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Sydney Thunder make formal protest against Gabba blackout

Lee Germon, Cricket New South Wales' chief-executive elect, held the view that Sydney Thunder should get the points, and he has sent a formal appeal in writing to Cricket Australia
Tags: Sport, Cricket, New South Wales, Sydney, Lee Germon Cricket


Wanderers 1-2 Adelaide: Western Sydney lose fifth straight match

Western Sydney Wanderers fell to another defeat as Craig Goodwin sealed the points for Adelaide.
Tags: Media, Football, Sport, Xbox 360, Sydney, Adelaide, Latest, Western Sydney Wanderers, Australian A-League, Adelaide United, Craig Goodwin


Sydney axe attacks: Woman jailed for wounding 7-Eleven customers

Evie Amati randomly struck customers in a Sydney convenience store, leaving two badly injured.
Tags: News, Sydney, Evie Amati


Mom wins largest individual Powerball in Australian lottery history

A mom from Sydney won Australia's biggest individual prize in history on Thursday, cashing out with more than $107 million.
Tags: Australia, Cnn, Sydney


Australia heatwave: overnight minimum of 35.9C in Noona sets new record

On fifth day of record-breaking extreme weather, temperatures in parts of Victoria, ACT and NSW forecast to soar above 40C, including in Sydney’s westExtreme temperatures are persisting – and even peaking – in Victoria and New South Wales on the fifth day of Australia’s extraordinary, record-breaking heatwave with Noona in western NSW recording a minimum temperature of 35.9C, a new Australian heat record.On Friday, parts of NSW and the ACT were again forecast to soar above 40C – for the fifth da...
Tags: Climate Change, Australia, Australia news, New South Wales, Sydney, Victoria, South Australia, Australia Weather, Australian Capital Territory (ACT, Noona


Australia heatwave: Sydney's west to hit 45C after week of extreme weather

On the fifth day of a record-breaking heatwave, temperatures in parts of NSW and ACT are forecast to soar above 40CExtreme temperatures are persisting – and even peaking – in Victoria and New South Wales on the fifth day of Australia’s extraordinary, record-breaking heatwave with Noona in western NSW recording a minimum temperature of 35.9C, a new heat record.On Friday, parts of NSW and the ACT were again forecast to soar above 40C – for the fifth day in a row. Continue reading...
Tags: Climate Change, Australia, Australia news, New South Wales, Sydney, Victoria, South Australia, Australia Weather, Australian Capital Territory (ACT, Noona


Boring Company Offers to Dig 30 Mile Tunnel Through Mountains in Australia

Elon Musk offered New South Wales parliament member Jeremy Buckingham a tunnel underneath the Blue Mountains to link Sydney to the West. Previously Elon Musk used twitter to offer Australia battery... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Elon Musk, Australia, Innovation, New South Wales, Sydney, Blue Mountains, Jeremy Buckingham


Australia has long had a gay beach subculture but they haven't always been safe spaces

How gay-friendly is Australia’s beach culture?Cast your vote in Australia’s best beach poll“Surfers go to south Bondi, backpackers, families and people from western Sydney go in the middle, then gays go to north Bondi.”The advice Dan Murphy was given upon arriving in Sydney from Queensland’s Sunshine Coast in 2003 is an unspoken rule. For Australia’s famous but relatively small beach, each social group is remarkably compartmentalised. It was to become prophetic: Murphy is now one of 1,094 Lifesa...
Tags: Australia, Environment, World news, Australia news, Queensland, LGBT rights, Sydney, Bondi, Sunshine Coast, Murphy, North Bondi, Dan Murphy


Virgin Hotels Ramps Up Customer Experience Marketing and Personalization Through Partnership with Local Measure

New York and Sydney - 17 January, 2019 - Virgin Hotels, one of the most loved consumer brands, has implemented new Wi-Fi infrastructure at its first hotel in Chicago in partnership with Local Measure, the leading customer experience platform for the hotel industry.
Tags: Travel, New York, Chicago, Sydney


Active Boomers Guide to Sydney

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Tags: Travel, Australia, Sydney, Oceania


Purcell eases into last 32 at Australian Amateur

Conor Purcell (Ireland) pitching to the 2nd green during the first round of the 2018 World Amateur Team Championship ( Eisenhower Trophy) at Carton House (05/09/2018). Picture by Pat Cashman Portmarnock's Conor Purcell eased his way into the last 32 of the Australian Amateur Championship as top seed David Micheluzz bit the dust at Woodlands in Melbourne.The world No 104 beat Wes...
Tags: Japan, Sport, Ireland, Golf, Sydney, Melbourne, Harrison, Purcell, Amateur golf, Carton House, Royal Melbourne, Conor Purcell, Pat Cashman Portmarnock, Keita Nakajima, Micheluzzi, David Micheluzz


Most Photogenic Spots to Find in Sydney

Sydney is famous for its harbors and ports because there are quite in numbers. As an addition to that, there are also some beaches that you can find in Sydney. That is one reason why you might be able to find a lot of people in Sydney with the similar photo background of water, harbors, and beaches. If you are also thinking about finding the best spots to take a picture, there are some nice photogenic spots that you might want to try in Sydney. Here are some of them. The first one is on the bri...
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Art Gallery, Botanical Garden, Botanical Garden Botanical Garden


Oil prices dip on signs of economic slowdown, but OPEC-led cuts provide support

SYDNEY/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices dipped on Wednesday on increasing signs of a global economic slowdown, although OPEC-led supply cuts helped support Brent crude above $60 per barrel.
Tags: Science, Opec, Sydney, SINGAPORE Reuters Oil


Bluesfest Adds Four More Artists to the 30th Anniversary Celebration

With just over 90 days to go until the gates of Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm swing open for Bluesfest 2019, we are proud to announce the following artists will be joining the 30th Anniversary Celebration: TASH SULTANA SIX60 OCEAN ALLEY AMARU TRIBE With more artists yet to be announced… With tickets selling faster than any other Bluesfest in history, we are heading for a spectacular celebration and sell-out festival this April. Festival Director Peter Noble is getting excited about the 30th Anniversary...
Tags: Travel, London, Featured, News, Australia, California, US, Norah Jones, Kurt Vile, Culture, David Bowie, Sydney, New Zealand, Argentina, Bob Marley, Jack White


Small But Mighty: Room Ten, Potts Point

Cafes come and go in Sydney but there's one cafe where the queues are a given. Down Llankelly Place lies Room Ten which is a cafe with a bit of a cult following. People line up to squeeze around a tiny table. And why? Because the food is so tasty you'll forgive the table balancing act.
Tags: Travel, Sydney


MightyHive recruits Jamal as learning and development VP

San Francisco-based MightyHive, a media consultancy, has named Rashaad Jamal as vice president of learning and development. Prior to joining MightyHive, Jamal worked at McKinsey & Company where he was an engagement manager. In 2018, MightyHive merged with Martin Sorrell‘s S4 Capital. PRESS RELEASE SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Leading media consultancy MightyHive today announced the appointment of Rashaad Jamal as Vice President of Learning and Development, to oversee the company’s...
Tags: San Francisco, Trends, People, Sydney, Sir Martin Sorrell, Martin Sorrell, McKinsey Company, Jamal, United States Marine Corps, Pete Kim, MightyHive, New York London Toronto Singapore Stockholm, Rashaad Jamal, MightyHive Jamal, Rashaad, MightySchool


'Climate change for drugs': experts decry evidence-free policy as deaths mount

Those calling for pill-testing and other harm minimisation say young people are dying while the debate becomes more polarisedIn 2001 the emergency doctor David Caldicott tried and failed to save the life of a man who had taken an ecstasy pill containing the so-called “Dr Death” adulterant, para-Methoxyamphetamine.Known as PMA, the substance surfaces only intermittently in Australia. In 2007, for example, 20-year-old Annabel Catt died after taking two MDMA caps at the Good Vibrations festival in ...
Tags: Health, Australia, Australia news, Culture, Festivals, New South Wales, Sydney, New South Wales politics, Illegal Drugs, David Caldicott, Law (Australia, Annabel Catt


The Bachelor Season 23, Episode 2 Recap: Billy On The Street, Colton In The Sheets

The Bachelor is constipated. Forgive it! Perhaps the show just had too much protein this season. Not enough fiber! Not enough water! The result is fairly tepid — or just awkward — television. Colton is trying his hardest to be the debonair gentleman, but things are just moving a little slow! To move things along, The Bachelor introduces a few experts in the field of moving things along. Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman, self-declared fans of the franchise, join the fun, livening up the show wit...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Abc, Sydney, Tracy, Nick Offerman, Billy Eichner, Chris Harrison, Maya Rudolph, Colton, Heather, Syndey, Socrates, Mullally, Megan Mullally, HANNAH


Why Australia's beaches are the spiritual centre of a secular nation | Brigid Delaney

Many of us have firsthand experience of the ocean’s lethal power, yet we cannot stay away• Vote for Australia’s best beaches• Open thread: tell us about your favourite beachThere is no place in Australia as egalitarian or as democratic as the beach. The beach doesn’t care who you are or what you wear. It doesn’t discriminate on the basis of race or religion. It says come as you are, and all over Australia we heed that call.The day after Boxing Day, at Sydney’s Bronte beach, so many different tri...
Tags: Australia, Environment, Life and style, Australia news, Oceans, Southern Cross, Sydney, Brigid Delaney, Bronte


Tindall onboard as digital human startup FaceMe finalises $10m raise

AI-startup FaceMe has wrapped up its US$10 million ($15m) raise and confirmed its post-money valuation of $US50m ($74m).As first reported by the Herald on November 28, the round was led by Sydney-based Alium Capital, with noteworthy... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, US, Sydney, Herald, Tindall, Alium Capital


STR: Preliminary December data for Sydney hotels

STR's preliminary December 2018 data for hotels in Sydney, Australia, indicates performance declines. Based on daily data from December, Sydney reported the following in year-over-year comparisons:
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Sydney Australia


The Myth of Capitalism: Monopolies and the Death of Competition. Jonathan Tepper and Denise Hearn. A review...

The Myth of Capitalism is a polemic about the reduction in competition in many industries in the US. And it starts in an entirely appropriate place. Dr Dao - a doctor with patients to serve the next day - was "selected" by United Airlines to be removed from an overbooked plane. As he had patients to tend the next day he did not think he should leave the plane. So the airline sent thugs to bash him up and forcibly removed him. The video (truly sickening) went viral. But the airline did ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Business, Microsoft, Australia, China, US, America, Walmart, Idaho, New York Times, Sydney, Peter Thiel, Silicon Valley, Costco


Wellington Phoenix release Australia international Mitch Nichols

Sydney kept within touching distance with the teams at the top of the A-League as they held off Adelaide United. Perth Glory completed a stunning comeback from two goals down as a 86th minute penalty was enough to take all three points. James Troisi struck in the final 10 minutes to keep up the Victory's chase of A-League leaders Perth Glory. Melbourne City won their third consecutive game thanks to Ritchie De Laet's winner. A pigeon was caught in th...
Tags: Australia, Football, Sport, Story, Sydney, Australian A-League, Melbourne City, Wellington Phoenix, Wellington Phoenix Fc, Phoenix, Nichols, James Troisi, Mitch Nichols, Ritchie De Laet, Adelaide United Perth Glory, Perth Glory Melbourne City


Max Meyer: family of Sydney student killed in Austrian avalanche speak of tragedy

International Grammar school student’s parents say son’s death has been ‘profoundly difficult’The family of Australian teenager Max Meyer, who was killed in an avalanche in Austria, has spoken about the “profoundly difficult” time after losing their son.The teenager and his parents issued a call for help after getting stuck in deep snow in a narrow valley between two main runs at St Anton resort in Tyrol last Wednesday. They were advised by the ski patrol to stay where they were. Continue readin...
Tags: Europe, Australia news, Austria, Sydney, St Anton, Tyrol, Max Meyer


Slam Poetry: ‘Limelight’ by Solli Raphael

Solli Raphael is a phenomenal Australian slam-poet. I was fortunate to meet him at a Penguin Random House roadshow. He is a personable, thoughtful young man with an enormous talent. He is only thirteen. Solli is the youngest Australian to win the all-age poetry competition, the National Australian Slam Poetry Finals, held at the Sydney … Continue reading Slam Poetry: ‘Limelight’ by Solli Raphael The post Slam Poetry: ‘Limelight’ by Solli Raphael appeared first on The Boomerang Books Blog.
Tags: Books, Poetry, Sydney, Penguin Random House, Limelight, Book Reviews - Childrens and Young Adult, Joy Lawn, ByAustralianBuyAustralian, Penguin Random House Australia, Book Reviews - Poetry, Slam Poetry, Solli, Solli Raphael


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Subterranean Speakeasy: New York's Employees Only Lands In Sydney

Employees Only is the Sydney outpost of the New York bar. It's a buzzy, subterranean bar complete with a psychic tarot card reader, bar seats, tables and booths. The vibe is buzzy, dark and fun.
Tags: Travel, New York, Sydney


Strikers fall in a heap after Watson's thunderous fifty

It turned into a one-side encounter at Spotless Stadium with Sydney Thunder's attack sharing the success
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Sydney, Watson, Spotless Stadium


Fomo festival death: teenager's family beg Berejiklian to introduce pill-testing

Central coast teenager Alex Ross-King was rushed to Westmead hospital, where she subsequently diedRelatives of a New South Wales teenager who died of a suspected overdose after taking drugs at a music festival have pleaded with the premier to introduce pill-testing to save lives. Central coast teenager Alex Ross-King, 19, on Saturday evening was rushed from the Fomo festival at Parramatta park to Westmead hospital, where she subsequently died. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia news, New South Wales, Sydney, Parramatta, Westmead, Westmead Hospital, Alex Ross King