Category: What’s on Sydney

From the Archives, 1954: New Talking Clock For G.P.O. Service 0

From the Archives, 1954: New Talking Clock For G.P.O. Service

On this day in 1954, the team of twenty operators that ran the talking clock service was replaced by “George”, an automated system.

Australian hostage could be freed after three years following Taliban prisoner release 0

Australian hostage could be freed after three years following Taliban prisoner release

Three prominent Taliban figures have been released from prison by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in a bid to persuade the insurgents to release Australian professor Timothy Weekes and his American colleague.

Australian hostage could be freed after three years following Taliban prisoner release 0

Australian hostage could be freed after three years following Taliban prisoner release

Three prominent Taliban figures have been released from prison by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in a bid to persuade the insurgents to release Australian professor Timothy Weekes and his American colleague.

Boy thrown from Tate Modern better: family 0

Boy thrown from Tate Modern better: family

A young boy who was violently thrown from the viewing platform of London’s Tate Modern gallery is regaining his health and control over his body, his family say in a statement on Sunday.

Jim Molan to return to Senate after Morrison, Howard backing 0

Jim Molan to return to Senate after Morrison, Howard backing

The Liberal state council in Sydney endorsed Mr Molan over his closest rival, insurance industry lobbyist Richard Shields.

Coroner makes sense but the Premier isn’t listening 0

Coroner makes sense but the Premier isn’t listening

After weighing up the evidence and listening to the experts, the Deputy Coroner has recommended ‘fresh eyes’ look at limiting music festival drug deaths.

‘Pulling the country backward’: WA government fails to imagine a future state 0

‘Pulling the country backward’: WA government fails to imagine a future state

This is a once-only opportunity for the government to advance a vision that could see WA become the state that turned itself around.