The embattled Home Office earned an A+ rating for the spin

Is this ANAO seal of approval good overall? Of course, especially for the secretary Michael Pezullo who has been at the helm of the super division since its inception.

Does that mean it will answer journalists’ questions when they are asked? Of course not.

At the very least, we are told, they are polite and meet deadlines when answering the questions one would have liked to ask them.

The report also recognized the Home Office’s most popular social media post of 2022. It was from the Australian Border Force about the end of the TV show Neighbors and wished Toadie all the best.

When you think about it, it makes sense that Border Force would find it desirable to have good neighbors. We’re glad the department found the time and resources to publish this post, along with all the other things they do so well.


The opening of the ex-command Heston Russells His lawyer was heard in the defamation trial against ABC in Sydney on Friday Sue ChrysanthouSC, go out of their way and accuse the national broadcaster of becoming “rogues”.

One would expect a certain rhetorical flourish from Chrysanthou, and it’s fair to say that she delivered, even with a slightly raspy voice that prompted Justice Michael Lee to ask if she needed a break. (Reader, she didn’t, although she said it was a product of “talking too much.”)

Heston Russell (left) with attorneys Sue Chrysanthou, SC, and Nicholas Olson (back).

Heston Russell (left) with attorneys Sue Chrysanthou, SC, and Nicholas Olson (back).Credit: Kate Geraghty

“Poor, unconfirmed and reckless reporting is in nobody’s interest,” said Chrysanthou in a brilliant opening speech. “And because of these uncontested notions, defending the public interest in this case is doomed to fail.”

But there were moments of lightness in the process, including Chrysanthou quipping that she was listening to a newly discovered audio recording of an interview conducted by an ABC Investigations journalist Mark Willacy “At lunch while eating my sad salad”.

In happier times, Chrysanthou and Russell shared chocolate chips from a reindeer-themed cake that the solicitor had sent to the command in February as a belated Christmas present.

“Breaking the summer shred regime with a late Christmas present from the worst boss b* lawyer in the country,” Russell posted on Instagram, with a cheerful snap of Chrysanthou and a hilarious mini-hammer.

“Be rude, get sued,” read an edible badge on the cake.

Perhaps the Commander-turned-fitness influencer could return the culinary favor and inspire Chrysanthou with a little finer fuel for the Federal Court of Justice.

The ABC will deliver its own opening on Monday.


Beyoncés Renaissance The tour may have conspicuously skirted the shores of Australia, but don’t worry, the event’s spiritual antipode, the Conservative Political Action Conference, arrives at The Star in Sydney next month with a good programme.

One of the most confident speakers in the country, of course Pauline Hanson will open the celebrations before the CPAC Presidency Warren Mundine and senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Prize preach no to the proverbial choir.

Anti-Trans Activist Sal Groverexpelled Victorian Liberal MP Moira DeemingWomen’s Forum Australia Rachel Wong and former Senator Amanda Stoker is summoned to the panel “Have the Left Lost Their Love for Women?” (That’s certainly not the case with CPAC, with women making up a whopping 36 percent of the roster. Who needs quotas?)

Alan Jones and Price were featured alongside the slightly less notorious performers in the event’s online promotion Nick CaterExecutive Director of the Menzies Research Institute and current host of battlefield on Jones’ “outrage network,” ADH TV, which also sponsors CPAC.

Cater, an avid nuclear power advocate, has just completed a harrowing investigation in which he uncovered a “graveyard” in Queensland containing dozens of discarded wind turbines.

“Renewable energy is actually not that renewable at all,” the Gonzo reporter told the Sky News presenter Andrew Bolt. “They just sit there and suck different substances into the ground.”

This column asks whether the same concern applies to uranium decay.

Facebook events are a terrible indicator of audience interest, but CPAC’s social marketing campaign convinced 14 people to click go on the online invitation. The CPAC Treasurer will be praying that at least some of these attendees will come up with the $7,000 for VIP Platinum tickets.

That staggering sum promises “a unique experience like no other in Australia”, even if you check Sky after dark to get up close.



Earlier this month, CBD reported that he was Australia’s cricket captain Pat Cummins had signed on as a global brand ambassador and shareholder of Goodness Group Global, the parent company of low-sugar soft drink maker Nexba.

Now they have added something new sunrise emigrant David Cook included in the list of prominent investors. Kochie participated in the Australian startup’s Series B fundraising targeting $7.75 million.

The fable says that Kochie met Gründer Drew Bilbe And Troy Douglas on a plane a decade ago and has been an admirer of her valiant crusade against sugar ever since.

Kochie’s kombucha cash spritz was credited as his first big step aftersunrise and he’s hired his content marketing firm, Pinstripe Media, to help boost Nexba’s signal strength.

Get ready for slow-motion footage of Cummins drinking alcohol and indulging in the group’s latest product: a keto-friendly Black Forest cake with no added sugar. CBD prefers its pastries packed, but each on their own.

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