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Pakistani Businessman Erects Asia’s Largest Bulletproof Cross in Karachi (VIDEO)

Pakistani businessman Parvez Henry Gill is erecting Asia’s largest bulletproof cross in Karachi, Pakistan. The 14 storey cross is nearly complete. The Sydney Morning Herald reported: Pakistani businessman Parvez Henry Gill says he was sleeping when God crashed into one … Continue reading ?

Dig wrap-up

INTERVIEW: Homeland creator Gideon Raff talks Dig (Michael Idato, Sydney Morning Herald ).The series was created by Heroes writer Tim Kring and Homeland writer Gideon Raff, and while both may pour a sense of cinematic adventure intoShow More Summary

Is Rebel Wilson 29, 35, or a 36-Year-Old Liar Named Melanie Bownds?

Depending on who you believe, the woman currently starring in Pitch Perfect 2 as Fat Amy is either a 29-year-old named Rebel Wilson, a 35-year-old named Rebel Wilson, or a 36-year-old named Melanie Bownds. The Sydney Morning Herald (whose...Show More Summary

Fitzsimons and the ultimate case of blame-the-victim

Peter Fitzsimons, Sydney Morning Herald columnist and fellow of Sydney University’s Senate, likes Christianity to the Islamic State:

West Belconnen needs infrastructure before housing expansion

4 days agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

Reading this Sydney Morning Herald article about central Sydney, I wonder what the exact plans are for expanding housing in West Belconnen. It would be good if the ACT government upgraded infrastructure before 11,000 new homes are built in the Macgregor-Holt area. A 50m indoor pool at Kippax, a third supermarket at Kippax (Coles or Costco), an ACT government [...]

There are animals raining from the sky in Australia and it's way worse than frogs.

4 days agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

Mother of God, why? This is spider country. (photo via Sydney Morning Herald) Next time you complain about overcast weather, just remember that the skies could be darkened by clouds and clouds of horrifying arachnids. Earlier this month "millions and millions" of baby spiders rained from the skies in southern New South Wales, Australia. Show More Summary

The good news is the Herald thinks I don’t look silly enough

I get that the Sydney Morning Herald was keen to make me look like a naughty boy, and not serious at all. But…

Sydney Morning Hypocrite

The Sydney Morning Herald in 2013: Yet it is the kind of abuse Gillard has had…

Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight Reveals Other Wreckage

An underwater vehicle captured images of an uncharted shipwreck in the Indian Ocean while searching for MH370, according to The Sydney Morning Herald. Images taken by an automated underwater vehicle and analysed this week reveal several man made objects including an anchor, and a box-shaped object about six metres long. Black rocks scattered across the […]

Glencore Calls for Price Regulation in Newcastle Port

 Coal mining giant Glencore has now applied to have the competition watchdog oversee pricing in the  newly privatised Port of Newcastle, reports  The Sydney Morning Herald.

‘Mad Max’ Halts Traffic In Australia, Plus, What Newbies Need To Know About The Movie

Residents from Sydney, Australia can anticipate huge traffic delays in and around the city today thanks to the movie, Mad Max: Fury Road. According to Australia’s Transport Management Center and the Sydney Morning Herald, the Cahill Expressway will be closed between 10 a.m. Show More Summary

Yes, dear Greens and Herald journalists: there really is a “death cult”

Yesterday the Sydney Morning Herald - in an astonishingly trite, sneering and inaccurate article - mocked…

Australia: “New South Wales Public Library System Now at Crisis Point”

From the Sydney Morning Herald: Originally the state government paid half the cost of public libraries in NSW. By 1980 this had dwindled to 23.5 per cent. Now it is less than 8 cents in every dollar with councils picking up nearly 93 per cent of the bill. The NSW Public Libraries Association says the […]

Herald’s latest pathetic attack on Abbott

Last week the Sydney Morning Herald continued its hysterical campaign against Tony Abbott by

Around Town - Winter Solstice at Elizabeth Bay House

20-21 Jun Sydney sees some spectacular sunrises across the eastern ’burbs, but there’s one house that claims to have the most magnificent morning display and...

Hawke’s proof: it’s only bad if a Liberal does it

The Sydney Morning Herald admires the beer-swilling Bob Hawke: With…

UN demands Australia stop mining coal

Guest essay by Eric Worrall UN climate chief Christiana Figueres has stated that Australia must stop mining coal. According to the Sydney Morning Herald; Speaking at a conference in Melbourne on Wednesday, Christiana Figueres drew a parallel between Australia and the oil kingdom [Saudi Arabia] as countries that would need to diversify their economies as…

Steam prices in Australia could rise by 10% due to new tax

Australian residents may see an increase of digital game prices on Steam if new tax is to pass. According to a report on The Sydney Morning Herald, the Australian federal government is set to introduce a new tax on what it refers to as imported ‘intangible’ digital goods, such as downloadable music, ebooks, videos, and […]

Peter Hartcher’s vile smear

The author of this piece, the Sydney Morning Herald’s Peter Hartcher, suggested - falsely and disgracefully - on 2GB a few minutes ago that this…

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