Davo’s quote of the day

If you take your missus fishing in a boat with your mates, you’re guaranteed she’ll always come back with a Red Snapper

Naked man risked life for love of booze

A fisherman risked his life for…for his love of booze. He won two cases of bourbon for jumping on to a log racing down a flooded, crocodile-infested river…in the nude. The tiler, who didn’t want to be named, rode the makeshift raft for about three minutes before clambering back into a boat. “I’d enjoyed a … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU

Already this year’s election is prompting pollies to garner television coverage. Expect future Prime Minister hopeful Kevin Rudd, to appear more often on screen and in print. There’s been a sighting of the abducted missing child who was snatched in Portugal.  She would now be ten years old.  There was a possibility that she’d been … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU

What a week it’s been. Celtic robbed in Spain and a budget robs everyone else. How we still give millions of dollars to foreign countries and spend millions more on infrastructure and boat people. How much did we get from Carbon Tax? Still don’t know! Well, spend it anyway. Perhaps we should have a poll … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU (Sunday Round-Up)

Another week of spin and pollies ducking the issues they promised when elected. Both parties highlighted issues relating to education, policing and health. Crime is increasing…especially violent crime. The promise of more police officers recruited to the force has been a miserable failure. There’s going to be more doctors and nurses to boost our hospitals … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU (Sunday Round-Up)

What a week for Royals. After Prince Harry’s nude romp at the pool table, it was Kate’s nude pictures beside the pool in France. The result; Harry was sent to Afghanistan. So can we expect Kate to be sent to Tasmania? I expect the French will give a token slap on the wrist to the … [Read the full story]

Shark saves fisherman?

A 41-year-old policeman relived his harrowing voyage after a fishing boat eventually picked him up and took him to Majuro in the Marshall Islands. The father-of-six told of sleeping with the body of his brother-in-law who died during the ordeal, suffering severe dehydration. And he said it was only after the intervention of a circling … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylors SRU (Sunday Round-Up)

It is with interest I note the change in name to one of Britain’s oldest icons. Big Ben will be renamed the, “The Elizabeth 2 Tower”. Of course the bell tower is not really named Big Ben, it is the actual bell that is so named. We can now expect the great bells of St. … [Read the full story]

Croc attacks boat in the Territory

A 3.5m crocodile took bites out of a fisherman’s boat engine in a Sweetheart-type attack. The saltie made one big hole and six smaller holes in a 90-minute assault. Recreational fisherman Dean Bennett, 22, said: “It meant business.” The crocodile finally disappeared after being smacked over the head with a metal pole. Mr Bennett, his … [Read the full story]

Julia Gillard increases refugees to 20,000 a year

It’s something we know is happening, and it may be the same old story…but Australians need to know that this will never stop unless Julia Gillard and Labor cease to govern our wonderful country. Australia says it will increase its intake of refugees to 20,000 a year, from the current 13,750, in line with recommendations … [Read the full story]

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