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Why We Need To Lie To Ourselves About The State Of The Economy

Submitted by Satyajit Das via The Sydney Morning Herald, Like the characters in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, the world awaits the return of wealth and prosperity. But the global economy may be entering a period of stagnation.Show More Summary

Peter Hartcher smears again

The Sydney Morning Herald’s Peter Hatcher falsely suggested Tony Abbott could be “homophobic” on the basis of a false claim that he snubbed the gay…

Newswire: Wonder Woman will officiate a same-sex wedding in an upcoming comic

DC Comics isn’t a big fan of its superheroes getting married, but apparently it has no problem with its superheroes helping other people get married. As reported by The Sydney Morning Herald (via The Advocate), Australian illustrator...Show More Summary

The silencing of the same-sex argument

A Sydney Morning Herald reviewer shows all the respect that newspaper usually gives to people who disagree on same-sex marriage. The targets this…

News: Report: Apple Pay fees hindering rollout in Australia

2 weeks agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Australia’s largest banks are balking at Apple Pay’s fees and slowing down the rollout of the payment service in their country, The Sydney Morning Herald reports. Apple is reportedly demanding the same 15 cents on every $100 of transactions...Show More Summary

Australia Apple Pay could be far off as banks push back on Apple’s fees

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

It appears that the expansion of Apple Pay into Australia could be farther off than some had hoped. According to a report today from The Sydney Morning Herald, Apple is in negotiations with at least four of the largest banks in Australia in order to form partnerships for Apple Pay in in the region. However, […]

Pacific Island links: PNG budget, Bougainville referendum, climate and more

John Garnaut in the Sydney Morning Herald compares PNG's budget deficit to the Greek economic crisis. PNG Prime Minister O'Neill defended his government's budget management and assured the nation the government will act to address the...Show More Summary

To Peter Hartcher, everything not Green must seem “hard Right”

The Sydney Morning Herald’s Peter Hartcher sure lives in some bubble of inner-city Leftism…

Eva Longoria Shuts Down Journalist Who Accused Her Of 'Selling Out'

last monthNews : Huffington Post

After a journalist criticized Eva Longoria for endorsing an eyewear brand despite not needing glasses, the actress used social media to address the accusation. In an article for The Sydney Morning Herald, writer Jenna Clarke discussed...Show More Summary

Eva Longoria: Yes I Wear Glasses!

She’s the face of a new campaign for Australian discount eyewear brand Specsavers, and Eva Longoria has been accused of faking her need for glasses just to get the gig. Jenna Clarke of the Sydney Morning Herald claimed, “Eva was in town...Show More Summary

Eva Longoria does wear glasses, makes it clear in nerdiest way possible

Eva Longoria wears glasses, despite what you may have read recently. The actress and Specsavers ambassador has responded on Twitter to an article by Australia publication, The Sydney Morning Herald, after lifestyle journalist Jenna Clarke...Show More Summary

Mark Kenny turns on a dime: Praises Shorten for what he damned from Abbott

Not the principle but the side. 2013: The Sydney Morning Herald’s Mark Kenny damns Tony Abbott for promising to turn back boats:…

Skeletal Remains Found In Suitcase By Roadside Believed To Be Young Girl Murdered Eight Years Ago

South Australian police officials have discovered the skeletal remains of a young girl inside of a suitcase who they believed was murdered eight years ago. The Sydney Morning Herald reported that on July 14, a driver noticed a black, quaint suitcase in the bushes near the roadside in Wynarka. Show More Summary

A real “investment” shouldn’t cost the rest of us

The Sydney Morning Herald seems not to understand that this “investment” is actually a search for “subsidies”, and the more of this “investment” we get…

Shielding Shorten

The Sydney Morning Herald’s website isn’t keen to report on Bill Shorten’s horror day at the royal commission:

Elizabeth Farrelly’s paranoid vision, wilder than the movies

The Sydney Morning Herald Elizabeth Farrelly writes a lot of crazy things, but few…

Rihanna’s New Video Receives Universal Praise: Move Over Madonna And Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift and Madonna may have released completely hyped videos recently, but it’s Rihanna‘s new video for “Bitch Better Have My Money” that is receiving all the praise. Peter Vincent from the Sydney Morning Herald is one of the critics who is giving Rihanna’s latest a big thumbs up. Show More Summary

Quick comment: Peter Hartcher on South China Sea tensions

An hour ago I spoke with Sydney Morning Herald International Editor Peter Hartcher on where South China Sea tensions are heading. I was intrigued by a phrase Peter used in his Monday column, where he referred to Beijing's land reclamation in the South China Sea as a 'creeping invasion of the region'. Show More Summary

On 2GB tonight - Sydney Morning Herald off its loaf, Afghan Parliament attacked

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