For years Bob Brown and Christine Milne have lectured us on the dangers of rising seas but the Greens own Electorate Office in Hobart is not just close to the sea it has absolute water frontage.
An Australian museum has the skeleton of an Aborigine on public display and, despite the controversies and media outrage concerning the display of such relics in overseas museums, no one cares.
This is the first time a photo of Bindi Cole’s Aboriginal grandmother has been made public, and it was not seen by Andrew Bolt before the trial.
It seems obvious. Malcolm Turnbull should be the leader of the party.
Crikey journalist Andrew Crook has invented a complicated plot against Justice “Mordy” Bromberg if the judge finds against Andrew Bolt in the Federal Court case he is hearing.
There seems little logic when an Australian publisher offers an ebook in Australia at one price, yet sells it at less than half that price on Amazon.
Literary awards for Andrew Bolt, Larissa Behrendt, Paddy Gibson, and John Birmingham.
Sydney Morning Hatred: “The appropriate response to Bolt is disdain and mockery and the poking of his readership with sharp sticks in their yellow, suppurating eyeballs.”
On Monday, Eatock v Bolt resumed in Courtroom 1 of Melbourne’s Federal Court.
The continuing trial of Andrew Bolt.
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