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Carbon Emissions on Friday 10th April 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 10th April 2015

Friday 10 April, 2015
Clive and Anna Palaszczuk might be able to recruit better parliamentary candidates through on-line dating.
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Form Guide

It’s so reassuring to know there’s at least one conviction politician in the Queensland parliament.

Where is the love?

Clive and Anna Palaszczuk might be able to recruit better parliamentary candidates through on-line dating.

Getting a sniff of something

Following some rather worrying goings-on at ASADA there are growing calls for their staff to undergo regular drug tests.

Missing the Mark

Mark Latham was before his time. He has the ideal qualities to be an independent member of the current Senate.

Easter tradition

The police are still reviewing tapes of the crowd at the Bulldogs-Bunnies game hopeful of finding some hot cross bums.

Argie-bargy

The UK has come to accept that Maggie Thatcher will never be canonised while there’s an Argentinian Pope.

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These are the only carbon emissions created in Australia that are actually worth $24 a tonne.

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