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ABC bias may not be selling

An interesting admission in the Sydney Morning Herald: It’s situation normal with the latest Sydney radio ratings, apart from a curious trend…

Three reasons not to trust a word of Fairfax’s latest warming warning

The Sydney Morning Herald’s story: Australia has been urged to rapidly accelerate its cuts to greenhouse…

AC/DC Drummer Pleads Guilty To Threatening To Kill Assistant After His Solo Album Tanked, And Also To Possessing Meth

Former AC/DC drummer Phill Rudd pleaded guilty in a New Zealand court yesterday to one charge of threatening to kill, and charges of cannabis and methamphetamine possession. According to The Sydney Morning Herald, Rudd admitted to asking someone to “take out a former security guard-turned-personal-assistant” after the launch of his 2014 debut solo album “didn’t […]

Everything Is OK at David Shrigley's New Solo Show in New York

Still, Start/Finish, 2015. Animation, 1:33 min The Guardian once called his work "immediately recognisable: crummy, gauche, all boneless limbs, knob heads, crossings-out and ink blots," while the Sydney Morning Herald said he "celebrates...Show More Summary

Cult of the podcast celebrity – SMH

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : GDay World

Ha! I bet you didn’t know you’re part of a cult, did you? And I’m not even talking about my CHURCH OF LOTU. I’m talking about the article in the Sydney Morning Herald yesterday, featuring interview with myself, Leo Laporte and TPN Health’s beti! Check it out. The post Cult of the podcast celebrity – SMH appeared first on

SMH 15 January, 2008

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : GDay World

The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age re-ran Andrew Bock’s article on podcasting which first appeared on December 20, 2007 only this time they used a photo of me they took in February 2005 (!). This is the same article I complained about here because I felt it was, deliberately or not, unbalanced. Still – […] The post SMH 15 January, 2008 appeared first on

Public sculpture and the history of Melbourne

In "Casting aspersions on state of the art" in the Sydney Morning Herald, 8th Dec 2012, Steve Dow asked should public sculpture be a monument to patriotism, to good artistic taste, or humbly aim to keep the public happy? The first response came from sculptor Ron Robertson-Swann, now the head of sculpture at Sydney's National Art School. Show More Summary

Elizabeth Farrelly fancies a Mrs Jesus

The Sydney Morning Herald’s Elizabeth Farrelly has set incredible standards for crazy burblings, but today equals her…

Your Call Is Important to Us

In 2012, according to Australia’s Sydney Morning Herald, an Adelaide man was kept on hold with the airline Qantas for 15 hours. As a recorded message affirmed, over and over, that a customer service agent would be with him “soon,” he simply stayed on—working, reading, waiting. Show More Summary

Headline News from - March 25, 2015

On the Web: Don't believe the hype on Apple Pay says MasterCard global chief - Sydney Morning Herald - "Instead of being disrupted, the incumbent payment network, along with fellow global giants Visa and American Express, has so farShow More Summary

No, the Gulf Stream isn’t about to stop like the horror movies claimed

Alarming stuff, straight out of a Hollywood script, and reported by the warmist Sydney Morning Herald as…

Sydney Morning Herald voters re-elect Greens-Labor government in NSW

The Sydney Morning Herald today exposes the vast gap between its on-line readers and voters generally. How its on-line readers will vote:

Australian Rugby Player Fined $25,000, Apologizes for Hurling Anti-gay Slurs at Opposing Team: VIDEO

last monthLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Jacques Potgieter, a rugby player for the New South Wales Waratahs, has been fined $25,000 for using homophobic slurs during a recent game. The Sydney Morning Herald notes the slur was "understood to be 'faggot'". The Herald reports: The South...

Australian May Face the Music After Returning Home From Fight Against ISIL

An Australian citizen who has been fighting against the Islamic State (ISIL) in Iraq and recently returned to Australia may be arrested for his activities, The Sydney Morning Herald reported Sunday.

News: Apple pulls The Whole Pantry app amid developer scandal

last monthTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Apple has pulled The Whole Pantry app from its U.S. and Australian App Stores amid controversy surrounding the app’s creator, The Sydney Morning Herald reports. Australian app developer Belle Gibson’s claim of healing herself from terminal...Show More Summary

Apple Removes Featured Watch App 'The Whole Pantry' From App Store Amid Fraud Claims

Apple has removed the award-winning healthy eating app The Whole Pantry from the App Store and its featured Apple Watch apps page amid allegations that its creator Belle Gibson committed fraud, according to The Sydney Morning Herald....Show More Summary

New Study Shows Your Brain is Severally Affected By Love

Can science define love? Probably not, seems pretty subjective and culture-dependent! But what the hell, let’s give it a shot, anyway. Such an effort has been reported by The Sydney Morning Herald. A joint effort between universities in China and New York looked into MRI results to finally solve the mystery and end poetry forever. Show More Summary

Australian Journalist Makes Waves with ‘Furkan Derya’ Column

When the Sydney Morning Herald quoted former Australian youth center employee Furkan Derya for a March 10 article, they did so without making any jokes. But that was a news item. Tim Powell‘s March 15 piece for Sydney’s Daily Telegraph was an an opinion column and, as such, took some humorous liberty. Show More Summary

Imagine Dragons To Tour Australia At The End Of 2015

US rockers Imagine Dragons have recently announced they will be touring Australia in 2015, a report from The Sydney Morning Herald confirms. The band will be in the country from September to promote their second album, Smoke + Mirrors,...Show More Summary

In the Footsteps of the Prophet, Australian Muslim Marries a Child — and Pays the Price For It

For some reason, the perpetrator's identity is being kept secret. But let's call him Mr. Mo, in recognition of the self-proclaimed prophet who, just like Mr. Mo, was a passionate pedophile.From the Sydney Morning Herald:A Lebanese man...Show More Summary

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