More Australians are loving sex as they get older

Older Australians are getting more sex than researchers suspected, says a survey showing about a third of men and women do it more than once a week. Australian statistics from a global sex study have given a rare scientific glimpse of the sexual habits of people aged 40 to 80. It shows 83 per cent … [Read the full story]

Jamie Murphy – dickhead, or was he really set up?

Jamie Murphy, who was locked up in a Bali jail for two nights on suspicion of drug possesion, arrived back in Perth last Thursday. Murphy, aged 18, was caught with possession of a see-through, sealable bag with white powder in it. The bag can only be described as a ‘drug’ bag (bags for putting drugs in…in … [Read the full story]

Signs to look for before heart attack occurs

Hundreds of thousands of Australians suffer a first heart attack every year. And there are those who’ve already had one or more heart attacks have another one. The scary thing is that 25 percent of ALL heart attacks happen “silently,” without clear or obvious symptoms. Even when symptoms occur, they can be so mild or vague, most people don’t … [Read the full story]

Will there be another war?

Years ago my grandad told me he crossed the world to do battle. Later my dad told me he crossed the world and he also did battle. They went to help their mates fight the Germans…and they won. Today the Germans are again dominating Europe. Not with soldiers, but with cash. The French all elegance … [Read the full story]

Pauline Hanson could be Queen of radio on 6PR

Yesterday Pauline Hanson revealed that she was interested in talk-back radio. Steve Mills on 6PR 882 radio station asked the question when she was on his breakfast show and she was more than interested. Pauline Hanson mentioned that she had been to Perth before but was in no way a local. Steve Mills let her … [Read the full story]

We don’t want Kiwi hugs, we embrace the rivalry

Trans-Tasman rivalry was temporarily forgotten as the Wallabies arrived at Nelson Airport to find themselves swamped by enthusiastic locals offering hugs. With the Rugby World Cup 2011 well under way, Nelson Mayor Aldo Miccio had declared Wednesday ‘Hug an Aussie Day’ and encouraged his community to literally embrace visiting Australians in an effort to help … [Read the full story]

Passion killers haven’t really changed over the years – here’s the top 10

We live very different lives to those of our parents but, surprisingly, our pet hates haven’t changed much over the years. The result of a survey of 2000 Australian adults in long-term relationships turned up a rather familiar list of gripes that most of us have about our partners. 1. They’ve put on weight. 2. … [Read the full story]

Are we ready for Republicanism and a change of flag

Once again we celebrated our national day. The weather was fine, the ocean washed our shores and also our hearts. We were proud to be Australians. Hundreds were made citizens from hundreds of far away countries.We are learning  to grow with patience and good feelings for our new countrymen and women. The outstanding fellowship and … [Read the full story]

Is it possible for an Australian to turn into a Pom?

We come from a land where we are renowned for our laid-back attitude. And, losing the Ashes has given the Poms an excuse to give us some stick…but it’s no more than we’ve been doing to them since year dot. But it seems Geoff Stephens, who lives and works in Britain, doesn’t take after his … [Read the full story]

Bondage makes people happy

An unusual sex survey has found that Australians who enjoy bondage and discipline are not damaged or dangerous, and might even be happier than those who practise “normal” sex. The research showed two per cent of adult Australians regularly partake in sadomasochism and dominance and submission-type sexual role play. And contrary to commonly-held stereotypes, they … [Read the full story]

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