John Butler, Dan Sultan & Missy Higgins – From Little Things Big Things Grow

John Butler, Dan Sultan & Missy Higgins performing Paul Kelly’s (and Kev Carmody) song ‘From Little Things Big Things Grow’ at Triple J’s Tribute To Paul Kelly live from The Forum, Melbourne (Nov 2009)

Dog saves four newborn kittens from fire

Leo the plucky Jack Russel Cross guarding what’s left of the family home in Melbourne, Australia the day after his heroics. It was ablaze when firefighters dodged fallen power lines to reach him and four newborn kittens he had refused to leave. Firefighters carried him out in the nick of time, reviving him with oxygen […]

Two goals from John Aloisi and red card for Kevin Muscat highlight 2 2 draw

Melbourne Victory skipper Kevin Muscat was sent off as Melbourne Heart fought back from two goals down for a 2-2 draw in a compelling and passionate A-League derby at Etihad Stadium.

Singapore keeps Aust trio from Masters

Singapore keeps Aust trio from Masters Leading local players will be missing from this week’s Australian Masters in Melbourne. Read more on BigPond Sport

Sri Lanka snatch victory from the jaws of defeat

Sri Lanka snatch victory from the jaws of defeat Melbourne, Australia – Angelo Mathews and Lasith Malinga combined in a record 132-run ninth-wicket partnership to guide Sri Lanka to an extraordinary one-wicket win Wednesday that highlighted Australia’s falling status in international cricket. Read more on The Star

Coldplay – The Hardest Part / Postcards From Far Away – Live In Melbourne (HD)

DVD Download details: tehparadox.com Coldplay perform ‘The Hardest Part’ with ‘Postcards From Far Away’ at the end Live in Melbourne FILMED IN HIGH DEFINITION on Thursday 5th March, 2009 (05/03/09). Rod Laver Arena Melbourne, Australia It includes a nice bit of interaction with the crowd at the begining

Aboriginal leader’s face to gaze from high-rise

Aboriginal leader’s face to gaze from high-rise Construction firm Grocon has unveiled plans for a new Melbourne apartment block featuring a giant 32-storey portrait of Wurundjeri leader William Barak. Read more on Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Residents in narrow escape from blaze

Residents in narrow escape from blaze RESIDENTS of a property east of Melbourne had a narrow escape following a blaze estimated to have caused $500,000 damage. Read more on Perth Now

ACCC chair recused from AXA NAB talks

ACCC chair recused from AXA NAB talks The ACCC chairman says he will recuse himself from deliberations over NAB & #39;s & #36;13.3 billion proposed takeover of AXA Asia Pacific. Read more on Yahoo!7 Finance

Man dies from injuries at chicken plant

Man dies from injuries at chicken plant A 34-YEAR-OLD man has died from head injuries suffered while cleaning a machine at a poultry processing plant in Melbourne’s west. Read more on The Courier Mail

Williams boosts stable stocks to repel invading hordes from the north

Williams boosts stable stocks to repel invading hordes from the north MILLIONAIRE owner Lloyd Williams has spent much of the past year stocking his Melbourne Cup arsenal and with 20 nominations for the $6 million race, he stands the greatest chance of being able to repel the ”best” international invasion ever. Read more on Brisbane […]

Pavel Haas Quartet and the composer they took their name from.

Pavel Haas Quartet and the composer they took their name from. The Pavel Haas Quartet, named after the Czech composer who remained creative in the Nazi camp Terezin before being murdered in Auchwitz, are touring Australia for Musica Viva Australia Read more on Australian Broadcasting Corporation

‘Flying Pasties’ can preserve your modesty from airport scanners

‘Flying Pasties’ can preserve your modesty from airport scanners Melbourne, July 20 : A Las Vegas company has launched a product called ‘Flying Pasties’, which it claims can help preserve a passenger’s modesty from full-body airport scanners. Read more on New Kerala

Ranger and Messam axed from All Blacks

Ranger and Messam axed from All Blacks Waikato flanker Liam Messam and Northland utility back Rene Ranger are the unlucky All Blacks to miss the cut for the next Tri-Nations test against the Wallabies in Melbourne on Saturday week. Read more on Stuff

Lesson for all from Yarra River banks

Lesson for all from Yarra River banks WHAT these students are learning about is rubbish. Read more on Leader Community Newspapers

Banksy artwork stolen from meter box

Banksy artwork stolen from meter box Thieves have stolen a meter box door carrying graffiti artwork by the elusive English street artist Banksy. Read more on Sydney Morning Herald

WSU signs hoops player from Australia

WSU signs hoops player from Australia PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Washington State has signed a basketball player from Australia. Dexter Kernich (Ker-nik)-Drew of Melbourne will join the men’s basketball team for the upcoming season. Read more on NorthWest Cable News

The long road back from Melbourne agony takes Andy Murray to French clay

The long road back from Melbourne agony takes Andy Murray to French clay SLOWLY BUT surely, bit by bit, Andy Murray is coming back to life. Read more on The Scotsman: Sport

How to stop Melbourne from overtaking Sydney

How to stop Melbourne from overtaking Sydney DEVELOPERS have come up with their own wish list of planning reforms to kickstart a recovery in the housing industry. Read more on Brisbane Times

Footy saved from World Cup

Footy saved from World Cup THE AFL and the “biggest show on earth” will co-exist if Australia hosts the soccer World Cup in 2018 or 2022.     Read more on Herald Sun