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She was brutally evicted from the Big Brother house last night, but fan favourite Angela Clancy is today having the last laugh. Dubbed 'queen of the house' by fans, the 38 year old has secured a lucrative sponsorship deal with...
A fired up Prime Minster has once again lashed out at supermarket shoppers hoarding toilet paper, as fears rise of a second Coronavirus outbreak. "Seriously, we've been though this once already," says Scott Morrison. "There are no toilet paper supply...
Mental health groups are calling for an urgent renaming of the popular children's breakfast cereal 'Froot Loops.' "All too often, the term 'fruit loop' is used to describe someone with a mental illness," says one activist. "The cereal is spelt...
An elderly self-serving commentator still desperate for attention has signed an exclusive deal with subscription TV channel Sky News to host a weeknight primetime program. Alan Jones will front his show - called 'Alan Jones' - at 8pm four nights...
A new report shows Indigenous Australians are completely ambivalent about the brand names of grocery items. "I literally couldn't give a fuck," says indigenous man Lyle Marlee. "I'm more worried about indigenous death in custody, land rights, and indigenous poverty." The...
The New Zealand Prime Minister has announced the country's national Rugby Union team will change its name in a push for racial equality. "From today New Zealand's Rugby team will be officially known as the 'Some Blacks," says Jacinda Ardern....
Supermarket giant Woolworths announced that charcoal, mud and clay masks are no longer available within its stores. "We believe some customers may be using the masks in an attempt to depict a person of colour," says a statement from Woolworths....
Streaming platform Netflix has today announced the removal of all content featuring American rapper Eminem. "Eminem is clearly a white person trying to act black," says Netflix CEO Howard Riner. "We believe this amounts to perpetuating racial stereotypes and racism." Eminem...
There's increasing concern among doctors that a sharp rise in police brutality could overwhelm Australia's medical system. "Demand for Australia's existing 2,200 intensive care unit beds could be exceeded within a few weeks," warns Dr Harry Moncur at St Vincent's...
The Prime Minister has announced sweeping new police powers designed to reduce police brutality. "From next week, all Australian police officers will be able to arrest other officers," says Scott Morrison. "This is an important new measure designed to contain overly...

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