The Tragic Accident of Costa Concordia

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Categories: News, Weird & Wonderful
Posted on: 17th January 2012 by: admin

Costa Concordia partially capsized off the Italian west coast after hitting a rock on Friday, 13 January 2012. The luxurious cruise ship was carrying more than 4000 passengers and crew members at the time of the accident. At least six people have died and more than a dozen are missing. It is being compared to the disastrous accident of ‘Titanic’ on 15 April 1912, killing 1,517 people, on her maiden voyage.

 

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Harbour Bridge Closed This Sunday 18 Sept. – Sydney Running Festival

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Categories: General, News
Posted on: 13th September 2011 by: Editor

The Sydney Running festival is on again so if you plan on visiting North Sydney, Sydney, Pyrmont or Centennial Park this Sunday 18th September be aware that your plans may be effected. The Sydney Harbour Bridge will be closed from 4am till 11am as will many roads in and around the areas mentioned. Good luck to all entrants.

Sydney Running Festival - Harbour Bridge

For more information check out the link

http://www.sydneyrunningfestival.com.au/

Hang in there… Friday’s coming

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Categories: News, Weird & Wonderful
Posted on: 18th August 2011 by: William Bulloch

Had a bad morning? Did your train run late? Forgot to iron your shirt? Spill your coffee? I think no matter how bad your day started this poor bloke from the New York sanitation department had a worse morning. Good to hear that he was rescued by the fire department. Pity about that hole in the wall though.

 

 

Yellow Express farewells Oprah

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Categories: News
Posted on: 27th May 2011 by: William Bulloch

As the Oprah television show draws to a conclusion we say a sad farewell to the juggernaut that captured Australia’s attention when her Ultimate Australian Adventure arrived in Sydney in December 2010.

 

 

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