The Wit-Chunt: or How Hogan Got Rid of Parliament, the enemy of the Australian People

And now there are signs on the streets of Canberra, great and marvellous, signs of ex bureaucrats pointing to a great purge; for in them is filled the wrath of the people. And there was a sea of Pavlova mingled with the finest beer: and there‚Äôs Hogan who was victorious over Parliament, and over their […]

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The Bridge to Tragedy

The Smiths had stayed in their camp beneath Cradle Mountain in Northwest Tasmania for almost six months, during which time they built their Huon pine ladder to the bridge which is to take them across the world. At last the clouds over Cradle Mountain cleared and it was the moment the Smiths began their journey. […]

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