Discover a new way to find and share stories you'll love… Learn about Reading Desk

Trend Results : Australian Open

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 6384)


‘X-Car’: X-Men Kia Sorento To Be Unveiled At 2015 Australian Open Tennis

Kia has put a new slant on its Sorento SUV, revealing a one-off 'dream factory' special ahead of an official unveiling before the Australian Open tennis tournament in January. Dubbed the ‘X-Car’, the unique Sorento was a joint effort from Kia and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Show More Summary

Kia Sorento ‘X-Car’ To Be Unveiled At 2015 Australian Open Tennis

Kia has revealed its new Sorento SUV in a whole new light, ahead of an official unveiling before the Australian Open tennis tournament in January. Dubbed the ‘X-Car’, the unique Sorento was a joint effort from Kia and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Show More Summary

Marysville: Vibe Hotels in Australia is Grooving a Little Differently Now

Australian hotel brand, Vibe Hotels, is tackling two things at once--expansion and rebranding--when they open their newest property next year, near the Yarra Ranges National Park, outside of Melbourne. The new Vibe design is a far departure from the lime green and purple color scheme sported at other properties. Show More Summary

Scott Opens With 1-Over 73 at Australian Masters

3 days agoSports / Golf : On Par

Defending champion Adam Scott struggled in the blustery conditions at Metropolitan Golf Club on Thursday for a 1-over 73 in the first round of the Australian Masters.

Chris Hemsworth Has Been Named People‘s Sexiest Man Alive, Nation Asks, “Is That The One Who Dated Miley?”

Nope, that’s Liam you’re thinking of. He dated Miley and his movie, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1? opens this weekend. But he didn’t win. His older brother Chris, also Australian and, yes, smoking hot, is People‘s Sexiest Man Alive, beating out his younger bro, as well as likely candidates Chris Pratt, Charlie Hunnam and [...]

Foster's: Australian For Fraud

4 days agoSports : Deadspin

My 11th-grade history teacher opened the first day of class by asking us to write down everything we knew about Christopher Columbus. Of course, we all knew he came to America—or somewhere near America, anyway—in 1492, and his ships were called the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria. Show More Summary

Picture China: Australian Wombat, Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect, Pet Show

The day's China news in pictures: President Xi Jinping and his wife visit Australia, officials celebrate the opening of the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect, a man grooms his mini poodle and more.

Vie Active opens a fitness fashion pop-up store

4 days agoHealth : Well Good NYC

The cult-favorite Australian fitness fashion brand has picked up its Bondi Beach roots and headed for Abbot-Kinney in Venice Beach.

Awards: Australian Museum Devoted to Death Feels Like a 'Night Club'

Photo by Sam Granleese via Flickr Opened by a high-stakes gambler on a remote Australian island 150 miles from the mainland, the Museum of Old and New Art in Tasmania, with its permanent collection of artworks focused on sex and...

Shopping - Sephora

No more waiting, Sydney. Sephora has announced it will open the doors to its first Australian store located at Pitt St Mall on Fri Dec 5. If a brand...

Australian Smash Club Registration Opens & Has Already Filled Up

Nintendo Australia have had the Smash Club website open for a few weeks now, however they only opened registration up today. Unfortunately they have hit the cap of 50 clubs very quickly, but keep your eye open for local Smash Club events, or perhaps new Smash Club registration spots will open in the future Source: Nintendo Australia

Scott Has 'Score to Settle' With McIlroy at Australian Open

last weekSports / Golf : On Par

Adam Scott says he has a “score to settle” with Rory McIlroy when they clash at the Australian Open in Sydney in two weeks.

A White Paper for Black Australia: Developing Whose Northern Australia, For Whom?

The cost of opening up Northern Australia for major development won't just be borne by the Australian taxpayer.

Adam Scott wants Rory McIlroy pairing at Australian Open

Adam Scott wants to make good for a lost opportunity to take down Rory McIlroy and win his national title a year ago. At the WGC-HSBC Champions, Scott implored Golf Australia, who organizes the Emirates Australlian Open, to put him with...Show More Summary

Rafael Nadal to undergo stem-cell treatments on his injured back

Rafael Nadal battled a back injury throughout the 2014 season after hurting it during the Australian Open final in January. It’s lingered for so long that now he’s trying something a little different in his attempt to get back on the court. Here’s the Associated Press: Rafael Nadal’s doctor says the 14-time Grand Slam winner […]

Adam Scott eyes Aussie Open showdown with Race to Dubai winner Rory McIlroy

Idle Rory McIlroy wins the European Tour’s Race to Dubai and Australian Adam Scott wants to tackle the world No.1 and Aussie Open defending champ later this month Down Under. Adam Scott remembers all too well his one-shot loss to Rory McIlroy at last year’s Australian Open and the world No. Show More Summary

Around Town - QVB Christmas Carols

25 Nov-24 Dec Keep your ears open for the sounds of the Australian Girls' Choir and local school choirs singing carols in the QVB throughout the Christmas season. 

Australia-US-China military exercise challenges assumptions

Australian, US and Chinese troops at the opening ceremony of EX Kowari, Darwin. (Photo: Defence.) Right now a good news story in Australia's strategic relations is unfolding in the country's vast Northern Territory. Australian, American...Show More Summary

This Wonderful Dog Fetches Cold Beer Every Time He Hears ‘I’m Parched’

The guy in this video clearly has a furry genius for a best friend. Whenever Bandit the Australian cattle hears that his owner needs a drink, he scampers to the fridge, opens it, removes a pre-koozied longneck, then hustles it over.Show More Summary

Australian-Japanese Coal 'Partnership' and Why Global Coal is Here to Stay

Recently, the Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott warned at the opening of the Caval Ridge coal mine in Queensland against the “demonization of coal.” Abbott stressed that “coal is good for humanity, coal is good for prosperity, coal is an essential part of our economic future. read more

Copyright © 2011 Regator, LLC