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Opal card pop-up kiosks available in 28 train stations in Sydney

New South Wales transport minister Gladys Berejiklian has announced that Opal card pop-up kiosks have been installed at 28 train stations in Sydney, Australia, in a move to retire old paper tickets from 1 September.

Man Eventually Calls for Help after Huge Snake Spends 5 Days on the Dashboard of His Car

yesterdayOdd : Neatorama

(Photo: WIRES Northern Rivers) One morning, a man in Toonumbar, New South Wales, Australia went to his SUV to drive to work. He found a 9-foot long python sunning itself on the dashboard. Since he had another vehicle, he left the car doors open, hoping that the snake would move on. Show More Summary

Decades-old Electric Vehicle Speed Record Broken By University Of NSW

A team of students from the University of New South Wales has rewritten the record for the fastest electric vehicle over 500 kilometres. The EV averaged more than 100km/h over the 500km distance on a single battery charge, convincingly beating the old mark of 73km/h set 26 years ago. Show More Summary

Operation Azine leads to arrests and cleared warrants

2 days agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

ACT Policing and the New South Wales Police Force are currently executing Operation Azine, aimed at reducing the number of outstanding arrest warrants across the ACT and surrounding New South Wales region. Operation Azine began on 19 May 2014, targeting those people with outstanding arrests warrants for a range of offences including theft, driving while disqualified, [...]

Australian students break 26-year-old electric vehicle speed record

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

A group of students from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia has set a new world speed record for an electric vehicle. The team's Sunswift car averaged over 100 km/h (62 mph) over a distance of 500 km (311 mi). TheShow More Summary

Local Sports Wrap 26th and 27th July 2014

4 days agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

RUGBY UNION The ACT Brumbies’ hopes of reaching a second successive Super Rugby final were dashed when they lost to the New South Wales Waratahs 26-8 on Saturday night. The Brumbies failed to carry the momentum from last week’s thrilling win over the Chiefs into Saturday’s blockbuster semi-final clash against the Waratahs as they came off second [...]

A Midsummer Night's Dream Wedding

6 days agoNews : CitizenSugar

Brace yourselves. You're about to get lost in the magical beauty of this wedding in New South Wales, Australia. Laura and Dylan's big day was perfectly captured by Hilary Cam, described by the bride as "A Midsummer Night's Dream setShow More Summary

UNSW's Sunswift Solar Car Smashes A World Land Speed Record

Another one for the record books! The Sunswift eVe solar car, put together and maintained by the University of New South Wales’ dedicated engineering team, has just smashed a 26-year-old electric land speed record at a track in Victoria. Once the world’s top motorsports governing body signs off, that is.. More »      

Around Town - A Night With Dave Eggers

Wed 03 Sep Sydney Writers’ Festival and the University of New South Wales present writer and publisher Dave Eggers in conversation with Cath Keenan, director of...

Texan Attacks Ex-Wife's Husband with Crossbow

A Texas man flew to Australia, went to his ex-wife's home and attacked her husband with a crossbow and a tomahawk Tuesday. Jeffery Hooten, 49, was arrested in New South Wales, Australia and charged with attempted ­murder and malicious wounding with intent to ­inflict grievous bodily harm. Show More Summary

Double Dissolutions and the Redistribution Timetable.

The timetable for any double dissolution called after November 2014 will be complicated by redistributions in New South Wales and Western Australia.

Fireball Lights Up the Australian Sky Thursday Night

Australians were treated to quite the light show Thursday night as a massive object shot across the skies over Victoria and New South Wales. Reports of the object being visible over Tasmania, South Australia and Queensland were also made. Some of the witnesses at first believed the object to be a shooting star or perhaps

Many fires in New South Wales, Australia

There were many fires burning in eastern New South Wales, Australia when NASA's Aqua satellite passed overhead on July 11. At 03:35 UTC on July 11 (12:35 p.m. local time/11:35 p.m. EDT on July 10), when Aqua passed over eastern New South...Show More Summary

Baiadi poultry facility approved despite opposition

A regional council in Australia has approved the development of 70 broiler chicken sheds for leading poultry producer Baiada which will house close to three million birds in the north of New South Wales.

This Is What NSW Police Cars And Police Bikes Used To Look Like

Image Of The Day: The New South Wales Police Service had fairly humble beginnings on the state’s roads. Not everything was a hotted-up pursuit vehicle back in the 1970?s. Police just had to make do with the Ford 351 Falcon and the Honda 750cc bike. [NSW Police] More »      

Amaroo Cruises Takes Catamaran Delivery

Incat Crowther today announced the launch of Amaroo, a 24-meter Catamaran Whale Watching vessel for Amaroo Cruises of Forster, New South Wales, who recently celebrated 35 years in operation.

Newspoll: 57-43 to Coalition in NSW

Newspoll's bi-monthly New South Wales result gives Mike Baird's government a commanding lead, putting them well clear of what was indicated in previous post-Barry O'Farrell polling.

Why Not Have a Wombat Do Your Laundry?

3 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

This video comes from the Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary in New South Wales, Australia. And while all the wombats' antics are adorable, we're mostly still stuck on the beginning, where the wombat empties the washing machine. Read more...

Australian shoppers watch as man is stabbed to death in mall

An Iranian man described as armed with a machete-sized knife repeatedly stabbed the 40-year-old victim to the witness of shocked shoppers at New South Wales' Westfield Parramatta Shopping Center Monday morning, according to police and local reports.

Traders Selling Dodgy Chargers Raided By NSW Authorities

Dodgy chargers have already killed one woman and injured a child in New South Wales, and the government has had enough: rogue traders of uncertified chargers are in the crosshairs following hundreds of raids on business owners. More »      

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