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Brexit summer blues, trade troubles – MM #182

Who said August was boring? We start with an update on Brexit where a deal doesn’t seem so likely and continue with escalating trade wars and what it means for financial markets. You are welcome to li... read more

'Sometimes I wonder what it would have been like if we'd just adopted a dog': Hilarious Tumblr account lays bare the frustrations of having children

They're not.' In another funny post, one mother admits lying to get herself out of trouble after a moment of weakness, saying: 'I ate the cookie dough meant for my son’s class party. And then I blamed ... read more

Charged With a Crime? Better Check Your Facebook Pictures

Earlier this year, the realms of law and new media collided when Lori Drew was hit with federal charges for creating a fake MySpace page and harassing a neighboring teenager, who then committed suicid... read more

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Flying your party right into the ground at full speed

Listen, as anyone who reads my column knows, I am no fan of Barack Obama’s policies. But if Colorado Republicans hope to make a substantive and persuasive argument regarding policy — and, more importa... read more

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Kelowna Fire Platoon... Ontario's new premier has taken a step in his plan to dismantle the province's cap-and-trade system, a move some observers say leaves businesses... The provincial government ha... read more

MH17: Australia's shallow foreign policy revealed

Matthew Dal Santo is a freelance writer and foreign affairs correspondent. He previously worked for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. View his full profile here. read more

'We prayed a lot': Two nuns taken to hospital after getting stuck in a lift in Rome for three nights after it broke down just before the building closed for the weekend

The nuns had cried out for help when they realised they were in trouble, Il Messaggero reported, but everyone had left the Marist Sister's convent on Via Aurelia for the weekend. It was only when the ... read more

Manus Island riot: a plague on both your houses

Labor will attack Scott Morrison over the Manus Island riot, but both sides of the political divide are guilty of inhumane policies spanning more than two decades, writes Paula Matthewson. Voters payi... read more



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