“YOU COULD HAVE KILLED US”! Uni library staff angry after bosses worked from home last week while they were forced onto frontline against COVID-19
EXCLUSIVE: Library staff at some of Australia’s major universities fear they may have been placed in grave danger amidst the worsening Coronavirus pandemic with employees expected to turn up for work last week while their well-paid bosses were keeping themselves safe from COVID-19 by working from home. Serkan Ozturk reports.
ANALYSIS: As hordes of panic-stricken Aussies begin stockpiling up on canned food as if nuclear holocaust is imminent, and with Asian restaurants and even doctors being avoided, a respiratory illness believed to have originated in China has also turned a whole lot of people instantly stupid and even more racist, writes Sarah McLean.
EXCLUSIVE: It’s being decried as yet another rort involving PM Scott Morrison. It can now be revealed taxpayers are picking up the bill to the tune of $85,000 a year for the best friend of Jennifer Morrison to hang out at Kirribilli House and drink cups of tea with the PM’s wife, who is said to be ‘sad and lonely’. Serkan Ozturk reports.
MELBOURNE: A couple of Australia’s most obnoxious far-right ‘criminal celebrities’ and their mates tried to troll the 200,000 strong crowd that gathered to mark Invasion Day last weekend. And ended up failing miserably. Anti-fascist tracker, Tom Tanuki, was there to witness it go down and breaks down what it all meant.
EXCLUSIVE: With almost four decades having passed since the murder in Sydney of Turkish consul-general, Şarık Arıyak, a NSW Police taskforce has been formed to once again look into the unsolved case linked to Armenian terrorism. Some of the suspects are believed to be living quiet lives in the harbour city and elsewhere around Australia thinking they got away with murder, although recently released top secret ASIO documents may yet help flush them out. Lois Lane reports.
EXCLUSIVE: Controversial media personality, Clementine Ford, has been in the middle of a long defamation case launched against her by comedian, Kieran Butler, who she had suggested was a rape sympathiser as well as an enabler of women being killed just days after his close friend was raped and murdered in a crime that shocked Australia.