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Opinionator: Birthday suit

It’s barely the start of the week and everyone is already getting their kit off. What will Friday hold?

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Opinionator: Silence is golden

 

Ah, who doesn’t like a little bit of quiet time in this fast-paced world of ours?

So sit down, be quiet and get reading.

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Monday-itis

As Monday draws to a close, we all breathe a sigh of relief.

But some of us were hit with a case of Monday-itis worse than others…

Time for some coffee, I think.

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Raise the roof: Gillard on Triple J

No use crying over spilt leadership

While Labor is taking Monday’s leadership challenge very seriously the online community has exploded with content poking fun at the spill.

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"It's on - scout's honour!"

Rudd resigns, ready for redhead rumble?

This time, it’s personal. No prizes for guessing what his next move is… Read more

Opinionator: K-Rudd said f#@*ing what!?

News Wrap: K-Rudd’s dummy spit

Politics is generally very dry toast but with the recent heating up in both Federal and State parliament, the toast has been burnt to a crisp, lathered in Vegemite and now comes with a side of Campbell’s soup. Read more

Opinionator: Time to pay up, bigwig

Opinionator: Time to pay up, bigwig

You’ll pay the price for your slice of weekend luxury. “While you’re on poncy dates, we deserve higher rates”. Opinionator, February 17.

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There be opinions in them thar text...

Opinionator: Super Bowl parties cost the US $11 Billion

Who knew hot wings and beer could be so expensive? Opinionator: February 6. Read more

"No more angry fists! No more angry ..."

We protest! When fierce public dissent goes bad

Every country’s folk have their own unique/unhinged way of protesting. Like ridiculous accents, everyone has a unique way to draw attention to themselves, and their cause… Read more

Farmers irate over Big Red Hand price cuts...

Coles veg cuts: the farmers are revolting

Some are charmed, others bummed that Coles and Woolies are playing their own game of Fruit Ninja and slashing prices in a race to the bottom of vats of fresh foods from farmers. Read more