Operation Sovereign Borders will face its toughest test yet when Schapelle Corby sails into Australian waters on a small fishing vessel, possibly as early as this weekend.
All functions of the British Monarchy will be run from a small factory in Mumbai, after local efforts failed to keep costs to sustainable levels.
Japan’s Scientific Research Program Still Yet To Uncover Why Whales Die When Speared With A Giant Harpoon
After decades of research, Japanese scientists are no closer to discovering why whales suddenly die when tracked down, surrounded and then shot with an explosive-tipped harpoon.
An exhibition basketball game in North Korea next Wednesday, between a Dennis Rodman-led team of former NBA players and a senior local side, was won by the host nation, the … Continue reading
Bali will be packed up and put away in a very high, hard to find cupboard, until Australia can learn how to apologise, it was revealed today.
Sony Pictures has given spy fans a taste of what to expect in the next instalment of the James Bond franchise, saying the new film will be a treat for … Continue reading
US President Barack Obama will read all Government briefings from a high-tech goose down sleeping bag, starting next month.
US President Barak Obama has reached out to Angela Merkel after it emerged US Government agencies may have been tapping the German Chancellor’s phone for more than ten years.
The news that Australia is now best friends with Japan has thrown a spanner in the works for China’s slumber party plans next weekend.
The threat of a modern healthcare system may have been averted thanks to American ingenuity.
After more than a month on the run from the oppressive forces of the US Government, whistleblower Edward Snowden says he’s relieved that he can now relax, safe in the … Continue reading
Prince William and wife Kate used their first afternoon as parents to take their newborn through all the stuff it owns. The couple wheeled a large map into the hospital … Continue reading
News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch says his flagship tabloid The Sun missed ‘the story of the year’ when it was beaten to the punch by almost every news outlet in … Continue reading
Prime Minster Kevin Rudd says he would consider offering US fugitive Edward Snowden asylum in Australia, if he would just stop hogging all the god damn media’s attention.
“Seriously, You Guys Talk Some Sh*t”: David Cameron Displeased With Level Of Discourse On British Phone Calls
The UK could halve its national debt and almost triple its productivity if Brits didn’t spend so much time talking rubbish on the phone. That’s according to Prime Minister David … Continue reading
Just a week after announcing his divorce from wife Lyudmila, Russian President Vladimir Putin has married himself in a glamorous ceremony in Moscow.
As high-level talks between China and the US wound up in California on the weekend, US President Barack Obama stressed that, while there was some common ground between the two … Continue reading
Since leaving office four years ago, former US President George W Bush has turned his attention to painting, experimenting with a diverse range of different styles. But it is the … Continue reading
Claims aired on the ABC’s Four Corners program on Monday that China has nicked the plans for the new ASIO building, seem to have been proven correct, after dozens of cheap knock-offs were … Continue reading
The man who in 2009 won a Nobel Peace Prize using just an inspirational turn of phrase and apparently once fed an entire African nation with little more than a … Continue reading
Sci-Fi Convention Brawl Broken Up By Man Asking For Advice On How To Increase The Performance Of His PC
A fight between two rival science fiction clubs in Norwich, UK, only came to an end when a bypasser wondered aloud how he might best boost the speed of his … Continue reading
The Syrian War looks set to be moved to the ‘graveyard’ 11:00pm Saturday night spot on SBS 2 after failing to capture the imagination of Australian viewers in recent episodes.
Former US Presidents and dignitaries from around the world gathered in Dallas yesterday for the opening of the George W Bush Presidential Library.
They say a measure of a civilisation is how it treats its most vulnerable citizens.
In a final nod to the benefits of market capitalism, Baroness Thatcher has, on her deathbed, asked that all public memories of her be privatised.