Up to 40 people inside a busy Indian restaurant in Sydney's west were "extremely lucky" not to be injured when a gunman fired a single shot through the front window, police say. The gunman, dressed in a blue tracksuit, was seen running from the ... WA Today, 1 week ago
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Even Sydney Roosters forward Kane Evans admits he was lucky to somehow avoid suspension despite a bellringing — and now notorious — shoulder charge on Canterbury giant Sam Kasiano in their 21 round NRL match at Allianz Stadium. It prompted the ...NEWS.com.au, 1 week ago Roosters enforcer Evans remembers the tough old days Melbourne Age, 2 days ago Sydney Roosters' reluctant enforcer Kane Evans remembers the tough old days Sydney Morning Herald, 2 days ago Evans remembers the old days Canberra Times, 2 days ago
An elderly Sydney woman has had a lucky escape after she confronted a knife-wielding man who broke into her house. The man, believed to be in his 20s or early 30s, broke into the Penrith house, in the city's west, on Wednesday night. He ...Sky News Australia, 4 weeks ago
Tough call: Nick Malceski has had a disappointing 2015 since leaving the Swans. Photo: The less forgiving Sydney supporters will no doubt take schadenfreude at Nick Malceski's position. When he walks off the SCG on Saturday night, drawing the ...WA Today, 9 hours ago Nick Malceski returns to SCG for first time since leaving Sydney Swans Sydney Morning Herald, 14 hours ago Malceski returns to SCG for first time since leaving Swans Canberra Times, 14 hours ago Malceski returns to where it all began Sydney Morning Herald, 10 hours ago
The Sydney Opera House lights up on the opening night of Vivid. Photo: Cole Bennetts What started as a light installation has morphed into a thriving enterprise. Joe Snell, the co-director of lighting design firm LLIGHT, discovered the power of ...WA Today, 19 hours ago
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The 42nd annual Telluride Film Festival promises yet another eclectic mix of fall Oscar hopefuls looking for a leg up on the season and international festival favorites hoping to make waves on these shores. The four-day event kicks off Friday with ...Variety, 1 day ago Telluride Film Festival includes Oscar hopefuls LocalNews7.com, 1 day ago Telluride Film Festival includes... LocalNews7.com, 11 hours ago
James Thompson is one of the lucky ones. The 11-year-old suffers from Duchenne - a form of muscular dystrophy that will paralyse him and ultimately shorten his life but even though he requires full-time care, he has been able to see various parts ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 day ago Cycling for Duchenne oasis Canberra Times, 1 day ago
Spectrum and The Sydney Morning Herald Shop bring you, Cog, by Shaun Tan, illustrator of The Rabbits.
Cog by award winning artist Shaun Tan has been commissioned especially for the cover of Spectrum."The original pastel drawing revisits a scene from my 1998 book with John Marsden, The Rabbits, an allegory of colonial invasion set in a foreign ...Melbourne Age, 1 day ago
Hoping: George Burgess thinks brother Sam will likely return to rugby league. Photo: James Alcock South Sydney prop George Burgess is immensely proud of brother Sam's achievement in making the England squad for the coming Rugby World Cup but still ...WA Today, 2 days ago Burgess hopes to see brother back in the NRL after World Cup Melbourne Age, 3 days ago
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