Sydney, Australia Travel Newswire (Page 9)

Sydney, Australia Travel Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Linguist who changed the way languages are taughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | The Age

    Although far too modest to admit it, Emeritus Professor Michael Alexander Kirkwood Halliday, who has died at Manly aged 93, extended the work of Charles Darwin and Karl Marx by drawing the study of language and 'meaning' further into the natural and social sciences. Halliday was born at Leeds in Yorkshire on April 13, 1925.

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  2. 'Force' against China: Pacific islands Super Rugby team eyed to counter Beijing influence in regionRead the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | The Standard

    The New Zealand government revealed it has examined the possibility of setting up a Pacific islands Super Rugby team, reportedly to help offset China's rising influence in the region.The team would be known as "Pacific Force" and feature a combination of players from Fiji, Samoa and Tonga, New Zealand's TV3 reported.The Suva-based side would play home matches in all three countries as well as Auck... The New Zealand government revealed it has examined the possibility of setting up a Pacific islands Super Rugby team, reportedly to help offset China's rising influence in the region. The team would be known as "Pacific Force" and feature a combination of players from Fiji, Samoa and Tonga, New Zealand's TV3 reported.

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  3. Less than 5000 tickets left for Manly match against WarriorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Scoop

    The tickets for the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles fixture against the Vodafone Warriors in Christchurch continue to sell fast and with four weeks to kick-off, less than 5000 seats are still available. Match organiser Justin Wallace expects a full house on June 9 and says he is pleased the sports fans in Canterbury got behind the game.

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  4. Schoolbags not linked to back pain in children: studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Schoolbag use doesn't appear to increase the risk of back pain in children and adolescents, according to an Australian review of previous studies. A young girl sitting in a shopping trolley looks at schoolbags in a school stationery section at a supermarket in Nice August 23, 2012.

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  5. Luxury watch Longines finds time for Collins StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | The Age

    A draft design for a potential makeover of a Collins Street shopfront has convinced international luxury watch retailer Longines to commit to its first flagship Melbourne store. The Swiss watchmaker will set up its first Australian stand-alone store at 256 Collins Street, joining a growing list of global luxury retailers leasing on the street.

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  6. 'Like ringing mum for a lift': all-female rideshare service Shebah launches in CanberraRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | The Age

    No need to call your mum next time you stumble out of Mooseheads in the early hours of the morning - all-female rideshare service Shebah has officially launched in Canberra and it's the next best thing. Founded in Melbourne last year by former ABC breakfast host, comedian and mother of four, Georgina McEncroe, Shebah employs female drivers and only accepts women and primary school-aged children as passengers.

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  7. Melbourne: People power saved our Queen Vic MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | The Age

    To submit a letter to The Age, email letters@theage.com.au. Please include your home address and telephone number Friends of Queen Victoria Market, along with the support of the majority of its traders, have been fighting against the Melbourne City Council/Robert Doyle-driven agenda for the past four years.

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  8. Langham Hospitality Group Names New CEO With Expansion on the AgendaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Skift

    Can the new CEO manage to grow the Langham and Cordis brands on a larger scale? That's the bigger task that lies ahead for Leser. Stefan Leser, the former group CEO at Jumeirah International, has been named CEO of the hotel company which has nearly 40 hotels worldwide under the brands Langham Hotels and Cordis Hotels.

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  9. 'Pessimistic' millennials fear they won't be as happy as their parentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Siobhan Joffe says the Australian dream of owning a house is so far out of reach that she softens the blow by spending her money on eating out and travel. A new survey has found Australian millennials like her are pessimistic about the future with only about 35 per cent believing they will be happier than their parents.

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  10. Pay rise is top priority for workers, but less likely than they thinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Employees and their employers are not on the same page when it comes to pay rises in the coming year but that's not going to stop worker asking for a bit more in their hip pocket, that's the key finding in a survey of more than 3000 workplaces around the country. According to the annual Hay's Salary Guide just under two-thirds of employers plan to give skilled employees a pay rise of less than three per cent and just over ten per cent will not increase salaries at all.

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  11. Share This on TwitterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Hotel Online

    Cvent Inc., a market leader in meetings, events, and hospitality technology, today announced the results of its Top 50 Meeting Hotels in Asia Pacific . The list was compiled by analysing group booking activity through its Cvent Supplier Network , which sourced more than $14.7 billion and more than 40 million room nights in 2017, helping to support more than 715,000 events worldwide.

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  12. Lood and Lizo blow for BullsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Iol.co.za

    The Springboks have been plunged into a crisis at lock after Bulls lock Lood de Jager was ruled out for at least four months due to a torn pectoral muscle suffered in the derby against the Sharks on Saturday. De Jager joins Springbok captain and Stormers lock Eben Etzebeth - out due to back and shoulder injuries - on the sidelines.

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  13. Regina Spektor announces Melbourne and Sydney shows: All you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Daily Mail

    After six long years, the Soviet-born American singer, Regina Spektor returns to Australia for two special performances in July, 2018. Spektor last visited the land down under back in 2012 to support her sixth studio album, What We Saw from the Cheap Seats.

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  14. Three Models Reflect on Asian Representation in Beauty for Our First-Ever Hair GuideRead the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Allure

    A trio of women at the top of their game reflect on the signature hairstyles that helped get them there. Makeup in the best case carries a little bit of magic with it.

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  15. $90,000 donation brings fresh heart to new cardiac cath labRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Border Mail

    Rotary Club of Albury's $90,000 donation brings fresh heart to Albury Wodonga Health's new cardiac catheter laboratory HEALTHY INTEREST: Albury Wodonga Health's Leigh McJames and Rotary Club of Albury president Jean Burke in the soon-to-be completed cath lab. Picture: KYLIE ESLER Albury Wodonga Health this week welcomed the cardiologist who will help develop its new heart service due to begin in July.

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  16. 'Have a dildo, will travel': Lea DeLaria on meeting queer women in AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Sydney Star Observer

    "I wasn't on our [Mardi Gras] float for five minutes before girls from other floats came over to make out with me." , but she's also a talented and accomplished jazz singer, with five records to her name, as well as two comedy albums.

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  17. Bunbury takes crown as most expensive regional city to get around inRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | The Age

    Bunbury has pipped Geelong as the most expensive regional city in the country to get around in, according to the latest Australian Automobile Association figures. The association's quarterly transport affordability index looks at the transport costs for people living in capital cities and large regional centres The most recent report revealed transport costs for the average Bunbury household had increased by $379 a year to $15,300.

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  18. Australian baby formula stored behind counter at Coles and WoolworthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Daily Mail

    Woolworths joins Coles in storing baby formula next to cigarettes and in locked storeroom cages in a bid to stop Chinese raiders from clearing shelves and selling overseas for profit The baby formula war is heating up as Woolworths and Coles move the product behind the counter and lock it away with cigarettes to stop raiders buying it and selling for a huge profit in China . Australian mothers have been left furious after not being able to find baby formula due to daigou, or Chinese buyers, clearing the shelves and selling it for a profit online overseas.

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  19. MAFS Davina Rankin hits back at ex Ryan GallagherRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Daily Mail

    Run-down corner of south-east London set for a A 3bn facelift with 3,000 new homes, skyscrapers and shopping complex Bank boss warns of worsening hacking problem with more than A 750bn of dirty money in the system each year Touchdown for the A 110billion betting bonanza on U.S. sport: Supreme Court lifts 26-year gambling ban with bookmakers set to cash in EXCLUSIVE: 'All the girls on the show are disgusted, no wonder I wanted a divorce!' Married At First Sight's Davina Rankin SLAMS Ryan Gallagher after the tradie claimed he slept with Ashley Irvin during his stand-up show Married At First Sight's Davina Rankin has sensationally hit back at her 'ex-husband' Ryan Gallagher after the stand-up comedian claimed he slept with Ashley Irvin.

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  20. The best airfare deals to buy during Click Frenzy Mayhem 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Daily Mail

    Flights to Norfolk Island for $219 and $499 to book a 14-day Canada tour: The best airfare deals to buy during Click Frenzy - but you'll have to be quick If you've been thinking about splurging on an overseas holiday - or are just looking to escape the Aussie winter - now is the time to book. With Click Frenzy's annual sale set to launch online at 7pm tonight for 24-hours, a host of travel companies have put forth their best deals to take you to Canada , Sri Lanka, Alaska and Norfolk Island.

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