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Shop safely from the comfort of home by following these simple rules.

Shop safely online with these simple rules

 

Wondering what all the fuss is about with online shopping, but scared of being ripped off? Don't worry, we'll steer you right.

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5 months ago
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When it comes to condoms, what happened to the old adage, ''if it's not on, it's not on''?.

Let's talk about sex, Baby Boomers

We want to talk about safe sex ... and why so many of you aren't using condoms. Come join the conversation.

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6 months ago
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The world's wealth is controlled by just one percent of the population.

We are all victims of greed-driven inequality

And nowhere is this inequality more obvious than in the US President's playground of Miami, Florida.

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6 months ago
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Cycylists on Footpaths.

Oi, cyclists ... get off our bloody footpaths!

At least twice a week, I have to dodge an idiot on a pushbike terrorising pedestrians in our CBD. I say enough's enough! Who's...

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6 months ago
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Who else is sick of the horrible drivers on our roads? (Image: Shutterstock).

Are Aussies the worst drivers in the world?

 

Stupidity is dangerous. Put that stupidity behind the wheel of a car, or on a motorbike, and you have carnage waiting to...

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6 months ago
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Terrorist attacks are a lot less frequent than you've been led to believe.

Is the world really more dangerous today?

Are there really more terrorist attacks today compared to years ago? The truth will shock you.

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6 months ago
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The moment an unidentified man is knocked out cold from behind, right outside our office on William St.

WA Govt, City of Perth ignore inner-city piggery

 

A coward-punch attack and a pathetic response from the City of Perth followed my rant about the disgusting state of our...

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6 months ago
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Changing Australia Day from January 26 harms no one, but includes many.

Nobody suffers if we shift Australia Day celebrations

Why our Prime Minister's Australia Day stance is dishonest, divisive and wrong.

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6 months ago
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Note the shoes, bags and foodstuffs dumped in the William St doorway on the right.

Will anyone fix the social issues in the City of Perth?

Thieves, derelicts, druggies, public urinators, illegal parkers and beggars ... oh the daily joys of working in the city of...

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6 months ago
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