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Carbon Emissions on Friday 30th January 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 30th January 2015

Friday 30 January, 2015
Mike Baird has announced high-tech shark warning devices on Sydney beaches. Tests are being conducted to check whether they’re triggered by bank financial advisors out for a swim.
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Carbon Emissions from FridayMash

Appeal of Politics

Federal Labor MPs are demanding instant replays in parliament so they can appeal against send-offs by Bronnie.

Buy Now Pay Later Under a Different Government

If Labor wins the Queensland election it will be a clear indication the electorate prefers a fiscal mess to the agony of paying for it.

Keeping Bob Carr in the Garage

Clover Moore is planning so many cycle tracks round Sydney that anyone arriving by car will have to get on their bike.

Money Eaters

Mike Baird has announced high-tech shark warning devices on Sydney beaches. Tests are being conducted to check whether they’re triggered by bank financial advisors out for a swim.

Nonentity Propensity

Luke Foley the new NSW Labor leader is not worried by a lack of recognition among voters. It is merely an extension of the policy under the previous leader.

She Can Get Lost

There is no truth to the rumour that Clive has offered a substantial reward for the return of his little PUP Jacqui.

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

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