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The Morning News: Trump Now Confirms He IS Being Investigated, Amazon Acquires Whole Foods

by Sydney Brownstone FAKE NEWS. FAKE. NEWS. The Stranger Trump Tweets That He's Being Investigated: Is it fake news no more? "I am being investigated for firing the FBI Director by the man who told me to fire the FBI Director! Witch Hunt," Trump tweeted at 6:07 a.m. Show More Summary

Breaking: China Eastern Flight Emergency Landing

According to sources including the South China Morning Post, a China Eastern A330 has returned to Sydney safely after discovering a massive hole in the port side engine cowling. There has not been any indication of what has caused the...Show More Summary

The Morning News: British Conservatives Lose Majority, Hope Springs Eternal

2 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Sydney Brownstone Not so fast, Trump-adjacent Brexit fans. Rawpixel/Getty Brexit Voters Lose Bigly: In an election upset that will have consequences for Europe, Russia, the US, and power alliances across the globe, British voters on Thursday ousted Conservatives as the majority party and gave Labour an extra 33 seats. Show More Summary

Sam Claflin Reveals He's 'Insecure' After Being Body Shamed On Film Sets!

Female actresses aren't the only ones to be body shamed in the industry. Sam Claflin made sure to address that fact during a recent interview with The Sydney Morning Herald. Although the British actor put his deliciously sculpted abs on display for the Hunger Games franchise and in Me Before You, he's actually pretty "insecure" about [...]

Martina Navratilova Livid After Margaret Court Praises Apartheid Regime And Says LGBTQI’s Are ‘All The Devil’

In an open letter published in the Sydney Morning Herald, Martina Navratilova lashed out at 74-year-old Australian tennis legend Margaret Court for her “unabashed racist statements” and a spate of homophobic and racist remarks. Among...Show More Summary

Martina Navratilova Pens Scathing Letter Slamming 'Homophobic,' 'Racist' Tennis Star

Martina Navratilova is taking on Margaret Court, but this is hardly a friendly scrimmage match. The tennis great published an op-ed in The Sydney Morning Herald today slamming Court as a “racist and a homophobe” who is “demonising trans...Show More Summary

AUSTRALIA: Martina Navratilova Pens Open Letter To Sports Arena Named For Homophobe Margaret Court

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

This morning the Australian press published an open letter from Martina Navratilova to the arena named for fellow tennis legend and raging homophobe Margaret Court. From the Sydney Morning Herald: Dear Margaret Court Arena, Sporting venues named for athletes, or any place, really, named for whoever, are so named for one reason. Show More Summary

Watch Fleet Foxes’ Entire Show at the Sydney Opera House Here

Today in Sydney, Fleet Foxes performed their final show at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney Australia, concluding a four night string of shows at the venue. The concert was livestreamed via Facebook this morning at 6 am EST, and its available to restream in full below. The show features new tracks from their forthcoming […]

Watch Fleet Foxes’ Sydney Opera House Concert In Full

4 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Fleet Foxes played the last show of a four-night run at the very cool-looking Sydney Opera House last night. The band played a number of songs from their upcoming album Crack-Up and a cover of the Bee Gees' "In The Morning," and they livestreamed the entire concert on Facebook. Watch the whole thing below starting…

The Morning News: Trump Meets the Pope He Criticized, 3 Men Arrested in Connection to Manchester Bombing

last monthUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Sydney Brownstone Can't imagine the Popemobile will be to Trump's liking. Or maybe it will! DJMcCoy/Getty Trump, Meet Pope: Oh god, oh god, oh god. He's at the Vatican. Take it away, New York Times: Around 8:20 a.m., under a crystalline...Show More Summary

Steven Gerrard & Jamie Carragher post about playing for Liverpool again

Sydney FC 0 – Liverpool 3 Liverpool completed their season with a 3-0 win over Sydney FC on Wednesday morning. The post-season game featured a fine atmosphere as over 72,000 packed into the ANZ Stadium to see a mixture of first team stars, youngsters and Liverpool legends. Goals from Daniel Sturridge, Alberto Moreno and Roberto […]

Team Performance Might Depend On Their Rhythm Method

New research from the University of Sydney suggests the differing biorhythms of team members should be considered when putting together an optimal team. We all know some of us are “morning people” while others are "night owls”. But how many of us consider that when putting together a team? More »      

Massive Flight Delays At Aussie Airports Today Due To Passport IT Systems Failure

A passport systems shutdown has forced the closure of all international check-in and customs desks at Sydney Airport this morning, and the problem stretches to other international airports around Australia. The problem has been resolved, but there will be knock-on effects for at least the next few hours. More »      

Reports: IT Issue Causes Global Shutdown Of Airport Passport Systems

A passport systems shutdown forced the closure of all check in and customs desks at Sydney Airport this morning, and now reports are surfacing of the issue spreading worldwide. Melbourne Airport has confirmed "the system is still down, and we don't yet have an ETA for return to normal." More »      

Australian senator breastfeeds baby on floor of Parliament

An Australian senator has made history by breastfeeding her infant daughter on the floor of the country's Parliament. The Sydney Morning Herald reports Sen. Larissa Waters returned to Parliament on … Click to Continue »

Australian arts face media wipeout

2 months agoMusic / Classical : Slipped Disc

The Fairfax newspaper group – which owns the Sydney Morning Herald and the Melbourne Age – plans to fire 125 journalists.. Among them are all arts, film and books writers, as well as the two deputy arts editors. The journalists have gone on strike. The outlook is bleak. Whatever settlement is finally reached there will […]

Sydney Morning Herald And Melbourne's The Age Axe All Arts Writers

2 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

The elimination of all staff positions for arts writers and deputy arts editors is part of a recently announced layoff of a quarter of all newsroom employees at the Fairfax Media chain's print papers. In response, all journalists at the papers have gone on a weeklong strike.

David Lynch Likely Done With Filmmaking

The Sydney Morning Herald sat down with David Lynch recently for an interview and spoke about a number of topics. The most important revelation in the article was a brief comment from the famed director about his future in cinema. According to David Lynch, his movie, Inland Empire, will be his last. Show More Summary

David Lynch Says He Is Done Making Movies

In a new interview with The Sydney Morning Herald, David Lynch says that, after directing classics like Blue Velvet and Mulholland Drive, he is no longer interested in making feature films. Lynch suggests that his experience workingShow More Summary

A Deliberate Front-Page Typo? Australia Media Watchers Debate

Think of this, potentially, as trickle-down journalist anger. Sydney morning herald - how do u spell economy? -- Helen Vatsikopoulos (@Hellonvee) May 5, 2017 At the top of today's front page of the Sydney Morning Herald, the word economy is misspelled in the headline as "Ecomomy." Under normal circumstances, this might be seen simply...

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