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Inner-city resident isn’t working on a Tropfest film
[Edition 65] McIntyre is disappointed to be the only resident of Australia’s inner-city areas who isn’t working on a Tropfest
Corporate sell-out salves conscience with masters degree
[Edition 65] SYDNEY, Monday: Jake Sampson has successfully convinced himself that his shallow, materialistic life as a merchant banker is
Childfree couple tied down by anti-child campaign
[Edition 63] BYRON BAY, Tuesday: Since childfree couple Kelly and Don Walker wrote their book No More Sprogs: Childless by
IRAQ ATTACKS US: Pre-empts Pre-emptive strike
[Edition 63] BAGHDAD, Thursday: Saddam Hussein has launched a pre-emptive strike on the United States to prevent it from pre-emptively
High school debate fails to solve Arab-Israeli conflict
[Edition 63] SYDNEY, Thursday: The latest attempt to solve the Arab-Israeli conflict, a Year 10 debate between St George Girls’
Colonel Gaddafi promotes himself to General
[Edition 62] TRIPOLI, Thursday: After years of ribbing by his Axis of Evil peers, General Pervez Musharraf of Pakistan, Ayatollah
Tina Arena sells naming rights: To be renamed Telstra Arena
[Edition 62] SYDNEY, Sunday: An administrative error has seen Telstra sign a deal for naming rights over singer Tina Arena
Man unsure where to pee in trendy restaurant bathroom
He also reportedly struggled to operate the hand basin, which had no visible taps or faucets
Soccer convert turns down invite to watch local game
[Edition 60] When a friend from work suggested that she come along with him to watch a local NSL game,
Executive presents PowerPoint eulogy at mother’s funeral
[Edition 59] Before a packed congregation of relatives and friends, the senior executive paid tribute to his mother through a