yesterday at 21:00.
Bill Shorten’s campaign to stop penalty rate cuts has been labelled ‘hypocritical and shameless’.
Hypocrisy storm for Bill’s bus
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yesterday at 21:13
He got away with his lies and scare campaign on medicare at the last election now he's doing the same with penalty rates
yesterday at 21:19
bahahahaha. cant help but laugh at the labor hypocrite.. what a grub..
yesterday at 21:08
This from the man who costs workers thousands but made his Unions hundreds of thousands
yesterday at 20:40.
With house prices falling this month as the crackdown by regulators starts to bite, Lauren Pontey is hoping to sell.
Bull run over as Sydney house prices fall
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yesterday at 20:49
Easter, public holidays and school holidays, in addition to the budget and uncertainty regarding negative gearing changes.
Report the facts not some Estate Agent crap.
yesterday at 11:54.
Sydney pulls in Newcastle and Wollongong. Melbourne has Geelong. But what does Australia look like beyond the metropolitan haze?
A tale of two nations
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yesterday at 19:24
Interesting article. But IMHO Australia is two nations divided along the WA border. Just listen to ABC RN for an hour and it comes across loud and clear.
yesterday at 16:44
Ben Reeson Tbar getting pulled into the metro zone
yesterday at 20:22
Country has the better lifestyle, cities are overrated.
yesterday at 11:00.
Australia and China are collaborating on film projects at an unprecedented pace.
Building a bridge on the screen
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John Charles Henery
yesterday at 11:56
More pro foreign everything Liberal Party propaganda to help fill those Liberal Party election coffers with foreign political donations..after they ran around the middle east giving 100's of millions to muslim countries...while they reduce Australians penalty rates... cut the quality of hospitals schools aged care and Medicare...screw pensioners and self funded retirees...remove a billion in funding for mentally ill Australians...its a disgrace!
yesterday at 12:08
an old Chinese saying, "Money can make the devil drive the grindstone for you."
yesterday at 11:43
Whats it called" Buying Australia "
yesterday at 10:00.
Have you given S-Town Podcast a go?
The new podcast everyone is talking about
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Geoffrey John Joseph
yesterday at 20:50
Everyone's talking about it! I just asked 6 people and the main comment was wtf is that?
Peter van Vliet
yesterday at 13:17
yes - and it's awesome!
yesterday at 09:30.
Fake news, conspiracy theories and hoaxes are blights of the internet. Now Google is shaping up to put them down.
Google search to fight fake news
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yesterday at 11:52
And how will they do that? Or if they don't like an article that does not suit their agenda it will be labelled as fake? Poor left wing media would be hung out to dry if this is true
yesterday at 12:01
So Google will be deciding what the truth is, and whether or not we are allowed to read it. Nothing could possibly go wrong with this plan.
yesterday at 10:42
So they 'll be shutting down most if not all of the news corporations around the world. If i can believe what youre saying. -.-
yesterday at 09:00.
Scientists have found signs of human activity in America 115,000 years before people supposedly arrived there.
Humans in US 115,000 years ago
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yesterday at 09:12
Wow! So the earth is not 6000 years old!?!?!? What's next you're going to tell me a 950 year old man did not singlehandedly saved the animal kingdom with a boat either!
yesterday at 13:13
While there is evidence of human activity related to the bones only, it is possible humans found the skeleton thousands of years after the death and wanted the bone as tools. Hence no evidence of using the carcass for food??
yesterday at 09:07
Wow, 115,000 years of evolution and they end up with...Dodgy Don the Despot in the Oval Office.
yesterday at 08:30.
Bill Shorten is raising false hopes for people currently locked out of the housing market, writes John Lyons.
Rigged? Shorten’s emotive words
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yesterday at 09:32
Yes expectations about this policy is sky high amongst young people who believe that the property market is built on greed and avarice. It's been an ugly, destructive debate that still might end in tears with a crash that will wipe out people's savings in mid tier apartment developments. There is a need for gradual reform in this market but what's being proposed is a Big Bang approached aimed at taxing the property market to death.
yesterday at 10:43
It's a mess that john Howard's government tryed to fix another problem with negative gearing but created another mess
It's made some people rich
And it will send some broke when it falls over like it is in Perth at the moment
Jesophat E Potter
yesterday at 09:33
Well , aren't his words true? The Chinese are buying up houses, cattle stns, food producing farms, gas pipes etc etc. What chance has the little man on the street got in getting his own home when all available is being snapped up at huge prices by overseas buyers. It certainly is rigged against the first home buyers. Have to add to this, the Chinese are going to build a city between Brisbane and the Gold Coast for Chinese only. With Turnbulls blessing due to the free trade agreement.
yesterday at 08:00.
With property prices skyrocketing, a new battle plan to help home buyers has been released by the Property Council of Australia.
10-point plan to fix the market
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yesterday at 08:50
Well there not skyrocketing in WA but as usual no cares about us. They just take our money and run. Give us our GST money back.
yesterday at 13:52
Stop mass immigration that will fix it
yesterday at 07:37.
Federal, state and territory ministers have agreed on 11 new measures to crack down on online problem gambling.
Accord on gambling reform
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yesterday at 21:16
THEY made this problem they attacked spending at clibs and pubs and didnt allow withdrawels on credit cards but online they allowed everything ... so people sitting at home playing online spend ten times more
yesterday at 07:59
I have to admit I'm cautiously optimistic about these reforms. The black listing idea where peoblem gamblers can ban themselves is a solid start.
Still early days but looks promising.
yesterday at 20:29
I don't blame them for trying but in the age of bitcoin and other crypto currencies it is a fool's errand.
yesterday at 07:18.
Are millennials too "morally superior" to save for a house? This boomer thinks so.
Boomers v millennials
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yesterday at 07:21
Boomers are conceited, when they bought their houses the average deposit was not a 140% of their average yearly income.
yesterday at 07:28
They believe they should be entitled to more. Just look at their carry on about the housing market. They have no idea of the theory of crawling before you can walk.
yesterday at 08:18
As a boomer I was TAUGHT SAVE UP BEFORE YOU BUY. So as not to be in too much debt, and feel self respect because you worked hard for you achievements as you saw the the fruits of your labour always growing. Very few millennials have self respect sadly because they feel every thing is OWED to them NOW and have huge debts as a consequence, therefore they have little regard for anyone or anythng.
yesterday at 07:00.
Check out this incredible footage of an avalanche almost sweeping away a group of mountaineers in Canada.
361 likes - 30 comments
yesterday at 07:07
150 people per year. At least twice (if not 3 times) as many as those killed by sharks.
Andrew Bermo Bermingham
yesterday at 21:17
What, no Aussie snowboarding down there yelling " F×@#yeahhhhhhhhhhh......... 😎
yesterday at 08:48
Jake Bernhardt did you see an avalanche?
yesterday at 06:38.
A father and son lost in near-freezing conditions in Tasmania’s wilderness survived by building a make-shift shelter.
Tasmania police find missing father and son
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yesterday at 06:44
God s Mercy
yesterday at 06:18.
An Israeli strike has hit an arms supply hub operated by the Lebanese Hezbollah group near Damascus airport, a report says.
‘Israeli strike’ hits Damascus depot
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yesterday at 06:20
its time that disgusting terrorist state was thrown out of palestine
Hiba Al Naji
yesterday at 06:32
Israel attacking another country no suprise there ! Is this not a violation of international law?
yesterday at 06:45
Story lacks facts. Probably is a long way from claiming Israel did the strike as claimed in the headline
yesterday at 05:52.
The Four Corners program that sparked the Don Dale royal commission was “the antithesis of a balanced report”, according to the then corrections minister, John Elferink.
ABC report ‘unbalanced’
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yesterday at 06:01
The point is we had the program in the first place. None of the commercial stations brought this injustice to light so don't start trying to wedge in on the ABC for doing just that. How balanced was Kenny's report from the off-shore camps?
yesterday at 06:01
ABC does this, cause the ABC knows there aren't consequences for using tax payers money to produce bias, one sided stories.
yesterday at 06:25
Pot kettle? I dont think this raises much ire considering who the messenger is. Keep on throwing stones, Aus. it shrinks your integrity and has a polar effect.
yesterday at 05:22.
Broadcaster Alan Jones slams Queensland Police, accusing it of a cover-up in the death of a mother and her son in the 2011 Toowoomba floods.
‘I’m filled with shame, grief’
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yesterday at 06:02
It is disgusting
How they treated her
The call Center
Receptionist should have been sacked
But I suppose when it comes to anything to do with government Sevices or government run media
Common sense doesn't come into it
Just like the ABC and Yasmin.!
yesterday at 05:25
Just heartbreaking......flood waters rise without notice..
yesterday at 05:00.
Firefighters in Darwin have come face-to-face with a four-metre long female crocodile named Albert.
House on fire, croc in the yard
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yesterday at 05:27
Should be ALBERTA. stop trying to corrupt our crocs
yesterday at 05:04
Female named Albert? Does she self identify as a male croc?
yesterday at 06:38
Pfft!! I've got mosquitos in my back yard bigger than Bertie....
yesterday at 04:46.
These Australian surfers had no idea a shark was swimming beneath them.
Sharks swim near surfers
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yesterday at 05:00
Human beings sporting/leisure activities performed in a predators environment are strictly the concerns of the individual. not Governments, not do gooders, not sporting bodies or lobbyists. take your chances or not, its up to YOU
yesterday at 06:25
I've seen transparent kayaks for underwater viewing. How about transparent surfboards, so they can see what's under them. Anyway, they do know they are in shark territory, even when they can't see them.
yesterday at 05:43
Rubbish. Yes they do know each and ever time they go out in the surf there are sharks etc. beneath them. It's inherent with the sport and they accepted it.
yesterday at 04:26.
Julie Bishop will “carefully consider” demands for Yassmin Abdel-Magied to be dismissed from an advisory board following her controversial Anzac Day post.
Pressure grows over Abdel-Magied DFAT role
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yesterday at 04:28
Her Young Australian of the Year award should be stripped off!
yesterday at 04:29
I'm a bit conflicted about this. I agree she's a dolt with a tin ear, but all voices should be heard. The more she speaks the more she exposes herself as someone who misrepresents those she professes to speak for, at best, or a dangerous anti western agitator in our midst, at worst. Exposure of her ideas to all reactions is what we want in our free country. But should she be given such a big platform at our expense? As I say, conflicted.
yesterday at 04:28
don't think about just do it get rid of this parasite once and for all
yesterday at 03:15.
As Barack Obama nears 100 days out of office, he is facing his first controversy as a former president.
Obama joins the gravy train
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yesterday at 03:37
Really are some journalists jealous because muck racking is just dreadful. If some one wants to pay that amount for a speech that is their issue.
yesterday at 04:22
If it is wrong for him to earn a few$ , legislate it. That way if he cheats all the haters can see him in court. The media can make a buck at the same time. Win win - whoops the media is on the hate list too😱
yesterday at 05:07
Err so what? Good on him. It is what ex presidents do, Bill Clinton did it for years, whilst people were willing to pay to hear his opinions. The ultra right really have a chip on their shoulder about Obama, even now, after he proved them wrong so many times. Suck it up, tea party brigade.