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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.

ACTU secretary Sally McManus suggested last week that people should break laws that are unjust.

Breaking the law is easy

Breaking unjust laws is well and good, but who determines what is and isn't just?

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Over 1 year ago
(Headlines)
Most buskers approved by the local government are crap and provide noise pollution rather than entertainment, writes Subversive Sam.

10 pitiful features of 21st century living

There are some things that represent a pitiful commentary on 21st century living.

TV Culture Music Social Issues Politics
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Over 1 year ago
(Entertainment & Culture)
Ignorance is not bliss when it comes to the future of our country - and our legacy to our children.

Political ignorance is a sin

Good or bad, politicians influence our future, so embracing the political process is a moral obligation

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Over 1 year ago
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The Queen could take a leaf or two out of self-made billionaire Warren Buffett's book.

The Queen could learn from Warren Buffett

‘Supporting royalty reflects insecurity, privilege or feeble-mindedness.’

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Over 1 year ago
(Money & Business)
Ahmed Fahour's salary is so outrageous, that PM Malcolm Turnbull wants answers.

CEO salaries: Immoral capitalism at its worst

Executives are paid more than they are worth, while scientists are paid less than they earn.

Money Business Social Issues
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Over 1 year ago
(Money & Business)
This represents evil personified.

Make the Catholic criminals pay up

It is time for the Catholic church to stop talking and start paying.

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Over 1 year ago
(Headlines)
One teller, a queue of customers and a bunch of staff not willing to get behind the counter to serve them sums up all that is wrong in business these days.

Westpac failed me – who failed you?

Lets 'stand united and fight against bad service and poor behaviour in business.

Business Consumer Complaints Social Issues Retail
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Over 1 year ago
(Money & Business)
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