Queensland mother Sandi Bamberry has been driven from her home by CSG companies’ pollution. Now she heads to Canberra to tell of the appalling destruction occurring in one of the richest agricultural areas of Australia.
A diagnostic article to tell if your country is run by a racist, coal loving piece of malware.
New Labor government is no better at protecting the Reef than Newman predecessors.
Have you ever been in an interview situation and suddenly had the overwhelming urge to punch the person interviewing you on the nose?
Ever been asked to tell the whole truth?
With the help of the Stokesy, I’ve decided to help you out in an interview.
Changes to the Native Vegetation Act could open the door for wholesale clearing of NSW’s woodland.
Swearing in Peppa Pig?? Well that sent me scurrying rat-like to the files I can tell you.
Peppa Pig to face the programming axe?
Not on my watch, I’ll tell ya’ that for nothing.
You wouldn’t want to live in Nasty, nor I guess would you be happy saying you’re an ‘Ugley’ person.
Turns out names can give us a remarkably accurate insight into the character of a person, if not a town.
The Office of Coal Seam Gas have released a statement.
It came out on the 30th of May.
It only took me six phone calls to get some action from their media department.
I’ve seen some episodes of the Simpsons ten or more times, and so I thought I would try the horrendously difficult task of making up my top 10.
Channel Ten’s reality cooking show fails to arrest the ratings slide. It dropped thirty thousand viewers on its second night, 87,000 down by Wednesday.
Channel Ten’s reality cooking show fails to arrest the ratings slide.
It dropped thirty thousand viewers on its second night, 60,000 down by Wednesday.
Promos in the corner of the screen were driving me nuts, but Channel Ten responded rapidly to our complaints.
By Lachlan Barker.
The ball is snapped, everyone crashes into each other, then the players argue with the ref.
Then they carry off the injured players and replace them with one of the four thousand substitutes.
Then we have ten minutes of commercials for beer, gas-guzzling cars and jock itch powders, then we do it all again.
Yes, folks, the good people at TV week have finally seen the need to not just praise those who are good, but to clearly label those who aren’t.
You can nominate here, but please, no more nominations for Andrew Bolt, he’s the current runaway favourite to be Australian TV’s “Fuckwit of the Year”.
How much does that dress cost???!!!!
I didn’t get what I expected from the ad, that’s for sure and certain.
Furious with the amount of time and money wasted by Australians on the visit by Wills, Kate and the royal offspring, I’ve decided to get a few things off my chest about the royal family.
Man, do we humans like watching monkeys going at it.
Get involved with the fight to stop the dumping, both literally and metaphorically, on the Great Barrier Reef.