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Carbon Emissions on Friday 23rd October 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 23rd October 2015

Friday 23 October, 2015
Malcolm is determined to send home errant Kiwis who have been in Australia for 40 years. That’s fair enough if they still support the All Blacks.
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Malcolm is determined to send home errant Kiwis who have been in Australia for 40 years. That’s fair enough if they still support the All Blacks.

Delusions of adequacy

If Peter Garrett is right about Kevin being a megalomaniac why on earth didn’t someone save us from him saving us from the GFC?

Poor alternative

Bill should keep in mind that if Malcolm hadn’t been rich he could well have been the current leader of the Labor Party.

All beer and skittles

Kim Beazley is complaining that Australia does diplomacy on the cheap. Surely he hasn’t suffered the ignominy of serving Jacobs Creek at embassy cocktail parties.

Keeping up with the Turnbulls

Bill Shorten must be regretting that he didn’t think of opening an AWU branch in the Cayman Islands.

Deep trouble

The Greens are concerned that Larissa Waters could become polluted by the Adani Coal Mine and may have to be dredged.

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