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Number of dickheads in Australia slumps below 5 million
Australians around the world breathed sigh of relieve this morning when it was revealed that the number of dickheads has
Frydenberg says people shouldn’t be penalised for fleeing persecution, as long as they’re in his family
Josh Frydenburg has mounted a robust defence of families fleeing persecution coming to Australia as long as they’re in his
New citizenship test to focus entirely on the value of negative gearing
Immigrants will also be required to speak the language of Sydney property prices before they can become full citizens
457 crackdown: employers forced to fill out slightly different application form
The changes -- which come in today -- mean that employers will be forced to redo any paperwork they were in the process of completing.
Assad offers Trump a Pepsi to sort out their differences
President Assad has offered Trump a Pepsi, claiming that he understands it's a great way for opposing sides to sort out their differences
Official statement regarding Mark Latham
It is with deep regret that I write to you today to announce that we will be ending our long-running satirical project, Mark Latham, effective immediately
Pauline Hanson declares Islam causes autism
"Islam has been infecting our children one Halal snack pack at a time"
‘Gay marriage is none of your business’, straight man tells gay CEO
"This is typical of gays, wanting to force their agenda about what they want to do with their own lives, onto straight people. They should leave that up to straight people. We're the experts at that."
Turnbull cut-price power plan to provide slower electricity
Following the success of his NBN plan, Malcolm Turnbull has unveiled plans to take on the electricity market. Under the new scheme, he would take the existing Snowy Rivers Hydro-Electricity scheme, and then inexplicably ruin it
Leaked documents reveal CIA knows almost as much about you as Facebook
Wikileaks has released a trove of thousands of documents that confirm what cyber-security experts have long suspected: that the CIA