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Updated: January 22nd, 2022 01:42 PM IST

For documentation of criminal incompetence and crony capitalism worsening the pandemic this week’s @SatPaper Saturday Paper is essential reading. We are experiencing a betrayal of the nation by its own government.

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it seems @guardian has a new game in which you guess every week whether the wordwheel will be included in the Saturday paper or not

You Big Ugly | The Saturday Paper Editorial “Last weekend, Scott Morrison gave one of his pre-election interviews to Nine newspapers. He spent some time with the journalist. He aped for photographs with his dog. He talked about God but not too much”

@jmil400 @SatPaper The standard of editorials in The Saturday Paper is very very high. Always thought-provoking analysis.

This is really good. “When he talks about the future he promises the past. Calamities don’t worry him because he is always walking backwards from them.” You big ugly | The Saturday Paper

Just read @clairegcoleman article in the the Saturday Paper, and my answer is FUCK YEAH!

“Calamities don’t worry him because he is always walking backwards from them.” (Guess who.) The Saturday Paper editorial. 👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼

For documentation of criminal incompetence and crony capitalism worsening the pandemic this week’s @SatPaper Saturday Paper is essential reading. We are experiencing a betrayal of the nation by its own government.

@Fiona_M_Russell Such a contrast between this and the article in the Saturday paper. I’m going with this BBC piece. (And don’t get caught up in the definition of “endemic”.)

Pleasant Saturday night watching the three parter-Anasazi, The Blessing Way, and Paper Clip. So much in these three episodes and its very much like a movie watching them back to back. #XFiles #SaturdayNights

@normanswan @Globalbiosec Yes it is an excellent article. I think I need to subscribe to The Saturday paper as it is not tainted by the corporate king makers.

$NVAX Novavax Multivalent Why Covid-19 will never become endemic | The Saturday Paper

Forever Covid. Why Covid-19 will never become endemic | The Saturday Paper

@ThatEricAlper A paperboy with a huge bag full of folded newspapers walking door to door. The paper was left at the front door or a specified spot for the customer. Then on Saturday the paperboy went door to door to collect the amount due from customers.

Why Covid-19 will never become endemic | The Saturday Paper - one of few authentic experts who from the beginning has warned of air-borne transmission. How many lives could have been saved- excruciating harmful illness prevented if she had been heeded?🤢☠️

The broken private health insurance system | The Saturday Paper. July 2019. Undoubtedly, the efforts of the coalition govt to breathe life into a moribund PH system have had a negative impact on the efficiency and equity of the universal health system.

We’re at the letting-the-toddler-play-with-toilet-paper point of a Saturday at home when it’s 0 degrees outside

The prime minister says: Let them eat Covid | The Saturday Paper

📰 | PAPER TALK Here is the latest West Ham related News & Gossip doing the rounds in the press & online 🗣 Moyes, Carvalho & Lingard

📰 | PAPER TALK Here is the latest West Ham related News & Gossip doing the rounds in the press & online 🗣 Moyes, Carvalho & Lingard

How a grassroots movement could determine fate of 8 seats this election ⁦@VoicesForAU⁩ @auspol. ⁩ ‘Inside the independent campaigns that may decide the election | The Saturday Paper

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Incisive, hilarious and devastating for ⁦@JoshFrydenberg⁩. ⁦@c_s_wallace⁩ holds his feet to the bin fire in Kooyong with absolute class. The prime minister says: Let them eat Covid | The Saturday Paper

@owgreally @bubblytest Saturday Paper, among others, have a completely different take on the PMs stewardship! Even Michelle Grattan has had enough of them! When Michelle Grattan has had enough of you, youre

@RonniSalt @roobiefox A great article in The Saturday paper on scomo, his fvk ups and levels of denial

Why do people bother with 9 and Murdoch press. Better to read The Saturday Paper, and online The Guardian, Pearls and Irritations, Crikey, Michael West etc.

“If you are poor, you are more likely to die or suffer severely. “We are in a deep crisis,” Cassandra Goldie, chief executive of the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS), tells The Saturday Paper. “Those with the least suffer the most.””

This is one of the most important articles on the pandemic & Omicron that you can read today. A subscription to the Saturday Paper is worth it for this article alone. @k_eagar @anmf_federal

Inside the independent campaigns that may decide the election | The Saturday Paper #GoldsteinVotes

New: Starting in March, the Austin American-Statesman will no longer publish a print edition of the Saturday paper. @Gannett is scaling back print production at 136 of its properties across the country in a similar fashion.

ICYMI in Saturday’s Daily Express - the Express website often doesn’t run stories from the paper - my big takeaway from talking to those who know the Duchess of Cambridge well is that her priority for the next 10 to 15 years will remain her children.

How the climate crisis and masculinity intersect | The Saturday Paper

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