Hugh Glass was the character that finally bagged Leo his Oscar. But all is not well, as those who he previously worked with now want theirs.
The Australian Government has taken the High Court’s offshore detention ruling one step further, and 200 years back, as Jordan King-Lacroix explains.
With Abbott’s 12,000 refugees deciding to say “Yeah nah” to Australia, there’s a small group who are happy about it, explains serial satirist Troy Maguire.
With the sale of news parody website The Onion this week, Jordan King-Lacroix explains why the joke is now on us.
After A Current Affair’s segment that called for unemployed women to be sterilised, a collective of those marginalised has grouped to protest.
Troy Maguire has kept an ear to the ground after the Cheryl LaPorte fiasco and has uncovered more shocks in the teaching scandal.
After witnessing Macaulay Culkin’s virtuoso performance as Kevin McCallister in the series DRYVRS, Jordan King-Lacroix is left trying to figure his genius.
Malcolm Turnbull is back from Paris and he has a new girlfriend. Problem is, it’s the same one that got him in trouble last time. Climate Change. She’s back.
In response to Sarah Haynes’ speech that criticised her school, the Ravenswood School for Girls has penned an “official” response.
Finally. A used car salesman that doesn’t use his crippling mental problems as a business model. Thanks, Sane John!
With our new Step-Dad-PM Malcolm Turnbull here to stay, Sam Blacker wants to know when we should start calling him “Dad.”
With entitled white narcissism running rampant in the Liberal Party, Jordan King-Lacroix has discovered a study that shows it isn’t their fault…well, not really.
The true purpose and terrifying cost of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is revealed – thanks to an anonymous Liberal party source.
After a spate of artists being denied entry to Australia, Troy Maguire speaks to contentious “rap” duo Julien Blanc and Daryush Valizadeh.
After Pauline Hanson’s comments this week, Jordan King-Lacroix has a response from the Muslim community. They’re not interested either.
Jordan King-Lacroix looks at the Turnbull Government and is troubled by one thing – the complete lack of a political scapegoat.
Undercover in Canberra, Jordan King-Lacroix has the results for Malcolm Turnbull’s cabinet shake-up. And Abbott’s back on the front bench!
Now that Tony Abbott has lost his position as Minister for Women, Bronte O’Brien (in between fits of hysterical wailing) is searching for Australian women’s next leading man.
Roger Pugh ponders whether it might be time for Tony Abbott to return to his former career, where his tendency to be unpopular could kick goals.
Jordan King-Lacroix reports on the enduring hardships that Syrian refugees are experiencing in their new lives…like having breakfast with Bob Geldof.
When we saw this brilliant satirical video showing Tony Abbott taking on Tony Abbott…we had to share it with you.
With the confidence in both parties at grave levels, Jordan King Lacroix has a finger on the pale pulse of a new political movement.