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Al-Qaeda and El NiƱo to be blamed for everything in future
[Edition 77] REUTERS, Thursday: In an effort to increase accuracy in reporting man-made and natural disasters, news agency Reuters confirmed
News In Brief
[Edition 77] The SARS virus had a brief stop-over at Singapore yesterday, spending two hours shopping for duty-free digital cameras
Apathy builds for start of NSL season
[Edition 77] SYDNEY, Saturday: Interest in the recently-begun National Soccer League season is “lukewarm and cooling”. That was the optimistic
“Faked weapons finds will back-up faked intelligence” – Blair
[Edition 75] LONDON, Monday – Tony Blair has today hit back at intelligence community leaks suggesting he deceived the public
Latin dance class entirely comprised of desperate singles
[Edition 75] ADELAIDE, Saturday – Latin dance instructor Jose Barretto was disappointed to learn that his 8pm Tuesday class had
Man grateful to receive spam email
[Edition 74] HOBART, Friday: A lonely Hobart man said he was excited yesterday to receive an email in his Hotmail
Customer feedback makes it all worthwhile for third world coffee picker
[Edition 74] Hours of back-breaking work were made worthwhile today for Kenyan coffee picker Abuya Wakesa when she received her
Tornado does $500,000 worth of improvements to Bendigo
[Edition 74] Residents of Bendigo woke today to find that a tornado had done half a million dollars worth of
Would-be car bomber frustrated by inability to get L-plates
[Edition 74] Nayouf, remarkable for his unerring valour in the face of the the daunting US military machine, has begun
Lowes collection gets mixed response at Australian Fashion Week
[Edition 73] Elements of the fashionista remain unconvinced about Lowes’ new line, describing it as “overly confronting” and baulking at