Anthology of two centuries of Australian satirical verse featuring such leading poets as Banjo Paterson, Harry (Breaker) Morant, Henry Lawson, Kenneth Slessor, Judith Wright, Bruce Dawe and Clive James.
Anthology of two centuries of Australian satirical verse featuring such leading poets as Banjo Paterson, Harry (Breaker) Morant, Henry Lawson, Kenneth Slessor, Judith Wright, Bruce Dawe and Clive James. Their targets include politicians, police, the military, the media, greed, pride, sexism, racism, romantic love and motherhood.
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Flag as Inappropriate. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. Neilsen’s poetry has been acclaimed by Les Murray, John Kinsella, Bronwyn Lea, and Bruce Dawe, among others.
A Sting in the Tale is a 1989 Australian political satire film directed by Eugene Schlusser and starring Diane Craig and Gary Day. Diane Lane (Diane Craig) is elected to Canberra as an MP. Her married lover, Barry Robbins (Gary Day), is Minister for Health and her best friend is journalist Louise Parker (Lynne Williams). Barry wants to depose the current Prime Minister and tries to enlist the support of media baron Roger Monroe (Edwin Hodgeman)
Samantha Stosur of Australia watches the ball during an Australian Open practice session at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 17 January 2020. Stock image, Jan 17, 2020.
By Professor Colin Richards. He employs humour - one of our few remaining weapons against officialdom - very skillfully and tellingly.
Australia is headed for a retail apocalypse that could even kill off Myer, which closed its store in Hornsby, Sydney . Mr Smith said a overseas operators were smarter than almost anyone in the Australian market and ruthless enough to crush them.
Australia is headed for a retail apocalypse that could even kill off Myer, which closed its store in Hornsby, Sydney, after 40 years of serving customers. Queensland University of Technology retail expert Dr Gary Mortimer said Australian companies were not being quick enough to adapt to the changing retail landscape and consumer preference. We've seen a lot of market changes in Australia over the last decade, with global fashion retailers entering the market base and Aldi almost 20 years ago,' he told 9news.