September 2018 Classifieds

Looking For Love I’m heading in the right direction for your loving and affection. Call me, Punchy! Wanted Wanted: some kind of solution to the ant problem in my apartment in Clifton Beach. I’m at my wit’s end. I’ve tried talcum powder and Mr Sheen. Those little fuckers can’t be negotiated with. I’m not violent.Continue reading “September 2018 Classifieds”

Mexican Servo opens in Baja Roca Blanca

By Allan Povah. A new Pemex service station located on the Bruce Highway at Baja Roca Blanca (formerly White Rock) has opened its bowsers. The outlet is owned and supplied by Mexican conglomerate Petróleos Mexicanos, and features a full service experience provided by a Mexican gasoline deployment technicians (above). It is expected that the sizeableContinue reading “Mexican Servo opens in Baja Roca Blanca”

Coroner releases report on Copeley death

By Murray Murchison. The Coroner has released her findings into the untimely death of Mr Trent Copeley on the slopes of Early Hill in August this year. The two-hundred page report has been translated into five different languages and an audio book has been compiled, with Copeley being voiced by Bobcat Goldthwait. Alex Papps voicesContinue reading “Coroner releases report on Copeley death”

Bald men strike back

By Allan Povah Andrew Fitzgibbon (above), the president of the Far North Queensland Baldness Action League (FNQBAL), has called on lawmakers and community leaders to raise awareness about discrimination against bald persons and persons that identify as bald. In an address to the Manunda Chamber of Commerce last night, Mr Fitzgibbon claimed that addressing baldContinue reading “Bald men strike back”

Chinese flying nuns float onto our screens

By Kimberley Schloss. Popular Chinese drama, Kōngjiàng zōngjiào nǚshì tuánduì, is coming to SBS Viceland. Set on on the mean streets of Nanjing during the 1930s, the show follows the exploits of three young novitiates as they fly around solving mysteries, matchmaking, and generally abetting the rising tide of communism. It is loosely based onContinue reading “Chinese flying nuns float onto our screens”

Rap battle erupts on the Tablelands

By Paolo Zupp. DJ Momo of the Walkamin Cru (above) has laid down a challenge to his arch-rapper, TopiKufi of the Tolga Massif, to position his rhymes where his bottom doesn’t defecate. Many rap aficionados would claim that the golden era of Tablelands hiphop is long gone, having died in 2004 with the murder ofContinue reading “Rap battle erupts on the Tablelands”

Radnor and Lee released from Chinese prison

By Allan Povah. There were outpourings of emotion around the world as musician Ben Lee and actor-musician Josh Radnor were this morning released from a Chinese prison in Kunming and flown aboard a Peoples Liberation Army Shaanxi Y-8 to Singapore. Chinese authorities have finally bowed to the strong opprobrium they have received from world leaders,Continue reading “Radnor and Lee released from Chinese prison”