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What's more terrifying: that this is an accurate portrait of our government or that this is the best Australian hip-hop song ever? Watch. Laugh. Weep for the nation. Side-thought: Scott Ludlam saying the phrase "fascist fuckfest" FOREVER.
Posted on October 24, 2014 4:53AM
Easily the most contentious - and vehemently opposed - facets of the much maligned Federal Budget was the proposed sweeping reforms to Higher Education, which included proposals for fee deregulation, the cutting of federal funding, and the realignment of how HECS debt interest is accrued. It, unsurprisingly,...
Posted on October 23, 2014 10:33PM
Oh boy oh boy, are you ever in for a treat. It's Friday, and Between Two Ferns is back, and therefore all is right with the world. The incredible shrinking Zach Galfianakis' soon to be (if there's any justice) iconic talk show was last seen way back in March when President Barack Obama dropped by to...
Posted on October 23, 2014 9:44PM
On the eve of their maiden voyage on network television, we sat down with the Bondi Hipsters on - where else? - the Grassy Knoll at North Bondi, where the duo discussed the perils of dating in the digital age using Tinder and, inadvertently, other apps too. Bondi Hipsters co-creators Christiaan Van Vuuren...
Posted on October 23, 2014 7:21AM
It's been one hell of a busy day down at the Downing Centre Local Court. USyd professor and linguistic force majeure Barry Spurr has withdrawn the legal action that was seeking to force New Matilda to reveal the source of the leak that gave them Spurr's emails, which contained a litany of really, really...
Posted on October 23, 2014 3:09AM
Freya Newman, the student who leaked information about Frances Abbott's clandestine $60,000 scholarship at the Whitehouse Institute of Design, will have to wait another month to learn her fate, after a Magistrate delayed sentencing again following Barristers submissions. Magistrate Teresa O'Sullivan at...
Posted on October 23, 2014 2:17AM
In upsetting news relevant to anyone who remembers programming their favourite 50 Cent song as a monophonic ringtone ("In Da Club", always), emoticons and indestructible mobile phone devices, the makers of the first mobile phone every person born before 1995 owned, Nokia, has gone the way of MSN Messenger and...
Posted on October 23, 2014 1:00AM
By the time you read this, it's entirely like that it's already been taken down. But on the off chance that you've managed to see this before it disappears, hit play. Hit play now. Do not hesitate. And then drop, hold on to something, until the shaking stops. The "official" launch of the first trailer...
Posted on October 22, 2014 11:54PM

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