Northern Territory’s croc population will be controlled through a crocodile management program. Critics have said its ridiculous to expect crocodiles to hold any sort of management position without eating staff members.
Reports show mums with children under 15 do 2.5 hours more paid and unpaid work than their husbands, but they’re not complaining. They don’t have time to read the paper so they don’t know about it and if you try to tell them they just say “not now, I’m busy!”
In response to public sentiment police will now avoid car chases if a driver is unlikely to stop and continue driving at uncontrollable speeds through city streets – for example, if they’re driving a Toyota Prius.
Tony Abbott has said he is managing to juggle politics and his fitness regime. Admittedly he doesn’t have time to read government reviews, but then the government doesn’t want to release them anyway.
Google will no longer sensor Chinese content, unless someone tries to access it through Stephen Conroy’s internet filter.
Tony Abbott came off the worst in the Press Club Health debate on Tuesday. He’s asked if they can try it again without his clothes on.
Israel is expecting more diplomats to be expelled from overseas embassies. Fortunately there’s lots of new houses to accommodate them in East Jerusalem.
SBS managing director Shaun Brown says the broadcaster is falling short of its charter obligations. In budget cuts it has had to abandon its daily Peruvian Taushiro language cooking show and it’s introduction to Quantum Physics in Creole.
Liberal Senator Nick Minchin is to leave politics to spend more time with his family, which he plans to privatise before the next election.
Storm damage has made Perth a disaster zone. Kevin Rudd has asked if South Africa can help out because they’re closer.
The original copy of Schindler’s list has been sold for $2.4 million. It’s been bought by Sensis who will drop a copy on your doorstep next week whether you want it or not.
Obama has passed health reforms in the US. It’s bad news for the Republicans because more poor people might survive and be able to vote in future elections.