Humble servant of the Nation

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Yesterday was a bad day for grifters, conmen and bullshit artists. As they traipsed into court across two states, we ticked them off in …

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The numbers are in. Well, almost. The AEC has declared the Senate results for Victoria and there are no shocks or surprises left. The composition of …

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Yesterday I walked out the doors of the Crown Princess Mary Cancer Centre Westmead with a clean bill of health. The CT scan I …

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The future is upon us apparently. Excitingly, it is a future Australia or a bit of it will be part of unlike the interminable …

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Spare a thought for the Labor Party. Or don’t. See if I care. This week, while the realisation dawned on Australians that we live …

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There is a terrible stench rising in this country and it took solid, fetid form yesterday. In Canberra, News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst had …

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It sounds just like the time I climbed Mount Druitt — without oxygen I might add, although I was assisted. I caught the train. …

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We now all know the result. The Coalition has won majority government and Labor has been sent packing. In the betting markets 25 favourites …

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Predicting the election result has been portrayed as a battle over who will be more accurate, the polls or the betting markets. The polls …

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It became clear yesterday at ANZAC ceremonies and sporting events around the country. In terms of a rousing, patriotic paean, New Zealand’s God Defend New …

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