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Richmond is paying tribute to Mary Rogers, Victoria's first female councillor, by replacing the usual green walky dude on pedestrian signs with a green walky lady. The lights will stay up for at least a year, and were installed as part of a $250,000 upgrade to the intersection of Bosisto Street and Bridge...
Posted on May 24, 2016 7:46AM
We know you've seen the Chewbacca Mum by now. We know this because the video of her unboxing and revelling in the PURE JOY of a Star Wars voice-changing Chewbacca mask has been viewed some 139 MILLION times on Facebook. Girl is doin' numbers. The magnificent bundle of posi energy and glee known as Candace...
Posted on May 24, 2016 7:43AM
Myki is to Melbourne as a glue-covered flagpole is to the common rectum. Painful. Curiously mean-spirited. And slow as shit. The much-maligned and super-expensive public transport ticketing system hasn't had a day without controversy since the old Metcard system on Victorian capital's train, tram, and...
Posted on May 24, 2016 6:56AM
A St Kilda bookstore will be closing down after some rat bastard filed a complaint and the council deemed it to be in breach of zoning laws. The owners of the store, Bookhouse, said they also copped an IRL complaint from a resident when they first moved in, which surprised them, due to the area being...
Posted on May 24, 2016 6:21AM
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews today made history as becoming the first Premier to formally apologise to those convicted under unjust laws against homosexual acts, which were only recently repelled in the 1980s. "Let these words rest forever in our records," he said. "On behalf of the Parliament, the...
Posted on May 24, 2016 5:35AM
Real talk: If you're coming in here, you're already curious as to what's actually in the video. And if you get ejected at the end absurdly surprised about any potential spoilers, then it's clear you haven't seen the original film. As much as we like to talk and rail against modern trailers that act more...
Posted on May 24, 2016 5:27AM
OH GOD. IT'S 1998 AGAIN.  Pauline Hanson is reasonably cocky about getting back into the Senate, and is claiming that her candidates have a bloody good shot in every state they'll contest.  The Queenslander has a much better chance than usual of getting back into office, since the Senate will be halved...
Posted on May 24, 2016 3:30AM
One of Australia's greatest pastimes is scouring the international media for any scant mention of our humble island, so that we can experience the adrenaline rush of national pride that the Northern Hemisphere has noticed us, albeit fleetingly. Unfortunately, most of the mentions we get these days tend...
Posted on May 24, 2016 1:07AM

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