#SmashedAvo or not, housing affordability is forcing many out of the market. Do we need to focus less on owning a house and more on building a home?
Its a very special wrap this week focusing on the Brexit. Economists, Neo-cons, Expert commentary from Lindsay Lohan. Hooley dooley.
What a ludicrous week. Trump swans closer to the oval office, Obama mends atomic fences and Saudi Arabia wants to ban animal selfies.
After the election was called yesterday, the Masked Liberal dropped over to our office. In the rain. Clutching a note. It was weird.
This week, Malcolm declared his millionaire budget, Trump saddled the GOP elephant and Egypt named their most dangerous terrorists…Tom and Jerry?
All the analysts we contacted were in bed by the time the budget was tabled, so we wrangled a bitchy millennial with an axe to grind. Soz.
In light of the weekend’s Reclaim Australia rallies, Senator Lee Rhiannon tells the sad story of refugee Fazel Chegeni, a victim of our detention system.
Roger Pugh argues the only way to guard against the prospect of Australia being “Trumped” is to accept nothing less than the PM we deserve.
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs Wrap faces ever changing Auspol beyond Libspill, Corbyn’s election in the UK and Vlad’s fingers on Syria.
Twelve months out from the next election, both the Coalition and Labor are facing the same leadership issues, as Rob Idol explains.
Ugur Nedim details the Abbott Government’s plan to roll out a “healthy welfare card” scheme and questions whether such a scheme will actually benefit the underprivileged.
Bangladeshi PM Sheikh Hasina cops a fair whack from Michael Burrill in his Current Affairs Wrap, although, as usual, ‘Tone’ doesn’t escape, and, unsurprisingly, both relate to the treatment of asylum seekers.
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs Wrap this week delivers TBS readers the latest on manus island, Joe Hockey’s latest jive, and Scott Morrison on the NDIS crackdown.
With Christmas done and dusted, Michael Burrill drags us back into current affairs: Sulayman Khalid’s arrest, Scott Morrison’s “kind” shuffle into social services and US cops putting their feet in every possible thing.
Jacob Lynagh is distressed to hear that as a reward for his savage cruelty as Immigration Minister, Scott Morrison is now focusing his attention on needy Australian citizens in the Social Services portfolio.
Bruce Sinclair has a few words for Immigration Minister Scott Morrison on Human Rights Day 2014 around the latest stomping his portfolio has delivered to those seeking asylum in Australia.
Michael Burrill updates TBS on the world’s news, from Ferguson to Israel, PUP and our larrikin Libs in this week’s Current Affairs Wrap.
Michael Burrill wraps this week’s current affairs, with favourites Scott Morrison, Jacqui Lambie, Ricky Muir and Alan Jones each making appearances… #cantquitetell #newsorcomedy
Michael Burrill brings you up to speed on all the news you missed on the Foreign Fighters Bill, more Morrison mishaps and “global cooling” in this week’s Current Affairs Wrap…
Kevin Andrews, Minister for Social Services, apparently couldn’t cope with a venue change for the World Congress of Families conference – a bit rude, maybe, given he was their “Natural Family Man of the Year”…
With refugees facing death if they return to Syria, Rach Mason is appalled that the Federal Government is still trying to convince some to head back to their war-torn homeland.
Reports of 153 Tamil asylum seekers being handed to Sri Lankan authorities, while still unconfirmed, make Conrad Liveris fear that the government has lost its humanity.