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Carbon Emissions on Friday 24th April 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 24th April 2015

Friday 24 April, 2015
Julie Bishop chose a tasteful head-covering for her visit to Tehran. However a Socceroos cap might have left a more lasting impression.
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Carbon Emissions from FridayMash

Superior Vintage

The ICAC can now appreciate that while Barry O’Farrell didn’t have the bottle Margaret Cunneen’s got plenty.

One Direction

Daniel Andrew’s rejection of WA’s claim for more GST means he could be instrumental in terminating another East-West link.

Following the Money

If WA’s citizens want to enjoy the fruits of the GST they generate they’ll have to move to Tassie.

Making Headway

Julie Bishop chose a tasteful head-covering for her visit to Tehran. However a Socceroos cap might have left a more lasting impression.

Chink of Hope

WA’s financial plight is obviously the result of the Chinese not paying enough for iron ore. We should therefore solve the subsequent problem this has created by adding a 10% GST to their invoices.

Danger of becoming a Dog

Heaven help us if PUP lasts as long as the Democrats.

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

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