Comic gem a joint venture (The West Australian)

Comic gem a joint venture (The West Australian)

Vanessa Williams –The West Australianon October 28, 2016, 1:57 pm Dan Wyllie and David Field in No Activity On paper, a TV series revolving around inane conversations between two detectives on a tedious police stake-out doesn’t sound like riveting viewing. But Patrick Brammall and Trent O’Donnell are clearly on to a winner with their improved comedy series No Activity which, after debuting on streaming service Stan last October, became one of the most addictive, binge-worthy Aussie shows of 2015. Produced by Jungleboys for Stan, not only did the series become…

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Bus driver's friends and family left with questions after attack

Bus driver's friends and family left with questions after attack

Updated October 29, 2016 08:13:27 In India, friends and family of a Brisbane bus driver burnt to death have urged calm amid questions over whether the attack was racially motivated. Key points: Family says “there are a lot of questions” but told no evidence attack was racially motivated Mr Alisher remembered as a generous, community-oriented man Family urges calm in Australian Punjabi community Twenty-nine-year-old Manmeet Alisher was killed when a man set him alight in front of passengers in suburban Brisbane on Friday morning. In Punjab, Mr Alisher’s brother Amit…

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'They celebrated while we wept': Family slams marketing giant's handling of son's death

'They celebrated while we wept': Family slams marketing giant's handling of son's death

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Lithuania issues manual on what to do if Russia invades

Lithuania issues manual on what to do if Russia invades

That was the message Lithuania sent to Russia Friday as it published a manual for its three million citizens on how to defend their homeland in the event of invasion. Since Russia annexed Crimea two years ago, Lithuanians have been on edge. Conscription has been restarted and defense spending ramped up, not to mention their now-answered calls for NATO to deploy more troops to the Baltics. But even this is not enough to assuage anxiety — the Lithuanian government has Friday issued a 75-page guide on what to do if…

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