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Mint condition sick sheep barely pass muster
Opinion
Currencies

Mint condition sick sheep barely pass muster

After almost 70 years, the Phantom Piper of Haberfield is revealed.

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The unbearable silence of an empty flight-path
Opinion
Aviation

The unbearable silence of an empty flight-path

Is this the last sighting of a paper lobster?

Don’t let the cat out of the bag
Opinion
Pets

Don’t let the cat out of the bag

He’s earned a rest.

Monkeemania in the locker room

Monkeemania in the locker room

While the Renaissance provides a steppin’ stone.

When planned obsolescence doesn’t merit a bagging
Opinion
Recycling

When planned obsolescence doesn’t merit a bagging

And the weird turn pro in the Illawarra.

That sinking feeling of going down feet first ...
Opinion
Sleep

That sinking feeling of going down feet first ...

...and landing on those feet for an audience with Davy Jones.

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Graduating dogs know the way to the bathroom
Opinion
Animals

Graduating dogs know the way to the bathroom

Breaking it, mending it ... and owning it.

A generous offer from a friend of science
Opinion
Bushfires

A generous offer from a friend of science

And a hunt for the fountain of youth.

Half-time oranges and full-time syntax
Opinion
WordPlay

Half-time oranges and full-time syntax

The wonder of the post-match postscript.

Discord on the court

Discord on the court

While homebuyers look to the bright side.

Spinning houses to receive their due
Opinion
Science

Spinning houses to receive their due

With or without a prefix, the spectacle of smoking ruins is the answer.