Goodrem prevails in The Hague

By Allan Povah The full bench of the International Criminal Court (ICCt) in The Hague, has handed down a decision in the case Goodrem vs World Health Organization (WHO) over trademark violation, and damages associated with lost income, anguish and heartbreak. Over a gruelling two-week hearing Waleed Aly QC, appearing for Goodrem, eviscerated WHO officialsContinue reading “Goodrem prevails in The Hague”

Delta to sue WHO

By Shirley Higgins-Croft Delta Goodrem, iconoclastic songstress and displaced team-leader on ‘The Voice’, has filed suit in the International Criminal Court (ICCt) over trademark violations. Ms Goodrem was putting the finishing touches on her latest album ‘Variant’, when she heard the announcement from WHO’s Covid-19 technical lead, Maria Van Kerkhove, that the B.1.617.2 strain wouldContinue reading “Delta to sue WHO”

Bunnings wins at the FWC, kranskis are ‘just’ the beginning

By Paolo Zupp The North Queensland Fair Work Commission have handed down their decision on the matter of Bunnings Warehouse Pty Ltd vs Far North Queensland Hardware Workers Union. The two parties had previously agreed on a 5% pay rise and limiting sausage sizzles to weekends and school holidays. This latest dispute has concerned the inclusionContinue reading “Bunnings wins at the FWC, kranskis are ‘just’ the beginning”

A conversation with Sir Geoff Huegill

Part of the Conversations Series, with Shirley Higgins-Croft Sir Geoff Huegill, Olympian, motivational speaker and lately Ambassador to North Korea, has been recalled by PM Val Shier due to the rising nuclear threat from the ridiculous little totalitarian dictatorship. He arrived in the country this morning and spoke with Shirley Higgins-Croft at the Skybury coffee-shopContinue reading “A conversation with Sir Geoff Huegill”