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Rise of the screens: YouTube most popular digital content in Australian classrooms

(Queensland University of Technology) A QUT report has found Australian schools could be more open to the use of YouTube and other social media platforms to embrace new trends in 'edutainment.' Hundreds of teachers, students, industry...Show More Summary

Angelique Kerber Showing She'll Struggle to Keep Hold of No. 1 Ranking

Angelique Kerber impressively finished off Simona Halep in group play at the WTA Finals in Singapore, looking like the world No. 1 player who won the Australian and U.S. Opens. She streamlined her long sweeping forehand and moved around...Show More Summary

Ford's Free Safe Driving Program For Teens Now Open To The Public

Previously a private program, Ford's "Driving Skills for Life" teen safe driving program is coming to four Australian cities -- Melbourne, Geelong, Canberra and Sydney -- with plans to reach nearly 1,000 young drivers. More »      

Jamie Murray receives an OBE from the Queen as the Grand Slam doubles champion is rewarded for his services to tennis and charity

Jamie Murray, the brother of Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has during the past 12 months won the US and Australian Open men's doubles titles and helped Great Britain clinch the Davis Cup.

Qantas A330 makes history at Wellcamp Airport

The door to passenger flights between China and the Australian Outback has opened for business at Queensland's Wellcamp Airport The post Qantas A330 makes history at Wellcamp Airport appeared first on Plane Talking.

Australian shotgun row threatens to ignite political turbulence

SYDNEY (Reuters) - A debate over Australia's notoriously tight gun laws has opened up a dangerous rift in the ruling Liberal Party, pitting Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull against the man he overthrew ahead of a key party gathering this weekend.

Australian MP Chansey Paech Declares His Pride in Moving Speech: ‘I Am Young, I Am Gay, I Am Black’

6 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Australian politician Chansey Paech has just become his country’s first aboriginal and openly gay member of parliament. After being sworn in to the Northern Territory Parliament on Wednesday, Chansey Peach delivered a stirring speech...Show More Summary

Tennis-Kyrgios pulls out of Rotterdam Open to play basketball

AMSTERDAM, Oct 19 (Reuters) - Australian Nick Kyrgios has pulled out of the Rotterdam Open in February to play in basketball's NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, tournament director Richard Krajicek was quoted as saying on Wednesday.

2016 Bathurst 1000 - Results Stand As Red Bull Appeal Dismissed

he two avenues open to red bull racing australia to revise the finishing order for the 2016 bathurst 1000 have now been closed, with the confederation of australian motorsport (cams) dismissing the team’s final appeal. through the supercars...Show More Summary

500-Plus Doctors Sign Open Letter Urging Dutton To ‘Show Compassion’ To Refugees

Australian Doctors have once again weighed into the debate over the treatment of asylum seekers by the Turnbull Government, with an impassioned plea for ‘more humanity’ to be shown to some of the world’s most marginalized people. This letter has been written by Drs Alison Skene and Eloise House, and signed by 528 doctors from [...]Show More Summary

Murray eyes top ranking after victory in Shanghai

Andy Murray's season is turning out even better than he expected: He's won a second Wimbledon title and a second Olympic gold medal, and reached the finals at the Australian Open and French Open        

Serena Williams doesn’t think Serena Williams is the player of the year

Few players on the women’s tennis tour in recent years have reached the level of success Angelique Kerber did in 2016. To recap: Kerber kicked things off in January by beating Serena Williams to win the Australian Open, lost to Williams at the Wimbledon final and put a bow on the season with a victory at the U.S. […]

Microsoft HoloLens: Australian Specs, Pricing And Release Date

In March, Microsoft opened up pre-orders for the HoloLens, its mixed reality headset, to developers in Canada and the US. Now Microsoft is gearing up to launch the HoloLens Development Edition and Commercial Edition in Australia. We have the specs for the device as well as the details on the pricing and release date. More »      

Elaine Heumann Gurian to give opening keynote

We are excited to announce that international museum consultant and advisor, Elaine Heumann Gurian, will be the opening keynote at our inaugural Australian Museum Conference in February 2017. Elaine is a consultant/advisor to museums, writer, and lecturer to many museum studies programs worldwide. Show More Summary

Tennis-Sharapova returns to court in Las Vegas charity event

LAS VEGAS, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Maria Sharapova returned to the tennis court for two exhibition matches on Monday, her first appearance since testing positive for the banned substance meldonium at the Australian Open in January.

Maria Sharapova makes her return to the tennis court for first time since positive drug test at Australian Open in Las Vegas charity event

The Russian star, who last week earned a reduction in her drug ban that will allow her to return to tennis in April, played in two light-hearted doubles matches in the event at Caesar's Palace.

Tennis-Australia hope Kyrgios has turned corner after Japan win

MELBOURNE, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Melbourne's notoriously changeable weather threatened to wash out the soft launch of the Australian Open on Monday but the rain was unable to dampen the cheer among tournament organisers enthused by Nick Kyrgios's weekend victory in Japan.

Cricket-Inquest into death of batsman Hughes opens in Sydney

SYDNEY, Oct 10 (Reuters) - A coroner's inquest into the death of Phillip Hughes opened on Monday, almost two years after the Australian cricketer died when he was struck by a ball during a match at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

Nick Kyrgios beats David Goffin to claim Japan Open crown

The big-serving Australian won a tight match, in which there were only three breaks, 4-6, 6-3, 7-5.        

Golf-Day withdraws from World Cup of Golf in Australia

2 weeks agoSports / Golf : Reuters: Golf

MELBOURNE, Oct 7 (Reuters) - Jason Day has been forced to withdraw from the World Cup of Golf and Australian Open next month due to a lingering back injury, the world number one has said.

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