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Your Sunday Morning TV Guide - January 31, 2010
Crikey Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane explains why Labor keeps running into leadership trouble.
The Grill Team Marto, Michelle and Ed Kavalee 06/11/2014
1. Marto's family party - Tiff's Alzheimer's question 2. Sport in a minute 3. Marto went to Broncos Jersey unveil with Wally Lewis 4....
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Get your fair shake of the sauce bottle
...from a radio ad, Kevin did in 2009. It was about government solar hot water rebates, and he ended it with this line. I blogged about...
Listen to what the Herald's, Peter Fray, had to say about publishing the leaked US documents on Kevin Rudd #WikiLeaks
Billions spent for vain politicians
The Syrian situation is worsening. Over 40,000 have fled, around 20,000 have been killed. This includes 500 children. 600 people died...
The violence in Syria must be condemned. Though Assad is a tyrant, the alternative of sharia law would be worse. Al Queada is very active fomenting the civilians into their armed retaliation.Evidence. General Mood, who is investigating the massacre at Houla has, as yet, not named any particular group as responsible, we also should not be premature to condemn the Syrian Armed Forces. Russia, which has observers in Syria, recognises the the folly of pre-judging and have warned that the atrocities may have been done by 'third parties' and 'foreign interveners' and that any UN type intervention as in Lybia would result in the same situation as is in Lybia. General Mood stated that the killings had not caused Syrian tank fire, or artillery shelling, but that they were shot at close range, stabbed and hacked to pieces, (broadcast on Arab media) Frank Clarke
Listen to what Executive Director of the Lowy Institute, Michael Wesley, had to say about the latest WikiLeaks release
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