How exactly does a journalist covering a major entertainment awards ceremony go there without having read the last week’s news on the nominees for the big awards like Best Actor in a TV series?
Further to incidents where Jetstar expected Fearnley to cool his heels, completely dependent, in a non-self-propelled aisle chair for 90 minutes between checkin and boarding (“Let us drive the wheelchair! It’s safer!), and another incident where someone being pushed in… Read More ›
Careful there voters! You can’t return the Boogieman like an unwanted Christmas present, you know! But Unca John can keep your economy safe…why won’t you trust me?
Now our Prime Minister is treating voters like heedless children who simply haven’t thought carefully enough about what change might mean. Mr Howard says there is always a risk with changing Government. And he warns voters flirting with the idea… Read More ›
The Costello factor I sincerely believe will cost the Coalition this election (too bad, so sad, cheerio!)
CK sums Costello up over at LP in exile: He always was a gutless wonder. Couldn’t go two rounds with Winnie the Pooh. The most effective Labor ad out there, to my eye, is the one where she talks about… Read More ›
Jangari’s “Four Corners on the Intervention” pulls out a few key points from last night’s Tracking The Intervention show. You can watch the show for yourself here at the ABC. Jangari details the ways in which Aboriginal communities are being… Read More ›
[image from the Volgograd City Center of Orthopedics and Cosmetology.] I swear, I can no longer tell the difference between science journalism and inept satire. This study* from Clinical Endocrinology was reported on the Beeb website thus: Danish researchers examined… Read More ›