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Tharunka’s 2017 News Predictions

 Online sub-editor, Dominic Giannini, has the (very accurate) inside scoop for what’s going down in 2017…     Trump gets Stalin in Buzzfeed Quiz: Can we guess your favorite fascist?     Manly Sea Eagles disappoints fans by naming Nate Myles in Starting Squad “What a grub,” NSW Coach Laurie …

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Review: St George’s Anglican Church Polling Place, Paddington

By Toby Walmsley Despite its aged exterior and cramped courtyard, St George’s Anglican Church offers the prospective Wentworth voter a rustic and exciting voting experience. The outside courtyard provides various services expected of a good polling place: childcare and pet care, carefully separated to protect the animals from the feely …

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Pauline Hanson v Derryn Hinch: Who Wore It better?

By Brittney Rigby Both Pauline Hanson and Derryn Hinch have been elected to the Senate in the recent election, but while they both share controversy and jail time, their approach to policy and parliament doesn’t necessarily match up. Hanson has secured a seat as part of her One Nation party, …

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Honey, I’m home!

  By Charlotte Goodsir When my grandmother died she left me a treasure trove of reading material. From first edition classics, to some that were supposed to resemble soft porn. However my favourite book was a “How to” guide, a pocket sized book from the 1950’s with several pictures on …

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Immerse Yourself in Agony Ibis

Dear Agony Ibis,  I’m fresh out of high school. I’ve just started uni, and I’m excited, but also filled with trepidation. It’s going to be so different. I don’t know anyone. How can I make some friends and have a good time?  The theme of this year’s O-week is Immerse …

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