Vice chancellor calls for charges to be laid for croc attack

By Allan Povah. The Vice-Chancellor of William Bligh University has called for charges to be laid against a man who allegedly attacked a crocodile in Lake Placid yesterday. Adjunct Emeritus Professor Christopher has described the attack as “unprovoked and deeply crockist.” “Zachary was simply enjoying a pleasant wallow in the lake,” claimed Christopher from theContinue reading “Vice chancellor calls for charges to be laid for croc attack”

Diogo meets Dustin

By Murray Murchison. There was high tension in the Murchison household as the family’s new pet llama, Diogo (above left) met the family retainer Dustin (right). It was a slightly awkward first meeting, but Diogo stood firm as Dustin moved around, sniffing at his new friend. Diogo has moved into the Murchison abode in ParramattaContinue reading “Diogo meets Dustin”

Surf’s up and the mushrooms are out

By Shirley Higgins-Croft. Former tropical cyclone Imogen, having crossed to coast on the west side of the York Peninsula, has whipped up the surf on Trinity Beach (above) and delivered a good drop of rain. As a result, lawn are lengthening, leather is mouldy and every surface is kissed by a sheen of moisture. TheseContinue reading “Surf’s up and the mushrooms are out”