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Australian satire
Job Cuts At Fairfax, News Ltd As Leadership Speculation Departments Scrapped
Dozens of journalists were offered redundancies today as the country’s major news outlets shut down the ‘Leadership Speculation’ arms of
Kevin Rudd satire
Archaeologists Uncover Kevin Rudd’s Prime Ministership, Buried Beneath A Canberra Car Park
Two and a half years ago Kevin Rudd’s Prime Ministership died while fighting in the Labor Civil War, leading to
Julie Bishop satire
Julie Bishop claims Gillard ‘dirt file’ image was digitally altered
Deputy Opposition Leader Julie Bishop hit back at suggestions the Coalition had a dirt file on Julia Gillard, saying the
Julia Gillard satire
Gillard outsmarts Abbott by having a baby
Prime Minister Julia Gillard gave birth to a baby girl this morning in a decisive move designed to put an
Kevin Rudd satire
Julia Gillard now almost as popular as Kevin Rudd’s cat
New polls released today show increasing support for Julia Gillard, with her rating as preferred Prime Minister fast approaching the
Julia Gillard satire
Gillard: “D’oh! My mojo was in my pocket the whole time!!”
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has confessed her embarrassment at finding her mojo in her jacket pocket yesterday, after searching the
Julia Gillard satire
Safety helmets to be made compulsory for all media conferences
Legislation passed Parliament today making it mandatory for anyone – not just politicians – to wear a safety helmet during
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Julia Gillard to contest next series of The Block
Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced today that she will be a contestant on the 2013 version of the hit renovation
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Kevin Rudd’s stint in The Naughty Corner passes 5 months
Against the best advice of child discipline experts, Prime Minister Julia Gillard has refused to put a deadline on how
Malcolm Turnbull
Mayhem Predicted As Political Media Advisers Threaten To Go On Strike
Media advisers working for both Labor and Coalition politicians may go on strike from as early as this Friday after
Melbourne earthquake
Gillard to visit Victorian earthquake zone
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has cut short her meeting with world leaders at the G20 Summit in Mexico to
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Wilkie calls for mandatory pre-commitment on football clichés
Tasmanian independent MP Andrew Wilkie today called for voluntary caps to be set on the number of clichés used by
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Donald “Rusty” Tailor dies peacefully at home, wiping out a third of the Labor vote
War veteran, former builder and father of three Donald Tailor – Rusty to his mates – has died after a