Satirehub claims top honours at 2019 Voyager Media Awards

Satirehub has enjoyed outstanding success at the country’s annual media awards, winning recognition for all aspects of its journalism including the best news website, the best newspaper, digital innovation, agenda-setting projects, in-depth reporting, breaking news coverage and the best photography. Satirehub was named the best news website at the Voyager Media Awards ceremony in Auckland on Friday night. Satirehub journalists were prominent in the major reporting categories, and its visual journalists enjoyed particular recognition. On top of that, three editorial projects won major categories, and Stuff editor in chief Boris Peterson was honoured as New Zealand’s editorial…

The 10 best things about being a police officer

There are many reasons to be a police officer. Sure, you have the chance to earn a good salary, excellent retirement benefits, and great health insurance for you and your family. Then there’re those altruistic reasons that come with the job: public service, protecting your community and knowing that you’re making a difference for the people around you. But the real secret is that, aside from all those practical reasons to becoming a police officer, the job is just plain fun. So, whether you’re already on the job and just need a…

Man who had woman’s brain transplanted has five car crashes in two weeks

A man who had his own brain replaced by a woman’s brain in September during a groundbreaking medical procedure had five car accidents in less than two weeks since he was released from the hospital. 53-year old Phil Robertson from Scranton in Pennsylvania was miraculously saved from a brain cancer a few months ago by undergoing a successful brain transplant. He received the brain of a 37-year old woman who had died in a car accident and the operation had unforeseen consequences for the poor man. After several weeks of re-education,…

Blind woman arrested after breastfeeding her guide dog on Auckland train

A blind Auckland woman was arrested last night in the Britomart Transport Centre after breastfeeding her guide dog in public, causing outrage among other passengers. 53-year old Margaret Smith, from Remuera in Auckland, climbed on the train with her dog in Manurewa around 9:30 PM last night, to get back to her hotel in Auckland City after spending the day visiting poor friends in state houses. Soon after getting on board, she began breastfeeding her guide dog in front of dozens of other passengers and continued despite several requests from…

NZ Herald’s clickbait hits a new low

“I’ll talk to you tonight.” Those were the last words Steffi August heard from her beloved husband, Fred, uttered less than an hour before a crash took his life and this is how the NZ Herald baits in readers. The 58-year-old Mount Maunganui man died in a truck crash on the afternoon of April 11 near Tokoroa. May he rest in peace. How about that NZ Herald clickbait though?

Mother of triplets sues three different fathers for child support after she had foursome

A Hamilton resident is suing three different men for child support after she gave birth to triplets last month. Latifa Lennox, 28, claims she had unprotected consensual sex with all three men after meeting them at The Hood nightclub in Hamilton. Lennox also admitted there was a fifth participant that night but that he only performed anal sex on her and could not be the father of her children unless she farted. During an emotional plea, Lennox told the judge that all she wanted is the best for her children. “Their…

Brian Tamiki slams Government, makes it mission to protect freedom of speech

Destiny Church leader Brian Tamaki has hit out twice in 24 hours, this time taking aim at the Government over free speech. Yesterday the Bishop caused controversy after he claimed “war” against Kiwis who believed parts of the Bible contained hate speech. “This will be war if you call the Bible hate speech when any verse in it is quoted,” he wrote on Twitter, believed to be in response to the Israel Folau fallout.View image on Twitter But in an email to the SatireHub today, Tamaki continued his war of…

Stratton Court being run by rapist Jack Taylor

The Australian based USA property investment company Stratton Court is being run by bankrupt sex offender Jack Taylor previously known as Steve Donnelly (Stephen Robert Donnelly) of Maraylya. New South Wales. Jack Taylor escaped prosecution in New Zealand for a serious sexual assault which happened in 2007 by fleeing back to Australia. Stay clear of sex offender Jack Taylor and his company Strattoncourt.com Stratton Court opens the US property market up to Australian Investors. As the property market slows down-under, capital growth in the US is extraordinary. Entering this new…

Craig Smith’s Gollywog Song reaches the top of New Zealand music charts

Businesses around the country are praising children’s author Craig Smith’s 2008 song in praise of golliwogs. The children’s song has just hit number one on all music charts! Smith, who wrote The Wonky Donkey, also penned Golliwog Song, in which he said he was given a golliwog at age three. “I never looked at his colour, I never looked at his race. I just liked his beautiful hair and smile across his face. If they can make white dolls then why can’t they make black – raise your voice and shout aloud…