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Restrictions Ease, Festivals Now Allowed Up To 25% Capacity

by Paul Cashmere

The new rule for attending music festivals has been adjusted to now allow 25% attendance at outdoor venues of up to 40,000 capacity.

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Malcolm Turnbull A Bigger Picture

Malcolm Turnbull Autobiography Pirated Out Of Prime Minister’s Office

by Paul Cashmere

Copies of former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s autobiography ‘A Bigger Picture’ have been alleged to be pirated to “millions” from within current Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s office.

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Yungblud

YUNGBLUD Leads “Fuck Scott Morrison” Chant

by Tim Cashmere

English rapper YUNGBLUD is pretty tuned in to the mood of Australia’s youth, leading them in a “fuck Scott Morrison!” chant in Melbourne last night.

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Jarvis Cocker, Pulp, SXSW

More Timely Than Ever: Get Jarvis Cocker’s “C*nts Are Still Running The World” To Number One This Christmas

by Tim Cashmere

Way back in 2006, Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker eliminated any doubt as to his feelings of the global political climate with the release of his song C*nts Are Still Running The World.

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Scott Morrison

Scott Morrison Abolishes Department of Communication and The Arts

by Tim Cashmere

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has abolished the Department of Communication and the Arts in a brutal department restructure to take place from February 1, 2020.

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One Electric Day at Werribee Mansion on Sunday 27 November 2016 with Russell Morris, Icehouse, James Reyne, Jimmy Barnes.

Jimmy Barnes calls on the Prime Minister to reverse cruel Foodbank cutback

by Paul Cashmere

Rock legend Jimmy Barnes has called on Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to reverse his decision to cut funding to the Foodbank as we lead into Christmas.

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Lustra

Scott Morrison Website Registration Lapses And Now Hosts A Punk Song Scotty Doesn’t Know

by Paul Cashmere

Scott Morrison, the unelected man who was born to rule Australia, let his website registration lapse overnight. Now scottmorrison.com.au is hosting the punk song ‘Scotty Doesn’t Know’.

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