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2014/07/31 22:36
2014/07/31 22:36
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SYDNEY and Melbourne have long vied to be recognised as the nation's cultural capital. It's a fair bet, though, that no one expected a row about rival milk crates. Giant milk crates, that is. Works...
2014/07/31 22:36
2014/07/31 22:36
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2014/07/31 21:17
2014/07/31 21:17
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DINERS at any decent restaurant within cooee of Nambour or Caloundra this weekend could see Paul Hogan perusing the menu. Hoges, who went from Sydney Harbour Bridge painter to national television...
2014/07/31 18:37
2014/07/31 18:37
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It’s a fair bet, though, that no one expected a row about rival milk crates. Giant milk crates, that is. Works of art. Hany Armanious is an Egyptian-born, Sydney-based artist who – together with...
2014/07/31 14:31
2014/07/31 14:31
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IMPENDING fatherhood is dampening some of the anguish Dave Dennis is going through this week, being forced to watch the grand final from the stands after his season-ending injury. Dennis has opened...
2014/07/31 08:51
2014/07/31 08:51
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Retired grandmother Joyce Hughes describes her life as “lovely and stress-free” – but is more than happy doing something out of the ordinary from time to time. Joyce has just completed a jump from an...
2014/07/30 18:45
2014/07/30 18:45
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IT’S one of the realities of human nature that people will always be quick to criticise new public art installations. IT’S one of the realities of human nature that people will always be quick to...
2014/07/30 00:24
2014/07/30 00:24
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I don’t know if Sydney’s proposed new sculptures will turn out to be brilliant or bad. But I know that the loudest popular opinions have no idea either, rather like the knee-jerk reaction business...
2014/07/29 21:18
2014/07/29 21:18
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Building the stage for the lakeside production of Aida in Bregenz, Austria, in 2011. Photo: Leinnart Preiss/AFP EXCLUSIVE The Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge may have to play second fiddle to...
2014/07/29 20:48
2014/07/29 20:48
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George Street sculpture divides Sydneysiders Sydney Council’s plans to adorn the CBD with $8 million worth of sculptures variously described as “awe-inspiring” and “whimsical” have left few people...
2014/07/29 03:42
2014/07/29 03:42
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So Sydney is to have an arch. It's probably about time. Arches are some of the oldest, most basic, most viscerally appealing structures we have. Even bowerbirds know the virtues of a good arch, making...
2014/07/28 21:26
2014/07/28 21:26
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Sydney transitions 1914-2014: Digital montages from a pre-war city to a 21st century metropolis Photo: Pitt Street, Sydney, looking south from Rowe Street, was as busy a thoroughfare in 1914 as...
2014/07/28 18:55
2014/07/28 18:55
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PAUL Hogan wants to create an atmosphere of intimate family storytelling during his Tamworth show tonight, but he didn’t expect to be sharing memories with a local flesh-and-blood relative. LONG...
2014/07/28 12:16
2014/07/28 12:16
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MANLY is in crisis. Word is the players no longer trust the coach, the coach no longer trusts the board, the fullback doesn’t like the half-back, everyone has a grudge against the CEO, the water boy...
2014/07/28 07:42
2014/07/28 07:42
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... Who needs TV anyway when you have South Coast newspapers bringing you online stories and news all day and good old papers being published most days of the week. Let's do it again tomorrow...
2014/07/28 01:17
2014/07/28 01:17
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AUCKLAND'S amazing natural setting makes it one big playground for thrill seekers, with action and adventure all around. Best of all, you don't have to go far to find it. In the heart of the city,...
2014/07/27 20:42
2014/07/27 20:42
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... Good morning and welcome to our regional morning report, the South Coast Brekkie Wrap! Over the next few hours we will be bringing you as much information as possible from across the NSW South...
2014/07/27 11:59
2014/07/27 11:59
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Despite concerted efforts has Vathuruthy once again missed the development bus? In the first stirrings of development of the city, during the 1920-30s, when the shipping channel was carved and...
2014/07/27 09:34
2014/07/27 09:34
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STREAMLINED: Wild Oats XI will be the most prominent yacht racing at this year’s Audi Hamilton Race Week, simply because of her size. Photo by Andrea Francolini / Audi. THE world's most successful...
2014/07/27 02:29
2014/07/27 02:29
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AUSTRALIA’S ‘first lady of fitness’ Michelle Bridges will do whatever it takes to make sure her team of runners all get over the line. She will be head coach to a group of 30 budding athletes doing...
2014/07/27 00:17
2014/07/27 00:17
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Heal The Bush: ‘We’re sick of paying to get treatment’ Wagga’s Shannon McKnight, 17, and her whole family has uprooted to be with her in Sydney for the next six months as she battles leukaemia....
2014/07/31 22:36
2014/07/31 22:36
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