Defence procurement is again under attack following revelations that our Diggers are to be sent to the Middle East without a bulletproof mission statement.
“Decisions on whether to arm organisations classified as terrorists by both past and present governments is clearly above debate, but whether or not to open additional Headspace centres to address youth mental health across the country should always be vigorously debated as a matter of ideology.” Mr Shorten said.
Assange, who has devoted his life to exposing the evils of state surveillance, said it would be a poignant moment if he won the Orwellian competition.
“There was a guy named Ian who knew what was going on, he also organised the footy tipping, but he left a couple of years back.”
The New Australian Senate has been struggling to get it’s act together. Here’s why:
The clock measures the number of days since the last media speculation about the tenability of the Prime Minister’s position.
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Meanwhile, Hamas responded to the merciless attack on innocent civilians by lobbing rockets at Israeli neighbourhoods full of innocent civilians.
The U.N said that if each side couldn’t be happy sharing with the others then none of them would get to use the Middle East.
The Syrian Civil War has been renewed for a fourth season despite a recent plunge in ratings, show-runner Bashar al-Assad has confirmed.
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Usain Bolt has been euthenised after suffering a freak leg injury during a 100m race, leading to renewed calls for an end to human racing.
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Qantas choir will consist of a solo vocalist named Farouk, aged 13, following widespread jobs cuts at the national carrier.
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Tensions were high at the local RSL this morning after Phyllis arrived bearing home-made Turkish Delight for the ANZAC Day morning tea.
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Cash wins for ‘Chalice of Blood’ monologue, while Lance Armstrong has won the Oscar for ‘Most Outstanding Performance in a Long-Running Denial or Cover Up’.