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Review: Malaysia Airlines Golden Lounge and First Class Lounge Satellite Terminal KUL (Kuala Lumpur)

Given that my flight arrived from Sydney so early in the morning, I thought I’d try to hang around the airport for a little bit before heading into the city and trying to check in early to my hotel. Thankfully, at the Kuala Lumpur airport,...Show More Summary

Justin Bieber Pal Joe Termini Bitten By Reef Shark In Bora Bora After Hillsong Trip

Justin Bieber’s pal, Joe Termini, had an unfortunate encounter with a reef shark when a swim went awry on Sunday. The duo had stopped over at a resort on Bora Bora after jetting out of Sydney on Saturday morning after a visit Down Under to attend the five-day Hillsong Church conference. Show More Summary

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

Caltex Blames Contaminated E10 For Sydney M4 Breakdowns

Caltex has blamed excessive water contamination in one of its underground tanks for a bizarre incident that saw around 20 cars grind to a halt in Sydney’s morning peak-hour traffic today. The M4 is busy at the best of times, but motorists...Show More Summary

Qantas moves to silence book called Fighting Words

It’s reasonable to say there wouldn’t be a ‘real’ reporter who doesn’t want to read Fighting Words a new book by Lucinda Holdforth the long-time speechwriter for the airline’s chief executive, Alan Joyce. And as the Sydney Morning Herald  reports today, Qantas has taken legal action to prevent this from happening. This is a story [...]

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

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Warmist Sydney Morning Herald is off its loaf

How desperate are the warmist scaremongers of the Fairfax media when they now push this kind of stuff?: …

Iggy Azalea Admits Some Days She Just Wants To Crawl Into A Cave And Hide

Iggy Azalea may be famous in the US, but when she recently got the chance to be interviewed by Australian morning show, Today, she seemed excited to talk about her home country, Australia. Born Amethyst Amelia Kelly in Sydney, Australia,...Show More Summary

French Minister apologises for Nutella Climate Claim

Guest essay by Eric Worrall French Ecology Minister Segolene Royal has apologised for claiming the popular breakfast spread Nutella exacerbates climate change. According to the Sydney Morning Herald; “A thousand apologies for the row over Nutella,” she wrote on her official Twitter account. The mea culpa related to comments she made on French television on…

Baby Girl Punched In Face By Random Stranger

A baby girl was punched in the face by a random stranger on Friday morning, causing outrage in Australia. The Sydney Morning Herald reports that the incident took place at around 11:30 a.m., when the 16-month-old child’s parents were pushing her in a stroller around a cafe on Eddy Avenue in Sydney. Show More Summary

Left and conservatives alike, newspapers drop Bill Shorten

Tony Abbott is close to deposing his third Labor leader. The Sydney Morning Herald: The position…

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I had a couple of pieces published today, one on house prices in the Sydney Morning Herald, and one in The Conversation on the G7 proposal to phase out fossil fuels. Also, I gave an interview for this environment360 piece on Solar P...

The Morning News: The Polar Pioneer Sneaks Out to Sea, and the Coast Guard Rounds Up Kayaktivists Trying to Stop It

3 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

The gigantic Polar Pioneer, the Polar Pioneer's two large tugboats, and a smattering of kayaktivists shortly after 6 am. Sydney Brownstone City Council Member Mike O'Brien, Who's in One of Those Kayaks, Said He Was Willing to Face Arrest:...Show More Summary

What This Couple Will Do If Gay Marriage Is Legalized Is Outrageous

Australian couple Nick and Sarah Jensen will get a divorce if same-sex marriage is legalized in their country. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the couple believes that "widening the definition of marriage to include same-sexShow More Summary

Big Green pays for Fairfax warmist

The French Government pays for a Sydney Morning Herald warmist who bags his own country over global warming: …

This Christian Couple Will Divorce Each Other If Gay Marriage Is Legalized

Australian couple Nick and Sarah Jensen will get a divorce if same-sex marriage is legalized in their country. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the couple believes that "widening the definition of marriage to include same-sexShow More Summary

Morning News: Amazon Holds Shareholder Meeting, Shell's Oil Rig Creates Half the Jobs Supporters Say It Does

3 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

This is a good moment to revisit Paul Constant's "It's Time to Turn Your Back on Amazon." Julie Clopper / Shutterstock.com Amazon's Shareholder Meeting Is Today: As Sydney mentioned yesterday, unions want the e-commerce giant to improve...Show More Summary

‘Marriage is simply too important:’ Christian couple vows to divorce if gays allowed to wed

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Sarah and Nick Jensen, an Australian couple, published a letter saying they’re considering divorce after 10 years of marriage — because gay people in the country might soon have the legal right to marry, the Sydney Morning Herald reports. According to the paper, the Jensens believe...

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