Opinion

Mon 20 May 2019

YOUR SAY: Election night drinking game

YOUR SAY: Election night drinking game

The election night television coverage drinking game.

YOUR SAY: Voting for animals, pirates and dope

YOUR SAY: Voting for animals, pirates and dope

It was perturbing allocating votes in the senate to the Help End Marijuana Prohibition, The Animal Justice Party and The Pirate Party.

Sun 19 May 2019

Scott Morrison’s ‘C-word’ moment

Scott Morrison’s ‘C-word’ moment

In a night of bombshells, it wasn’t ScoMo’s win that had Australia confused. It was a certain C-word he blurted out in his victory speech.

Thu 16 May 2019

No shame in singing along...but I promise to be clothed

No shame in singing along...but I promise to be clothed

ANDREW Gale shares his long-time love for belting out a tune.

Tue 14 May 2019

How long children should remain in booster seats

How long children should remain in booster seats

When are kids allowed to be in a car without a booster seat?

Thu 9 May 2019

Photo that changes royal family forever

Photo that changes royal family forever

In one simple photo, Meghan and Harry have announced their intentions more clearly than ever before — and the palace should be terrified.

Despite the election, why can’t we get along?

Despite the election, why can’t we get along?

It is sad that in the lead up to the election, once-friends can become the worst of enemies thanks to clashing political views.

Hidden win for guilty Folau

Hidden win for guilty Folau

Israel Folau might have lost the battle with Rugby Australia — but he and his supporters are the clear winners in a much more important war.

Tue 7 May 2019

Truth hidden in Harry’s baby interview

Truth hidden in Harry’s baby interview

On the surface it looked like an ordinary royal press conference — but Prince Harry revealed much more in his first outing as a father.

Motherhood Unmasked!

Motherhood Unmasked!

ON THE COUCH with Sarah Bergman

YOUR SAY: Delving into the mind of an Adani supporter

YOUR SAY: Delving into the mind of an Adani supporter

Delving into the mind of an Adani supporter who works with the mining corporation in a government capacity was a fascinating experience.

YOUR SAY: Why the attacks on Pauline Hanson?

YOUR SAY: Why the attacks on Pauline Hanson?

I'm not impressed with your leftist opinion on Pauline's party and your comments about the video of Steve Dickson and James Ashby in America.

Mon 6 May 2019

Downsizing dilemma: I want a medium SUV to replace my Prado

Downsizing dilemma: I want a medium SUV to replace my Prado

A Toyota fan wants to downsize when he replaces his Prado and asks: What other SUVs might work?

Vital steps when its time to sell or retire the car

Vital steps when its time to sell or retire the car

It's not the loss of the licence many grieve, it's the freedom and independence that goes with it.

Thu 2 May 2019

Should you disconnect the car battery before going away?

Should you disconnect the car battery before going away?

RACQ Motoring Advice often receives calls from incredibly organised holidaymakers who ask if they should disconnect their battery before going away.

Wed 1 May 2019

Save your tears, Pauline. It’s all your fault

Save your tears, Pauline. It’s all your fault

Pauline Hanson has stolen the words of Donald Trump today as her pity party continues. But there’s only one person to blame for her woes.

Tue 30 Apr 2019

Shorten wins bitter smirk-fest

Shorten wins bitter smirk-fest

Bill Shorten had the better of the PM, whose relentless attacks during a tense leaders debate allowed the Labor leader to use a clever strategy.

Mon 29 Apr 2019

Australians are usually the poorly dressed ones

Australians are usually the poorly dressed ones

As a child, it was instilled within me that good presentation and dress opens doors, whilst and bad manners seen through poor presentation close them.

Thu 25 Apr 2019

Amazing how even cars have manners nowadays

Amazing how even cars have manners nowadays

For those that can afford it, modern car luxuries are well worth the investment.

Mon 22 Apr 2019

It's Azaria Chamberlain over again as innocent are blamed

It's Azaria Chamberlain over again as innocent are blamed

New near-tragedy lends force to calls for a real Fraser Island probe

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