WBU release influencer’s feud-guide

By Shirley Higgins-Croft The William Bligh University Department of Comportment has released a graphical guide to current relationships amongst social media influencers. This initiative is aimed at keeping students informed on the status of feuds between high-profile twitterati and insta-tubers to assist them in their studies. “This kind of information is essential to all students,Continue reading “WBU release influencer’s feud-guide”

A conversation with the Song Doctor

Part of the Conversations Series, with Shirley Higgins-Croft Though he is hardly a household name, Sir Eric Murray, the Song Doctor, (above) is a legend of the music industry. He has contributed as uncredited songwriter on more than fifty number one hits and has saved many well known songs from the discount rack of history.Continue reading “A conversation with the Song Doctor”

Song-doctor to appeal TayTay court case

By Shirley Higgins-Croft Music industry stalwart, Eric “Song-doctor” Murray has voiced his disappointment in the outcome of the recent court case involving the authoring of Taylor Swift’s mega-hit, ‘Shake it Off’. Swift and her fellow songwriters, including Murray, were being accused of stealing key lyrics to the song. The plaintiff had alleged that ‘Shake itContinue reading “Song-doctor to appeal TayTay court case”

‘Song Doctor’ tells all about the Taylor/Katy feud

By Shirley Higgins-Croft Eric Murray, self-proclaimed song-doctor and legend of the music industry, has finally weighed in on the long running Taylor Swift/Katy Perry feud. Mr Murray had delivered his keynote address at the annual Tully Songwriters’ Festival, and was taking questions from the audience, when he was asked what his biggest regret was. TheContinue reading “‘Song Doctor’ tells all about the Taylor/Katy feud”

Tributes flow for the ‘Kewarra Thirteen’

By Shirley Higgins-Croft: Journalist. Wife. Dog-Mother As a dog-lover myself, it is hard to report on the events at Smithfield yesterday, so please forgive any sentimentality. It was a heartbreakingly sombre scene at the YAPS ballroom and conference centre. Some three thousand grieving dogs and their carers attended a memorial service to pay tribute to their thirteen fallen friends.Continue reading “Tributes flow for the ‘Kewarra Thirteen’”

April 2017 Classifieds

Looking For Love Are you looking for love? Come along to the Freshwater Swingers open night at the Edge Hill Tavern . Wear a white daisy and BYO prophylactics. We are an equal-opportunity fuck-fest organisation. @fresh_swingers Wanted Redlynch entrepreneur looking for young supple women with venture-capital experience, preferably of Russian or Scandinavian extraction, to create working business modelContinue reading “April 2017 Classifieds”

Keith rocks the Railway

By Shirley Higgins-Croft Logan city superstar, Keith Urban, rocked the Railway Hotel last night on his Don’t Look So Surprised world tour in front of a crowd of eighty-one fans. The evening began with two support acts that were received warmly by the crowd. Kuranda artist, Dayne Guzman Caine, performed cuts from his Grammy nominated album CrocdilesContinue reading “Keith rocks the Railway”

WBU academics claim to have a cure for GAS

By Paolo Zupp William Bligh University academics have announced that they have developed a treatment for the insidious syndrome that has dogged musicians since the dawn of rock ‘n roll. GAS – Guitar Acquisition Syndrome (more recently generalised to Gear Acquisition Syndrome and also known as Perceived Guitar Personality Disorder) is the debilitating condition inContinue reading “WBU academics claim to have a cure for GAS”