Category Archives: Culture

Properties in Sydney’s elite Balmain now uninsurable under the weight of unrelenting rain.

The Suburban Spectator ( by Suburbiasuburbia )

The Spectator sent senior investigator Kevin down to talk to a number of smug baby boomer residents about foundation subsidence. Sergio Revista – a retired meatball importer, told us his $10 million riverside bungalow was in danger of lurching into the river with sodden foundations and an arcane drainage system. A negligent council was the […]

POKIES Profit Syndicate discovered

A syndicate which has mastered away to counter the ODDS offered by the Pokie machines which operate in malignant proportions across the Australian hospitality landscape – has been linked to this BUNKER in city Brisbane. Roy X representing the clandestine group, maintains the pokie-beating tactics are the direct result of hours spent on a competition […]

Bluesfest 2018 – the Artists AND the dunnies

Last Friday we went straight into the bowels of Bluesfest 2018 at Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm ready for LIFESTYLE. A ready-for-action refreshment area with all the reality of a bar had us seated ready to wind into a FULL PROGRAM. After a mixture of KRAFT BEERS i needed a long piss. After entering the toilet […]

Toowong Garden show breaks attendance records.

The TOOWONG GARDEN SHOW has pulled off another stunning victory. An assembled cadre of top judges have granted master status to a riveting entry in the Mt.Coo-tha precinct on the eve of historic attendance to the event. The ultimate prize was awarded despite a tied-up puppy in an adjacent property going spare and barking down […]

Fizza Exclusive! AFL Season Preview and Form Guide

As the 2018 AFL season kicks off, expectations are high of record profits, record attendances, record broadcast ratings, and even a new recording of the club theme songs. Latcho Drom from the Fizza Sports Desk runs his ruler over the eighteen starters. 1. Adelaide Crows It’s been a tough three years for the Crows, losing […]

Everything smells like garlic

Today citizens of Adelaide exiting a restaurant precinct were stopped from proceeding to their vehicles and modes of departure, by authorities who were responding to mountains of smoke surging upwards from the bowels of the city. Mainstream and independent media were congregating on mass as the ability to see was fast fading. The city-folk were […]

50 year search for a family finally over

This week we put a human face to THE FIZZA . . we go deep into the lugubrious of a family torn-apart. A 50 year search for a missing artifact lost in the permafrost of Australia’s Snowy Mountain project. As family’s pored out of Europe in the 50’s seeking work in a world free from […]