Yesterday was a sad day for us all, hearing of the passing of Olivia Newton-John. Australia's golden girl, and a crusader for cancer research.
Love is in the air! I have finally gotten around to watching the Neighbours finale and the feel-good vibes from the final episodes were infectious.
There’s something to be said about watching Australians represent our fine country. It’s exciting, exhilarating, and brings all sorts of people together to celebrate national pride and our wonderful athletes.
I think there are very few things more despicable in life than crooks taking money due to go to disabled people. Not to mention ripping off you, the taxpayer.
Right now, flood-struck communities in NSW are battling natural disaster. Again. I know West Australians care deeply for our flood-fatigued communities in the Eastern States and are watching the recovery effort closely.
In early 2021, I copped some flak (probably justified) from environmental group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals Australia for calling something a vegan burger on TV, meaning there was nothing in it. It was a joke, maybe not my best.
We are now four months into Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine.
Minister Shorten outlines how the Federal Government is introducing measures to ease cost-of-living pressures.
On Monday, Labor announced it would give $4m in funding over the next two years to the FightMND charity in its quest to better understand the causes of this devastating disease and pursue potential treatments and a cure.