1981 Album Sirocco ——————— We really enjoy Perth, and have a lot of friends there, so it was a conscious decision to play our final show there. Besides, everybody expected us to play the last show back in Melbourne, so stuff ’em. —James Reyne
People conjure up all sorts of images when it comes to Australia: the Sydney Harbor Bridge and Sydney Opera House, Melbourne’s exciting Australian Open tennis tournament, that strange beast that is Australian rules football. But, for me, when I think about Australia, I think about wine-great wine. That’s what this show is all about-fantastic wine.
HMAS Rankin, a Australian Collins class submarine, absolutely destroys the US navy in an exercise. I’ve heard a lot of complaints about these boats, clearly such comments are media’s hyperbole. We should have the man power to keep all six active at all times. What do you think?
The lyrics to ‘I am Australian’ were written in 1987 by Bruce Woodley of ‘The Seekers’ and Dobe Newton of ‘The Bushwackers’ and set to music composed by Bruce Woodley. The Seekers were a group of musicians from Melbourne, Australia who came together in 1962. The recording was made during a Melbourne performance during their
NatuiTV : โปงลางสะออน first Australian tour Sydney Melbourne www.natui.com.au
Today Tonight Weds 11th Feb 2010. An ‘Exclusive’ look at the preparations for the 2010 Australian tour opener in Melbourne.
Our journey behind Can’s Flip cam. In this video, we visited Sydney and Melbourne.
Indian death video emailed by Australian police: report MELBOURNE, Saturday 9 October 2010 (AFP) – Australian police circulated an Internet video of an Indian man being electrocuted on top of a train and joked that it “might be a way to fix the Indian student problem”, a report said Saturday. Read more on Sin Chew
CAS clears Australian swimmer Ryan Napoleon to participate in Delhi CWG Melbourne, Sept 15 : Australian swimmer Ryan Napoleon has been cleared to compete at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), after being suspended for using a wrongly labelled asthma inhaler. Read more on New Kerala
Spring Valley ad sees first use of Elvis Presley in an Australian commercial Elvis Presley’s Spring Fever is the soundtrack to an animated TVC by GPY&R Melbourne for Schweppes Australia’s Spring Valley which breaks this weekend. The ad is the first time a Presley song has been licenced for commercial use in Australia – features
Australian newspapers split on election Major dailies struggle to choose amid uninspiring campaign. 20 Aug 2010 8:38 PM Read more on Business Spectator
McCulloch in Australian police custody ACCUSED sex fiend James O’Brien McCulloch has landed back in Melbourne and is in police custody. Read more on News.com.au
Australian stocks set to open lower The Australian stock market has received negative leads from offshore markets, with Wall Street closing lower and oil prices dropping back below $US81 a barrel. Read more on The Age
Conversation with Karl Fender, National President, Australian Institute of Architects Karl Fender, the new National President, Australian Institute of Architects, is Melbourne based and part of the influential firm Fender Katsalidis, who are behind some of Australia’s best known buildings, such as the very tall Eureka Tower in Southbank Melbourne. More recently he has been
Australian hurt in running of the bulls AN Australian has been injured on the second day of the San Fermin bull festival in Pamplona, Spain. Read more on Daily Telegraph
Sydney: the stunning city on water Sydney has so much to offer from the breathtaking Blue Mountains to popular hang out Bondi Beach. Sydney city centre is cosmopolitan and has many attractions including the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. This is one of the most attractive cities in the world. Transport: how to get there
Henzell cleans up at the Australian Open It was deja vu at the Australian Open table tennis tournament as William Henzell defeated Justin Han in the men’s singles grand final for a second year. Read more on Sydney Morning Herald
Australian Hospitals Launch Trials To Detect Early Ovarian Cancer CANBERRA, June 15 (Bernama) — New international trials have been underway to enable earlier detection of ovarian cancer, Australia’s media reported on Tuesday. Read more on Bernama
Australian confidence continues slide Australian consumer confidence has fallen again, marking the biggest back-to-back monthly falls in more than two years, as stock market plunges and the heated mining tax debate rattled sentiment. Read more on Marlborough Express
Australian developer, associate killed execution style in Pak hotel room Melbourne, May 6 : The deaths of a Pakistani-Australian developer and his Hong Kong associate are being treated as execution-style murders after their bodies were found in a Pakistan hotel room. Read more on New Kerala