Publication: The Australian

First reported 16 hours ago - Updated 36 mins ago - 1 reports

Guess who lost the Indonesia spy row

SINCE our friends at Aunty and Fairfax are keen on apologies, we’d be happy to get one. Sour! Tanya Plibersek, TheSydney Morning Herald, November 11, 2013:THE Abbott government has turned (our) relationship with Indonesia sour ... this is hardly a surprise ... [Published The Australian - 16 hours ago]
First reported 15 hours ago - Updated 15 hours ago - 1 reports

Off the hook

THIS new world is wondrous. The post-caffeine existence. It’s bizarrely even, calm. Scary, shouty mum seems to have disappeared. Thank God. I was beginning to think she was settling in for the long term. Uninterrupted nights of sleep have returned. And ... [Published The Australian - 15 hours ago]
First reported 16 hours ago - Updated 16 hours ago - 1 reports

NBN expensive way to offer souped-up TV

Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright in House of Cards. Picture: Showtime Source: Supplied WE have seen the future and it is watching Kevin Spacey and cats on the National Broadband Network. According to research for this week’s Vertigan report, Australians ... [Published The Australian - 16 hours ago]
First reported 16 hours ago - Updated 16 hours ago - 1 reports

Uni forced to repay cells grant

THE Queensland University of Technology will repay a $275,000 research grant after one of its academics knowingly provided “misleading and incorrect” information on her stem cell research over five years. The investigation also found her “failures to ... [Published The Australian - 16 hours ago]
First reported 16 hours ago - Updated 16 hours ago - 1 reports

Scholarships open clearer path

Zieha Flick and James Widders-Leece have opportunities they never imagined. Source: News Limited STUDYING at one of Australia’s elite universities is a prospect that Zieha Flick and James Widders-Leece would have thought impossible not long ago. The 17-year-olds, ... [Published The Australian - 16 hours ago]
First reported 17 hours ago - Updated 17 hours ago - 1 reports

Compelling time travellers

Ethan Hawke in the Spierig brothers’ latest film, Predestination. Source: Supplied ‘WHEN I was a kid we respected our parents. We didn’t eat them.” This cherishable line of dialogue comes from Undead (2002), a low-budget Australian zombie-alien cult movie ... [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
First reported Aug 28 2014 - Updated 17 hours ago - 2 reports

That photo vilified Israel

SONJA Karkar might well plead inadvertency as the reason for misrepresenting a photo of dead Syrian children as being that of Palestinian children from Gaza (Letters, 29/8). But in the meantime, the shot went viral, Israel was outrageously vilified, and ... [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
First reported 17 hours ago - Updated 17 hours ago - 1 reports

Stop chasing trophy bottles on the cheap

A genuine bottle of Latour - note the label is not made with biro and pencil. Source: News Limited I FORGED a wine once. Back in the early 1990s I was working at a bottle shop with a small selection of posh booze. A few old Granges, a couple of expensive ... [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
First reported 17 hours ago - Updated 17 hours ago - 1 reports

Properly seasoned for cooking iron

Fonte Tough Love cast iron pan by Mark Henry. Source: Supplied FIRST, a declaration. I was given a new frying pan, a naked piece of brutally functional cast iron. For review, I guess you’d say. And I like it a lot. But before this lump of (Australian) ... [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
Entities: Cast Iron, Iron, Mark Henry
First reported 17 hours ago - Updated 17 hours ago - 1 reports

Weak civics ethos fails to build unity

Festive scenes in southwest Sydney: better civics education could enhance unity in Australia’s multicultural society. Picture: Jeremy Piper Source: News Corp Australia Brothers Mohammed and Ahmed Elomar chose jihadism after a suburban upbringing in Sydney ... [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
First reported 17 hours ago - Updated 17 hours ago - 1 reports

Very French, very Guillaume

The bill at Guillaume, in Sydney’s Paddington. Source: Supplied ONLINE booking site Dimmi reported this month that diners spend more in Paddington restaurants than they do at venues in any other Sydney suburb, splurging an average $81 a head. And that ... [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
First reported 17 hours ago - Updated 17 hours ago - 1 reports

Little NNQ, Adelaide

Little NNQ in Adelaide: it might just become your new favourite. Picture: Keturah de Klerk Source: Supplied MY favourite Vietnamese restaurant has a scary matron. Severe hair, assertive eyebrows and a permanent scowl. Big, too, in those heels. Cross her ... [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]

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Off the hook [Published The Australian - 15 hours ago]
Guess who lost the Indonesia spy row [Published The Australian - 16 hours ago]
NBN expensive way to offer souped-up TV [Published The Australian - 16 hours ago]
Scholarships open clearer path [Published The Australian - 16 hours ago]
Uni forced to repay cells grant [Published The Australian - 16 hours ago]
Compelling time travellers [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
Properly seasoned for cooking iron [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
Stop chasing trophy bottles on the cheap [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
Little NNQ, Adelaide [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
Very French, very Guillaume [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
Weak civics ethos fails to build unity [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
That photo vilified Israel [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
Renewables just another industry [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
Last Post, August 30-31 [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
Partners in time [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
Song(s) of joy [Published The Australian - 17 hours ago]
Staff concerned over ‘secret’ ABC cuts plan [Published The Australian - Aug 29 2014]
Google blocks privacy apps [Published The Australian - Aug 29 2014]
Apple confirms September 9 launch [Published The Australian - Aug 28 2014]
When Aunty catches up she’s confused [Published The Australian - Aug 28 2014]
Survey on SSAF open to abuse [Published The Australian - Aug 28 2014]
Status quo not an option: Harding [Published The Australian - Aug 28 2014]
Photo could create climate of revenge [Published The Australian - Aug 28 2014]
Turkey pulls its weight in terror fight [Published The Australian - Aug 28 2014]
Australia’s oil dependency is rising [Published The Australian - Aug 28 2014]
Harrison to succeed Britt as IAB chair [Published The Australian - Aug 28 2014]
Digital radio reaches 21pc of listening [Published The Australian - Aug 28 2014]
GoPro cameras record your dog’s day out [Published The Australian - Aug 27 2014]
Uni fears ‘nuclear strike’ scenario [Published The Australian - Aug 27 2014]
Article got LH Martin work ‘wrong’ [Published The Australian - Aug 27 2014]
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