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power plant
Renewable Target: 20% Of Australia’s Electricity To Be Powered By Burning Scientific Reports
With traditional coal supplies in decline, Australia’s energy providers will be encouraged to use scientific reports as a key input
joe hockey satire
Government Still Trying To Sell Budget (All Reasonable Offers Considered)
2014 Federal Budget, Urgent Sale Up for sale is one Federal Budget. Only 3 months old, low kms
george brandis bookshelf
Brandis Reassures Australians: Data Retention Laws Only For People Using World Wide Web
The Government’s new data retention laws will only apply to those young folk using the Information Superhighway, Attorney-General George Brandis
work for the dole
Work For Dole: Unemployed To Spend 25 Hours A Week Helping Companies Sift Through Job Applications
Asking unemployed Australians to “apply for a job of a morning, and sort through a pile of poorly-thought out, templated
george brandis bookshelf
Work For Dole: Jobless To Spend 25 Hours A Week Building New Bookshelf For George Brandis
Australians who receive unemployment benefits will be required to work up to 25 hours each week on the construction of
boat people
Fence To Be Built Between Australia And Indonesia
Work will begin next month on a 3,000 km fence stretching from Christmas Island to Cape York Peninsula, following the
australian satire
Corporal Punishment, 1950s To Be Reintroduced To School Curriculum
Students who misbehave in class will be hit with a strap and told to wait in the 1950s until they
great big scary thing
Government Looking For New Big Scary Thing
Cabinet will meet tomorrow to discuss available options for a new large scary thing, after the Great Big Scary Tax
scott morrison satire
Scott Morrison Invited To Vegas To Perform Boat-Disappearing Trick
Australia’s leading magician Scott Morrison has been offered a headline spot at Las Vegas’s MGM Grand Hotel, after his boat-disappearing
tony abbott satire
Abbott Commits To Cutting Australia’s Reputation By 30% By 2015
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has set an ambitious target to reduce the nation’s standing in the international community by
Tony Abbott’s Guide To Body Language In Radio Interviews
We now know that a wink means ‘happy to proceed’. But what are the other codes that politicians use to
university fees
University Fees To Rise To $100k, Or 28,000 ‘Middies’
The cost of attending university in 2017 will be the equivalent to a big night out, according to financial modelling
federal budget outrage
Budget Outrage To Last 9 More Days
Australians will be furious about the recent Federal Budget for nine more days, and then go back to watching The
kate and william still here
English Couple Still Here
That young English couple with the small child haven’t gone home yet, it has emerged
H&M queue satire
People Shocked To Find Chain Clothing Store At End Of H&M Queue
Hundreds of people who spent hours in a rain-soaked queue in Melbourne today were shocked to discover a mid-market clothing