multiplied...

Teacher Begins First Phase Of Writing Reports By Telling Everybody She’s Writing Reports

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact A teacher at Lake Betoota Public School has started the report writing process this week by telling everybody she comes in contact with that she's starting to write reports. Ms Connie Heston hasn't put pen to paper yet, she says, but opening the dialogue about...

ScoMo Catches A 51cm Kingfish And Keeps It

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact "I kept it because I have the mandate to do anything I want," said the Prime Minister. "I kept it because I could." Taking to social media this morning, the freshly-elected Prime Minister of Australia showed off a 51cm kingfish he caught...

Local Senior Puts Finishing Touches On Nonsensical Tangent Ahead Of Calling AM Talkback Radio

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact An Old City District retiree phoned KBBL 1449 at 8am to contribute to the morning discourse by telling a story completely unrelated to the previous or current discussion. Bruce Hineman, a retired meteorologist, spoke to The Advocate via telephone this morning after our reporter heard...

New School Chaplain Immediately In Over His Head As Troubled Youth Thinks He Might Be Gay

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact The new school chaplain at Betoota Ponds Central School has admitted that he feels in over his head in his new role. Father John Cershaw told The Advocate that a troubled Year 10 student told him the other day that he thinks he might be...

Elderly Driver Accidently Parks Inside Local Shop

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact One of the town's most experienced drivers has accidentally parked their car inside a local two dollar shop this afternoon instead of out the front. At 94-years-old, Fred Rase of Betoota Heights is the second-oldest driver in town after Gloria Overell, mother to The Advocate's...

NSW Premier Orders Developers To Provide Emergency Tube Of Selleys In All New High-Rises

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT As of next month, residential developers building in Sydney city will be required to fit out all high-rises with an emergency tube of selleys no more gaps. This comes as concerned property owners grow nervous about the cracks appearing in the low-quality materials that were used to build thousands...

Progressive City Voter Keen On The Nuclear Thing, But Like In Central Australia Or Something

WENDELL HUSSEY | Cadet |CONTACT A young woman from the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick has today explained to the Advocate why this country needs to get the jump on nuclear power. The Gender and English Literature graduate from Monash University who is currently working in one of Melbourne's cutting edge artisan cafe's explained that...

“Automation Is Just A Nine-Letter Word Around Here, Mate” Says Unskilled Mackay Man

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact A Betoota-born Mackay man has told The Advocate that he's not worried about automation derailing his gravy train in the years to come, explaining to our reporter that 'automation' is just a 'nine-letter word'. Speaking from the heart, Rollie Cotton took time out of his...

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