- Manildra tops list of Coalition benefactors - www.smh.com.au:
Most big corporate donors gave to both sides of politics, but were more generous to the Coalition./ They're in the money - smh.com.au. A list of the top donors to Labour and the Coalition. Note companies like ANZ who are in the top donors for both sides. Of course, if you remember that more than two parties exist (Coalition only counts as one, frankly); you might be interested in the AEC - Funding and Disclosure Annual Returns Locator Service.
- Cigarette makers forced to put smoking disease images on packets - www.smh.com.au / Shock smoke warnings draw mixed reaction. 03/02/2004. ABC News Online
- NEWS.com.au | Gen X out in the cold (February 3, 2004):
The Housing Industry Association yesterday said a generation of Australians aged under 40 were unable to enter the housing market and their long-term retirement could be at risk.The biggest problem is trying to save a deposit when rent and the cost of living are very high. The rent on a decent apartment would cover a pretty tidy loan. Well obviously, since the rent is covering the owner's costs.
- NEWS.com.au | Storm fallout hangs over city (February 3, 2004)
- America prepares for Moore - www.smh.com.au
- Janet Jackson Superbowl flash sparks outrage. 03/02/2004. ABC News Online / NEWS.com.au | Entertainment | Probe on Super Bowl boob (February 03, 2004):
Timberlake reached across Jackson's leather gladiator outfit and pulled off the covering to her right breast, which was partially obscured by a sun-shaped, metal nipple decoration.....which should answer the question about whether this was intentional or not. She just happened to have a nipple decoration on under the outfit? But chance, under the panel which happened to be weak and happened to be yanked on? Yeah, sure. It was a publicity stunt, people. MTV and Superbowl both know their ratings will go up.
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