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- With friends like this Who needs enemies on The dangers we face with air drops? You probably think you know who makes the most money from Australia. You probably think it is Gina Rinehart or Andrew ... more
- peter on Smokes rise by $2.80 a packet I smoked and loved it for 35 yrs then I read a book on stopping and stopped before I finished the book by Allen Carr ... more
- Wendy on Proposal with a $1million donation Is it possible to get on Mr Moini's target list? My grandson has type 1 diabetes. A team at Newcastle University are in ... more
- Cleangirl on Will price hikes stop smokers? If it does we should try it with Alcohol, pokies and childcare. more
- Tony on SAS join Aussie airdrops in Iraq? If this is the case, then IS should now collectively go out into the desert and blow whats left of their pathetic brains ... more
- REALISTIC-CANBERRA on My religion needs fixing? What sort of "religion" chops people's heads off? more
- Samuel J on Extremists the enemy of Islam All right thinking countries around the world need to come down on these islamic damned extremists like a ton of bricks. ... more
- John Harvey on Stopping fighters heading overseas let them go just do not let them back into the country more
- Cleangirl on Extremists the enemy of Islam Extreme Islam or mediocre Islam ? Look at all the Islamic nations, extreme overrides mediocrity every time. more
- Keith A Tudor on Stopping fighters heading overseas @Tony - excellent comment. I support that including confiscation of their passports as well as their assets forfeited to the ... more
- Citizen Slain on War looming in the Middle East We would all very much like to believe in the integrity and decency of modern government however the reality is very ... more
- Greg O on Regional relocation grants scrapped I did consider it and actually did it forty years ago. National Service took me out of Sydney and showed me there is ... more
- Greg O on Drug action in female prisons There has been plenty of first class facilities to deal with drug addiction for decades in not only women's prisons but male ... more
- Peter Ulmer on My religion needs fixing? Glen Mohammed is impressive as you say. Sadly he is one voice in what appears to be a minority view within his community. I ... more
- James W on One way ticket for Islamic radicals Let's buy anyone who wants to get involved in other country's affairs, a one way ticket. Mr Abbott, we'll book you ticket, ... more
- James W on Hawke-Keating: who was better PM? Does it matter? What is clear is that they were both better than the current one. more
- Tony on Stopping fighters heading overseas Why the hell stop them? If they want to go and fight and die in some desert cesspool then let them. How about we encourage ... more
- Cleangirl on "Fat" Clive Palmer is fair game? Fat is the new smoker. more
- Cleangirl on How to stop youth going jihadist? Islam seems to cost us big time, will we ever get any benefit, or is this money insurance ? more
- James W on Cardinal Pell just doesn't get it? Cleangirl, are you saying that nearly all of those found guilty of sex offences against children, don't go to jail? 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