Freds say the darndest things!
Thousands lined the streets of Singapore on Sunday to say a final goodbye to the country’s first prime minister, Lee Kuan Yew, who died a week ago at the age of 91.
A Chicago health food store employee has became a minor celebrity after a photo taken with the mayor unexpectedly began circulating online.
Australia’s biggest state strokes its Baird.
Voting is compulsory and glorious.
And some people are getting quite excited at the prospect.
This is a very important poll at a very important point in the evening.
Australian journalist thanks Julie Bishop and her “laser eyes”.
Does the UK or Afghanistan have more women in parliament?
JBish throwing all the shade.
It’s like Vote Compass, but you’ll actually finish it.
The emoji minister just slayed parliament.
Liberal prime minister Malcolm Fraser was a champion of human rights, multiculturalism and Aboriginal land rights.
“The (Liberal) party has become a party of fear and reaction.”
“The Dr Goebbels of economic policy”.
Coalition fires all media advisers, hires cookie.
Layers added. Layers taken away.
There was no world wide web either.
The biggest private companies to be exempt from transparency laws.
Christopher Pyne’s uni reform bill is headed for defeat in the upper house. Can the fixer fix it? Probably not.
Vital science research funding brought back from the brink, but scientists are still worried for the future of their projects.
Ferguson’s city council candidates agree on a lot, but their very different backgrounds offer diverging visions of the future.
Prime Minister’s video offends Irish people and freaks everyone out.
“To lose one senator may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness.”
How Head Desk Boy was born…