Archive | September, 2012

Segregation 2.0

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that in the 1960s there was this thing called the civil rights movement that overturned the Jim Crow laws that established, amongst other things, separate schools for whites and blacks in parts of America. It was decided, by the values of the day, that it was […]

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Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak rejects USA in favour of Australia’s NBN high speed broadband

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has explained that the rollout of a national, high-speed, fibre-optic broadband network throughout Australia is one of the reasons he wants to leave the US and instead, become an Australian. Mr Wozniak co-founded the world’s currently most valuable company with Steve Jobs back in 1976 and created the original Apple computer, […]

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Child’s play

Seldom do the worlds of elite Australian sport and child labour come into contact. Amongst the coverage of the weekend’s preliminary finals, Jobe Watson’s Brownlow medal win and the impending Grand Final this story has largely flown under the radar.

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Charlize Theron has a Modern Family

Charlize Theron has fallen for Modern Family star Eric Stonestreet in a tale of funny man winning over the hot Irish brogue she was previously engaged to. While I am a sucker for a Hugh Jackman, George Clooney, Paul Walker lookalike in this world, I also believe in a personality. Eric Stonestreet has an abundance […]

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Pregnant Soldier Gives Birth In Afghanistan’s Camp Bastion

A British Soldier last week gave birth to the first ever baby born to an armed forces soldier actively serving in combat. Lynette Pearce, a 28 year old Fijian born gunner in the British Royal Artillery who was fighting in Afghanistan, assisting to provide covering fire for troops fighting insurgents. She was at the same […]

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