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Controversial Anti-Vaxxers To Take On Canberra With New Political Party

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | [email protected] Vaccination skeptic and children rights activist, Magnolia Smithers became a household earlier this year, after comments she made surrounding her opposition to the concept of surf lifesaving at Australian beaches were published by the Daily Telegraph.   Well, Magnolia is back in the headlines again. This time it is to announce that her controversial political group is making a move on Canberra,...

Pauline Hanson Celebrates Only Day Of The Year That She’ll Allow Herself A Turkish Kebab

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact REGISTERED MEMBERS OF the One Nation Party are today enjoying the only day of the year it's legal for them to consume Turkish food. The right-wing organisation says it allows its members to eat ethnic food on ANZAC Day as a mark of respect toward our former foe. Kebabs have been enjoyed by heavily intoxicated and...

Belle Gibson to be burned at the stake after successful witch-hunt

23 April, 2015. 12:46 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact AFTER LYING ABOUT having terminal brain cancer, mummy blogger Belle Gibson is set to be burned at the stake for her crimes against society. Witch-hunting and ducking is permitted in the state of Victoria for serious crimes against humanity and treason. The disgraced wellness writer admitted she deceived her followers, friends and family about...

HELL ON HIGH WATER: Tales of Horror Emerge From Carnival Spirit

22 April, 2015. 13:20 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact TALES OF HORROR are emerging from the Carnival Spirit after the cruise ship was finally able to dock this morning in Sydney Harbour. The clean up has begun aboard the 292-metre vessel and already stories of the onboard conditions have shocking people around the country. The Maltese-registered ocean-liner, carrying 2500 passengers and 1500...

PM Smashes Pot Of Light Beer In Sydney’s Smuggest Pub, Proves He’s A Normal Bloke

21 April, 2015. 14:35 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | [email protected]   PRIME MINISTER ABBOTT has finally found that magic moment to prove his "blokieness" - by chugging back a shmiddie of light beer at a university party in an exclusive Eastern Sydney pub, The Royal Oak. However, cultural commentators have stated that Abbott's attempts at appearing blokey have blown back in his face. "He was drinking in...

Low Cost Contraceptives Rolled Out To Prevent Poor People Reproducing

15 May, 2015. 15:34 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact CONTRACEPTIVES WILL NOW be subsidised by Medicare from next month as the federal government looks to clamp down on poor people reproducing. The landmark decision comes after another weekend tragedy in Sydney as a baby boy was born this morning into family that couldn't afford him. Supermarket generic brands will now offer a...

PETA Exposes Australian Wool Industry’s Controversial “Lamb-Clubbing” Practices

17 April, 2015. 14:35 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | [email protected] Not even two weeks after the most recent accusations of propaganda, the People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals (PETA) are in the headlines again. This time they are campaigning against what they call "A sickening tradition of inhumanity" in the Australian Outback. Lamb-Clubbing. PETA spokesperson, Suja Bleedinhart, has stated that Australian farmers need...

Spotify Reveals What Music Australia’s Highest And Lowest Achieving Students Listen To

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-Large | Contact AN INDEPENDENT study conducted by Spotify and the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)  has revealed what Australia's highest and lowest achieving students listen to - with interesting results. The study was part of a national snapshot conducted by the ABS into the study habits of high-schoolers. Bands with the most respondents are plotted on the graph,...

Dubbo’s Western Plains Zoo Under Threat From “Hunting-Mad” Chinese Billionaire

16 April, 2015. 17:55 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact A CONTROVERSIAL CHINESE billionaire has set his sights on Dubbo's Taronga Western Plains Zoo this week, after placing a $A125M offer on the iconic landmark. Known for his love of hunting big game, Guangzhou textile magnate Bei Ting Gui has spent much of his fortune acquiring parcels of land around the world. It's not...

91-Year-Old Aussie Digger Forced To Buy Back His Own Medals On Ebay

17 April, 2015. 15:15 J.P ELLIOT | Far North Queensland | [email protected] Decorated RAAF veteran Clive Bushnell has been reunited with his World War 2 service medals after a successful bidding war on the internet based auction house Ebay. Mr Bushnell says he accidentally stumbled them while researching "how to get service medals replaced". The medals, which include a Commendation for Distinguished Service, have been missing...

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