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Australian terms, names, words and abbreviations in Fast Forward

ACA A Current Affair wiki

Bert Newton wiki

Joan Kirner wiki

The movie show wiki

Mundania Waters wiki

Four Corners wiki

Mother and Son wiki

Jeffrey Kennett wiki


MTV Music Television wikimo

Solo soft drink wiki

Bush Tucker man wiki

CES Commonwealth Employment Service wiki

ABC Australian Broadcasting Corporation wiki

CAT Multi terrain loader construction equimpment wiki

Bob Hawke Australian Prime Minister 1983-91, Treasurer of Australia 1991 wiki

Paul Keating Treasurer of Australia 1983 – 1991, Deputy Prime Minister of Australia 1990 – 1991, Australian Prime Minister 1991-96 wiki

John Hewson Australian Leader of the Liberal Party of Australia 1990–1994 wiki

John Howard Treasurer of Australia 1977 – 1983, Prime Minister of Australia 1996 – present wiki

The National Party wiki

Question Time wiki

Mr Squiggle a marionette string puppet wiki

SBS Special Broadcasting Service wiki

Menzies Prime Minister of Australia 1939 – 1941, 1949 – 1966 wiki

Sophie Lee Australian film and television actress wiki

Chances wiki

Joh Bjelke-Petersen Premier of Queensland 1968-1987 wiki

Hunch wiki

Eastpac A parody of an Australian bank

Dumb Street wiki

Pixie-Anne Wheatley wiki

Ita Buttrose wiki

Don Lane wiki

Geoffrey Robertson wiki

Ansett Australia wiki

Dick Smith Australian entrepreneur, businessman and aviator wiki

Telecom Australian Telecommunications Corporation the telco.

John Elliott prominent Australian businessman, former president of the Liberal Party, and former president of Carlton Football Club. wiki

Myer chain of department stores wiki

Fast Forward wiki

Multi Function Polis wiki

Tucker bag a bag for carrying food ("tucker")

Irrational Mutual insurance, superannuation and investment advice

RAAF Royal Australian Air Force wiki

Romper Room an Australian educational television show for children wiki

Mr Bruce Rump ex-serviceman and former President of the Victorian Returned and Services League.

Returned and Services League a support organisation for men and women who have served or are serving in the Australian Defence Force.