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Nicole Kidman & Keith Urban Arrive in Sydney For Dad’s Funeral

Last week Dr. Antony Kidman passed away in Singapore and this morning (September 15) Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban jetted into Sydney, Australia to meet with family and make funeral arrangements. The “Moulin Rouge” actress and her “God’s...Show More Summary

Previous rules of thumb for climate change worsened wet/dry turned upside down

You might remember this claim from Australia’s CSIRO back in 2012 published in the Sydney Morning Herald. It’s been busted by a new paper: The wet gets wetter, the dry dryer, thanks to climate change WET areas have become wetter and dry areas drier over the past 50 years due to global warming, a study…

Nicole Kidman's Dad Antony Dies in an Accident in Singapore

SYDNEY — The father of Australian actress Nicole Kidman has died after an accident in Singapore on Friday morning. Dr Antony Kidman was visiting his daughter Antonia, her husband Craig Marran and her six children when he fell after breakfast...Show More Summary

Hilary Duff Performs 'All About You' Live on TV - Watch Now!

Hilary Duff lets out a huge smile while leaving the Seven Sunrise Morning Show on Thursday morning (September 11) in Sydney, Australia. The 26-year-old entertainer appeared on the morning show to perform her new single “All About You” for the live crowd. Watch the performance in the video below! PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics [...]

Hilary Duff Drops By 2DayFM Studios in Sydney

Showing some love to her Australian fans, Hilary Duff paid a visit to a radio station in Sydney on Tuesday morning (September 9). The “So Yesterday” singer signed autographs and posed for photos, sporting a short black leather skirtShow More Summary

Man Killed by Shark at Popular Tourist Beach in Byron Bay

SYDNEY — A man was killed by a shark while surfing off a beach in Byron Bay on the New South Wales coast Tuesday morning. A NSW Ambulance spokesperson confirmed to Mashable that the man, in his 40s, died on Clarkes Beach See also: New...Show More Summary

China Banking Crisis "Almost" Certain Says Senior International Economist; Global Banking Crisis "Is" Certain Says Mish

The Sydney Morning Herald warns about a 'clear and present danger': Australia to be Hit as Chinese Economy UnravelsSpeaking at a conference on Thursday, the federal government's former top resources forecaster Quentin Grafton said the...Show More Summary

Warmists 99.999 sure of what isn’t actually explained

The latest scare from serial offender Peter Hannam of the Sydney Morning Herald: …

The Horrific Moment a Massive Explosion Rocked Sydney Suburb

SYDNEY — A loud bang could be heard thundering through the streets of Sydney's inner west on early Thursday morning. New dramatic vision has emerged of the moment a convenience store exploded on Darling Street, Rozelle. Flames took over the building, as glass windows shattered up to 100 metres away. Show More Summary

They marched against Israel. Why not against the Islamic State?

It is about the only frank and sane paragraph in the entire piece, but comes like rain after a drought from the Sydney Morning Herald’s…

Comic Sans On Australian Newspaper's Front Page Sparks Rage

But the real crime here isn't the typeface, it's the kerning. The Sydney Morning Herald kicked off a Twitter tantrum, after the 183-year-old newspaper had the tacky temerity to use Comic Sans on the front page. Read Full Story

Aussie Paper Defends The Use Of Comic Sans On Its Front Page

“Comic Sans was the right choice.” That’s the line that the Sydney Morning Herald‘s executive editor Matt Martel has gone with, and that’s the one he’s sticking to. The internet’s most hated font appeared on the front page of the paper this morning, and the internet melted down. More »      

Australian Newspaper Uses Clip Art and Comic Sans on Front Page

SYDNEY — Something strange happened this morning One of Australia's most respected newspapers did something so disgraceful, you could hear the design world loudly gasp. The Sydney Morning Herald ran the most hated font in the world on its front page, as tears rolled down the face of typographers everywhere. Show More Summary

Aubergine takes out 2 hats in the Good Food Guide 2015

2 weeks agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide 2015 will be released on September 6th with some familiar Canberra restaurants making the grade, along with a few rookies. Aubergine claims Canberra’s only two ‘Chefs Hats’. Taking away one ‘Chefs Hat’ are: – Capitol Bar & Grill – Courgette – eightysix – Italian & Sons – Malamay – Ottoman [...]

Lady Gaga: So Long, Sydney!

Bringing an end to her Australian tour, Lady Gaga checked out of her snazzy suite in Sydney on Monday morning (September 1). The “Just Dance” songstress was greeted by a huge crowd of fans as she left her hotel en route to the airport,...Show More Summary

Sydney Convicts Win Bingham Cup 2014

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Via the Sydney Morning Herald: The Sydney Convicts have retained the Bingham Cup - the gay and inclusive rugby World Cup - in a 31-0 grand final thrashing of the Brisbane Hustlers in Sydney. Australian teams dominated the three-day international tournament that ended with the one-sided decider in Rose Bay on Sunday. Show More Summary

Incredible Photos Show Papua New Guinea Volcano Spewing Ash and Lava

SYDNEY — A volcano in Papua New Guinea spewed lava and ash into the sky on Friday, as residents fled and flights were diverted. Mount Tavurvur, in the town of Rabaul in East New Britain province, erupted at 3 a.m. Friday morning, local...Show More Summary

ABC and Fairfax smear sceptic, shill for green carpetbaggers

Note how the Sydney Morning Herald frames the debate: Tony Abbott has been given cover to break an…

Paper: Long ‘pauses’ in warming will soon be ‘a thing of the past’

Eric Worrall writes: The Sydney Morning Herald has a hilarious article claiming that one day, long embarrassing pauses in the global temperature record will be a ‘thing of the past’. According to Nicola Maher, a UNSW PhD-candidate and lead author of the paper “When it does cool, it will not be enough to overcome the…

LMFAO Singer Redfoo 'Glassed' in Australian Nightspot

SYDNEY — LMFAO singer Redfoo has described his shock at being "glassed" in a Sydney nightspot early on Thursday morning. The 39-year-old American entertainer, who is a judge of Australia's version of the reality show The X-Factor, was at the Golden Sheaf Hotel in Sydney at 12:30 a.m. Show More Summary

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