Month: February 2018

tvnewsaustralia February 28, 2018

Priscilla, the Queen of the Desert’s sequins, glitter and feather boas, are set to return to the popular Imperial Hotel, Erskineville in Sydney’s inner west which, like all drag queens of a certain age, has undergone a facelift. Having been the venue where parts of the famous movie were filmed, it fell into disrepair and […]

tvnewsaustralia February 28, 2018

A decade after being put onto the drawing board, a two-kilometre second airport runway that will attract 2 million extra visitors each year to Queensland, generate 2200 jobs and $4 billion in revenue begins on Thursday morning on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. On Thursday morning, civil infrastructure giant John Holland Group will be announced by Sunshine […]

tvnewsaustralia February 28, 2018

‘‘As for choosing to retire at Bells, I’ve always had in mind that my last event on tour was going to be Bells. That’s basically where I started my career, it was my first-ever championship tour win, and I feel really connected down there.’’ Fanning joined the tour full-time in 2002 and that year won […]

tvnewsaustralia February 28, 2018

“An editor who was considering my work commented very thoroughly on my body type as a possible personal advantage of working with me,” the author said. “I’ve been harassed by NYT bestseller males,” said another aspiring author. “This is not a one man problem but I got the feeling he/they thought they were entitled to […]

tvnewsaustralia February 28, 2018

THERE aren’t enough young women working in Australian politics and today Liberal Senator Michaelia Cash did her utmost to ensure that won’t change. During a Senate Estimates hearing, Senator Cash was being asked legitimate questions about the employment of her new chief of staff when she lashed out in the most bizarre way. “If you […]

tvnewsaustralia February 28, 2018

Play 01:22 Wessels: South Africa will target Smith and Warner Australia will take the same team that lifted the Ashes urn in Sydney seven weeks ago into the first Test against South Africa, for a series the captain Steven Smith believes can be the making of numerous […]

tvnewsaustralia February 28, 2018

MUSICAL ​A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC ★★★½Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; book by Hugh Wheeler; presented by Watch This National Theatre Melbourne, until March 3 Musical theatre is resource intensive, so it’s an uncommon pleasure to see indie companies thrive in the field. Sondheim specialists Watch This have flourished since 2013, creating touring productions of […]

tvnewsaustralia February 28, 2018

SYDNEY’S most notorious ferry — Ferry McFerryface — has been involved in another yet mishap — crashing into a wharf at Balmain today. The unlucky vessel — which has been in the news for months following a long saga over its jokey name — is now being inspected at Balmain Shipyards for damages after the […]

tvnewsaustralia February 28, 2018

The idea that companies face a trade-off between improving the climate and their growth or profits is a “myth”, he added. “Everything our group of companies has done to try and improve energy (consumption) or to reduce greenhouse gas emissions has given us a return,” he said. “We have to dispel the idea that there […]

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