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After the sixth rate hike in as many meetings, the low-key banker said, “We have to stop such meetings.

“We congratulate all Australians who have followed our advice and saved money during COVID. Now please blow it on your mortgage.’

Reserve Bank Governor Philip Lowe’s salary is $911,728. But don’t worry. He will be fine.

Some blame it on Australia’s unpredictable job market. The solution? Fewer unpredictable vacancies.

You, Musk, are kidding me

The famous squillionaire Elon Musk called on Ukraine to give up the land claimed by Russia.

This capitulation will be a peaceful way without negotiations, but for many Ukrainians it will be an eternal peace.

Such comments are usually reserved for performances by Logie winners and that guy chasing squirrels in the park.

Putin was delighted by Musk’s support and offered Musk “a lot of monkeys for his rocket ships.”

Musk said surrender would avoid a prolonged war. Putin did not promise lasting peace.

Man who lost AFL job over church’s anti-LGBT+ beliefs screams bigotry

Andrew Thorburn is the head of a church that considers gay sex to be a “sin”.

Amazingly, he tried to be the CEO of an organization that worships sleeveless men t-shirts and tight shorts that grab each other and engage in “neighborhood.”

If Thorburn had been an ordinary member of the City on the Hill church, he would still be Essendon’s chief executive. Photo: AAP/TND

A straight man from Melbourne (who is as straight as can be) said: “I’m not that…sex attracts, but when they call it ‘sinful’ it sounds irresistible!”

Strangely enough, God Almighty doesn’t seem to consider the team’s inclusivity policy his the decision of whether he wins matches or not.

Krypto Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has agreed to pay a fine after being accused of misrepresentation Instagram post promoting cryptocurrency.

Kim puts the oversight down to a serious case of the flu.

Housing prices are falling catastrophically to the affordable

Now people can afford a house, but not food, furniture, water and electricity.

Wealthy people sell out. They cannot bear the embarrassment of a cheap life residence

A monarch sees, a monarchy is made

Britain’s new monarch, Charles III, has been waiting longer than a Qantas customer.

But he won’t be giving a speech at the COP26 climate conference – because it’s the end the world as we know it is “too political.”

A king cannot be too political. Photo: AAP

Prince Charles defended his actions, saying: “When it comes to climate, ‘mum has a say’ and mum never said a word.”

The head that wears the mother’s hat lies heavy.

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CASINO IS MYSTIFIED, HAS BEEN ADMINISTERED TO HOLD A LICENSE

VEGETARIAN POET IS DECLARED THE SALAD MAN

NBN DROOPS FIBER TO NODE, RUNS LINE TO MILO TIN

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