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The Morning News: Now's the Time to Stand Up for Trans Students in Washington State.

2 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Sydney Brownstone Anti-trans activists are targeting Washington students like Myles Peña, pictured above. Come to a rally in Tacoma this Saturday to support trans students and their families. SB Washington Lawmakers Slam Trump's Attack...Show More Summary

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.

Essendon B200 crash similar to Sydney disaster in 1980

The Essendon plane crash this morning is the third disaster involving King Airs in Australia The post Essendon B200 crash similar to Sydney disaster in 1980 appeared first on Plane Talking.

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!

Sydney Airport publishes more ransom notes in general media

That whining noise you hear in Sydney this morning doesn't comes from jet engines but the owners of the city's airport The post Sydney Airport publishes more ransom notes in general media appeared first on Plane Talking.

The Morning News: A Detained Dreamer's Tattoo and the UW Shooter's Wiped Cell Phone

by Sydney Brownstone According to Daniel Ramirez Medina's lawyer, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials accused Ramirez Medina of being a gang member because of a tattoo that read "La Paz BCS," or La Paz, Baja California Sur, where he was born. Show More Summary

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

The Morning News: SPD Sued Over Arrest of Young Black Man, Another City Pulls Its Money from Wells Fargo

2 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Sydney Brownstone According to the lawsuit, Sean Perryman was the only black person present during the scuffle. SPD Seattle Police Sued Over 2015 Arrest at Rhino Room: Honor student Sean Perryman spent a weekend in jail after trying to mediate a fight outside the Rhino Room in 2015. Show More Summary

The Morning News: Army Clears Way for Dakota Access Pipeline, Mayor Announces Site for 24-Hour Shelter

2 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Heidi Groover Standing Rock in September. Sydney Brownstone Army Approves Dakota Access Pipeline: "The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has granted an easement allowing the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under the Missouri River north...Show More Summary

Rugby-Former Wallaby Higginbotham charged with police assault

SYDNEY, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Former Australia number eight Scott Higginbotham has been charged with assaulting an officer after being arrested at a police station in Brisbane in the early hours of Sunday morning.

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

The Morning News: Bremerton Councilwoman Arrested in DC at Sessions Hearing, Mayor Releases Police Reform Package

3 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Sydney Brownstone THIS IS BULLSHIT: And Leslie Daugs (second from left) is an American hero. Bremerton City Council "This Is Bullshit!" Speaking this particular truth to power got Bremerton Councilwoman Leslie Daugs arrested on Tuesday...Show More Summary

Seattle Moves Closer to Divesting $3 Billion from Wells Fargo Because of the Bank's Dakota Access Pipeline Support

3 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Sydney Brownstone Hundreds gathered outside City Hall this morning to demonstrate in support of the city divesting from Wells Fargo. SB In a moved spurred largely by Wells Fargo’s financing of the Dakota Access pipeline project, Seattle...Show More Summary

The Morning News: Aspiring Serial Killer Botches First Try, City Council Considers Wells Fargo Divestment

3 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Sydney Brownstone If you search "knife" and "woman" on commercial photo servers, most of what you get are photos of women cooking. Sorry. aijohn784/Getty A 24-Year-Old Woman Allegedly Tried and Failed to Become a Serial Killer: The Seattle Times has the scoop. Show More Summary

Washington State's Attorney General Is Suing the Trump Administration Over Its Travel Ban

3 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Sydney Brownstone "We will not be intimidated," Washington State Governor Jay Inslee told a room full of reporters and Attorney General's Office employees this morning as AG Bob Ferguson announced the lawsuit. SB The state of Washington...Show More Summary

American & Qantas End Codeshare & Miles Earning on LAX-SYD Flights

American and Qantas this morning jointly announced that they will end codesharing between Los Angeles (LAX) and Sydney (SYD) effective February 1st. At that time, Qantas members will no longer earn miles on American operated LAX-SYD-LAX flights. Show More Summary

The Morning News: Federal Way Lawmaker Calls Protesting Trump "unAmerican" and "unChristian"

last monthUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Sydney Brownstone Washington State Senator Mark Miloscia is up for re-election in 2018. WALEG Welcome to Your Fascist USA: Washington State Senator Mark Miloscia, a legislator who has consistently opposed LGBTQ civil rights and women's...Show More Summary

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

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'

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."

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