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Carbon Emissions on Friday 1st May 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 1st May 2015

Friday 1 May, 2015
The difference between the Jacqui Lambie Network and the National Broadband Network is you’ve got a much better chance of connecting with the former.
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Carbon Emissions from FridayMash

Better Asylums

Economists believe that if current trends continue living standards in Nauru and Manus Island will overtake Australia by 2028.

Coming Home to Roost

In the wake of Joe’s next budget Indonesia is taking steps to prevent a flood of returning asylum seekers.

Dry Humour

The obvious reaction to Tim Flannery’s post-deluge remarks about the lack of rain is to build a few more desalination white elephants.

Home and Away

Perhaps Islamic State is nature’s way of trying to ensure that only worthy Muslims remain in Australia.

Not Coming to a Trench Near You

The difference between the Jacqui Lambie Network and the National Broadband Network is you’ve got a much better chance of connecting with the former.

Less is More

Will Joe Hockey have the courage to make the cuts the country so desperately needs like reducing the number of Senators from Tasmania?

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

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