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- Sal Oddo on Man refuses rising for magistrate I am disgusted with the absolute disregard for authority from these muslim extremist.If they hate us so much and our laws ... more
- Peter on Gillard gains ground in polls for PM The only real ground she is gaining in is the one at the bottom of the pit she refuses to stop digging for herself and her ... more
- Peter on Council's new tool on parking meters You have to ask is this an invasion of privacy? more
- Douglas on Gillard gains ground in polls for PM Triple A credit rating from all 3 agencies,low unemployment,low inflation, low interest rates, yet by that poll the Libs can ... more
- Peter on Banning children not vaccinated? Amazing how some people from a minority fringe group are will to put the majority at risk over their un-scientific and ... more
- Karen on Banning children not vaccinated? Well if your child isn't vaccinated they don't get the Child care benefit for fee reduction and parents have to pay full ... more
- Terrence on Tony Abbott's Budget 2013 reply I think they have finally managed to flush him out to a point that he now has to talk about policies. We can see how ... more
- Sandra M on GST future looms at election? I am disgusted at the amount of the GST loaded on to our electricity bills, plus the carbon tax, plus plus even on our land ... more
- Keith A Tudor on Tony Abbott's Budget 2013 reply The Budget reply by Tony Abbott is the best, most open and honest reply I have ever heard as a result of an utterly crook, ... more
- Samuel Kyrikos on Thomson to contest as independent @AbortionisedTruth - I could not agree with you more in your posting here.I trust the voters of Port Macquarie, Tamworth and ... more
- Samuel J Kyrikos on Packer picks Barangaroo design Hoh, Hoh, Hoh - it looks like the trousered legs of poor ole Stan Laurel of the famous TV pair - Laurel and Hardy. You can ... more
- CARMEN on Abbott on 2UE as Gillard legislates THE MORE I SEE OF JULIA GILLARD AND OF ALL OF HER COHORTS, THE MORE I DISLIKE AND ABSOLUTELY HATE THEM.....THEY ARE MADE UP ... more
- Bikinis not Burkas on Legalise marijuana for terminally ill? What is wrong with Morphine in ever increasing doses if they are terminal!Kills the pain totally!I would want this if I were ... more
- Keith A Tudor on GST future looms at election? It is utterly disgusting the money that these political damned rorting creeps rip us off for. It is on our electricity ... more
- Keith A Tudor on Packer picks Barangaroo design One patron in our pub today commented it looks like a replica of a motor cycle exhaust. I agree - a silly looking structure ... more
- WWW.ABORTIONTRUTH.COM on Students using performance drugs? John, these days performance enhancing drugs are rife in top level sport. Because we are talking about mega $incentive ... more
- CARMEN on Tony Abbott's Budget 2013 reply In all honesty.....How could Mr. Abbott put any time frame on his proposed budget measures WITHOUT FIRST SEEING EXACTLY WHAT ... more
- Ray on Thomson to contest as independent This p****k is a disgrace to both the Labour party and the electrate he is supposingly representing. He is obviously as ... more
- Robert on Packer picks Barangaroo design It looks frail, theres no sense of permanence and its a bit poofy. Basically, it looks crap. more
- Craig on Legalise marijuana for terminally ill? Cannabis has many healing properties that can actually fight and kill cancer cells, the resin from the buds once boiled down ... more
Pub crackdown on disorderly patrons
Drunk and disorderly pub patrons are warned they will be fined under a new campaign cracking down on alcohol-fuelled violence this summer. John Stanley on the $550 fine if you refuse to leave licensed premises.
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I trust too when the Clubs have finished with these drunken yobo bastards, that the police will then deal with them on the streets. It is becoming a damned battlefield out there with this rotten drunken and other drug affected bastards roaming our streets. I say it is time for citizens' control and management of these bastards of things.!!!!Samuel Kyrikos Monday 24 December, 2012 - 9:47 PM
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