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- Vince on Ford to cut production in Australia Totally agree with Peter. The writing was on the wall years ago, so it should not have come as a surprise. I can't feel ... more
- Kimber on Calls to legalise euthanasia in NSW Anybody who has had to sit by the side of terminally ill person and see their distress at having to linger and suffer in ... more
- Robert on UK terror: soldier hacked to death @paulo. You havent got a clue about WW2. Try researching without hollywood movies and propaganda books. more
- Robert on Ford to cut production in Australia So much for globalisation. Boy they really suckered us into that one. more
- Peter on UK terror: soldier hacked to death And one of the biggest supporters of the Nazi's was Islam! the SS even had a muslim death squad! The EDL and other so called ... more
- Peter on Ford to cut production in Australia And who didn't see this coming years ago?Typical Labor and Unions not living in the real world and understanding that ... more
- Peter on Premier sticks with Gonski decision Barry was conned by Ju-lier!There is no extra money for Gonski! Any money they do have has been re-directed from other ... more
- paulo on Kevin Rudd on gay marriage support Terrence again you think all gays just want to go to discos and saunas and have many partners.Well there are many who ... more
- paulo on UK terror: soldier hacked to death I come from London .Homegrown Islamic extremism is a problem, however the EDL the English Defence League that rioted after ... more
- m on Man refuses rising for magistrate what i would like to see is someone giving parking tickets out in front of any mosque on a friday. council !! anyone ... more
- Terrence on Premier sticks with Gonski decision Carry on Barry! If a Lieberal party stooge accuses you of being Labour - you who won a landslide election for the party, ... more
- Terrence on Kevin Rudd on gay marriage support @Paulo, why is it prejudice to point out that the institution of marriage has nothing to do with homosexual lifestyle? Tell ... more
- Terrence on Economic hard times for Aussies Well Bill, I wish you had said that before you came here. If you think we are doing it tough spare a thought for most of the ... more
- Terrence on Premier sticks with Gonski decision Party hacks will always talk like party hacks. To them the country or the state is not more important than their petty ... more
- Michael on PM back in Sydney's greater west Well if Bob Hawke is going to be there, he can explain to Julia what its like to be stabbed in the back whilst P.M. Maybe ... more
- Michael on Claims against Ben Te'o denied Put simply, no charges laid by her or Mr Te'o so this is a non event. No one should condone violence of any kind against ... more
- Bill Baxter on PM back in Sydney's greater west A community cabinet eh! She would not even understand how cabinet government is supposed to operate! What a horrible piece ... more
- Bikinis not Burkas on Contempt not standing for Magistrate This is called Cultural Jihad!It is the thin edge of the wedge.Join the Q Society to uphold Australian values.Jason they are ... more
- bazza on PM back in Sydney's greater west bob is only going to get a bit of the ndis cash. more
- WWW.ABORTIONTRUTH.COM on Girl held at gun point in robbery Again, people these days do not have much respect for the very wishy-washy undisciplined legal system! A damned system full ... more
Will the NBN be a white elephant?
The Chief of the government's National Broadband Network admits there's much work-to-do, to meet its June deadline. Mike Quigley says the roll-out is gaining speed - but it faces a big task to meet target.
Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull tells Paul Murray why he thinks it's further evidence the NBN is a white elephant.
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As children return to school for the year, there are calls for earlier starts to public school days, so that they can be home earlier. Paul Murray on principals being given the choice of when school classes begin and end.
Warragamba Dam is requiring some maintenance work, so would it cope with a deluge similar to what Brisbane received, would there be a real flood danger for Western Sydney? Paul Murray investigates.
Huge band width, light speed data transfer. Fibre to the premises is the bomb. We have been installing it in our developments, for years.James W Tuesday 29 January, 2013 - 10:33 PM
Yes indeed. They fooked it up from day one! And their disgraceful track record of this now utterly defunct, wantonly wasteful labor party tell me they will be gone come the national election - and deservedly so. I would in particular like to see Gillard, Abanesi, Roxon, Combet, Bowen, Garrett, Swan, and the rest of her damned communist left of left wing fabian society comrades lose their seats. They disgust me with their proven incompetence and abject stuffing our beloved country Australia.Bill T Abrahams B.Ec Tuesday 29 January, 2013 - 7:11 PM
Both Federal and State Labor have a certain record when it comes to implementing their grandiose schemes. That record is of failure. Labor now has a herd of "white elephants" behind it and they have cost (and are costing) us a fortune to feed.David T. Tuesday 29 January, 2013 - 1:10 PM
Whats this Will? Its Is!
Some brainwashed numnut came to the door the other day and tried to sell it to me!
He was politely told where to stick his NBN!Peter Tuesday 29 January, 2013 - 11:48 AM