Accused murderers have been cleared, Kevin Rudd is back home, Azaria is once again back in the news… all just in time for the weekend.
While Labor is taking Monday’s leadership challenge very seriously the online community has exploded with content poking fun at the spill.
It seems like you can’t escape back-stabbing, controversial announcements and front page news in Australian politics these days.
So, after a brief mention of Gillard and Labor party tricks, let’s have a look at what else is happening around the land of Oz.
Brace yourself K Rudd. “Too many reasons why Rudd should be resigned to losing,” Opinionator February 23.
This time, it’s personal. No prizes for guessing what his next move is… Read more
What’s the bet THIS rockstar leaves his hotel rooms nice and tidy? “ChinaWatch: Meet number one rockstar monk,” Opinionator: Feb 20. Read more
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
The vultures are circling. “Last call for Julia Gillard.” Opinionator, February 18.
The rumour mill is in hyperdrive over Microsoft’s next generation video game console, branded Xbox 720 by media and code-named Durango by the company itself.