The Sydney Morning Herald reports: Lobbyists on both sides of the marriage equality debate will be free to distribute misleading and deceptive material ahead of the same-sex marriage postal vote, because the usual campaign rules have been discarded. Show More Summary
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It seems that if HBO had its way, there would be even bigger and better lies in the future. In an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, Big Little Lies novelist Liane Moriarty revealed that producers have expressed a keen interest in Madeline Martha Mackenzie and the gang returning for ... More »
LIVING WITH A NUCLEAR-ARMED NORTH KOREA?: Admiral Scott Swift, Commander of the Pacific Fleet, discussed options with The Sydney Morning Herald. Asked to clarify whether that meant the world might have to live with a nuclear North Korea that could strike other continents, Admiral Swift said: “It’s not for me to say. It’s part of […]
The Sydney Morning Herald reports, “The proposed 14-kilometre tunnel tollway between Rozelle and Allambie Heights will cost $14 billion to build, almost as much as the 33-kilometre WestConnex project. The enormous price tag … excludes...Show More Summary
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Labor is launching court action with the objective of having a government minister disqualified from holding his seat in Parliament. The opposition believes Assistant Health Minister David Gillespie...Show More Summary
Female actresses aren't the only ones to be body shamed in the industry. Sam Claflin made sure to address that fact during a recent interview with The Sydney Morning Herald. Although the British actor put his deliciously sculpted abs on display for the Hunger Games franchise and in Me Before You, he's actually pretty "insecure" about [...]
In an open letter published in the Sydney Morning Herald, Martina Navratilova lashed out at 74-year-old Australian tennis legend Margaret Court for her “unabashed racist statements” and a spate of homophobic and racist remarks. Among...Show More Summary
Martina Navratilova is taking on Margaret Court, but this is hardly a friendly scrimmage match. The tennis great published an op-ed in The Sydney Morning Herald today slamming Court as a “racist and a homophobe” who is “demonising trans...Show More Summary
This morning the Australian press published an open letter from Martina Navratilova to the arena named for fellow tennis legend and raging homophobe Margaret Court. From the Sydney Morning Herald: Dear Margaret Court Arena, Sporting venues named for athletes, or any place, really, named for whoever, are so named for one reason. Show More Summary
An Australian senator has made history by breastfeeding her infant daughter on the floor of the country's Parliament. The Sydney Morning Herald reports Sen. Larissa Waters returned to Parliament on … Click to Continue »
The Fairfax newspaper group – which owns the Sydney Morning Herald and the Melbourne Age – plans to fire 125 journalists.. Among them are all arts, film and books writers, as well as the two deputy arts editors. The journalists have gone on strike. The outlook is bleak. Whatever settlement is finally reached there will […]
The elimination of all staff positions for arts writers and deputy arts editors is part of a recently announced layoff of a quarter of all newsroom employees at the Fairfax Media chain's print papers. In response, all journalists at the papers have gone on a weeklong strike.
The Sydney Morning Herald sat down with David Lynch recently for an interview and spoke about a number of topics. The most important revelation in the article was a brief comment from the famed director about his future in cinema. According to David Lynch, his movie, Inland Empire, will be his last. Show More Summary
In a new interview with The Sydney Morning Herald, David Lynch says that, after directing classics like Blue Velvet and Mulholland Drive, he is no longer interested in making feature films. Lynch suggests that his experience workingShow More Summary
Think of this, potentially, as trickle-down journalist anger. Sydney morning herald - how do u spell economy? pic.twitter.com/3EYaJM0xAf -- Helen Vatsikopoulos (@Hellonvee) May 5, 2017 At the top of today's front page of the Sydney Morning Herald, the word economy is misspelled in the headline as "Ecomomy." Under normal circumstances, this might be seen simply...
The walkout at The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and other Fairfax Media publications comes after the company announced that it would eliminate 125 positions.
In a speech to Australia’s National Press Club, Evans called “manifestly the most ill-informed, under-prepared, ethically challenged and psychologically ill-equipped president in US history," Exactly. Source: Sydney Morning Herald Former...Show More Summary
Yesterday, The Sydney Morning Herald published an interview with Liane Moriarty — who wrote the novel from which the HBO mini-series Big Little Lies was adapted — in which the author said she was open to the possibility of writing material for a second season. The news isn’t terribly surprising: Big Little Lies was a big little hit, earning both […]
It seems that if HBO had its way, there would be even bigger and better lies in the future. In a new interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, Big Little Lies novelist Liane Moriarty has revealed that producers have expressed a keen interest in Madeline Martha Mackenzie and the gang ... More »