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Promoter Found With $700K Cash Stuffed In Suitcase Pleads Guilty

Australian concert promoter Andrew McManus has pleaded guilty to lying to police in connection to a suitcase full of cash recovered from a Sydney hotel in 2011. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, McManus, 55, entered a plea of guilty in answer to a charge of attempting to pervert the...

Spiderbait Fan Describes The Humiliation Of Being Urinated On At A Concert

Spiderbait concerts sometimes take an unexpected turn, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. It seems that fans of the Australian alternative rock band, which currently celebrates its 25th anniversary, get excited at the band’s gigs, and sometimes a little too much. Show More Summary

Sydney Morning Herald Faces Uncertain Print Future in Australia

The decline of Fairfax Media, The Herald’s publisher and one of Australia’s two dominant media companies, has dismayed many citizens.

Ed Sheeran Tops List Of Wedding Songs, Further Isolates Himself With ‘Hobbit Hole’

Ed Sheeran has topped the list of the songs most frequently played on weddings, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. The 25-year-old singer, who announced his decision to quit social media late last year, sure knows how to ignite the hearts of lovebirds with his songs. Show More Summary

Mark Kenny is the hate-speaking racialist he claims to denounce

So often it strikes me that the Left’s anti-racism is really an hysterical projection. Take the Sydney Morning Herald’s Mark Kenny, for instance.…

Nick Cave Speaks Out For The First Time Since The Death Of His Son

Nick Cave has spoken out for the first time since the tragic death of his son, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. The 58-year-old Australian musician is also releasing an album and film to convey his “catastrophic” emotional change. Show More Summary

“Bumper Profits” for Transurban

Sydney Morning Herald reports, “In further evidence of the stellar returns Transurban is making in NSW, toll revenue from its Sydney toll roads – which include the M2, the M5 and the M7 – surged almost 14 per cent to $799 million for the year to June.” The post “Bumper Profits” for Transurban appeared first on Toll Roads News.

Jennifer Saunders Says ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ Probably Wouldn’t Be Made Today, Dismissed Possibility Of A Kim Kardashian Cameo

Jennifer Saunders recently opened up about the TV sitcom she once starred in, Absolutely Fabulous. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Jennifer Saunders believes that the show would not have been made if it had been pitched to the BBC today. Show More Summary

Cyclist suffers third-degree burns after iPhone 6 catches fire following fall

3 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Just yesterday we posted a video showing what can occasionally happen when a lithium ion battery receives impact damage, and today the Sydney Morning Herald has a report showing that the same thing can happen with no sledgehammers involved. A...Show More Summary

News: Cyclist’s iPhone catches fire after fall

3 weeks agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

A man was severely burned when his iPhone exploded after a minor fall on his bike, The Sydney Morning Herald reports. Gareth Clear said the phone was in his back pocket when he took a tumble off his bike, then burst into flames when he fell on top of it. Show More Summary

David Bowie Art Collection On Display Pending Auction, Best Festival Performances Revisited

David Bowie’s private art collection is set to go on display before heading for auction in November this year, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. The Bowie/Collector collection will include masterpieces by Henry Moore and Damien Hirst. Show More Summary

G20 Calls For Tax Policy Overhaul

Following up on Friday's post, G-20 To Scrap 30 Years Of Tax Policy And Recommend Taxing Capital Income At Higher Rates Than Wages: Sydney Morning Herald, G20 Calls For Tax Policy Overhaul: Group of 20 finance ministers say taxation policies should be improved worldwide to reflect globalisation and promote socially...

The Sydney Morning Herald fails to correct Farrelly’s filthy defamation

On Saturday I sent this letter to the Sydney Morning Herald, asking for it to be published in response to Elizabth Farrell’s filthy and dangerous…

Alden Ehrenreich Is The New Han Solo: Here’s What You Need To Know

Alden Ehrenreich is officially the new Han Solo. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Alden Ehrenreich made his first official Star Wars appearance in London. Ehrenreich is best known for his roles on Hail, Caesar! and Blue Jasmine. Show More Summary

James Norton As James Bond: The Bookies’ Favorite, And Why Aidan Turner Is Out Of Contention

James Norton has a high chance of becoming the next James Bond, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. The 30-year-old actor, who is best known for his role on two BBC series, Happy Valley and War & Peace, is likely to be Daniel Craig’s successor. Show More Summary

Zac Efron’s Big Night Out After Movie Premiere

Zac Efron sent his Australian fans into a frenzy during the premiere of his new film, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Zac Efron and Adam DeVine traveled to Sydney, Australia to join their fans during the premiere. Show More Summary

Bob Carr mocks two of Turnbull’s media fluffers

Former NSW Labor Premier Bob Carr takes aim at two Sydney Morning Herald pundits who have been proved to be hopelessly, dangerously in love with…

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We commentators are paid danger money to predict election results. Mark Kenny of the Sydney Morning Herald squibs it: …

Sarah Jessica Parker On The Inspiration Behind Her Latest Shoe Collection

Sarah Jessica Parker, who once starred in the hit HBO TV show Sex and the City, will be returning to the network with a new show and a new role. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Sarah Jessica Parker landed a role in Divorce, which will air on HBO. Show More Summary

‘Me Before You’ Welcomed In Australian With Protests And Zombie Costumes

Me Before You opened just weeks ago but has already made headlines several times, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. In particular, it was Australian screenings of the film which recently triggered protests across the country. Protesters claim that Me Before You, directed by Thea Sharrock, is a “disability snuff movie” because the main idea... Show More Summary

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