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In just under three weeks Samsung will re-release the Galaxy Note 7 to those who still have an interest.
There is a storm brewing in the town of Finley in Southern NSW.
As has been previously reported in the Age one of Victoria’s largest puppy factories is fleeing North to NSW with its tail between its legs as Labor prepares to put legislation through parliament that will shut down the unethical industry.
The farcical situation last week that saw the Turnbull government lose control of parliament was highly embarrassing for Malcolm Turnbull, Christopher Pyne, and of course for the Coalition MP’s who decided to knock of early.
In the lobby industry there are those who bend the truth to suit their agenda, there are those who pedal the “glass half full” approach to their chosen issue, there are those who research and data to emphasise an issue that is being neglected, and there are those who front up and tell outright lies and hope they aren’t caught in the web of their own deception.
They say the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
The apple I refer to today has lived with abuse all of his life. Animal abuse.
Many I have spoken to consider him rotten to the core. Judging from his pattern of criminal behaviour, the nature of his offences, and the alleged sadistic intent that witnesses claim it is hard to see any hope of this rotten apple ever coming good.
With Australia’s Senate looking more diverse than ever there is a lot of talk about Pauline Hanson and One Nation’s desire for a Royal Commission into Islam.
While most think the idea is a preposterous one there is actually a certain amount of merit to it. Perhaps a closer look at those falsely calling themselves Muslims and preaching radical hate and extremism is warranted.
ABC’s Australia Wide this weekend ran a segment on the Victorian Labor government’s plans to shut down the widely condemned puppy factories across the state and stop the sale of puppies and kittens in retail outlets.