Columns

Fri 9 Feb 2018

What my online affair taught me about my marriage

What my online affair taught me about my marriage

“As I caressed my naked body I made sure not to make a sound. Why? Because my husband and kids were in the next room, completely oblivious."

Sat 27 Jan 2018

Paul Murray: How quickly we forget what really matters

Paul Murray: How quickly we forget what really matters

The survey of a couple of thousand people, ranging in age from 18 to 93, included a wide spread of the generations and even political leanings.

Sat 30 Sep 2017

Paul Murray: Too many people take drugs, but why do they do it?

Paul Murray: Too many people take drugs, but why do they do...

We got a snapshot this week of how many Australians use and abuse drugs.

Mon 31 Jul 2017

What if private school turns my daughter into a w--ker?

What if private school turns my daughter into a w--ker?

She is two years old – a long way from graduating high school and entering university or the workforce.

Mon 17 Jul 2017

Your child comes home with a tattoo. Here's what to do

Your child comes home with a tattoo. Here's what to do

"I keep thinking of his skin, his precious skin, inked like a pig carcass. I feel as if someone has died."

Tue 21 Mar 2017

'It's time to crack down on stay-at-home mums'

'It's time to crack down on stay-at-home mums'

THERE'S one issue guaranteed to trigger hysteria across the nation every time it comes up in the news, and it has nothing to do with Pauline Hansont.

Thu 26 Jan 2017

Australia Day must be Jan 26, but still needs to change

Australia Day must be Jan 26, but still needs to change

OPINION: It is also when Australia hits peak political correctness and every commentator wants to stake their claim on what Australia Day really means.

Sat 7 Jan 2017

STRANGE POLITICS: George and Cory plan to set us all right

STRANGE POLITICS: George and Cory plan to set us all right

'The pair will probably treat billions of people from all over the world as though they are a single person'

Mon 11 Jul 2016

Strange Politics: Turnbull steers Australia into a wall

Strange Politics: Turnbull steers Australia into a wall

MALCOLM Turnbull is a victim of Epstein’s Law, a concept that says “If you think the problem is bad now, just wait until we’ve solved it”.

Wed 29 Jun 2016

Google and Twitter battle for election sausage supremacy

Google and Twitter battle for election sausage supremacy

Those ravenous folks at Google and Twitter have realised what Australians want from their democracy comes lathered in sauce and wrapped in cheap white bread.

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