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Most of the significant human achievements of the past fifty years were the brainchild of Paul Keating, Paul Keating has revealed.
Tony Abbott this morning said that neither he, nor his colleagues, ever claimed to be adults and that any suggestions they had done were simply misquotes from sections of the … Continue reading
Australia has narrowly lost the first match of Asylum Seeker, in a disappointing start to the five Test series against Indonesia.
Any Science found trying to enter Australian institutions would be held in detention on Manus Island before being permanently removed, under tough new regulations revealed by the Government today.
A man who was found wandering dazed, confused and highly agitated in the Parliamentary district of Canberra has been identified as Australian citizen Kevin Michael Rudd.
The very real prospect of Attorney-General George Brandis’ enormous bookshelf going to waste has been averted, with the Coalition today announcing plans to use the impressive piece as a processing … Continue reading
When the Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party announced its alliance with Clive Palmer last week, it wasn’t just a case of a small party getting overtaken from the right. It may … Continue reading
Any animosity between Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Russian President Vladimir Putin at yesterday’s APEC meetings was put to one side last night, as the two leaders went out … Continue reading
Nationals MP Barnaby Joyce says he will undertake a long and careful analysis of the impact of the economic crisis on Greek’s islands and their resort infrastructure, as part of … Continue reading
Experts from the Finance Department say Prime Minister Tony Abbott was right to claim flights to Sophie Mirabella’s wedding as a work expense, suggesting the event could more accurately be … Continue reading
Mining billionaire and aspiring politician Clive Palmer today revealed plans for his most ambitious building project yet. Dubbed “The Universe II” the bold venture will recreate the universe in its … Continue reading
A group of friends was tonight wondering how the hell they were going to get rid of that really annoying, self-absorbed guy who’s been hanging around for what seems like … Continue reading
In an effort to make the voting process more straightforward, the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) will include pictures of each candidate’s daughter on ballot papers at Saturday’s Federal election.
Australia’s most popular politician, Malcolm Turnbull, will be auctioned off to help fund the Coalition’s spending and savings promises, it was revealed today.
Less than a day after Liberal candidate Fiona Scott revealed that boat people were causing road congestion in Western Sydney, concerns were raised that they may be clogging up the … Continue reading
Opposition Treasury Spokesman Joe Hockey will release the final details of the Coalition’s policy costings in a beautifully illustrated picture book, it has been revealed.
Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull today launched the new logo for the Coalition’s broadband plan, during a captivating overhead projector presentation to Liberal Party faithful.
Halfway through the campaign and with the polls pointing to a Coalition victory, Kevin Rudd is contemplating a significant change to his election strategy – talking directly to adults.
Senior figures in the Liberal Party are searching through old manuals and revisiting how-to guides, to help them remember how they stopped Tony Abbott from saying anything between October 2012 … Continue reading
Americans were treated to some of the most outrageous, inane and downright scary highlights from Australia’s election campaign during a special segment on The Daily Show last night. But it … Continue reading
Australian families living in Queensland have been told to leave the state as soon as possible, after credible reports were received that they may be subject to an attack of … Continue reading
The Prime Minister of Islam has defended his country’s views and launched an attack of his own, in response to criticism from One Nation candidate Stephanie Banister yesterday.
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott conceded that the Liberal candidate for the seat of Greenway, Jaymes Diaz, overstepped the mark by going into too much detail about party policy during an … Continue reading
While Tony Abbott and Kevin Rudd were this week trying to outdo each other with increasingly ridiculous ways to scare away people on boats, political candidate Clive Palmer released a … Continue reading
Australia’s struggling newspapers may have been thrown a lifeline in the form of the lucrative refugee readership segment.