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Former Aust. FM Calls Trump 'The Most Psychologically Ill-equipped President In US History'

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

Leave ‘Big Little Lies’ Alone!

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 […]

Big Little Lies Novelist Says Producers Are Interested in Another Season: ‘I’m Absolutely Open to It’

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 »

Big Little Lies Author Teases Season 2...And What It Would Be About

There may be more lies to tell after all. Big Little Lies author Liane Moriarty told Sydney Morning Herald she has been approached by producers of the HBO series about a sequel to the smash hit...

‘Big Little Lies’ Author Talks About A Possible Second Installment For HBO Limited Series

Big Little Lies author Lianne Moriarty is definitely open to a second installment of the limited series, which recently wrapped on HBO. Moriarty tells Australia’s Sydney Morning Herald she has been approached by the producers for a possible sequel. Show More Summary

A Peaceful Snooze on a Plane, Then an Explosion

A flight from Beijing to Melbourne, Australia, turned terrifying last month when a woman's headphones exploded midflight, burning her hands, face, and hair, the Sydney Morning Herald reports. The unidentified woman had dozed off a couple of hours into the Feb. 19 flight while wearing the headphones, and per an...

Tesla Launches the Powerwall 2 in Australia, Pitching It Confidently as a Grid Reliability Product

Sydney Morning Herald: Tesla Says Its Batteries Could Fix Australia's Energy Problems in 100 Days They are only starting to gain a foothold in the Australian market, but could batteries provide a near overnight solution to the energy woes that have hit South Australia and risk spreading east? At least one company believes so. Show More Summary

Ridley Scott Aims to Bring the Horror to ALIEN:COVENANT

The Sydney Morning Herald recently visited the set of Alien:Covenant and spoke with Ridley Scott and the cast about the new movie. The article goes into detail of the design the legendary filmmaker had for this film, trying to bring the movie's tone more in line with the original classic. Show More Summary

Chernobyl Taught Her The Value Of Ocean Energy

For Chernobyl survivor, breaking the waves to power the future is 'personal' Catherine Armitage, February 25, 2017 (The Sydney Morning Herald) “…In partnership and with engineers, entrepreneurs Inna Braverman and David Leb developed]...Show More Summary

Tom Hiddleston Says King Kong Is An 'Icon Of Cinema'!

Tom Hiddleston has opened up about about why he decided to hop on another King Kong arrival, his film Kong: Skull Island. “There’s a reason that he’s endured,” the 36-year-old actor recently expressed (via The Sydney Morning Herald). “He’s an icon of cinema. He’s been around for almost 100 years and he’s still powerful, he [...]

Australia to bring back ambassadors to shape foreign policy: report

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia will temporarily bring back every ambassador from across the world to help shape the final components of its new foreign policy, the Sydney Morning Herald reported on Wednesday citing the Foreign Ministr...

Fairfax triples first half profits, confirms it will investigate Domain spin-off plan

Yesterday the media giant, who owns The Australian Financial Review, Sydney Morning Herald and the The Age, in addition to newspapers in NZ and two Australian radio stations, halted trading as it prepared to announce its half-yearly financial results today in anticipation of a notification in relation to Domain.

Emma Thompson Talks ‘Alone in Berlin’ and Propoganda, Past and Present

Emma Thompson, known to Harry Potter fans as the flighty Professor Trelawney, spoke to The Sydney Morning Herald about her current film, Alone in Berlin. Naturally, when discussing a WWII film that delves into what individuals can do in the face of great opposition and evil, the conversation turned to politics, both past and present. You...read more!

Discover how Sean Spicer would pronounce your name with this handy generator

Will you be the next Joe Trudeau? Thanks to the Sydney Morning Herald, you could be. Inspired by White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's constant mispronunciation of words — including, yes, Justin Trudeau's name — the publication has...Show More Summary

New word learned today: "gazump."

I was reading "Malcolm Turnbull's approach vindicated by President Donald Trump's madness" in The Sydney Morning Herald:Malcolm Turnbull, who has spent much of this week defending government secrecy over his phone conversation with Donald...Show More Summary

Sydney Morning Herald And Melbourne's The Age Will Stop Printing Weekday Papers, Says Analyst

3 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

An Australian analyst for Credit Suisse tells The Australian (a national daily owned by a rival, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.) says he expects Fairfax Media, owner of the Herald and The Age, to "formally outline its plans for a move to a digital only weekday model for the metro titles."

Owner Says Sydney Morning Herald And Melbourne's The Age Will Keep Printing 'For Some Years Into The Future'

3 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

While Fairfax Media has indicated in the past that ending print runs of weekday papers could be part of a long-term strategy, a spokesman for the chain said that "We have no plans to change from daily printing and we expect that to be the case for some years into the future."

Woman Loses Her Mind After Seeing Woman Wearing Veil

"It's illegal," a woman can be heard yelling in a video. "I see her looking so scary" and "I don't know what she carry." The only thing unlawful was the woman's own behavior. The Sydney Morning Herald reports an unnamed 35-year-old was charged with common assault and destroying or damaging...

Terminally Ill Woman: The Debate Over Legalizing Assisted Suicide Scares Me

Julie Morgan received grave news that no one at any age, 20, 40, 60, 80 or 100 wants to hear. “The doctors have told me I have a few months to live,” the mid-50s woman wrote to the Sydney Morning Herald. During the past four years, cancerous growth originally isolated in Morgan’s breast metastasized to […]

Credit Suisse Says Transurban Will Need to Raise $1 Billion in New Equity

The Sydney Morning Herald reports, “Toll road giant Transurban could need to tap investors for $1 billion in fresh equity as it juggles new tollroad projects in Victoria, NSW and the US. That at least is the view of investment bank Credit Suisse. Show More Summary

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