The man who labelled himself as “the only Australian living in North Korea” has been arrested this morning. Local authorities have no idea why.
The assassinated half-brother of Kim Jong-un continues to live an interesting life after death, as the Wall Street Journal believes he was an informant for the CIA.
The noise against North Korea and Venezuela emanates from Washington. That should be the point to remember.
Whatever Dennis Rodman did, it worked, as North Korea wants to meet Donald Trump again to discuss the end of the war, and the start of a new future.
Good news for a change, my pedigree chums. Roseanne’s racism actually came from a jar, North Korea is set to sell out and we have a new Fallout on the horizon.
Well, what a week it was. The lunch date between Donald and Kim was called off, justice was finally served and one adult had to move out of home.
Morning! It’s a bad one. Overnight, South Korea pushed the North away from the bargaining table, Tom Wolfe left us and Mr Markle continues to make his daughter’s wedding about him.
A USB exchanged hands when South and North Korea met, on it was an ambitious plan for a unified Korea. Sadly, one moron is trying to undercut the moment with his presence. Guess who.
Park An-go, our Fake News correspondent in Seoul, articulates the thrust of the two Korean leaders, as they both try to navigate the Trump hump.
Well, fudge. It’s been a week of insanity, as Donald Trump was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, the emergency services hotline came down with a bout of the Telstras and one rad dude saved one rad dog.
The image of North Korea finally meeting the South at the bargaining table was a historic one. But within the frame, there are small, important details.
Hooley dooley, what a week. The war between North and South Korea came to an end, but the NBN still sucks. The more things change, the more they stay the same.
It was a week that brought us many horrible things. Headlined by the schadenfreude the bank commission enabled.
Well, good morning to you, cutie. Overnight, North and South Korea have decided to be friends, Starbucks responded to racist allegations and Morrissey made us cry. But not in a good way.
You always look, I dunno…vibrant in the morning. Nice. Overnight, Australia once again stroked herself over gun control, Bitcoin took more of us and Kim Jong Un has a brazilian…passport.
Morning. Yes. You made this mistake’s night. In the interim, an artificial womb scared weak humans, Lance Armstrong re-broke bad and the UN made vast allegations.
The night before the Olympics in South Korea, Kim Jong Un organised a gaudy showing of his might. However, it might not be what it seems. In fact, it might be less.
Well, it’s abject insanity for breakfast again I’m afraid, as Japan enabled a moronic trend, a man raised charity through self-harm and we know KFC’s secret recipe. Again.
How many times do you have to wake up on the ‘wrong side’ of the bed before it becomes your normal side? Also, North and South Korea made friends. Good for them.
Happy Sunday! This week NZ made us look old, a very important bill cleared the first hurdle and one citizen took on the man…with bants!
Welcome back to another week of your life that you won’t be getting back. But don’t think about that, North Korea has launched warheads over Japan.
Sunday. A day to reflect how we survived the week that preceded it. Hurricane Irma led the way, but there were enough winds of change, schadenfreude, and pity to go around.