Ten Presenter Bill Woods zooms in on Sydney's big issues.
. He looked like a gnarly ironbark stump that had been fired from a cannon; a collarless mongrel squeezing between our legs with his slobbering tongue almost dragging on the ground.
How do you explain this generation’s obsession with vampires and zombies?
Don’t be lulled into thinking that free news from people who are not journalists is part of a new age of enlightenment. The truth is never that easy to find.
I haven't read the Gonski Report but I suspect Jim Hannan's name isn't in it, which is a pity.
Next weekend in Australia’s two largest cities our two largest stadiums will be packed with about 180,000 people sharing a unique occasion.
In our house a proclamation has been made condemning the program Air Crash Investigations.
Military establishments shaped for all-out war have to somehow learn to police, govern, administer and embrace civilians whose culture is radically different.
It appears that a growing number of otherwise rational citizens are becoming irrational.
I never get invitations to fashion shows. I wouldn’t go if they handcuffed me and threw me in a paddy wagon.
If the ALP were a Hollywood producer, how would it avoid electoral disaster? Would there be a re-make, or a sequel?
I remember when comedians were strange, kind of sad people who were never funny when you actually met them.
Really. Shells are raining on Homs while the self-righteous get clucky on Twitter about the Jets.
It was like a last throw of the dice on the ABC’s Q and A program.
It’s a stereotype that’s been hammered in popular culture for more than 50 years, usually in comedies.
We may well make sheep jokes about New Zealanders but events of the past week make sheep of us all.
We’re embarking on another footy season in Australia, one of my favourite times of the year.
This tiny yellow thing first buzzed into my rear view mirror after I heard other drivers sounding their horns.
The Australia Day protest by some aborigines and their supporters in Canberra has been reduced very quickly to an issue of “who said what to whom”.
Troll the media this week and you’ll see it laid before you like an abandoned autopsy.
It hasn’t been an encouraging month for the Politicians’ Preservation Society.
There’s about as much chance of me watching a romantic comedy as there is of Tony Abbott agreeing with Julia Gillard.
Come on, admit it. At some time in your life you’ve said something to someone that you’ve later regretted because you really didn’t mean it.
Since the day Archer allegedly walked all the way from Nowra to the winning post at Flemington, our Cup has produced extraordinary stories of Australian culture: equine and otherwise.
Glut of charity days puts the squeeze on generosity, writes Ten newsreader Bill Woods.
The carpet cleaning company advertised a fixed rate for a 12 square metre room, which is standard size for thousands of suburban homes.
Trade Unions are mentioned in the same way as vinyl records, large cars and Ricky Martin.