Alan Moir, The Sydney Morning Herald's political cartoonist, sketches the political unreality.
Former Olympic swimmer Scott Miller has reportedly landed in trouble for drugs again.
St Kilda forward Stephen Milne has been charged with rape over an incident that allegedly happened in 2004.
The Tax Office has declared war on the top end of town accountants and lawyers who have helped Australians avoid tax by setting up secretive offshore companies and trusts.
Richard Dukes, a tax specialist running his own law firm from his Double Bay mansion, has presumably helped many clients to set up companies domiciled in Australia.
The United Nations refugee agency has expressed alarm at a ''sharp deterioration'' in the quality of protection for asylum seekers coming by boat and a ''worrying erosion'' of public support for asylum in Australia.
Refugees could be sent back to their countries or imprisoned indefinitely under Coalition.
The Commonwealth Bank was aware of forgery allegations and the overcharging of clients by a senior financial planner at least nine months before he resigned and four years before he was banned from the industry by the corporate regulator.
Police will seek to use Slater & Gordon documents in framing charges over the AWU slush fund.
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I REFER to Mr Luke Goddard's letter to the editor in the Naracoorte Herald dated 13/6/13.