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Do you have your own gripe with your local or state government? And what are the streets like in your part of town, in your home state?

If you'd like me to fire a rocket up them, or a shoddy business, I'm listening! You can email me here.

The over-50s are the invisible generation.

Over 50? We're the invisible generation

The over-50s are everywhere - yet why do we feel like we're not seen?

Beauty Culture Ageing
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About 1 year ago
(Entertainment & Culture)
How you live is your business, not the church's - and certainly not Margaret Court's.

How you live is your business

As ignorant as the words of Margaret Court are, I will defend her right to voice them and in doing so, give voice to her deep...

Marriage Equality Relationships LGBTI
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About 1 year ago
(Love & Relationships)
The concept of enemies serves no useful purpose.

In the case for good versus evil, who is good?

Enemies, they are little more than someone to blame. The concept of 'enemy' provides no useful role!

Australia US Politics Relationships
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About 1 year ago
(Headlines)
US President George Washington was the very definition of a terrorist.

What is terrorism?

Do you really know what terrorism is? Are we really looking at it the right way?

Politics History
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About 1 year ago
(Headlines)
Cowardly politicians are life a misery for many Australians - including children - their days filled with unnecessary pain and discomfort.

Marijuana: The time for stupidity has passed

 

Gutless, ignorant politicians are causing sick people a world of pain.

Politics Health
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Over 1 year ago
(Health & Beauty)
Advertising agencies and their clients are at their worst when they push unhealthy fast foods during children’s television time.

Stop swallowing these dodgy messages

There are alternatives to unethical marketing, but stamping it out is down to you, the consumer.

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Over 1 year ago
(Money & Business)
We continue to worship the wrong heroes, favouring celebrity and sporting prowess over bravery and achievement.

Why don't we honour the most worthy?

Why is it that we describe sports people as great? Are they? Aren't scientists, teachers and police great?

Celebrities ANZAC Day Social Issues Relationships
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Over 1 year ago
(Headlines)
ANZAC Day should be about quiet contemplation - not flashy flyovers and pubs cashing in on misery.

ANZAC Day is no time to celebrate

There is absolutely nothing to celebrate on ANZAC Day, which has become a circus.

Social Issues Australia ANZAC Day
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Over 1 year ago
(Headlines)
Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch .

The pathetic state of our media

Is Rupert Murdoch an actual news man, or in the political opinion business? I reckon it's the latter.

Politics Money Business YsBlogger
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Over 1 year ago
(Money & Business)
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(Entertainment & Culture) Over 1 year ago
Suzuki's cute little Ignis SUV has a lot going for it.

Review: 2017 Suzuki Ignis GL and GLX

Japanese car maker Suzuki,...

(Pastimes) About 1 year ago
JB Hi-Fi is on the money when it comes to customer service.

JB Hi-Fi Vs Harvey Norman

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(Money & Business) Over 1 year ago

Ripper dad jokes get a laugh

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(Love & Relationships) Almost 2 years ago
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How to stay relevant at work

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(Ys Comment) About 1 month ago
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It's 35 years since the Ash Wednesday bushfires in South Australia and Victoria claimed 75 lives and more than 2500 buildings.