End of the Line for Tamil Tigers

I have blogged about the Sri Lankan civil war before. There are reports that some 20,000 people have fled conflict zones in March. About 30,000 fled in February – but fighting was more widespread then. The rebel Tamil Tigers have been beaten back to a tiny area of only about 20 square kilometres. President Mahinda …

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Body Part Dropped in Neighbours Yard

But the police won’t say what body part. Apparently the killer got into a fight with an older drinking buddy and attacked him with a hatchet (small axe, tomahawk, whatever). During the attack, the older guy was killed, and a body part severed. The younger guy left his mate’s body in his (the mate’s) house, …

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Bishop Backs Rudd on Bushfire Climate Lessons

I know George Browning slightly. He is a a personable and apparently intelligent man. He has also been pushing the global warming agenda pretty relentlessly for the last ten years. Understandably, since he is convenor of the ‘Anglican Communion Environment Network.’ I assume the right (that is, the wrong) views are required, before anyone is invited to occupy this position. I …

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