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Rapper will.i.am has been met by police at Sydney Airport after clashing with a Qantas flight attendant he says was 'racist' and 'beyond rude'.
Black Eyed Peas frontman iamwill has accused a Qantas flight attendant of being 'racist' and 'beyond rude' to him during a flight from Brisbane to Sydney
iamwill She couldn’t just touch him lightly on the shoulder to get his attention?
iamwill If you weren’t there don’t make a comment. You are displaying your personal prejudices.
iamwill What did they do. ‘Call him WILLIAM’
iamwill Sad that there is more outrage about iamwill speaking out about the racism than there is about the racism itself!
iamwill Don’t fly qantas and maybe the Black Eyed Peas should change their name to Neautral Colour Eyed Peas.. oh the absurdity
Federal Liberal senator James Paterson says China's decision to deny him and an MP entry is because of their recent criticism of the country's regime.
Federal Liberal Senator James Paterson believes he and his colleague Andrew Hastie were barred from visiting China for raising the country's treatment of the Uighur minority group
Well that and the no IPA fxckwit rule.
China will only suppress those who oppose them, no matter who they are.
There isn't any choice between freedom & communism. Shame on those who bow to CCP's RMB & give up other ppl's freedom. antitotalitarianism
China rising is like the Hitler of the 21st Century. Failing to stop the Maoist has a big price for our freedom of Expression. In the next decades the Chinese Maoists will demand an extradition law to China and the mediocre politicians will support it.
China always wanna cover the truth. The Chinese government was NOT doing sth open and aboveboard.
Prince Andrew isn’t living in the real world if he thinks his excuses ‘will wash’ with the public, according to Sky News host Rita Panahi.\n\nPrince Andrew has spoken publicly for the first time about his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, suggesting he believed staying with the convicted sex offender was the 'honourable' thing to do.\n\nIn an interview with the BBC, the duke also claimed he was at a Pizza Express on a night he is accused of having sex with a 17-year-old girl, and suggested a photo of them together may have been doctored.\n\n Ms Panahi said Prince Andrew excuses are “outrageous.”
Prince Andrew isn’t living in the real world if he thinks his excuses ‘will wash’ with the public, according to RitaPanahi
RitaPanahi RitaPanahi. Let's see your hard evidence madam - you are strong on saying it but always weak on proving it
RitaPanahi This is great, but why is no one going after Bill Clinton too
RitaPanahi Just shut up
RitaPanahi You can't wash off pedophilia
RitaPanahi When beleaguered and friendless, why mince about? Best strategy is to come out fightin', perhaps with a catchy little jingle like his pal Bill ...😊
Former Labor leader Bill Shorten was met with a standing ovation after making an impassioned election pitch at a Victorian state Labor conference Saturday.\n\nMeanwhile, members of John Setka's construction union walked out when Deputy leader Richard Marles approached the stage, in protest of the controversial union boss' expulsion from the party.
Former Labor leader Bill Shorten was met with a standing ovation after making an impassioned election pitch at a Victorian state Labor conference.
MyPM election stolen by LNP use of tax payers money by TophamGuerin fake meme's against Bill and the ALP! If u are unaware of this happening, educate yourself! cambridgeanalytica
HkarterKarter should never have got rid of him as leader
Its never to early to BringBackShorten
Well you can't help some people
Sydney is selling itself short as a destination for global business, entrepreneurs and fun-hungry tourists, and lacks a narrative about itself.
Sydney is admired by the world but let down by high costs, bad nightlife and lack of narrative | michaelkoziol
michaelkoziol Inner East property owners objection to all night hours have ruined it.......too few ...have way too much power....if they dont like the visitors to their over priced ghettos. ..move out.....disgusting greedy bastards......lift the ban
michaelkoziol Take the harbour and beaches away and it’s just a disconnected city with crap transport and no soul
michaelkoziol Sydney's truly a basket case. The embodiment of Australia's crass 'where the bloody hell are you' arrogance. Give me Melbourne any day, or night.
michaelkoziol GladysB killing Sydney .... have you been to Melbourne lately those city kicks our butts big time as much as I hate to admit Melbourne is a far better city than Sydney now
michaelkoziol Pathetic funding for hospitals and schools
Fuel security concerns, shifts in car manufacturing trends and the health impacts of exhaust fumes are piquing interest in electric and hydrogen vehicles. So which technology is in the lead?
Electric or hydrogen: Who will win the clean vehicle race?
No one it’s a farce
Why not have both?
To date storage of hydrogen not resolved since Hindenburg zeppelin exploded above New York. It is highly volatile gas canot be safely stored in vehicles no one to date produced safe storage tank for vehicles, total waste of time. Focus should reliable lower cost lithium battery
When we say the word vehicles are we just restricting this to ground level transportation, or air transport too? Air transport is the true marker of reliability. Petrol may be around for a while yet....
Hydrogen needs to be made from natural gas with high manufacturing emissions - just use gas directly. Electric relies on the rare and finite material Lithium to make batteries with high manufacturing emissions to power vehicles with low range - just use petrol. A: Neither
China is demanding Liberal MPs Andrew Hastie and James Paterson 'repent and redress their mistakes' if they want to visit Beijing. \n\nThe pair were due to travel to the country as part of a study tour, however on Friday it was revealed their visas had been cancelled. \n\nBoth MPs have publicly criticised China for recent human rights abuses, as well as perceived attempts to exert influence in Australia. \n\nA Chinese embassy spokesperson issued a statement and said it will not 'welcome those who make unwarranted attacks, challenge China's sovereignty, dignity, and undermine mutual trust'.\n\nImage: News Corp Australia
China is demanding Liberal MPs Andrew Hastie and James Paterson 'repent and redress their mistakes' if they want to visit Beijing.
Why should they it’s China just trying to control people
China is demanding are they? .. thats where it starts people. Next they pointing the Gun. Australia needs to Arm up big time. Lets bankroll the biggest arms upgrade ever seen and become the Sparta of the modern world. It will creste unity, jobs, productivity etc. ausarmup
ChinaDaily ,they'll repent ,if your government Stops buying all our land As you Don't own Australia ,yet !!
Australians as well want these and all politicians to repent and redress their willingness to bludge off the tax payers for these so called 'study trips'. The age of entitlement is over it's a rort end it JoshFrydenberg ScottMorrisonMP canberratimes smh theTiser couriermail
Don’t go. It’s a trap!
Greens co-deputy leader Adam Bandt defends his colleague Jordon Steele-John for describing other senators as arsonists as bushfires rage along Australia's east coast.
'This is about protecting life': Bandt defends Greens attacks in wake of bushfires
Bandt was sure of his facts &checkmated Fran ,Marr checked ,,Fran ,Patricia, Riley ,,welldone gentlemen and thanks
How any person can believe this team of traitorous politicians is beyond belief.
ok then Bandt and your fellow useless Greens get and help at the firefront...Tony Abbott does! a real man!
Bushfires in Australia will continue to get worse as more and more people choose to live in the path of disaster, experts fear.
'In harm's way': Why do people keep buying houses in bushfire-ravaged towns?
Maybe the same reason people still buy coastal property despite sea level increases, or inner city despite higher crime figures and pollution.... Bit of a rubbish article really....
Ahh the suburbs where they cut down trees and name streets after them - David lee Roth
Australians like to continually prove how tough they are in 'conquering' the land, and never giving up in the face of adveristy. It's a hangover from colonialism. Smarter people would adapt to the conditions or move on.
Lol, what a dumb headline. Why do people continue to live in heavily polluted cities then whinge about the traffic, Get a grip and give us a real story
A junior doctor has been 'brutally assaulted' after leaving work at Sunshine Hospital and walking to his car in a nearby street.
A Melbourne doctor had just finished his shift in the paediatric emergency department when he was assaulted by four men who punched and kicked him. He was then marched at knifepoint to his car
Let me take a wild guess! 🙄 ah yes another Immigration success story...
You would think the journalist would have included the victims description of the four thugs. Every time its not mentioned do we assume they’re African gangs? Would you even bother describing them if the doc was female and got raped?
Things are not getting any better in Victoria. But hey we already know that and nothing is changing
The Law refuses to act to deter crime. These criminals are not afraid as they know they will be given chance to harm again and also police would be hesitant to stop them cause fear they get charged for murder now.
Gave no description of the offenders they must have been dark skinned or Middle Eastern
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