This is not a 'scandal'
It's a crime, and we should be discussing it as such
You get your knickers in a knot over hacked celeb photos but endorse destroying a government using hacked emails.
What do great cooks eat when they're home alone?
Well, I deserve something nice
Mr. Schmitz says that he set Chancellor Helmut Kohl's credit rating "to zero" after breaking into Germany's credit-rating database.
"Hacking was the greatest fun I ever had," he said. "Nothing is as interesting as being the spy that knows everything. I had the power to put a whole country offline
I'm very self-confident, and people who are very self-confident have a huge ego
You puffed-up little s**t
You know you're all in the dumper by connection
... glove puppets of Cameron Slater and you can all piss off
Kim is not giving interviews on WhaleDump today, he'd rather get the campaign message out there
Abolishing the Maori seats would rip the country apart and attract "hikois from hell", John Key said
biggest teacher union has overwhelmingly rejected the Government's $359 million education policy
93 per cent of teachers and principals voted "no confidence" in the policy
to start from scratch by genuinely consulting with the profession and parents about how to spend the $359 million
We don't have any bottom lines ...
but we want senior Cabinet positions
want to be in a full coalition with Labour and have senior Cabinet positions
I don't mind standing up against the Chinese bastards
If anybody thinks we should have a national security and defence policy that ignores the threat of a Chinese communist invasion, you're delusional and got rocks in your head
China is controlled by "an aggressive, anti-democratic, totalitarian government. We need to double the size and capacity of our military right now.
Outspoken Australian tycoon Clive Palmer has labelled the Chinese Government "mongrels" who "shoot their own people" in a televised tirade
The billionaire politician, who was elected to Parliament last year as leader of the Palmer United Party also called the Chinese "bastards" who "want to take over this country"
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said she would tell the Chinese Embassy that "these views are not representative of the Australian Parliament and I don't believe representative of the Australian people."
were appalled and horrified by such an ad played during a real-life account of alleged sexual assault, and said it reinforced a "rape culture" in the country
Bloody disgusting seeing a near naked woman pitching condoms in the middle of a harrowing tale ...
Shares in the cloud accounting software company were down 6.28 per cent shortly after 1.30pm and trading at $20.15 each.
This is less than half the record price of $44.98 which Xero shares hit in March.
Any party that is prepared to form a coalition with the greens is not getting my vote
Cunliffe has ruled out going into a coalition with Internet Mana