Also the name of the extremely cheap and tacky so-called 'newspaper' (it refers to world events as "Boring, but important"). It's actually a lot more like a written infomercial. It's given away for free at railway stations in Melbourne. However, although it has little more than sensationalist headlines, it's fairly popular (probably) because there is very little to do on a long train ride. Similar to the AOL CDs of newspapers here in Melbourne.
Useful to grab if you don't have an umbrella with you, and you need something to cover your head to duck accross the street on a rainy day.