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2015 Preview: ATP No. 12, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

Over the years, this spectacularly gifted Frenchman has kept his ardent fans on tenterhooks, wondering if he will finally win the Grand Slam title that has continued to elude him since losing the 2008 Australian Open final. The sands...Show More Summary

Australian Open Goes Back to The Australian Course

3 days agoSports / Golf : On Par

American Jordan Spieth will have an opportunity to defend his Australian Open title next year on the same course he won the tournament on three weeks ago.

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art's summer exhibition celebrates the enduring link between humans and animals

6 days agoArts : Artdaily

Menagerie, which opened on December 13, is a trans-historical survey exhibition highlighting the many ways humans have, through time and art, used animals as a metaphorical means of understanding themselves. Several key contemporaryShow More Summary

Exhibition of works by Australian photographer Murray Fredericks opens at Hamiltons

last weekArts : Artdaily

Hamiltons presents 'Recent Work', an exhibition by Australian photographer, Murray Fredericks: a selection of large scale work from his Lake Eyre series and Topophilia, the Greenland Ice Sheets. Lake Eyre is a continuation of Fredericks' Salt series, as previously exhibited at Hamiltons in Salt, 2007 and Salt II, 2009. Show More Summary

Australia Appoints First Openly Gay Territory Leader Andrew Barr

last weekLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Andrew Barr has become Australia’s first openly gay government leader after he was appointed leader of the Australian Capital Territory yesterday

Emotional letter begs Australian banks to leave poor, 'humiliated' farmers alone

An Australian veterinarian has penned an open letter on Facebook about the horrific treatment of farmers in Queensland by the big banks. Comparing the banks' evictions of men from their land to "corporate terrorism," David Pascoe from Oakley recently visited farmers in the drought-striken area of Winton and was overcome by what he saw. Show More Summary

Model Considered Abortion Because of Her Career But Decided to Keep Her Baby

Australian model, Robyn Lawley, is expecting a baby and recently opened up to Cosmopolitan magazine about her unplanned pregnancy. Lawley has contracts with Ralph Lauren and Pantene and is considered a plus size model in her industry. She’s also worked with some of the world’s top photographers Rankin and Greg Kade. The Daily Mail shares […]

Inside Tesla's first Australian showroom (pictures)

last weekVehicles / Cars : Car Tech

Tesla is preparing to open its first ever Australian showroom and service centre, located in the heart of Sydney. CNET took a tour to see how the first Model S vehicles were being shown off on Australian soil.

Photos: Inside Tesla Motors' First Australian Showroom

Tesla Motors’ first Australian showroom, in Artarmon on Sydney’s north shore, is about to throw open its doors to the public. Ahead of its official opening, we got the chance to take a look inside and snap some photos. (56K and mobile warning: heaps of images inside!) More »      

How Will Hosting Office 365 In Australian Data Centres Make A Difference?

From March 2015, Microsoft will host its Office 365 and Dynamics CRM for Australian business customers in the shiny new Australian Azure data centres in Melbourne and Sydney which it officially opened in late October. How will that process happen, and what practical difference will it make to customers? More »      

Australasia's first survey exhibition of Chinese moving image artist Yang Fudong opens in Melbourne

2 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

The Australian Centre for the Moving Image opened Yang Fudong: Filmscapes, Australasia?s first survey exhibition of China?s pre-eminent moving image artist, Yang Fudong. In his last exhibition opening before retiring as ACMI Director...Show More Summary

Australians will queue up for absolutely anything, even Sephora

Australia loves a good queue When there is nothing to do, we will head out in the middle of winter to line up for three hours for a single scoop of gelato. When a fashion store opens, we need to get our grubby hands on the out-of-season stock immediately — or 24 hours after we first join the queue. Show More Summary

Different tournament, same top spot for Jordan Spieth

2 weeks agoSports / Golf : Devil Ball Golf

Jordan Spieth ended Day 1 of the Hero World Challenge on Thursday in the same place he ended his last tournament: atop the leaderboard. Four days after becoming the first American in 21 years to win the Australian Open, Spieth shot a...Show More Summary

The Babadook is here…

Australian horror movie The Babadook opens this weekend at Vancity Theatre. The post The Babadook is here… appeared first on The Snipe News.

[Review] ‘The Babadook’ Opens New Doors For Australian Horror

Every year there’s one or two films that make sitting through hours of crap all the more rewarding. This year, The Babadook definitely takes the cake. However, I want to be totally honest and say that it didn’t live up to the hype for me and that’s only because “hype” can never truly be lived […]

Spieth Aiming to Tick Final Box Off 2014 To-Do List

2 weeks agoSports / Golf : On Par

Rising American talent Jordan Spieth hopes to carry momentum from his rousing Australian Open triumph into this week's Hero World Challenge and tick the final box off his 2014 to-do list.

Showhouses: Tour 2014's Stunner of a Design Files Open House

Photo by Eve Wilson via the Design Files Dreamy Australian design blog The Design Files just unleashed a showstopper of a show house, filled with locally designed furniture and other home goods from more than 30 designers. Assembled from scratch...

New molecules to burst malaria's bubble: ANU media release

Scientists have released details of a raft of new chemicals with potent anti-malarial properties which could open the way to new drugs to fight the disease. A new paper in PNAS is the third published by the group at the Australian National...Show More Summary

Australian Shepherd Puppy Wakes Up to Sing Along to ‘Let It Go’ and Goes Back to Sleep Once the Song Ends

2 weeks agoOdd : Laughing Squid

A sleeping Australian Shepherd puppy named Oakley wakes up when he hears the opening notes to the popular song “Let It Go” from the equally popular Disney movie Frozen, sings along with Idina Menzel as best he can and then goes right back to sleep as soon as the song ends. via reddit

Rupert Murdoch Sparks Controversy Over All-White Casting for Moses Movie 'Exodus;' Says All Egyptians He Knows Are White

Two weeks ahead of the opening of the anticipated Moses movie, "Exodus: Gods and Kings," Australian media mogul Rupert Murdoch defended the all-white casting for lead roles in the movie charging that all Egyptians he knows are white, after critics pointed out the lack of ethnic actors in the roles.

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