A certain frustration has been foaming on the surface of the nation's capital for some time, and the bubble everyone's been talking about lately has brought this pot of rage to boiling point.
In 1977 Bob Hastie returned from a two-month trip to the United States with just 10 cents in his pocket and an idea in his head — to bring backyard skating to Sydney's northern beaches. RetroFocus finds out how Bob went and if he is still living his skateboarding dream.
It's as easy as posting a couple of pictures of dogs, sunsets and breakfast plates, right? Wrong. Being an influencer is hard work — and boring, writes Stephanie Coombes.
Some Liberal MPS fear taking a proposal for a religious discrimination act to an election is a risky move by the Prime Minister, but by framing the issue around multiculturalism he is presenting a challenge to Labor, writes Patricia Karvelas.
It's already running behind schedule and the general public is still waiting for information — although the industry has been kept up to date. Now, a surprise announcement further changes the royal commission's plans, writes Anne Connolly.