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PGA golfer sank a tee shot on a Par 4 but was only given a birdie

Australian golfer Aaron Baddeley sank his tee shot on the par-4 17th hole during the first round of the Valero Texas Open. But unfortunately for Baddeley he was only awarded a birdie instead of the ever-rare double eagle. The reasonShow More Summary

Why Tatiana Calderon Will Emulate Lella Lombardi and Score Points in F1

It was what we all had long suspected but never had confirmed until the Australian Grand Prix weekend. When Valtteri Bottas, Williams' lead driver, was ruled out of the opening race of the 2015 Formula One season with a back injury,Show More Summary

Can We Read Anything Into This Announcement? Might Be A Straw In The Wind.

This appeared a late last week.Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) Support Group Meeting Created on Wednesday, 18 March 2015The AMT Support Group structure is changing to an open forum, an opportunity exists for interested individuals...Show More Summary

Analysing Form of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, More Before Miami Masters 2015

With the Miami Masters once again upon us, it's time to look at how the likes of Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal have fared since the Australian Open and what we can expect from them in Florida. We'll also look at who might challenge the world No. Show More Summary

Can the UN ensure open access to plant genomes?

A plant scientist from The Australian National University (ANU) has called for the United Nations to guarantee free and open access to plant DNA sequences to enable scientists to continue work to sustainably intensify world food production. Dr...Show More Summary

Australian Cafe Opens Its Doors Again After Siege

A cafe has reopened in the Australian city of Sydney, more than three months after a siege in which two people were killed and four more injured.

Cisco splashes $US15m on Australian IoT centre

Networking firm to open Internet of Everything Innovation Centre in Sydney and Perth.

Roger Federer's Indian Wells Form Heightens Grand Slam Scrutiny on Swiss Star

Roger Federer avenged his defeat to Andreas Seppi at the Australian Open with a comfortable 6-3, 6-4 win at the BNP Paribas Open on Tuesday, but his struggles in Grand Slam competitions remain a problem for the Swiss star. Federer needed just 82 minutes to beat the world No. Show More Summary

Noma and Fäviken Alum to Open New Fine Dining Restaurant in Sydney

Chef Sam Miller's Silvereye should land in the Australian city later this year. Chef Sam Miller — a Brit who served as chef René Redzepi's right hand man for many years — has moved to Sydney, Australia to open his first restaurant. It...Show More Summary

Lewis Hamilton Hits out at Red Bull Call for F1 Rule Change to Rein in Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton has criticised Red Bull's claims that Mercedes should have the ability of its car capped after waltzing to a simple one-two at the 2015 Australian Grand Prix. Hamilton took the season's opening race, finishing 1.360 seconds ahead of team-mate Nico Rosberg and 34.523 seconds in front of Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari in third. Show More Summary

One-Two Finish For Mercedes AMG At 2015 Australian Grand Prix

It was like 2014’s spectacular season for Mercedes AMG never ended, with the team finishing up yesterday’s 2015 Formula One World Championship season opener, the Australian Grand Prix at Melbourne’s Albert Park, with a decisive one-two finish. It was reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton who crossed the line first, followed by...

2015 Australian F1 GP: Hamilton Takes Commanding Win To Start Title Defence

Lewis Hamilton took a strong win in the opening round of the 2015 Formula 1 championship yesterday, with Nico Rosberg not far behind. The weekend at Albert Park in Melbourne was filled with mechanical dramas for Red Bull, McLaren and, curiously, Valtteri Bottas' back. Show More Summary

Scoreboard: Treading carefully

The Australian sharemarket is tipped to fall on opening, with investors cautious ahead of a meeting of the US’s Federal Reserve and lower oil prices weighing on the energy sector.

Mercedes AMG Lock Out Front Row After 2015 Australian Grand Prix Qualifying

It looks like the winter break has had no effect on the Mercedes AMG Formula One team, with star driver Lewis Hamilton starting his title defense by securing pole position for this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix season opener. The Briton’s fastest time was a 1:26.327 set in Q3. Starting by his side will be his Mercedes teammate Nico...

Queensland Art Gallery opens Australia's first David Lynch exhibition

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In an Australian first, an exhibition of the art and cinema of David Lynch will be presented at Brisbane's Gallery of Modern Art from 14 March until 7 June 2015. 'David Lynch: Between Two Worlds' is an exclusive to Brisbane 50-year retrospective that considers the artist's practice across all media. Show More Summary

Australian Grand Prix 2015: 5 Key Storylines Ahead of Season Opener

The 2015 Formula One season begins this weekend with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne. It has been less than four months since Lewis Hamilton won the 2014 world championship at the last race in Abu Dhabi, but it feels like much...Show More Summary

LOC Expands Australian Operations

London Offshore Consultants (LOC), announced the expansion of its Australian operations with the official opening of its Sydney office today (March 12, 2015).

Eugenie Bouchard and Justin Bieber Finally Meet at Will Ferrell’s Charity Tennis Tournament (Pics)

Remember when that sports reporter asked Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard who her celebrity crush was at the 2014 Australian Open? Remember how she said it was Canadian pop idol Justin Bieber? Remember how it bummed you out to imagine a lovely, talented young woman like Eugenie hanging around with a d-bag like Bieber? Well, […]

IBM Finally Opens Sydney SoftLayer Data Centre

When IBM opened its first Australian SoftLayer data centre in Melbourne last year, it promised a second Sydney centre would be open by the end of the year. A few months behind schedule, the Sydney site is now live. More »      

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