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Rupert Murdoch’s recently estranged third wife Wendi Deng will take over control of the couple’s children and Australia as early as next week, after the two came to an agreement … Continue reading
Australians have come to the realisation that life will be an absolute misery with a lower Australian dollar. It comes just months after Australians came to the realisation that life … Continue reading
A major low-cost department store says it is ‘cutting out the middle man’ by allowing customers to send its range of cheap plastic toys, low-quality outdoor settings and budget home-wares … Continue reading
While Apple was celebrating the launch of its new iPhone yesterday, the once popular mobile phone company Nokia was having a party of its own. The 1998-themed event was the … Continue reading
Just days after discount department chain Target was accused of selling fake M.A.C cosmetics, it has be claimed that much of the retailer’s customer service may be fake as well.
Today in a column for Australian Resources and Investment magazine, Australia’s richest person Gina Rinehart provided some handy tips for those wishing to earn more money. “Don’t just sit there … Continue reading
Melbourne’s Metro Trains has released a blueprint for the city’s public transport future which it says will dramatically increase efficiency and reduce overcrowding on the strained network. At the heart … Continue reading
Are your kitchen knives letting you down? Do you spend hours trying to cut the crap out of your life only to find that your knives were designed for cutting … Continue reading
Internet company Yahoo! has finally faced the reality that it is nothing more than a poor man’s Google, announcing yesterday that it will replace the ‘!’ in its logo with … Continue reading
It started as a case of rich pickings but quickly turned into an all-out binge. As Darrell Lea – one of Australia’s largest chocolate retailers – went into voluntary administration, … Continue reading
Employees at a city accountancy firm are still reeling after one of the senior partners allegedly used the word ‘funky’ in meeting with important clients yesterday. The partner, who did … Continue reading
If you were expecting your Yorkshire pudding to be served with a smile at this year’s London Olympics, you’re out of luck. Food giant and London 2012 Olympics sponsor McDonalds has pulled … Continue reading
After successfully stemming the trade of counterfeit handbags, rip-off sunglasses and bogus new-release DVDs, the Intellectual Property Protection Commission (IPPC) has turned its attention to fake orgasms.
Low cost carrier Jetstar said yesterday it was investigating ways to further compartmentalise the cost of its service. A ‘smiles surcharge’ is at the top of a long list of … Continue reading
Students at a primary school in Melbourne’s outer east will no longer be allowed to have a personality. The surprising ban comes just one day after it was revealed that … Continue reading
Abdul Hameed Muhammad, a senior figure in Al Qaeda has declared that the terrorist group is behind ‘Myki’, Melbourne’s new public transport ticketing system. In an extensive interview with the … Continue reading
Queensland Mining magnate Clive Palmer revealed today that he is in advanced talks with an international PR company to rebuild his reputation from scratch.