Thursday Apr 17
Royals to visit Bear Cottage children's hospice
The Royal couple will spend the third day of their Australian tour in Sydney, visiting The Royal Easter Show and the Bear Cottage children's hospice in Manly.
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Thursday Apr 17
William And Kate Meet Oz Bushfire Victims
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have spent their first full day in Australia sightseeing as well as meeting victims of last year's devastating bushfires.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Australian state premier quits over wine...
A leading Australian politician resigned Wednesday after admitting to a "massive memory fail" when he told a corruption inquiry he never received a bottle of wine worth Aus$3,000 .
Royals touch down in Australia
WILLIAM and Kate were due to be greeted this afternoon by Premier Barry O'Farrell.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
UNE appoints new head of School of Rural Medicine
Professor Doherty has twenty years' experience working in rural hospitals across New South Wales, most recently as a Visiting Medical Officer at Tamworth Base Hospital.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Craig Bellamy during a Storm training session on Friday.
Melbourne Storm has been talking defence all week but when the players run out against St George-Illawarra at AAMI Park on Monday night they will have to translate their words into actions.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Peter Dutton considers plan to withhold family tax benefits if children aren't immunised
An expert has warned the Federal Government that withholding tax benefits from families who choose not to immunise their children is unlikely to achieve real change.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Israel Folau tipped for NSW Waratahs return, Ben Volavola called into squad as injury cover
Israel Folau is expected to make his return while injuries to Peter Betham and Alofa Alofa forced the New South Wales Waratahs to call up a replacement for Saturday's Super Rugby conference derby with the in-form Western Force.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Travel: A long fly but big gains to be made Down Under
SKY AT NIGHT: Surfers at Manly Beach take in the red evening sky. With a vibrant mix of cultures, each bringing their own authentic dishes, Sydney is a foodies' paradise, but be prepared to pay big as the booming mining and property industries make the city one of the most expensive on the planet Beware the Sydney Stone, read the line in the email.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
The Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountains are situated about 50 kms and 45 minutes to the west of Sydney, the capital city of New South Wales.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
10-shilling note from 1800s sells for Australian record $334,000 at Sydney auction
Australia's oldest paper money will be staying on Australian soil after fetching a record price at auction at the State Library in Sydney.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
AGL appeals MacGen veto
AGL Energy is once more going head-to-head with the national competition regulator over a contested acquisition, lodging an appeal against the watchdog's veto of its $1.5 billion takeover of New South Wales electricity producer Macquarie Generation.
Sinodinos warned fellow directors 'may be dishonest'
MARK COLVIN: The former head of Sydney Water says she warned the Liberal Senator Arthur Sinodinos to "be careful with the company he was keeping" when he was on the board of a firm that's now at the centre of a corruption inquiry.